Liberal hypocrites aim to disarm us
Running to the left of Socialist Bernie Sanders, and attempting to out-distance Barack Obama on restricting firearms, Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is now openly advocating the implementation of an unconstitutional confiscatory gun ban.
Addressing a town hall meeting at Keene State College in New Hampshire Friday, Hillary responded to a questioner who asked about emulating Australia’s gun laws and mandatory buyback program, wondering if it were possible to implement such programs in the United States. Hillary said, “I think it would be worth considering doing it on the national level, if that could be arranged.”
Hillary is not new to this trickery, which she liberally stirs with wild racial overtones — implying guns must be removed from the hands of privileged white people.
She took up this mantel in June when speaking at the 83rd annual U.S. Conference of Mayors in San Francisco, as she said that white Americans need to “question our own assumptions and privilege,” as reported by Breitbart news.
“We still allow guns to fall into the hands of people whose hearts are filled with hate. You can’t watch massacre after massacre and not come to the conclusion that President Obama has reached, ‘We must tackle this challenge with urgency and conviction,’” she proclaimed to raucous applause from the mostly liberal audience.
Meanwhile the liberal hypocrisy continues as they work to disarm us through legislation and executive orders. Both the Obama’s and the Clinton’s have lifetime — armed — Secret Service protection. Others such as Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Charles Schumer, who would deny our ability to protect ourselves and our families, have concealed carry permits as we pointed our in 2012. And fervent gun control proponent Mark Kelly, husband of former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, was caught making weapons purchases, including “high capacity” magazines, an AR-15 and a .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol at a Tucson gun store.
This well researched assessment of the Australian gun control program, including a mandatory buyback program and its mostly acquiescing citizenry — juxtaposed against America’s staunch Second Amendment-based resistance to such a scheme — written by historian Varad Mehta is definitely worth carving some time out of your weekend to read.
Knowledge is power.