I think I was more than clear about the topic. And have been long before the orangeman ever came on the scene.
I'd like to go back and explore this some more, because there's an aspect that I don't think you've mentioned previously.
Naturally, most ordinary owners of bump stocka did not buy into the idea that they're mass murderers and turn over their property. Last I heard, zero had been boughtback without compensation so far.
What was boughtback without compensation was hundreds of thousands of dollars in inventory owned by businesses who relied on Obama and Feinstein and the ATF being repeatedly right about what the law said. And they were right.
I know you've said you approve of Trump grabbing the legislative power and banning bump stocka. Admittedly, the authoritarian form of government is more efficient. I think it has little else to offer.
But do you approve of the resulting uncompensated buyback of property from businesses who thought they were complying with the law?