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Top 7 FJB Gear (Let’s Go Brandon!)

Joe Biden's Epic Disgraces... Turned Into Gear!

I mean seriously.

What did the liberals expect when they hired a “mail-order” President?

With Joe Biden’s approval numbers recently falling into the 20%, it’s time for us to publish the most epic anit-Biden gear. This gear is listed in no particular order – but I guarantee you’re going to love it.

Why?

Because… 

F*ck Joe Biden.

And Let’s Go Brandon!

Top 10 FJB Gear #1: Joe Dirt

In case you haven’t ever watched Joe Dirt, it’s a movie worth seeing. Featuring an idiotic trailer-trash loser, Joe Dirt has a lot in common with Joe Biden. 

While there’s a ton of FJB gear all over the internet, this one is exclusive to our site here at Carry Daily.

Available in t-shirts, long sleeves, tumblers, hoodies, and a bunch more.

Starts at just $17.76.

See what we did there?

Standard, Plain-Jane FJB Gear

Pull no punches.

Say it like it is. 

FJB Gear that’s simple, plain, and tells the point.

I get more compliments with this shirt than any other.

Jihadi Joe - a Real American Zero (FJB Gear)

Long before the entire “Let’s Go Brandon” situation was ever brought up…

Biden ruined America’s image – and dozens of American lives – with his screw up in Afghanistan.

As a tribute to his awful actions and terrible decisions, we launched our, “Jihadi Joe – A Real American Zero” t-shirt to celebrate his misery.

Starting at – you guessed it – $17.76 and available in a ton of other options and colors.

This is some of the best FJB Gear we ever launched.

Biden 1 Star Review (Very bad. Do not recommend.)

I think even liberals are giving Biden these reviews right now.

Did they honestly think this brain-dead dementia-ridden weakling would be able to run our country efficiently?

I can’t imagine they really did.

FJB Gear for the win!

Biden Sucks Gear

Such a classic.

So simple.

So elegant.

So easy to get your point across.

Not My President T-Shirt (FJB Gear)

I mean…

Let’s face it.

Joe Biden…

is not…

…our president.

They cheated.

They lied.

They always will.

Let's Go Brandon T-Shirt

Of course, no FJB gear would be complete without adding in the latest classic, “Let’s Go Brandon” gear.

If you haven’t seen the origins yet of the whole, “Let’s Go Brandon” phenomenon all across the country right now, you can see the full story here: Where did let’s go Brandon come from?

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I Was Banned by a Big-Tech Email Provider… and Nobody Knew They Were Censoring!

You Won't Believe Who is Censoring Emails

If you’re new here, my name is Andy Hallinan – or “Andy the Gun Guy” for the many many people who can never pronounce my last name.

I’m the leader of a 2nd Amendment movement across America of like-minded American Patriots who believe in values to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

I’ve armed and trained over 30,000 concealed carriers – and now I devote my life to helping experienced shooters become Certified Firearm Instructors and building their firearm training business.

Every Month, 20,000 Patriots Subscribed to My Movement!

Every month my social media activities generated over 20,000 2nd Amendment-loving patriots who subscribed to receive updates about:

  • legal battles affecting our rights
  • training content to advance their shooting skills
  • and firearm giveaways and content

I am even teamed up with the Gun Owners of America (the only NO-COMPROMISE gun lobby in Washington!) to grow their subscribers. 

You’re here because you’re in the fastest growing 2nd Amendment movement across America.

Then... Disaster Struck in October 2021

It was business as usual.

I logged into my email management system – called Infusionsoft (recently renamed “Keap.”)

I was about to send an email out to all of you.

…but…

…the button to send an email had been disabled.

I got on the phone to Infusionsoft (or Keap) right away.

It took Infusionsoft (Keap) over 3 days to figure out what had happened.

And it’s worse than you think.

Yahoo is Blocking 2nd Amendment Content from Your Inbox!

Infusionsoft/Keap (my email management company) informed me that Yahoo specifically reached out to them directly.

Yahoo sent Infusionsoft (Keap) my email subject line, “Who’s Brandon?” 

In this email, I explained exactly what the “Let’s Go Brandon” phenomenon came from. (You can see the blog post I emailed my subscribers about here.)

