At the height of the storm of media indoctrination regarding the Adler 110, and a slew of clueless presstitutes trying to act as authorities on the subject as usual, the media decided they’d change tack.
They’d thought they try and hunt down some farmers who thought the Adler was “unnecessary for pest control“, despite previously running an article saying that farmers wanted the ban lifted and ignoring the hundreds of millions of dollars a year in losses incurred as a result of the feral pest problem.
Enter Stewart Hughes.
Following on from the foot steps of the ABC, who tried to deceive the reader about “mixed opinions” when an actual read of the article proves that semi automatic rifles are the best tool for the feral pest job (narrative killer), the Border Mail and Narromine News ran an article from farmer Hughes that claimed he had no need for an Adler.
The article was epic fail from start to finish, starting with the photo depicting Stewart holding an 1887 IAC Winchester Replica and NOT an Adler, and then him spouting a whole lot of nonsense, ie “hurr durr if you need more than one shot you’re no good“, about levers being unnecessary while not realising the apparent hypocrisy of him using said firearm. Levers for Stewart (in his own right a Category C licence holder and unaffected by any Adler potential recategorisations), but not anyone else. Animal Farm figuratively and literally.
This was followed up by a video Hughes posted on Twitter, claiming that this “could be used to rob a 7/11.”
Well, that kinda contradicts what NSW Police themselves have said:
Might explain why 7/11 were under paying workers – fear of a lever action robbery epidemic?
Well, a bit of background checking ensued and we found that Stewart Hughes is the husband of none other than Liberal Party member and failed former NSW Senate candidate Hollie Hughes. Yep, it couldn’t get anymore blatant than that. Stewart is obviously still salty his wife was not elected.
Yes, the farmer that “doesn’t need an Adler” apparently needs LNP money.
Border Mail, Narramine News and the LNP have not commented on the stunt. We’re not surprised.
Oh and by the way, here’s a video of Stewart Hughes using said lever action “responsibly”. What an upstanding advertisement for firearm safety!
Further to this, WA Young Nationals President Lachlan Hunter (who?) took to Australia’s youth (indoctrination) station Triple J to claim that the Adler shotgun was unnecessary. Because who better to tell the shooting community about what is not needed, than a hipster millennial who was barely alive at the time of NFA’s inception and is completely oblivious to his party’s betrayal of the Law Abiding Firearm Owner Community in 1996. This was also right after he had finished talking about drugs and seemed completely unable to realise the connection between drugs, illegal guns and related deaths from both, given the recent rise in shootings in Australia.
Cultural Marxism and the youth, folks – ain’t it grand?
This just goes to show how far the LNP will go to stab shooters in the back and just how desperate the LNP and the media are to try and force further gun control down an unwilling and increasingly angry LAFO community. And they wonder why nobody trusts them anymore.
The only exception to this it seems, is the excellent work of NSW Deputy Prime Minister Troy Grant who was the lone voice of reason at COAG and forced every other state to back down, for the meantime anyway.
It’s also the same collectivist representation and punishment tactic that they have used for the last 20 years – picking one person and making them representative of the entire community. Gee, wonder if we applied that logic to the LGBT community or any other racial or religious demographic – the Guardianistas and Australian Bolshevik Corporation would go into meltdown.
Shooters don’t let shooters vote LNP.
Good article but I think that Troy Grant is the Deputy Premier of NSW.
About time the truth came out we had figured out hollie Hughes was his wife within probably an hour of it hitting to forums but glad to see its now to a broader audience