In the following video, Gary Franchi from the Next News Network discusses a recent article written by Sierra Marlee for Right Wing News. As we all know, Obama has a very disturbing history of attempting to violate the Second Amendment rights of law abiding Americans, especially on the heels of mass shootings… mass shootings that are ironically (or not so ironically), up over 700% under Obama’s presidency. Coincidence?
It’s always the same story with liberals and the mainstream media. Before the bodies are even cold, we can count on the media to parade liberal politicians in front of the cameras with their crocodile tears, so that anyone watching or listening gets to see or hear about every heart-wrenching and painful detail of the shooting that just took place.
Next, the horrific details are put on a repeat cycle, and played over and over again in a loop for several days, normally at least until a new bill shows up in Congress that is intended to inch us one step closer to total gun confiscation. It’s always the exact same story…
Well, as you’re about to learn, one federal judge laid the smack down on Obama, and overturned his unconstitutional ban. Find out what the judge said…
Obama has a very disturbing history of attempting to violate our Second Amendment rights, especially on the heels of tragedies like Sandy Hook. As heart-wrenching and painful as it is to watch such heinous acts take place, restricting the rights of the people is never the logical answer.
Thankfully, I’m not the only one who thinks this way. A federal judge has officially moved to overturn several anti-Constitutional actions that make it more difficult for law-abiding citizens to legally purchase firearms.
The judge overturned a complete ban on publicly carrying handguns, a $1,000 tax on handgun purchases, a ban on “assault weapons,” a caliber restriction on long-guns such a rifles and a requirement to register all gun purchases with the government.
Ramona Manglona is the chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Northern Mariana Islands. She had this to say about her ruling:
“The individual right to armed self-defense in case of confrontation…cannot be regulated into oblivion.”
In her conclusion, she says some things that the rest of us would like every elected official to understand about our Constitutional right to bear arms.
“…the right of armed self-defense, including in public, is subject to traditional limitations. It is not subject to elimination.”
“…it is unconstitutional regardless of the level of scrutiny applied, and the Court must strike it down.”
“…the individual’s right to carry and transport an operable handgun openly for self-defense outside the home.”
Is it too late to make this lady President?
But seriously, I could not agree more with her assessment of the Second Amendment and the important, nay, critical role in plays in the everyday lives of individual citizens.
The Second Amendment, like the rest of the Bill of Rights and Constitution, is not up for negotiation. It’s not “on the table” and we will not back down in protecting our God-given rights from greedy, power-hungry politicians who would absolutely do everything within their power to make the people of the United States subservient to the federal government.
If that sounds like “fear mongering,” all it takes is a brief look at history to prove that what I said is absolutely plausible. In fact, you don’t even need to look outside the United States to see examples of the government using fear to take the rights away from the people (in this case Native Americans) and then exerting control over them, knowing they’re powerless to stop them.
God bless this judge.
After the 2006 election, the question you heard conservatives asking over and over again was, “Did the Republicans learn anything?’
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