Saturday, December 12, 2015

Florida gun store owner selling "Muslim Free Zone" signs. Oh yeah, that's helping.

Courtesy of ABC Action News: 

The Citrus County gun store owner who made international headlines is at it again. He’s selling a new product meant to stir things up. 

“What we are finding is that people are afraid of radical Islam. They are afraid of political correctness,” said Hallinan. 

Hallinan made a video in July declaring Florida Gun Supply in Inverness as a ‘Muslim free zone.

Since then, he said he’s received thousands of calls and emails. 

“And for every person, we have what seems like 300 or 400 that are in support,” he said.

From the report on MSNBC last night, it appeared that people were placing these signs on their houses or lawns.

Kind of makes one wonder what happens if a Muslim accidentally wanders into one of these "Muslim Free Zones?"

Or perhaps we already know that as there has been an uptick in violence and threats against Muslims since Trump went all Adolph Hitler in recent days .

Gosh won't it be great when Donald Trump is President and everybody can openly hate Mexicans, Muslims, and black folk just like in the good old days?


  1. Anonymous9:07 AM

    The enemy can target these places. No need to bother our govt offices.

    1. Anonymous11:58 AM

      Yes. Kind of like putting NRA signs on your truck. Anyone wanting guns knows where to break in.

  2. Anonymous9:13 AM

    How incredibly hateful.

  3. Anonymous9:25 AM

    Spoiler alert- A strand of Trump hair was genetically analyzed ,turns out he has Muslim ancestry.

    1. Anonymous10:07 AM


    2. Anonymous11:59 AM

      And black. And Russian. Chinese and Korean.

  4. Anonymous9:27 AM

    ISIS recruiting tools....all of 'em.

  5. A. J. Billings9:31 AM

    you just have to wonder if these idiots aren't INVITING a terrorist attack on their own family.

    But that fact would never have occurred to them, since critical thinking, analysis, and research isn't their long suit.

    100% tRump worshiping fanatical buttheads.

  6. Anonymous9:34 AM

    Remind me to stay the hell out of Florida.

  7. Anonymous9:35 AM

    Ah, yes. Aren't we a "Christian" nation?

  8. Anonymous9:38 AM

    Where can i buy a 'Religion-Free Zone' sign for my lawn?

    1. Anonymous9:41 AM

      Make one yourself! See what happens...

    2. Anonymous9:48 AM

      Please let us know when you find one :)

    3. Anonymous11:50 AM

      9:41 AM Fanatics like you would be the only problem.

    4. Here you go:

    5. If anyone would have one, Darwinfish would.

      Try the anti-religious bumper stickers. They're a hoot.

  9. Anonymous9:59 AM

    Muslim Free Zone signs!!! Buy now and get 30% off your next purchase of TrukNutz or Stars and Bars Non-Skid Underwear.

  10. Anonymous10:01 AM

    Kind of makes one wonder what happens if a Muslim accidentally wanders into one of these "Muslim Free Zones?"

    The premeditation part of the criminal charges will be easy to prove.

  11. Anonymous10:39 AM

    Amurka is looking more and more like 1930's Nazi Germany each day.

  12. Anonymous10:48 AM

    Speaking of FUCKING DADDY's Money$$$, LOST 4 TIMES!

  13. Anonymous11:10 AM

    So Muhammad Ali isn't allowed in there ???

    1. Guess Cat Stevens isn't performing for his daughter's wedding either.

  14. Anonymous12:31 PM

    Dumping on tRump>

  15. Anonymous12:34 PM

    Only if one is FULL OF SHIT.

  16. Randall1:03 PM

    I'm old now...

    but I remember when I was young and was taught that the United States of America was founded on the concept of FREEDOM.
    Freedom for everybody, because if anyone's freedom can be abridged, then anyone's freedom can be abridged.

    I learned (and believed) that this was the country where you can be what you want to be. Say what you want to say. Where we are ALL endowed with unalienable rights by OUR CREATOR (not whom YOU say , but whomever WE believe that to be).

    I learned that in this America there would never be any religious test to pass in order to hold office.

    They told us that in this country The Government would never incarcerate people without reason, and that we were guaranteed a speedy trial, and that they would never, never subject anyone to cruel punishment. Like torture. Never. Ever.

    I learned that it was these ideals that made the United States of America the greatest country this planet had ever seen.

    And I fully and wholly believed it then.

    But I'm old now.

    1. Lavenda2:59 PM

      Me, too, Randall. I remember when Truth, Justice and the American Way was more than a TV tagline. I believed that we all stroved for.

  17. Anonymous1:36 PM

    Las Vegas Review Journal Friday, Dec. 11 2015. The Norm Clarke column.
    Paulina Vega says she is emerging from a
    "chaotic" situation after Donald Trump's
    controversial immigration comments. Mexico
    and Bolivia cut ties with the Miss Universe
    organization, which was owned by Trump at the
    time he contended Mexican immigrants were
    bringing drugs, crime and rape to the US.
    When Vega called Trump's remarks "hurtful and unfair", the Republican presidential
    hopeful called her a "hypocrite" for not giving up the title. Her response that she had no intension of stepping down "because
    the Miss Universe Organization does meaningful social work in communities around
    the world." Interviewed by the Review Journal
    this week, Vega said fellow Latin Americans
    pressured her to relinquish her crown, saying
    "you can't work for that man." She said, "a lot of people support him." Asked if Trump would be welcomed to South America any time
    soon, her response was "too risky too risky."
    The Miss America Pageant will be held Dec. 20."
    If he did become president, which he won't,
    and had to travel to Latin American countries
    he had never, ever forget about the "too risky too risky." comment! His comments are
    set in stone!

  18. So basically he is selling, "No (insert nigger, jap, Jew, etc) allowed!" signs?

  19. Anita Winecooler4:47 PM

    Anything for a buck and attention. Sound familiar?

    This bullshit's gotta stop. Mosques are often more then places of worship, they're community centers and schools that teach religion. At least most Muslim Americans don't mix their faith and government, and have a firmer grasp on the constitution than people who think this is a nation based on Christian Values.

  20. Is this the guy who was selling silhouette targets that looked like Obama?

    I want a sign that says "This Home is a rabid right wing Republican talibangelical whacko nutjob free zone."


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