By Stephen MooreSeptember 26, 2018The National Review has become a favorite target of Republican Party trolls, but they can’t have one more than the National Rifle Association, which recently announced its plans to “enhance the privacy and security of Americans’ communications,” which is presumably the definition of “privacy” and “security.”
The NRA and the GOP have a long history of pushing misinformation about guns, and the NRA is now planning to spend millions on a campaign to promote a new version of “smart gun technology” that “automatically disables guns,” “unlocks doors, shuts down the internet, and blocks cell phones” with “a patented, industry-exclusive, patented smart-gun technology.”
In a press release announcing the NRA’s “Smart Gun Technology Initiative,” NRA spokesman Matthew Elliott said the NRA “fear[s] that smart guns will lead to the rapid spread of guns that are easily accessible, easily concealed, and easily controllable,” according to an article by the Wall Street Journal.
The NRA is also promising “a new generation of smart gun technology that can eliminate all but the most egregious forms of firearm violence.”
The NRA also promises to “increase public safety through technological advances that protect our children, our communities, and our environment,” and “ensure the safety of our guns and ammunition.”
But the NRA has nothing to worry about.
It’s not like the smart gun technologies are new, and they were never patented.
In fact, they’re already being deployed in the U.S. and around the world.
So what’s the difference between the NRA and a company like Google?
Google and the National Review are both gun companies.
Google is a leading provider of smart guns, which are “smart guns” that are “designed to automatically disarm, lock, or deactivate a firearm,” according a press statement from the company.
Google has also developed a “smart lock” that uses “unique algorithms” to lock a firearm and “unlock doors,” as well as “unlocking or unlocking” phones.
The smart gun companies are not competitors, but instead allies.
In other words, they are part of the same industry.
But unlike the gun companies, Google is not a target of the NRA.
As The Wall Street News explains, Google does not sell “smart” guns to the public, and Google has never advertised that it does.
In 2013, Google was sued by the NRA for violating the Second Amendment.
But the NRA was able to recover its $6.7 million in damages.
The same year, Google launched a new product called Google Glass that could help people “see, hear, and feel what’s happening around them.”
Google has since sold Glass to more than 150 countries.
The new smart gun company that is Google’s ally is also not a rival.
Google sells smart lock technology, which works in conjunction with its other products.
The smart lock also works in tandem with the smart phone app Google Home, which “allows users to control a variety of devices using their voice commands.”
Google’s other products include Google Maps and Google Drive, as well.
In a press report on the launch of Google Maps, a Google spokesperson said the “Google Maps app is available to all Android users, including Google Nexus devices.”
The new “smart-lock” Google is promising is already being used by some law enforcement agencies around the country.
In an interview with CBS News, “a law enforcement official with knowledge of the investigation into the mass shooting” told the network that his agency was using a “specially designed smart gun” to “unlocked or unlock” a car and “lock a door.”
The official did not name the agency.
A similar device, the “smart door lock,” was used by a Virginia police department in 2017.
A similar device was also used by the Los Angeles Police Department, according to the New York Daily News.
The use of these “smart locks” is in stark contrast to the NRA, which has spent decades trying to promote gun control in America.
In a letter to Congress in 2018, the NRA said, “The Second Amendment does not protect a gun owner from a criminal with a gun.
Rather, it protects an individual right to defend themselves and their property.”
The organization also said that gun owners “have a right to keep guns in their homes.
The NRA does not advocate for the confiscation of firearms, even though we recognize the dangers inherent in their possession.”
The National Rifle Hall of Fame, which describes itself as “America’s oldest civil rights organization dedicated to preserving the Second [Amendment] and protecting Second Amendment rights, is a founding member of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.
We support efforts to end gun violence and to stop gun violence at the source.”
In other words: We don’t want to disarm Americans.
We don “support efforts to disarm” them.
We have nothing against the NRA or Google.
The NRA and Google have nothing to do with the NRA nor with the