Second Amendment Assaults Across the Nation


This will be an accumulation of gun grabbing activities across the country; in Washington, DC AND at the state level, where are coordinated efforts underway.

This first and most frightening piece comes out of Washington State. When liberals are in a hurry or overly giddy, they make a serious mistake and reveal their true intent. Annual home searches by police for ‘assault rifles’; an ‘accidental’ inclusion in the bill? Only in that it was probably the second shoe that is supposed to be dropped later.

Both Minnesota AND Missouri had nearly identical bills filed – ones that DEMAND ALL ‘assault rifles’ be turned into the police within 90-180 days from the passage of the bills:

Colorado is working on limiting magazines and rolling back a concealy carry provision for college campuses.  Some of the arguments presented for the latter are getting downright sillyThen there are the police advising to confront shooters- unarmed. One Dem state senator suggested fighting back, armed with…. pens.

Department of Justice admits an assault weapons ban is “unlikely to have an effect on gun violence,” – WITHOUT the kind of massive buyback/confiscation that occurred in Australia – And then the effect would ONLY be on the rare mass casualty events that are less than 1% of homicides by guns.

Comcast is refusing to carry cable ads for gun stores nationwide

Gun Manufacturers are fighting back:

And the state of Texas certainly is fighting back:

And technology like 3D printing will REALLY foil attempts to limit magazine capacity,

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One Response to Second Amendment Assaults Across the Nation

  1. Dennis John says:

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