Rumors about Vets' Affairs being party to disarming vets
A report has been going around the internet that someone (unnamed) was asked three questions by a Vet Affairs screener and then told, off the record, that if he'd answered any "yes" he would have been reported to DHS and he would be disarmed. I found the report very fishy, and it appears to be without foundation.
Here's the response of the Military Officers Ass'n of America.
Here's VA Watchdog's response.