Videos of ATF Visits Spark Concern Among Gun Rights Advocates

Videos of law enforcement agents knocking on doors to question residents about firearms or gun parts they may have purchased are causing alarm in the Second Amendment community online.
Aidan Johnston, director of Federal Affairs for Gun Owners of America (GOA), said such encounters have the ingredients for a Ruby Ridge/Waco-type tragedy.
“This is an armed confrontation with an armed citizen,” Johnston said.
In two videos reviewed by The Epoch Times on May 15, armed people clad in body armor identified as Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) agents and police officers ask residents about firearms or components they allegedly purchased. The officers are friendly and tell the residents they will be on their way as soon as they can inspect or confiscate the items….

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *