Second Amendment in the crosshairs
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
November 13, 2012
“What we need to do is change the way in which people think about guns, especially young people….We have to be repetitive about this….We need to do this every day of the week, and just really brainwash people into thinking about guns in a vastly different way.”
Attorney General Eric Holder
“We must get rid of all the guns.”
“The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subjected people to carry arms. History shows that all conquerors who have allowed their subjected peoples to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by so doing.”
Adolph Hitler, Edict of March 18, 1938
Gun control advocate Sarah Brady’s infamous vow to “get rid of all the guns” has never been more prescient as we enter a second term of the Obama administration – 18 months after Obama assured Brady during a White House meeting that gun control was “very much on his agenda.”
Gun sales surged before the election and panic buying continues to proliferate, with stocks of gun manufacturers like Ruger and Smith & Wesson going parabolic, as Americans prepare for an all out assault on the second amendment.
Obama himself publicly signaled his intention to re-introduce the assault weapons ban during the second presidential debate.
“What I’m trying to do is to get a broader conversation about how do we reduce the violence generally,” Obama said during the debate at Hofstra University. “Part of it is seeing if we can get an assault weapons ban reintroduced.”
Obama’s anti-gun record clearly suggests he will use his lame duck term as a tool with which to eviscerate the second amendment.
As an Illinois state senator Obama attempted to limit sales of handguns to one per month and even voted against a bill that protected firearms manufacturers from lawsuits over misuse of their products by others. Obama has consistently supported the assault weapons ban and even ridiculed gun owners during an April 2008 speech when he said small town people “cling to guns” to express their frustration.
Obama’s March 2011 meeting with Brady, during which he assured her that he was working “under the radar” to assault gun rights just months before the Fast and Furious scandal broke clearly indicates that Americans may “cling to guns” for a very salient reason – the fear that an Obama administration with nothing to lose is set to take a huge bite out of the second amendment.