In the wake of the Valentine’s Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, more and more companies are caving into the demands of the screaming anti-gun liberals. We’ve a number of retailers including Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart announce they will only sell guns to people 21-years of age or older and Dick’s has stopped selling all assault-style weapons.
Facebook started screening and banning many people from posting photos of themselves with guns, but they still seem to allow many to do it, so the signal they are sending is rather mixed.
Now, the dating site Bumble has announced that they will no longer allow anyone to use or post a photo of themselves with a gun.
(New York Post) – Forget about showing off your favorite firearm on your Bumble profile.
The popular dating app — famous for requiring women to initiate conversations instead of men — said it will no longer permit users to have guns in their photos.
“As mass shootings continue to devastate communities across the country, it’s time to state unequivocally that gun violence is not in line with our values, nor do these weapons belong on Bumble,” the company said in a blog post…
Bumble claims to have about 5,000 moderators who will be tasked to peruse all photos to make sure that there are no photos including guns. They fail to understand that to many people, that’s the type of person they may want to date, one who values their Second Amendment rights, but their liberal agenda is more important to the folks at Bumble than the gun rights of the American people.