Posted January 10, 2018 3:00 pm by Comments

By Tom Knighton

Earlier today, I wrote about a Newsweek story blasting Spike’s Tactical and Pipe Hitters Union regarding an ad featuring a handful of armed Americans facing a horde of Antifa rioters. It featured text saying, “Not today, Antifa.”

You’d have thought the two companies were offering a bounty on leftists or something.

Well, it seems that both companies have responded. A copy of the press release issued by the two:

APOPKA, Fla. – Spike’s Tactical, a national AR-15 parts and weapons manufacturer based near Orlando, Florida, and Pipe Hitters Union, an international apparel manufacturer based in Austin, Texas, were attacked by Newsweek on Monday for an advertisement the companies recently ran in SKILLSET Magazine and posted on Facebook earlier this week.

“Our advertisement, NOT TODAY ANTIFA, is meant to be pro-American and against those who would suppress freedom of speech and the rest of our constitutionally protected rights, including the right to bear arms,” said Kit Cope, spokesman for Spike’s Tactical. “We offer zero apologies to anyone that is offended by this advertisement that depicts armed, but peaceful, patriotic Americans standing up against socialist, anarchist and communist rioters.”

The dual-page ad, which was designed …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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