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Imperial Leader Joe Biden has ordered his cronies in Congress to start the gun grab under the lame old excuse of reducing violence. The first thing lawmakers can do, His Wisdom insists, is bring back the federal assault weapons ban.

On Wednesday, the Colorado Sun called the store to ask if it had ever sold Al Aliwi Alissa, 21, lived not far from the Eagles Nest Armory, a weapon and a person who answered the phone said they weren’t commenting “at this time.”

Police have not given any words yet as to why Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa shot up the King Soopers in Boulder but his name speaks volumes and “he was pushed into the court in a wheelchair. He was wearing a white mask over his beard and looked around the courtroom” throughout his initial appearance hearing. The press is painting him as the Osama bin Laden of Colorado.

Banning the weapon he used probably would not have stopped him. Still, the Imperial Palace wants to disarm lawful Americans so they won’t be able shoot back. Not at terrorists in the grocery store, and especially not against the nice people coming to take them away to FEMA camp for being a Trump Supporter.

On Friday morning Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold said a semi-automatic Ruger AR-556 was used in the Boulder shooting and that it was purchased legally in Arvada. It is not clear whether the weapon the suspect purchased at the Eagles Nest Armory is the one used in the attack. Boulder County District Attorney Michael Dougherty, when directly asked Friday if the AR-556 used the attack was purchased at Eagles Nest, declined to say.

“We have and will continue to fully cooperate with law enforcement as their investigation continues,” Eagleton said in his written statement.

Herold said the suspect, when he was captured, also had a 9mm, semiautomatic handgun. Authorities don’t believe that gun was used in the attack.

Dougherty was also asked if the suspect used a high-capacity magazine during the attack. Colorado banned magazines that carry more than 15 bullets in 2013. Dougherty didn’t answer the question, saying authorities are still looking into the weapons the suspect used in the attack as well as other guns associated with him.

Colorado requires a background check for every gun purchase and transfer. The shooting suspect pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault several years ago after attacking a classmate at Arvada West High School in 2017. That assault, however, would not have precluded him from passing a background check.

“We are absolutely shocked by what happened and our hearts are broken for the victims and families that are left behind,” John Mark Eagleton, the owner of Eagles Nest Armory in Arvada, said in a statement.
The store “will continue to fully cooperate” with investigators, Eagleton said.

“Ensuring every sale that occurs at our shop is lawful, has always been and will always remain the highest priority for our business,” the statement said.

“Regarding the firearm in question, a background check of the purchaser was conducted as required by Colorado law and approval for the sale was provided by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.”
Nothing in the federal system would have prevented Alissa from passing a background check and buying a firearm, a law enforcement source had previously told CNN.

The suspect pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of third-degree assault in 2018 after attacking a high school classmate one year earlier, according to court documents and a police report. He was sentenced to one year probation, 48 hours of community service and anger response treatment, court documents said.

Sources: CNN, Colorado Sun, Deep State Rabbithole.com

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