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Liberty Safe Provides Access Code of Customer’s Safe to the FBI


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Liberty Safe has a history of putting its foot in their mouth. When the company gave the FBI the access code to a customer’s safe, the online retribution was swift. Liberty Safe is now being compared to Bud Light by many. The company could be facing a boycott which may lead to its demise.

Liberty Safe on the Hot Seat

Liberty Safe’s brain trust has clearly not been paying enough attention to what is happening around them. And by awakening, I don’t mean woke. In fact, quite the opposite. Bud Light or Target.

The American people are tired of companies that not only don’t align with our values but seem to have complete disdain for us. So, we have taken a play out of the left’s book and stopped giving them our money. If they don’t like us, they don’t need our hard-earned cash.

In the case of Liberty Safe the situation is much more serious. The company violated the trust of customers. This isn’t just a case of poor marketing decisions. It is a violation of privacy and customers’ rights.

Nathan Hughes’ home was raided by the FBI recently due to his involvement in the January 6 terrorist attack.Th protest. During the raid they arrested Hughs under gunpoint. They also turned off his Internet, covered his camera, and trashed his home. The company was contacted when they came across his Liberty gunsafe. The company agreed.

As you might imagine, the news did not go down well with the firearm community. So, the company was forced to issue a statement that didn’t seem to make things any better:

It is important to note that the FBI’s warrant was in no way binding on Liberty Safe. It would have been a different story if the FBI had issued a subpoena. The warrant was a poor excuse for sloppy decision-making.

Liberty Safe’s backdoor is a secret that many Liberty Safe users are only now learning about. Liberty Safe seems to have no problem with sharing this information with the FBI.

Swift Retribution

As you might have guessed, the company’s statement did not go over well. You can read the memes and replies to the original posting by going to the link. It’s going as well as expected.

Catturd is a popular catturd summed up the coming reckoning eloquently, “Bankruptcy coming – enjoy.”

Cernovich, a conservative journalist, has also said the same. pointed out the company’s blind spot, “Oh man. You don’t know your customers at all, do you?”

Hodgetwins are conservative commentators. acknowledged the irony of it all, “And you call yourself ‘Liberty’?? Bout to get the Bud Light treatment.”

Now that they have discovered the compromise, many are cancelling orders or dumping their safes.

TheQuartering, a popular conservative journalist tells the company, “I just ordered a $7000 liberty safe on Saturday. Lincoln 50 with everything.  I am making a call tomorrow to cancel.”

Popular X Influencer 9mmSMG notified the company, “Thanks, I have three large Liberty Safes in the market [for] A 4th. You guys are terrible.
A former customer”

Some people have expressed concern that the company may have a backdoor into their safes.

AlphaFox pointed out, “You have failed. No safe should have a backdoor. Welcome to bud light.”

Sensurround X user Mrs. questions the company’s policy about a back door, “Please tell me what federal and state law requires you to have backdoor codes to your products?”

But the memes…absolutely brutal:

Well, this is awkward…

Backdoor access is everywhere.
Liberty Safe hitting the curb.

Is it even meme worthy if Fenix Ammunition doesn’t get in on it?

Fenix Ammunition has words.
(Photo by Fenix Ammunition X).

Brandon Herrera himself, the AK Guy got in on The chaos is rife.

Liberty Safe loves the FBI.
(Photo by Brandon Herrera X).

Liberty was forced to lock all comments after the throttling, making things even worse.

Locked replies.

The company has reopened the comments and public ridicule has picked up from where it left.

Damage Control

Liberty released another statement, just as one would expect. The second statement was almost as successful as the first. This statement raised even more doubts.

Liberty states that they keep the access codes so customers can access their safes in the event that they lose it.

However, X user Walleyes, Whitetails & Whiskeys are all around us calls this statement into question, “So let me get this straight, when my safe was locked up, Liberty’s customer service told me to hire a locksmith, but they had the code and could have given it to the owner and didn’t?”

No back door access to the customer.

Liberty continues to say that customers will have the option of filling out a form to remove their access codes. The company that has secret backdoor access to its safes says it will allow you to delete this access. Pinky swear.

Liberty finishes with, “We have also revised our policies around cooperation with law enforcement. Going forward we will require a subpoena that legally compels Liberty Safe to supply access codes but can only do so if these codes still exist in our system.”

It kind of makes you wonder how many other times Liberty unnecessarily complied with law enforcement, doesn’t it?

Of all the corporate suicides, I must admit that this one was a bit surprising. The gun industry already faces a tough battle against the anti-gun control mob. It is disturbing that it comes from within.

So much for “Liberty” and so much for “safe.”

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