SWAT_team_(4131372991)Gun grabbers resort to illegal “SWATting’ in hopes of killing gun owners

Unable to stop Americans from owning guns through the democratic process, gun grabbers have unveiled a sick new strategy.

They’re making fake phone calls to police, in the hopes responding officers will shoot and kill law-abiding gun owners.

The tactic is known as “SWATting.”

The FBI warns citizens that SWATting is a crime.

“Sometimes swatting is done for revenge, sometimes as a prank. Either way, it is a serious crime, and one that has potentially dangerous consequences,” the FBI reports.

“…some unsuspecting victims—caught off guard when SWAT teams suddenly arrived on their doorstep—have suffered mild heart attacks,” the FBI says.

“Law enforcement personnel, meanwhile, rush to the scene of a swatting incident on high alert. “They believe they have a violent subject to apprehend or an innocent victim to rescue,” FBI agent Kevin Kolbye explains. “It’s a dangerous situation any way you look at it.”

“As more states relax rules about open-carrying of guns, the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence has taken to social media to urge the public to assume gun-toters are trouble, and to call the cops on anyone they feel may be a threat,” Fox News reports.

“If you see someone carrying a firearm in public—openly or concealed—and have ANY doubts about their intent, call 911 immediately and ask police to come to the scene,” the group instructs its followers.

“Never put your safety, or the safety of your loved ones, at the mercy of weak gun laws that arm individuals in public with little or no criminal and/or mental health screening,” the group claims.

Making a false police report is a crime.

It also creates the possibility that police will shoot and kill an unsuspecting gun owner who, being a law-abiding citizen, is not expecting to encounter a police officer.

There’s nothing more violent than an anti-gun activist.

“This practice is exactly what they [Coalition to Stop Gun Violence] are doing,” said Erich Pratt of Gun Owners of America. “It’s one thing if someone is using a gun in an illegal or unlawful manner. No one is questioning that. But this clearly sounds like swatting.”

“Anti-gun advocates are clearly frustrated. They want guns banned,” he said. “But they have been thwarted in the past, so they are looking for alternative means.

“They are inciting their radical base to turn their own neighbors in,” says Pratt.

“They would likely be the ones arrested for filing a false report,” he said. “And we are certainly hoping that would be the case.”