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The government doesn’t have to prove a crime at all. They just have to lay out a case of subjective claims that the individual is “dangerous” and shouldn’t have a gun.
It’s just a matter of time before the powers that be step once too many on our rights.
Amid cries of “Black Lives Matter,” we see cognitive dissonance from those “leaders” who respond by demanding citizen disarmament. Their contradictory “solution” is to make sure the enforcers they accuse of killing them are the “Only Ones” with guns.
Harvard Grad Student Told To Move Out Of Apartment Due To Roommate Being “Uncomfortable” With Her Legally Owned Guns
One Harvard graduate student, whose landlord wanted to kick her out during finals because her roommate’s “feelings are hurt” over her lawfully owned guns.
David Hogg wants a federal tax on firearms and ammunition. He has repeatedly broached the idea, including multiple times on Twitter, and only sometimes suggests a use for the tax revenue. Hogg’s tweets on a federal gun tax include references to implementing the same sort of licensing and permitting requirements
Huffman told the Washington Post he has concerns someone would be able to gain access to a firearm legally kept in the Capitol and use it for a nefarious act.
While the Democrats’ gun control push will not prevent mass shootings, it will criminalize a grandfather for passing his goose gun to his grandson without government permission. It will also criminalize a mother who gives her college-age daughter a revolver for self-defense without first getting government permission.
Much remains unsettled about the political landscape we will face in the coming two years. But this much is certain—more intense battles over the Second Amendment are in front of us.
Article first appeared at Ammoland.com U.S.A. -(Ammoland.com)- Two thugs chased a 19-year-old woman across the street, into a store, and then executed her by shooting her 20 times. She died on a weekday afternoon in broad daylight. She was killed in front of witnesses in Trenton, the state capital of New Jersey.