So why in the hell would we ever give up any gun rights to a government as corrupt as this one. Just look at the news and what most establishment figures are trying to do to President Trump and his family just because he won an election. And he’s on the front page of every news outlet in the world, so he’s high profile enough to warrant good judgment against such an action. However, the truth of an out of control government is obvious in their hatred and radicalism in how they are treating him. That same House of Representatives during a circus week of the Michael Cohen testimony passed a gun bill which was an extreme overreach by that same corrupt government. We have to remember that the entire reason Cohen was there to testify was because the government kicked down his door in search of a crime and what they did find they pushed to jail him for 3 years for which he is presently seeking relief from prosecutors. To my view of things based on not only the Federal Constitution, but the Ohio Constitution from which I live, Cohen should have defended himself during that break in with a firearm because the government was abusing his individual rights. So it is laughable that the same government passed their H.R.8 legislation that has been brewing for a long time, and that they passed it with no media coverage in the middle of the Cohen testimony.
The Democrat-controlled US House of Representatives passed what they’re optimistically calling a universal background check bill. But there’s much more to HR 8 than just mandated FFL transfers.
The bill would also ban handgun sales to adults under 21 years old, allow for unlimited transfer fees, and criminalize handing a firearm to another person while shooting outside a designated range.
My comment to all the elements of H.R.8 is that it is a laughable overreach by a government that doesn’t respect us as people. Who the hell cares what a bunch of loser liberal legislators think about the “safety” of people? These are the death dealers who support the open murder of millions of babies right out of a mother’s womb, and support the poisoning of the American people by legalizing drugs and supporting open borders allowing drug traffickers easy access to American markets. They certainly aren’t qualified to determine whether or not any of us can transfer a gun to a neighbor or family member. Guns are more needed than ever to keep corrupt elements of radical liberals from intruding into our lives more than they do now. What congress proposed in H.R.8 is simply reprehensible. Lucky for us in the short-term, President Trump will veto this bill and those like it. But what about a day when he doesn’t sit in the Oval Office? In those days its likely that we’ll need guns of all kinds to fight off a government that seriously desires to overreach their mandate and control every aspect of our lives, and we can’t have that in any aspect.
Listen to the idiocy of what some of these newly elected radicals are saying they want to do to us from a congressional perspective. During the Obama administration he experimented with attracting radical cells of people from other countries that immigrated into the United States in large numbers which actually allowed them to get elected into congress with legitimate voting. I have no problem with legal immigration methods, but the people coming better be ready to accept the rules of living in America and not seek to change the nature of it to reflect the garbage they came from. Its nothing new, but what is, is their admission to it, but these congress people are openly advocating for socialism and that is something that we all have to fight with deadly force—because what they are talking about is the confiscation of private property and the redistribution of it to those unworthy—who did not earn it, which is a gross violation to everything American law is supposed to represent. The very foundation of the American Constitution is to protect private property and secure individual rights. Not to surrender those things to the “greater good” as defined by radicals who managed to get themselves elected into government.
Clearly the intent of most American Constitutions at the level of the states and of course in the Bill of Rights of the federal government is that guns are there to shut down a corrupt government and replace it with something else and given the behavior of this current congress, I would say that we are at that point. As long as we can stop them with President Trump’s veto pen, we can still trust the law. But the moment Trump isn’t in office then we need guns to fight off the government which has become hostile and extremely corrupt. That isn’t the talk of radicalism, but sense as dictated by the laws of our country. Nobody cares about the transfer of gun rights and background checks, especially under circumstances of war. Guns are there for the days when the law fails, and when the government is kicking down the doors of political rivals to leverage election results into the favor of hostile congresses then its time to use guns to preserve liberty, and there is nothing wrong with that.
Radical leftists in congress do not get to use the law to gain power but then to use the law to protect themselves from the consequences. They cannot manipulate their way into office, gain power, then expect nobody to twist the law as a counter measure to repeal their hostile actions. Only in this case, using guns as a measure of individual defense of private property isn’t a twist of the law, but a mandate. But when it becomes obvious that the intent of their actions is hostility and conquest, then violence is the next step behind a breakdown of the law. The congressional approval of H.R.8 is a hostile act and the law as proposed under any condition of intention is a violation of American rights. The same government that kicked in the door of President Trump’s personal lawyer to squeeze him into revealing a crime, any crime, that might remove the president from office is the same government that is attempting to say that they must conduct a background check on the sale of a firearm to anybody. Or how any individual can use that gun away from a target range. And that’s not how things work folks. That government is the reason we need guns. They don’t get to legislate our defense from them. They can’t have it both ways, they don’t get the power to intrude on people’s lives and the legal means to protect themselves from the ramifications of their aggression. That concept is absurd, not even in the realm of possibility.
Context is everything and under normal conditions gun owners should enjoy their use of guns, go to the target range and shoot them, and trade them among each other for the fun and liberty of the sport. But under all that action is the necessity to use guns as a last resort for when the law fails and governments must be replaced by force into a body of functional governance. The failed government does not have the right to decide who gets to have a gun and for those who do, how they use it. That is not how the rules work and we should all be insulted that H.R.8 was even given enough merit to put a pen to paper. It’s an insult to us all and the ramifications of that insult have not yet been communicated properly to the perpetrators involved in the most heinous crime of all, the intrusion of individual liberty and desire to suppress all of mankind for the whimsical power grabs of the political left.
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