November 26, 2018
Be careful what you tweet,if you hope to someday lawfully own a firearm in New York state.
A Democratic state lawmaker from Brooklyn has submitted a bill calling for all gun-license applicants to let the government review their social media posts going back three years and their internet searches going back one year.
Investigators would then look [for] "any good cause for the denial of a license," such as racial slurs, threats of violence and terrorism-related posts.
But the bill's sponsor, state Sen. Kevin Parker, has a history of his own legal skirmishes.
Parker was convicted in 2010 of roughing up a New York Post photographer-- and allegedly did the same to a traffic agent in 2005, but avoided punishment by agreeing to undergo anger management training.
In addition, government records cited by the Post in 2017 indicated Parker owed more than $50,000 in property taxes and water bills.
As for his background-check bill, gun-license applicants would surrender their passwords for Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram accounts, and subject to scrutiny their search histories on Google, Yahoo, and Bing search engines.
Nope. I don't think so, folks. But I have a counter-offer. Let's require the same kind of scrutiny for people who wish to hire armed bodyguards -- make them justify them.
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