California AG Publishes Names and Addresses of Concealed Carry Gun Permit Holders

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California Attorney General Rob Bonta posted the names, addresses and birth dates of concealed-carry permit holders on the California Department of Justice website on Monday. Bonta claimed the move was to help the public access data on guns in California, including information about the issuance of Concealed Carry Weapons (CCW) permits and Gun Violence Restraining Orders. The list included 244 judge permits and 420 reserve officers. Lee Williams, an editor at the Second Amendment Foundation, said that Bonta published the names of CCW permit holders was retaliation for the Supreme Court’s recent decision that affirmed the right to bear arms outside the home. He wrote that Bonta’s true intent was to put Californians on notice that if they want to exercise this right, they will pay a price, and the price will be their privacy, safety, and security. Guns are the third most sought-after item by burglars and these gun owners are now targets.

On Monday, California Attorney General Rob Bonta posted the names and addresses of concealed-carry permit holders on the California Department of Justice website.

In a press release, Bonta claimed the move was to “improve transparency and information sharing for firearms-related data and includes broad enhancements to the platform to help the public access data on firearms in California, including information about the issuance of Concealed Carry Weapons (CCW) permits and Gun Violence Restraining Orders (GVROs).”

He also claimed it will help promote “gun violence” research, and foster “trust between law enforcement and the communities we serve.”

Make No Mistake, This Was 100% BS.

Bonta’s move was clearly retaliation for the Supreme Court’s decision in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen, which affirmed the right to bear arms outside the home.

Bonta’s true intent was to put Californians on notice that if they want to exercise this right, they will pay a price, and the price will be their privacy, safety, and security.

You see, Bonta has created a handy reference guide for burglars, home invaders, and other criminals. Now, they’ve got a searchable database of firearm owners and homes where guns are kept. Guns have always been the third most sought-after item by burglars, after prescription meds and cash.

What’s not included in Bonta’s press release, tweets or media interviews is the chilling effect this will have on the Second Amendment in the Golden State. Anyone who wants to carry a defensive firearm must now risk a complete loss of their privacy and the increased likelihood they and their family will be targeted by criminals.

I’m sure California’s booming gun-ban industry, which likely played a significant role in developing this idea, has already made plans on how to use the database to its advantage. Look for massive doxing, which will include false red-flag complaints, cyber-crimes, and other online harassment.

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Fastt Ed
Fastt Ed
1 month ago

well, now citizens need to publish his name, address, and phone number too.
It’s called RECIPROCITY.
And why even bother with a permit in the first place ?

Lawrence P Paulsen
Lawrence P Paulsen
1 month ago

The named gun owners should put signs in their yards saying they have guns but their neighbors don’t. Who wants to rob an armed person?

Boomer Lady
Boomer Lady
1 month ago

No, the gun owners aren’t the target, the burglars who break in are. The high court inferred that a state can’t insist on a permit to carry the gun, so now those not on any list can begin carrying.

Major Tom
Major Tom
1 month ago

All permit holders should launch a law suit against this AG and see him charged with Breach of Trust. He must be held accountable!

Ragnar D.
Ragnar D.
1 month ago

The anti-gunners will say that the gun registry is just a “common sense” measure to keep everyone safe. However, when all of that personal data gets leaked for WHATEVER reason, the government just says “Oops… Sorry about that!” We have a ruling class that we cannot trust.

Joe
Joe
1 month ago

Fire him. Remove all benefits. Remove his status and send him back to the Philippines. This tool effectively committed an act of war against the Citizens.

Rainey
Rainey
1 month ago

Every single day, I see another headline that makes me so glad I got out of that hell-hole which used to be my home. The Left has destroyed my home state beyond all recognition, it used to be a wonderful place but The Left is a cancer that destroys everything it touches. They just make their own rules as they go and “our rights” be damned. 😡

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago

mens rea = public endangerment by willfully releasing ‘protected’ information. Creating a potentially West coast national security risk, as such information could be used by enemy states or terrorists.