The far left is eager to cancel 2A. We are not as free as we think. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO), an organization headquartered in Geneva, will be Keep track of all weapons purchases made on credit. ISO develops globally recognized standard documents. Arms sales were previously listed as “public goods,” but ISO is working to change the code.
If you purchased a handgun with a credit card, an international agency will document your purchase. Cash is still an option for now, but I expect it will become increasingly difficult to access firearms—at least for those who plan to purchase them legally.
Visa is eager to participate. “Following ISO’s decision to create a new merchant class code, Visa will continue with the next steps, while ensuring that all legal commerce on the Visa network is protected in accordance with our longstanding rules,” they said in a statement. American Express said it will work with a third-party processor (more people with access to your data) and will execute the code once the details are finalized. Mastercard said it will “direct our focus to how it is implemented by merchants and their banks as we continue to support legal purchases on our network while protecting the privacy and decisions of individual cardholders.”
Each credit company will comply. The National Rifle Association is resisting, but change is already underway. “The [industry’s] The decision to create a firearms symbol is nothing more than a capitulation to anti-gun politicians and activists bent on undermining the rights of law-abiding Americans one treatment at a time,” National Rifle Association spokesperson Lars Dalside told Fox Business.
As a reminder, criminals have access to weapons. Joe Biden has consistently called on Congress to ban assault weapons, but that’s the beginning. Not coincidentally, members of Joe Biden’s family illegally tossed a gun in a trash can outside of school, but this (D) is uncommon. The Second Amendment is under fire, and people should vote accordingly.