My email was sent out to all 130,000 2nd Amendment supporters subscribed to my content. 

Yahoo told Infusionsoft (Keap) that if they didn’t terminate my account, Yahoo would block all incoming emails from Infusionsoft (Keap)’s systems across all their accounts.

And guess what?

Infusionsoft (Keap) Instantly Bowed to the Big-Tech Bully... Complete Betrayal

I was a customer of Infusionsoft (Keap) for 7 years.

Let’s do the math…

I paid $499 per month…

…every month…

…for 7 years.

That’s over $40,000 bucks that I’ve handed them.

They never had a problem with my content before.

Heck, even some of their own staff are subscribed to my email updates!

But none of that mattered to Infusionsoft (Keap.) 

After my account manager (Sean Martin) promised that I was only on a 7 day “time out” (his words, not mine!) I waited for another 5 or 6 days for the final response.

If I wanted to continue to use Infusionsoft, I’d need to spend several thousands of dollars on a third-party company (I have no idea why!) for some service (which I have no idea what they do!)

The betrayal is real.

What Can Be Done Now?

We vote with our wallets.

If you are a customer of Infusionsoft (Keap), it’s time to get off of their platform. I’m now on Active Campaign – which is much more affordable anyway.

If you have a Yahoo Email address – get rid of it immediately. 

Enter to win my Taurus G3C giveaway here: https://www.andythegunguy.com/checkout-carry-daily

If you want to support our 2nd Amendment movement, grab some merch right here on this website – because our movement is financially at risk due to this betrayal by Infusionsoft (Keap) and Censorship from Yahoo.

Use coupon code YAHOOSUCKS for 20% off any gear for 24 hours.

Just had to throw that out there.

Thanks for reading.

Get armed. Get trained. Carry daily.

Long live the Republic!

-Andy
Andy the Gun Guy

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US Military Courts Rules Bump Stocks are NOT Machine Guns

US Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals has determined in a ruling that bump stocks are not machine guns in the case the United States v. Ali Alkazahg.

In an earlier judgment, Marine Corp Private Ali Akazahg was convicted for the possession of 2 “machine guns” in violation of articles 83, 107, and 134 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).

It was ruled that these “machine guns” owned by Akazahg did not meet the federal definition of the machine gun.

“Bump Stocks Are Not Machine Guns”

The three-judge panel agreed with the arguments made by the defense and unanimously ruled that bump stocks do not meet the definition of a machine gun.

The panel referred to a case that anti-gun activists pressured Congress to act on following the mass shooting in Las Vegas where 60 died. A bill was advanced by Congress, “Closing the Bump Stock Loophole” seeking to treat bump stocks as machine guns.

However, it rightfully failed to pass either chamber of Congress.

I Support Donald Trump, But This is His Fault

In its ruling, the judges pointed out that following the bill’s failure in Congress, there was considerable political pressure on former President Trump to act against bump stocks.

The panel also said that they don’t believe that President Trump had the authority to make de facto law banning bump stocks.

Here’s a quote from the ruling:

[T]he President directed the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives [ATF] to issue a new interpretation of a rule—that contradicted the ATF’s previous interpretation—governing legislation from the 1930s. This Executive-Branch change in statutory interpretation aimed to outlaw bump stocks prospectively, without a change in existing statutes

The judges have looked through the history of bump stocks and came to the conclusion that the ATF never considered bump stocks to be machine guns until Trump directed the bureau to reclassify bump stocks as machine guns.

The panel also inferred to the letter issued to William Akins in 2002 for his “Akins Accelerator” where the original version was used a spring.

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Ammo Shortage Hits Law Enforcement

The spike in new gun purchases has led to a shortage of ammunition leading to raging concerns among local police departments and civilians alike.

Several Washington D.C.-area police departments have stated that the supply of ammunition sold by manufacturers and distributors is lingering on scarcity that can lead to problems for agencies buying ammunition for officer training and certification.

The ammunition shortage also creates hurdles and headaches for private gun shops and owners, some of whom report skyrocketing prices.

