This line is from inside this article link below: As of Thursday, seven states in total – Delaware, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York and Washington -- have issued orders for gun dealers to close up shop for the foreseeable future.
As governors across the country lock down their states and permit only businesses that are deemed essential for people’s health and well-being to remain open during the coronavirus pandemic, many are asking what constitutes an “essential business.”
I don't like conspiracy theorists, but this whole lock(you)down were in right now is truthfully scary how much control the government has right now.
I think the best thing we can do is not add any drama. This doesn’t have to do with guns.
In my opinion what we are doing as communities to protect one another and those who serve the communities is the right thing. Adding drama and creating anxiety by saying things like the above mentioned posts, is the wrong approach.
Sorry... I don’t usually post controversial topics on here but we just can’t do this to one another right now.
The last paragraph explains exactly where his order actually is in effect, only in areas he controls. Incorporated cities that have their own police force are not covered by this. A friend of mine in California whose son manages a large hunting, fishing and gun shop told me they had no inventory anyway as they were sold out of guns & ammo the first week of the virus hitting California.
There we go... let’s sue a government agency that doesn’t have enough money to hire people, to protect the people that are suing them.
all while they are trying to protect others.
that’s what we want. Right on
In the midst of state and local authorities in some areas moving to close gun shops during the coronavirus emergency, the Trump administration stepped in Saturday to make clear such outlets are “essential.”