“What? Do they actually expect us to believe an American gun manufacturer marketed its product specifically for crazy or evil people to act on their delusions? “Perceived enemies”? You must have a partisan agenda to believe such nonsense.”
They do have just such an agenda.
Connecticut case could create a pathway toward anti-gun rulings — opinion piece lays out the facts
Yet another front has opened up in the war on the Second Amendment.
This one is a cockamamie ruling from activist justices on the Connecticut Supreme Court. The colossal ignorance of some of our nation’s supposedly wisest people confounds the lucid brain. Some of their anti-gun rights rulings are mind-numbingly dumb.
Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson wrote in a dissent, according to Edweek.org, “Whether this court agrees with Congress or not, in adopting the  arms act, Congress … made very clear its intent to absolve defendants like these — gun manufacturers and distributors from liability for criminal use of firearms by third parties except in the most limited and narrow circumstances and, particularly, to shield them from novel or vague standards of liability.”