Californians Furious After Department Of Justice Releases Personal Information

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Law Abiding gun owners in California are furious after a bombshell announcement by the California Department of Justice (DOJ).

Apparently, the agency released to the public a trove of personal information belonging to anyone who had been granted or denied a gun permit between 2011 and 2021.

Attorney General Rob Bonta, currently up for re-election, acknowledged the error. But, despite a promise to launch an investigation and the sentiment of being “deeply disturbed and angered”, it’s unlikely that much can be done about the horribly irresponsible release of personal information.

Of course, Bonta is known for his anti-constitutional stance on firearm ownership. He has promised again and again to pursue stricter gun laws and vehemently called for “common sense gun laws” after the recent SCOTUS decision on concealed carry laws in New York.

Californian gun owners are already feeling uneasy about Bonta’s stance on their God given rights. This data breach further puts them at risk and is yet another major black eye for the DOJ.

While it’s still unclear how this will affect Bonta’s chances at re-election in November, hopefully Californians will not forget. This egregious breach should be a wake up call, but unfortunately the state of California is known for it’s anti-gun stance.

In the meantime, California gun owners are left feeling exposed and vulnerable. Many are wondering how this could have happened and what, if anything, can be done to prevent it from happening again.

California patriots have the right to feel safe in their own homes and the DOJ has failed them.

What do you think, how did this leak happen? Should AG Bonta be replacde in November? Is there a chance that he could be replaced? Let us know in the comments below.

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