Missouri Gun Shop Refuses To Sell Weapons, Ammo To Biden Supporters, And They’re Very Upset

National File: Immediately following Joe Biden’s inauguration, Trigger Firearms & Reloading, in Jefferson City, Missouri, published a statement indicating the company will no longer sell munitions or firearms to his supporters.

“We don’t have guns or ammo for Biden supporters,” the gun store wrote on its Facebook page. “Sorry for the inconvenience.” more

15 Comments on Missouri Gun Shop Refuses To Sell Weapons, Ammo To Biden Supporters, And They’re Very Upset

  1. How would you tell a Biden supporter from anyone else unless they advertised it?

    A nice gesture, but meaningless in the real world.

  2. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Really? Have you ever seen a Biden supporter? Or BLM, Antifa, LGBTQWTF mugshots?

  3. Easy way to tell the Biden supporters: they’ll look confused after reading that sign.

    Trump supporters will be laughing their a**** off.

  4. Makes me proud to live in Missouri. I think Missouri restaurants should stop serving Biden supporters too. And since Bed Bath and Beyond decided to stop selling My Pillows, I won’t go there anymore.

  5. It remains unclear why Biden supporters are upset that a company is refusing to do business with them, especially after virtually all big tech companies and multiple banks have refused to do business with President Donald J. Trump, as well as many of his supporters.

  6. Regarding Ammo shortages prior to the fake Election..

    Does anyone have any FACTS regarding the consistent gossip
    about a few Uber rich types funneling $$$$ to Radical groups to buy it? Thus keeping the Ammo out of PRO-USA Citizen hands?

    It kind of would make sense give it would be a lesson learned from the Obama stunt of buying 10 years Training Ammo and storing in the open weather in Pueblo Co.

  7. Re: Ammo Shortage

    What happened to the billions of rounds purchased by the government during Obola’s administration? That should be coming on the government surplus auction market soon for about three cents on the dollar.

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