“I talk to Police departments ranging from federal, state and local departments who tells about their daily struggle in finding ammunition to even qualify officers,” told departments — daily. They are struggling to find ammunition to even qualify the officers,” said Curt Sebastian, co-owner of SSG Tactical gun shop in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

The shortage, he adds has led to a quadruple in the price of some ammunition and drained his supply.  “There will come a point if things keep going the way they are, I don’t and won’t have enough inventory to be open six days a week,” he said.

Sebastian said that a box of ammo traditionally selling for $9 to $14 now costs about $50.

The FBI records assessed by News4 I-Team reveals a surge in new gun purchase background checks coupled with the number of people applying for firearms background jump has leaped by almost 1 million on a monthly average, starting from the pandemic start. This wave of new buyers led to a drain in the ammunition supply, according to Sebastian

He said that 85 percent of his customers have been first-time gun owners together with clients stocking up during the past year as the result of civil unrest, election and the transition of power in DC and you have the perfect storm for a shortage, according to Sebastian.

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Pastor Artur Pawlowski Arrested After Holding “Illegal” Church Service

Following the holding of an “illegal” church service on Saturday, police surrounded and arrested the Pastor of the Cave of Adullam Church in Calgary, Alberta, Canada named Artur Pawlowski.

He was described as the brave pastor who shouted down cops who interrupted his church service during Holy Week.

He yelled to cops: “Out of this property you Nazis! Gestapo is not allowed here! Out, Nazi! Out! Nazis are not welcome here! Do not come back here you Nazi psychopaths!” Pawlowski kicked out the Gestapo this weekend. Adam Soos of @RebelNewsOnline tweeted: “Artur Pawlowski’s supporters have ejected Calgary Police from the church. We expect they will return in force.”

Pawlowski’s fellow pastor Henry Hildebrandt posted the picture of the suspect being arrested by the Canadian Gestapo.

He told: “Earlier this afternoon, my fellow pastor Artur Pawlowski was arrested in Calgary for the crime of holding a church service, as he does every Saturday morning. Are you awake yet? The Gestapo in Canada has been gunning for Pastor Pawlowski ever since and they arrested him this weekend.”

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DOJ Reveals Proposed New Rules Targeting Ghost Guns

In a new proposed rule late on Friday, the Biden administration is seeking to impose new restrictions on home-built firearms and aiming to redefine the “receiver”.

The latter strives to deliver the first new rules in what is expected to be a barrage of anti-gun regulations aimed at restricting the firearms industry and law-abiding gun owners.

A press release by the Department of Justice, Attorney General Merrick Garland spins the new proposal as an attempt to “update the definitions of ‘firearm’ and related parts for the first time since 1968.”

Attorney General Garland neglected to mention that the definitions that will be changed were part of the Gun Control Act of 1968; legislation passed by Congress – not imposed by executive action.

The new rules would require that manufacturers include a serial number on the firearm “frame or receiver” in easy-to-build firearm kits.

Moreover, it aims to cut the number of “ghost guns on streets” while setting out requirements for federally licensed firearms dealers to have a serial number added to 3D printed guns or other un-serialized firearms they take into inventory.

Even unfinished frames and receivers need to be serialized if they are sold as part of a kit,, though the Department of Justice (DOJ) has kept silent on whether or not the unfinished gun parts must be serialized if they are sold by themselves.

“These courts’ interpretation of ATF’s regulations, if broadly followed, could mean that as many as 90 percent of all firearms now in the United States would not have an identifiable frame or receiver,” the document said. “Those firearms would include numerous widely available models, such as Glock-type and Sig Sauer P32013 pistols, that do not utilize a hammer – a named component – in the firing sequence.”

The ATF spoke on the necessity to revise the definition of a receiver in ensuring it won’t “be misinterpreted by the courts, the firearms industry, or the public at large to mean that most firearms in circulation have no part identifiable as a frame or receiver.”

The proposed receiver definition calls on the need for one fire control component – such as a trigger mechanism, cylinder, or firing pin – instead of requiring multiple parts as the current definition does.

The ATF announced plans to keep in place the determinations on which specific parts would qualify as receivers for guns currently on the market and create a voluntary process for gun makers to submit new designs for determinations.

On the other hand, courts are not lending a misinterpretation to the ATF’s regulations and remain correct in the definition of what constitutes a firearm. Now, the DOJ wants to declare the words “frame” and “receiver” now mean something entirely different than what they’ve meant since 1968.

One reason as to why the ATF and DOJ didn’t make an effort to update the definitions before now is considered as a real stretch in coming up with something which isn’t a receiver and suddenly reversing 50 years of existing regulations.

Lawrence G. Keane, senior vice president and general counsel of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, says that the firearms industry trade group will “carefully look at the proposed rule and will gather input from our members. The details will matter. We are fully aware of the impact that this proposed rule could have on the firearm industry and gun owners in general. We are interested to know if the proposed rule is consistent with what we saw in the leaked draft documents or if it has changed and what those changes might be. NSSF will file comments concerning the rule.”

The proposed rule is expected to wait for the 90-day public comment phase and once it is published at the Public Register website, comments would be made.

In the past, there has been overwhelming opposition that helped stop a bad draft from turning into a bad reputation. However, it is expected that Biden is prepared to move ahead, irrespective of the public feedback.

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Supreme Court Takes Up Major NRA-Backed Gun Rights Case

It’s about time!

For the first time in 10 years, the Supreme Court has decided to take up a major lawsuit that challenges a New York law restricting individuals from carrying concealed handguns in public.

The National Rifle Association (NRA) is backing the lawsuit.

It’s been more than 10 years since the Supreme Court weighed in on a significant case involving the Second Amendment.

This case comes in the wake of Biden’s recent push for more gun-control initiatives, including bans on so-called ghost guns, proposing models for “red flag” laws, and expanding and lengthening background checks.

“The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted limited to the following question: Whether the State’s denial of petitioners’ applications for concealed-carry licenses for self-defense violated the Second Amendment,” reads a brief order (pdf) from the high court on April 26.

Over the years, the NRA and other gun rights groups have criticized the Supreme Court for not taking up any major lawsuits relating to the Second Amendment. In 2008, the court stated for the first time that the Second Amendment protects Americans’ rights to keep and bear arms for self-defense at home.

The Sad Reality of the Supreme Court’s 2nd Amendment Views

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, considered possibly the most conservative justice, wrote several years ago that courts have engaged in a “general failure to afford the 2nd Amendment the respect due an enumerated constitutional right.”

“If a lower court treated another right so cavalierly, I have little doubt that this court would intervene. … The 2nd Amendment is a disfavored right in this court,” he wrote.

Justice Brett Kavanaugh, after the court dismissed a gun case last term, wrote in early 2020 he hopes the court will take up a Second Amendment-related challenge in the near future. “The Court should address that issue soon, perhaps in one of the several Second Amendment cases with petitions for certiorari now pending before the Court.”

On April 26, the NRA praised the court for taking up the legal challenge, describing it as a case that challenges “New York’s restrictive concealed-carry-licensing regime,” noting that it sets up the stage “for the Supreme Court to affirm what most states already hold as true, that there is an individual right to self-defense outside of the home.”

Here’s What the Case is About

The case, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Keith Corlett,  challenges New York state’s requirement for applicants for pistol permits show “proper cause” to carry a gun, which they argue violates the Second Amendment to keep and bear arms.

“The NRA believes that law-abiding citizens should not be required to prove they are in peril to receive the government’s permission to exercise this constitutionally protected right,” the group wrote, noting that if the Supreme Court rules favorably, it will “affect the laws in many states that currently restrict carrying a firearm outside the home.”

Robert Nash and Brandon Koch, the two men who brought the lawsuit, both applied for licenses to carry handguns in New York state for self-defense but were denied. A district court later said that neither had proper cause to carry a handgun because they didn’t face “any special or unique danger to [their] life.”

New York Attorney General Letitia James, a Democrat, wrote in a legal brief calling on the Supreme Court not to grant the case, saying the state law is consistent with prior rulings.

James said New York’s law was “supported by a centuries-old tradition of state and local measures regulating the carrying of firearms in public” and that it has existed in the same essential form since 1913. “New York’s law directly advances the State’s compelling interests in protecting the public from gun violence.”

The court is expected to take up the case during the next term.

