We have met the enemy, and he is an idiot… Something new for the Hay Hoe Files.
“I certainly don’t want someone convicted of identity theft to have access to my private medical data,” said Sean Caranna of Daytona Beach, executive director of Florida Carry, a gun-rights group. He went through a background check before working for a software company that serves hospitals.
But [Arthur Hayhoe, executive director of the Florida Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence.] and some fellow gun-control advocates have other worries.
“I’d be more concerned about whether these people [navigators] have concealed-weapons permits,” he said. “They shouldn’t be hired if they do. Of course, the NRA would scream and holler if that came about.”