New York Times Columnist Admits His Gun-Control Proposal Would Make Firearms More Difficult to Track

| February 21, 2018

New York Times Columnist Admits His Gun-Control Proposal Would Make Firearms More Difficult to Track

New York Times finance columnist and CNBC host Andrew Ross Sorkin admitted Tuesday that his new gun-control proposal would likely make it harder to track firearms, creating difficulties for investigations into gun crimes.
Sorkin proposed in his latest column that financial institutions, such as JP Morgan Chase and Mastercard, not allow credit-card owners to use funds to buy guns. MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle asked Sorkin whether this would simply lead to more untraceable gun sales and be a “boon” for blockchains such as Bitcoin.

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