Gun-grabbers will do whatever it takes... 

Via KIRO 7: 

Some people in Snohomish County say the signature gatherers you often see outside grocery stores are being deceptive. 

"Today we are trying to give folks the chance to choose whether they want their groceries taxed or not," Lorin Bishop told a potential voter outside the Haggen in Marysville. 

But that is just one of three petitions for which he is gathering signatures on Friday. 

"Since we are doing one, we might as well do the other ones and make people aware of other things going on as well," Bishop explained. 

He says he makes sure to tell people which one they're signing, but some gatherers, people in Snohomish County say, are not being as transparent. 

Dan Composano took a picture of the sign displayed by signature gatherers at a Smokey Point Walmart Thursday. 

"It posted 'no sales tax on groceries' and right above it, it had the 'I-1639,'" he told us. 

But "no sales tax on groceries" is I-1634; I-1639 would prohibit the sale of all guns to anyone under 21...

Both petitions were available at the table; I-1639 was the one on the top of the clipboard. 

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