FedEx, UPS May Be ‘Tracking Gun Sales’ For White House: Report

  • Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen sent letters to logistics companies UPS and FedEx demanding information on their altered policies on firearms and whether they are in cooperation with federal agencies.
  • “What this looks to me, and a lot my colleagues, is the administration … can’t get more gun control passed through the Senate and through the House. And so what they’re trying to do is pressure their friends in large business to do it for them,” Montana AG Austin Knudsen told Fox News Digital in a phone interview Wednesday.
  • Knudsen was pushed to send the letters Tuesday, first obtained by the Free Beacon, after receiving complaints from “several Montanans who hold Federal Firearms Licenses (FFLs)” who told the attorney general that new regulations and information collection effectively circumvent warrant laws.