Mobile payment company does not deserve your business

1389 reports on Square going full blown PC

(Ammoland.com)- The popular mobile payment company, Square, Inc., has recently changed their terms of use and will no longer allow the use of their product for firearm sales, ammunition, firearm parts, and any other associated materials which they say are “designed to cause physical injury”.

Sportsmen and other gun owners are being urged to contact Square to voice their disapproval and to urge them to change their anti-gun policy.

Square, a small credit card swiping device that plugs into IPhones, Android and IPad’s for easy credit or debit card transactions, changed their terms of use in late spring, adding the amendment as #23 to their Prohibited Goods and Service list. A Square spokesman denied the accusation that the change was related to the gun debate sparked by the Sandy Hook shooting.

Looking at Square’s “prohibited goods or services” I kind of expected knives, baseball bats, chains, ropes, shovels, axes, and household cleaners to be banned too. I mean these things are designed to be harmful. Oh sure they have many other purposes too. Gee, guns have other purposes besides causing harm as well. Target shooting, sport, and self-defense. Why is Square against those things?

 

 

Gee I wonder why this story did not make the 24-hour news cycle

Hmmm, never heard this story of a school shooting, in Tennessee. Maybe because it does fit the narrative? ViaTN Smart Girl

The following incident happened at a high school only minutes from my home in East Tennessee. I am sure that no one outside of our immediate region has ever heard the story, because the only person who was shot-and killed-was the gunman. These types of stories don’t fit the narrative of those who want “gun-free zones” and so are ignored by the national media. In this case an armed Security Resource Officer, Carolyn Gudger, became a local hero and saved an unknown number of lives by holding the gunman at bay until backup arrived. The text below is drawn from a local news website, Tricities.com. The story is not viewable on mobile devices, probably because it is so old. If you wish to view it on your PC, here is the link: http://tinyurl.com/ckqfcvf

So, the media only cares if kids are killed? Or do they just want to fuel the Liberal lie that armed security cannot prevent these crimes? And YES, Fox, where the Hell were you?