What a crock of excrement. "Greensboro police asks residents to sign pledge, turn in guns."
"The first 1,000 people to sign the pledge will receive a small gift, according to police."
Greensboro police are asking at least 1,000 Greensboro residents to show their commitment to safety by signing a “Pledge of Nonviolence” from 9 am to 3 pm Saturday, November 14 at Destiny Christian Center, 2401 Randleman Rd.
At the same event, gun owners may safely turn in unwanted firearms. Police employees will accept handguns, rifles, shotguns, and ammunition at the event. This is not a buy-back program. No cash will be given in exchange for weapons voluntarily surrendered to police.
Uh, huh. I guess this pastor hasn't read Luke 22:36.
"Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one."
FOIA that list and post it.
Let's see who the Idiots are
No doubt these clowns will have some citizens that are just dumb enough to do it too.
I wonder if they'll publicize the results of their fiasco ??
Only if the list of idiots is sufficiently large. If few or none of the good citizens of Greensboro fall for this simpletons con, then this is the last you'll ever hear of it.
Post some signs a mile before the gun return place saying "Top Dollar for Used Guns" with some way to contact. I'll bet dollars to donuts your phone will ring...
Greensboro police are asking at least 1,000 Greensboro residents to show their commitment to become Democided by signing a “Pledge of Democide” from 9 am to 3 pm Saturday, November 14 at Destiny Christian Center, 2401 Randleman Rd.
If they were giving zero in exchange for firearms, they should have been very easy to outbid.
Jack Van Impe is correct when he says there are a LOT of "super deceivers" out there. And the so-called 'pastors' leading the Destiny Christian Center certainly qualify.
Be extraordinarily what charities and churches you support; most are disarmists who deserve nothing but disprespect.
Of if it were only, the Greensboro police are asking at least 1,000 Greensboro residents to show their commitment to safety by delivering a known criminal to the justice system from 9 am to 3 pm Saturday, November 14 at Destiny Christian Center, 2401 Randleman Rd.
The first 1000 participants will receive a small bounty.
I think I'd rather sign one of those chastity pledges the high schools pass around occasionally.
So...any bets on the police signing a similar pledge of non-violence?
Or honoring it if they did?
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