Lawful 2A Site Deplatformed From Internet by GoDaddy

CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. – A rifle and handgun lay next to their magazines at the base shooting range. Proper awareness of weapons’ capabilities and safety issues keeps firearms owners knowledgable and responsible. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Elliott Sprehe)

Merely discussing gun rights and firearms has become a crime in the eyes of Big Tech., one of the most popular websites for firearms enthusiasts in America and around the world, was deplatformed by GoDaddy on Monday morning.

The gun site contains advertisements and promotions from firearms company, gun craftsmanship and building content. A backup for was furbished later Monday.

Second Amendment supporters were quick to offer hosting services to, and the site’s operators expect its primary domain to be fully operational within days. GoDaddy has distinguished itself for progressive deplatforming operations before.

Big League Politics has reached out to GoDaddy for comment, and was ignored. Internet users who utilize the web hosting service to publish content that isn’t sterile, liberal corporate drivel should strongly consider migrating their content elsewhere.

The site’s operators had received record-setting levels of traffic following certification of Biden’s victory, with many Americans inclined to acquire firearms and ammunition under the Democrat’s reign.

President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to criminalize the sale and transfer of firearms he deems to be “assault weapons.” Rifles such as the AR-15 and AK-47 variants would be banned, should he prove capable of eliminating the Senate filibuster and ramming a gun control bill through Congress.

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