2nd Amendment attorney: Wannabe tyrants afraid of your guns

Friday, April 9, 2021
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

"Come and Take It" flag at rallyThe legal counsel for a Second Amendment group says President Joe Biden's gun control measures, announced this week, should be concerning not for what he is proposing, or even how he is moving forward, but for why the Left wants America to be a gun-free zone. 

Biden announced a half-dozen executive actions that he called "common-sense steps" to address gun violence after a series of mass shootings drew national attention in recent weeks.

The response from gun-rights advocates ranged from frustration, when Biden claimed gun shows don’t require background checks, to mockery after the befuddled president twice referred to the ATF as the “A-F-T.”

Mike Hammond, legislative counsel to Gun Owners of America, says the first concern is that Biden is taking action through executive action, which means the Democrat president is bypassing the constitutional requirements that give Congress the authority to pass legislation.

Stalin and child Soviet posterThat alone is concerning, Hammond says, but that is not all. It appears, after stealing the election last November, that far-left Democrats still want to take the guns because they are feared by the would-be tyrants in Washington, D.C.

“If they can destroy the gun movement, they think they will have destroyed the major remaining political underpinning of the Republican Party and of the conservative movement,” he warns. “And I think they may be right about that. It’s this question of destroy your opposition.”

History shows who was a “master” at just that, the attorney says, including murderous tyrants such as Adolph Hitler, Joseph Stalin, and Mao.

"And lo and behold here we are," he says, "a banana republic."

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