Walgreens, CVS and Kroger Join Walmart, and Ban Open Carry of Firearms in All Retailers


Gun Control

In the newest attack on law-abiding gun owners, four a lot more retailers announced they would be implementing Walmart’s policy of banning the open carry of firearms in their retailers, even in states exactly where “open carry” is permitted.

Walgreens , CVS, and Wegmans announced the new policy
Thursday afternoon, following announcements from Kroger on Wednesday and
Walmart on Tuesday.

“We are joining other retailers in asking our buyers to no longer openly carry firearms into our retailers other than authorized law enforcement officials,” Walgreens mentioned in an emailed statement.

“We assistance the efforts of folks and groups operating to protect against gun violence, and continually critique our policies and procedures to guarantee our retailers stay a protected atmosphere,” CVS mentioned in a statement.

“Kroger is respectfully asking that buyers no longer openly carry firearms into our retailers, other than authorized law enforcement officers,” Jessica Adelman, group vice president of corporate affairs, mentioned in an emailed statement. “We are also joining these encouraging our elected leaders to pass laws that will strengthen background checks and get rid of weapons from these who have been identified to pose a danger for violence.”

This is how they program to kill the twond amendment

This is no accident that five main retailers all decided
inside days of every other to ban firearms in their retailers.

I think this is a coordinated work by the left to kill
the second amendment by banning firearms in retailers all through the nation, and
stopping the sale of ammunition. Assume about it They do not have to get rid of
the second amendment. If they can get retailers to cease promoting ammo, and cease
permitting buyers to carry inside their retailers they have primarily worked
out a way to shred the second amendment with no ever passing one more law.

Walmart primarily gave all of these smaller sized retailers
cover when CEO Doug McMillon asked other retailers to comply with their lead. In
McMillon’s memo to Walmart Workers, he encouraged other retailers to act “to
make the all round sector safer.”

“We are exploring methods to share the technical specifications and compliance controls for our proprietary firearms sales technologies platform,” the CEO mentioned. “This technique navigates the tens of millions of doable combinations of federal, state and nearby laws, regulations and licensing needs that come into impact primarily based on exactly where the firearm is becoming sold and who is buying it. We hope that giving this facts, free of charge of charge, will enable a lot more retailers sell firearms in a accountable, compliant manner.”


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