NY Times targets Lake City for
making ammo used in mass murders

By Lee Williams. Nov 13, 2023

The actual shot-callers behind the Biden-Harris administration's war on guns and the Second Amendment have certainly been creative in the steps they are taking toward achieving their goal of total civilian disarmament.

These unelected bureaucrats have targeted "weapons of war" as they like to call them, which prompted several weak-kneed retailers to strip the country's most popular rifles from their shelves. Through their toadies at ATF, Team Biden has targeted homemade firearm kits, after-market triggers, pistol braces and more. They have lobbied banks and credit card firms to shut off access to credit and capital, and they have threatened shippers who move firearms, ammunition and accessories across state lines. Of course, no one has paid a higher price in the administration's war than law-abiding gun dealers, who face the loss of their livelihood for even the most minor of clerical errors.

Now, it appears that ammunition manufacturers have been targeted for termination next. Evidently, it's their turn, so the Biden-Harris administration turned to their friends in the legacy media to lead the charge, and there are no more loyal sycophants than the über-woke, anti-gun reporters at The New York Times.

An A-1 story published Sunday, titled "Army Ammunition Plant Is Tied to Mass Shootings Across the U.S.," chronicles the newspaper's "investigation" of the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant, which is located in Independence, Missouri. Built during World War II, Lake City is overseen by the Army's Joint Munitions Command and has been operated by Olin Winchester since 2020.

Everything you need to know about the newspaper's "investigation" is summed up in the story's secondary headline: [...] .....


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