This week, we're discussing how the unprecedented terror attacks in Israel have motivated Jewish people in America to seek out firearms.
Our guest is a longtime Jewish gun-rights advocate who lives in Texas. Yehuda Remer, who goes by The Pew Pew Jew, joins the show to detail the incredible increase in demand for guns and training he's seen from people in his community.
He said the influx has been unlike anything he's experienced. Remer said the number of people he's had reaching out to him and, importantly, following through on their desire to obtain guns is leaps and bounds beyond any previous high-profile anti-Semitic attack.
He said he believes the fallout from the Hamas killings could be creating a sea change in how American Jews feel about being armed.
Plus, Contributing Writer Jake Fogleman and I discuss the federal ruling striking down California's AR-15 ban.