Ashton Kutcher Goes on Anti-Gun Rant, Accidentally Admits to Owning Illegal Gun
Once again, a homicidal human piece of bellybutton lint went on a murder spree at a club in California. You already know what this means: anti-gun Twitter rants. Unable to resist the temptation to act like a grandstanding jagweed, Ashton Kutcher got in on the action. "Something, something, guns are bad, m'kay."
Check it out:
This isn’t an either/or it’s a both!Support mental health initiatives & support Gun Reform Now!! My friend gave me… https://t.co/zM5DuUwea5— ashton kutcher (@ashton kutcher) 1541738821.0
Yeah, there's just one teeny little problem:
Generally, it is illegal for any person who is not a California licensed firearms dealer (private party) to sell or transfer a firearm to another non-licensed person (private party) unless the sale or transfer is completed through a licensed California firearms dealer . A “Private Party Transfer” (PPT) can be conducted at any licensed California firearms dealership . The buyer and seller must complete the required DROS document in person at the licensed firearms dealership and deliver the firearm to the dealer who will retain possession of the firearm during the mandatory 10-day waiting period .
Unless I'm missing something, it looks like Captain Gun Grabber here is illegally in possession of a firearm.
California already has some of the harshest anti-gat laws in the country. Something Kelso might be about to learn the hard way. African American rifles of color are a no-no. Owning a high-magazine mega clip is out of the question. Pretty much every "common sense" gun law the left wants is already in place in the Golden State. That includes not trading boomsticks in parking lots, Ashton.
This might be the best example ever of how leftist anti-gunners know zilch about gun laws. Ashton Kutcher fancies himself an authority on firearm legislation. Yet, he hasn't got the first clue about gun statutes in his own state. This is why we refuse to take lefties seriously on matters of boomstickery, no matter how "common sense" they claim their stances are.
Speaking of that: