Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau let the real gun agenda slip from his tongue during a Tuesday press conference in Toronto.
Trudeau admitted that his regime is looking at “banning” firearms.
He doesn’t distinguish between handguns, shotguns and rifles.
After realizing his slip of the tongue, Trudeau said his regime is “freezing” the Canadian gun market.
“Whether it’s our most recent initiatives on banning—sorry, on freezing the market for firearms, which will start moving us in the right direction over the medium and long term,” Trudeau said.
Trudeau slips up, accidentally says he is “banning” firearms in Canada. He then corrects himself and says the government is “freezing” sales. pic.twitter.com/s4kS63HxsT
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After the Texas school shooting, Trudeau proposed freezing handgun sales in Canada as part of new gun control legislation.
“The day this legislation goes into effect it will no longer be possible to buy, sell, transfer or import handguns in Canada,” Trudeau told reporters.
As Infowars noted, Canadian gun sales skyrocketed following the announcement.
Gun stores in Canada sold out of handguns after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last week proposed freezing pistol sales as part of new gun control legislation.
Hopeful gun buyers interviewed by Agence-France Presse said the possibility of a pistol sale ban prompted them to seek the forbidden guns for fear they could miss out if they don’t take action.
“I’m concerned that if I don’t buy one now, I may never have the choice again,” one prospective gun buyer and sportsman club member, Aman Sandhu, said.
According to AFP, gun enthusiasts have flocked to stores after Trudeau’s office last Monday said it could prohibit sales, purchases and transfers of new handguns in Canada.
“Several gun stores in British Columbia province saw lines out the door within hours of the liberal leader’s declaration on Monday. Other shops across Canada said they sold out within days,” AFP reports.
Gun store owners speaking to AFP also described selling out of handguns, which require a restricted firearms license in order to buy.
A gun store owner in Toronto credited Trudeau for sparking the gun-buy frenzy.
He “created a panic, and people are now rushing out to buy handguns,” said DoubleTap Sports’ Josko Kovic.