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Something Big Happened To Gun Companies Right Before Obama’s Gun Control Announcement

Editor:  Wonder how many “Gun Control” pushers own stock in the firearms manufacturing industry?

Positive stock market news in the firearms manufacturing industry Tuesday morning furthered the persistent narrative that Barack Obama’s anti-gun policies have been the driving force behind record gun sales across the U.S. A notable uptick in the trading price of shares in companies like Smith & Wesson and Sturm Ruger preceded by hours a divisive speech by Obama during which he announced his unilateral plan to pare back the Second Amendment.

This morning, gun stocks were way up. Smith & Wesson up almost 11%. Sturm Ruger up 6%. @RebeccaJarvis #guncontrol @ABC

— T.J. Holmes (@tjholmes) January 5, 2016

You can watch Obama speaking on guns, live: Gun stocks have rallied today

— Steve Goldstein (@MKTWgoldstein) January 5, 2016

The early 2016 development also served as an exclamation point to a prior year that saw significant industry market gains.

Value of Gun Manufacturers’ Stocks Almost Doubled in 2015 – — Tea Party (@TeaPartyOrg) January 2, 2016

Even as a candidate, Obama lamented the fact that so many Americans “cling” to their guns. As president, he has repeatedly bemoaned Congress’ reticence to restrict a constitutional amendment granting citizens the right to carry arms.

Let Obama do his executive gun-grab and Amnesty and congress not stop him, you will see a conservative wave on primaries day.

— Trained pocket chnge (@rwmccrory) January 1, 2016

His latest move took the form of executive action, much like his response to immigration reform. In announcing the new fiat gun ownership restrictions, flanked by survivors of gun violence, Obama approached the issue with emotion — most notably, anger.

President Obama gets emotional while unveiling new gun control measures

— CNN (@CNN) January 5, 2016

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 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.
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