August 9, 2018 5:50 pmComments Off on NY vs NRAViews: 12

Hands up!  Cuomo’s NY law got you covered.

If you use a gun to protect yourself in NY State you will be subject to great harm and dragged through the court system, facing bankruptcy and even jail time and all dished out in the courts by our leaders to teach you a lesson. It would be wiser for you to take a bullet, be stabbed, bludgeoned and bloodied  and murdered than use a gun to protect yourself or some one else in this State.

To that end, and to counter these attacks, the NRA made a deal with the insurance company monopoly to insure against these inevitable costs. The heavy hand of the Democrats ruling this State were not happy, it running counter to their politics, decided to  stop it to regain control of their agenda. Fishing for an excuse they sued the insurance companies for not properly administering the contract according to the rules for notification and set upon a simple clerical misstep.

In collusion, and to protect their insurance monopoly status in NY State,  Chubb and Lockton and their underwriter Lloyds of London agreed to pay the Democrat State millions in fines and agree to discontinue the NRA’s insurance and under threat and intimidation, and loss of their franchise, never do it again.

With this victory now complete, the state elders launched into a diatribe of denunciations of the NRA. Styled as regulatory “risk management” advisories, they issued letters encouraging institutions to “take prompt actions” to manage “reputational risk” posed by dealings with “gun promotion organizations.”

The risk is real alright,  but it’s not in dealing with the NRA, it’s in dealing and doing business in NY State and it ought to be a lesson to everyone. If you agree, however to go along to get along a monopoly will be your reward and the market yours and yours alone alongside your Democrat buddies under management.

Then the Big Cheese entered the fray and thusly:

Cuomo issued a press release in which Vullo (Financial Services Superintendent) directly urged “all insurance companies and banks doing business in New York” to “discontinue their arrangements with the NRA.”

“DFS will not tolerate conduct by any entity, licensed or otherwise, in contravention of New York Insurance Law, especially when that conduct is such an egregious violation of public policy designed to protect all citizens,” said Superintendent Vullo.  “Today’s action is part of the Department’s continuing investigation into this matter to uphold and preserve the integrity of New York law.”

Therefore, infringement of your constitutional right to protect yourself and carry a weapon in your defense is “an egregious violation of public policy designed to protect all citizens,” whereas violation of your constitutional right is not an egregious violation of your civil liberties?

The “Carry Guard” program improperly provided coverage in any criminal proceeding against the policyholder or the policyholder’s family members, including coverage for bail money, premiums on bonds, attorney consultation fee and retainer expenses, expenses incurred for the investigation or defense of criminal charges, and costs taxed against the insured or the insured’s resident family member in a criminal proceeding arising out of a shooting.

The “Carry Guard” program “improperly provided coverage” due to a clerical error not a vast right-wing conspiracy.

In addition to attacking the NRA and the second amendment this week Cuomo is also saying how he will not cooperate with ICE because they are a political law enforcement agency engaging in criminal activity.

So stay tuned. The Big Cheese and the Big Apple despite having worms will be issuing more dictums for your pleasure. They have  assaulted the first amendment, the second amendment and the fourth amendment thus far and as of late. With victories in pocket they are on a roll and nothing is sacred.

Stay tuned. You ain’t seen nothin’ yet as these aggressive lefties are way ahead of all of us!


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