A church in Brooklyn is accepting guns and exchanging them for cash.

As part of the program, anyone can anonymously hand in a gun or rifle, legal or illegal, and get a $200 bank card — no questions asked. The cards may be used at stores or to withdraw money at ATM machines.

While gun owners can turn their weapons over at police precincts for $100 anytime, pastors say churches are seen as sanctuaries by those wary of authorities.

Except it’s a violation of the laws of the State and City of New York for the pastors at these churches to take possession of the firearms that are being turned in.  If I were to go to New York to swap guns for cash, they’d throw me in prison.  Why do these guys get a pass?

5 Responses to “Careful”

  1. Why do these guys get a pass?

    Is that a rhetorical question or something?

    Welcome to the Nation of Men.


  2. Sebastian says:

    It’s a rhetorical question. I know why they get a pass.

  3. Sebastian says:

    They are doing God’s work… getting evil guns off the streets, so unicorns can play under rainbows.

  4. DirtCrashr says:

    It’s a Kitchen Pass, that’s for sure. They’re tendering their flock into the claws of wolves, dumbasses. It’s a feel-good becrucification.

  5. emdfl says:

    because they all vote democratic?