Donald Trump has referred to the coronavirus as “the Chinese virus”, escalating a deepening US-China diplomatic spat over the outbreak.
After giving an address on Monday warning of a possible recession, the US president posted on Twitter: “The United States will be powerfully supporting those industries, like Airlines and others, that are particularly affected by the Chinese Virus. We will be stronger than ever before!”
Chinese officials reacted angry on the latest remarks made by President Trump and our mainstream media and liberals joined forces with them.
But it seems that America is changing a lot after the “Chinese Virus”.
Panic gun buying is taking place in strict gun control states, lines are building outside Gun stores.
The latest video we have comes from California:
California: #ChineseVirus Panic gun buying is taking place in strict gun control states
Lines are building outside Gun stores,..
These leftists in California are going to be shocked when they realize they have to wait 10 business days before they can take their gun home. pic.twitter.com/XNGDqgBOWS
— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) March 17, 2020
Sales of guns and ammunition are soaring across the US as fears of possible social unrest amid the coronavirus crisis are prompting some Americans to turn to firearms as a form of self-protection.
On the west coast, long lines of customers were queueing up outside gun stores to stock up on deadly materials. At the Martin B Retting gun shop in Culver City, California, the queues stretched round the block throughout the weekend.
One customer told the LA Times: “Politicians and anti-gun people have been telling us for the longest time that we don’t need guns. But right now, a lot of people are truly scared, and they can make that decision themselves.
As Los Angeles Magazine reported toilet paper and hand sanitizer aren’t the only commodities that Los Angelenos are panic buying to cope with coronavirus fears.
All across Los Angeles, from Culver City to Burbank, gun sales are booming. Long before compulsory social distancing became a reality in California, gun stores were already selling out of ammo and staying open late to accommodate a panic-driven run on their wares. According to gun shop personnel, most of the rise in demand is being driven by first-time buyers, including many who have never fired a gun.
At Gun World in Burbank on Sunday morning, there were 40 customers waiting in line on the sidewalk when the shop opened at 11 a.m. Two hours later, the manager was already turning customers away. Gun purchases in California are slowed by paperwork—from gun registration to a written gun test—which kept customers waiting around for hours after money had changed hands.
Gun and ammunition dealers said they have seen an influx of customers with similar concerns in recent weeks, creating a spike in sales as coronavirus anxiety spreads. Reports of firearms and survival gear flying off the shelves have been widespread, including in California, New York, Washington State, Alabama and Ohio.
These leftists are going to be shocked when they realize they have to wait 10 business days before they can take their gun home.
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