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Here’s what Biden will REALLY ban

As you know, Joe Biden announced the Executive Powers and Actions designed to: 

  • Require “Ghost Guns” to be serialized and go through a background check
  • Adding Arm Braces to the National Firearms Act (NFA) and determine their use to create an SBR and require a background check and tax stamp
  • Creating an expanded Federal Red Flag System where your friends and family can report you and get your guns taken away without due process
  • Reducing black and brown gun crimes; Reducing gun violence in urban communities through tools other than incarceration,” through MEDICAID.

The question remains: “what are the implications for an average citizen?”

People like you and I.

Based on an earlier precedent set by former President Donald Trump’s, “Bump Stock Ban” conducted in the same via executive order for the DOJ to act and set against the context of a citizen owning a firearm self-manufactured or bought and build one before the DOJ acts in less than 30 days, one will be called to declare the firm arm, fill in the 4473 form and secure a background check after putting a serial number on it.

It will be interesting to see the implications in terms of items sales to be restricted or in the event of the same to be banned or if the definition of a firearm to be altered encompassing partially manufactured receivers.

Anyone acquiring an arm brace on a pistol shooting a rifle caliber will be most likely be eligible for NFA amnesty as the ATF and DOJ made a few months earlier in their Proposed Rule Making which stipulates that the decision impacts on whether an arm brace on a weapon should be classified as a pistol or NFA weapon. It implies that the owner of the machine has a minimum of 60 days to legally acquire and run the risk to pay a $200 tax stamp in converting it to an SBR or be granted amnesty and get a FREE SBR for EVERY ARMBRACE YOU OWN.

 The slippery slope remains the Federal Red Flag laws reportedly mentioning to give “Friends and Family” the right and ability to report someone as a threat and risk of taking away all guns, removing the need for no due process. It is pointed that both in theory and at face value that it makes sense to most Karens. 

In the case someone threatens a mass shooting or suicide, their guns should be confiscated until they get help or arrested. However, this program puts friends, family, law enforcement as the judge and jury while the threat definition seems to be so vague that someone on Facebook can file a complaint on a user making a tongue in cheek joke while running the risk of police knocking on the door, weapons seized as it has already occurred in the several Red Flag States or alluding the person can be allegedly killed in their own home.

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Medical Examiner: Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Died From Natural Causes

This is ANOTHER example of how the media has systematically attempted to portray Trump supporters as evil murders.

But it blew up in their face!

From the Epoch Times:

U.S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick died of natural causes stemming from a stroke a day after the Jan. 6 Capitol breach, the D.C. Medical Examiner’s office confirmed on Monday, ending speculation he was beaten to death by pro-Trump rioters.

Francisco J. Diaz, the chief medical examiner for Washington, D.C., told The Washington Post that Sicknick died Jan. 7 after suffering from two strokes. He did not suffer from an allergic reaction after being sprayed with chemical irritants as he engaged with rioters, Diaz said.

Two men are accused of assaulting Sicknick by spraying a chemical irritant—possibly bear mace—during the Capitol breach. But Diaz told the Post that there is no evidence suggesting that Sicknick suffered an allergic reaction to the irritants, saying that such a reaction would have caused the officer’s throat to close.

The examiner said he found no evidence of internal or external injuries but he added that “all that transpired played a role in his condition.” Diaz did not elaborate.

For the full article from the Epoch Times, click here.

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Officers Shoot Suspect Armed With Ghost Gun

This is the first time I’ve found any evidence of any criminal activity involving a ghost gun.

On March 29, 2021, around 3:49​ a.m., LAPD Rampart Patrol Division officers saw a suspect, later identified as 38-year-old Matthew Blaylock, walking in an alleyway. As the officers approached Blaylock, one of the officers became aware that he was armed with a handgun. The officers gave the suspect commands, but the suspect refused to comply and fled on foot. The officers gave chase and caught up with the suspect near the intersection of 8th Street and Bixel Street, near the 110 Freeway on-ramp. Despite commands to stop, the suspect armed himself with a pistol, resulting in an Officer-Involved Shooting.

Blaylock was struck by gunfire. The Los Angeles Fire Department responded and transported Blaylock to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced deceased. A pistol was recovered at the scene and booked as evidence. No other officers or bystanders were injured during this incident.