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NYC Mayor Vows Door-to-Door Checks on Gun Permit Holders

'Having a gun is not a way to keep a city safe... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) In line with leftists who have tried to subvert the Supreme Court’s Roe vs. Wade decision, New York City Mayor Eric Adams, a Democrat, announced several anti-gun measures in the city to thwart the SCOTUS ruling on they city’s draconian gun laws.

According to Big League Politics, Adams was announcing plans to make Times Square a gun-free zone in the wake of Supreme Court ruling that struck down the ban on concealed carry.

In his statement, he even went as far as to say that “having a gun is not a way to keep a city safe.”

This plan is contradictory to the 2nd Amendment, and also disregards the fact that criminals do not care about bringing guns into so-called “gun free zones.”

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Adams does not appear to agree with this and indicated he would set loose a posse to track down any violators, even if it means going door-to-door as part of the hunt.

“And I think those are the same skills that’s going to be used to look at not only social media, but also knocking our neighbors’ doors, speaking to people, finding out who this individual is that we are about to allow to carry a firearm in our city,” said Adams.

There are several other measures being taken against gun ownership in NYC’s attack on the 2nd Amendment.

Background checks now require applicants to perform sit-down, in-person interviews, provide at least four character references, a list of social media accounts from the last three years and names of adults living in their household.

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Permit renewals are required every three years, instead of every five years under the former law.

This is one of many measures being taken in the state of New York, with unelected Gov. Kathy Hochul banning concealed weapons on public transportation, bars, churches and more.

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