May 8 Update.
The Black Rifle Coffee Company has not been banned by Canada. From Lead Stories:
Part of what probably caused the confusion is that the Black Rifle Company LLC apparently dissolved in 2012 (or maybe moved to Arizona and then became inactive). Their website www.blackriflecompany.com has been offline for years but the Internet Archive still has a copy. You can verify the old website registration data here, it shows the site was registered to the same person as the company. But the lack of active website led to Google searches not turning up much for “Black Rifle Company”, instead bringing people to the Black Rifle Coffee Company.
It appears that Canada may have accidentally banned the Black Rifle Coffee Company. Check it out:
— Black Rifle Coffee (@blckriflecoffee) May 7, 2020
“Words cannot espresso how dumb this ban is”:
Words cannot espresso how dumb this ban is. https://t.co/aUWlxEmnQJ
— Tatjana Pasalic (@Tattytats) May 7, 2020
But really, what happened here?
No joke Canada banned a coffee company in its firearms ban… https://t.co/HDF2ftqG0T
— EducatëdHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) May 7, 2020
Because this is hilarious:
Canada banned a coffee company, thinking it is a firearm.
Told you guys gun-grabbers don't have a clue… https://t.co/4xUP5kpleU
— Oh THAT Guy (@NathanWurtzel) May 7, 2020
We’ll just assume it’s true because it’s way funnier that way:
Oh. My. God. Canada banned coffee in its idiotic new gun ban. https://t.co/cenJKfVxKi
— Heather (@dswhisperer2) May 7, 2020
Editor’s note: This post has been updated and the headline changed.