Anti-Muslim Gun Shop Owner: Don’t Censor 3D-Printed Guns Because Online Porn Exists

Anti-Muslim gun store owner Jan Morgan defended untraceable  guns created on a 3D printer because online pornography exists.

A federal judge temporarily blocked the release of Internet blueprints for 3D guns by Defense Distributed, notes CNBC.

Morgan, who announced in 2014 that her gun range was a “Muslim-free zone” in 2014, insisted on CNN that the 3D blueprints should be allowed because of other harmful things on the web such as pornography:

If we’re going to start censoring any information out there on the Internet that might do irreparable harm then we’re going to have to take off all the websites that might be out there that teach you how to make explosive devices and bombs.

Websites such as pornography, websites that teach people how to poison other people. I mean, there’s a wealth of information out there that is very dangerous on the Internet. So this is a First Amendment issue.

(Sources: CNBC, Newsweek, CNN)

 

 

 

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