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In the wake of the Orlando shooting, the gun control agenda coming out of thegovernment and media is reaching a fever pitch. You’ve heard of how flawed the “no-fly” list is… There are babies and eight-year-olds on that thing. How did they get there? No one is too sure, but it’s all done in a secret process that the people on the list themselves are not privvy to.
Now consider the government extrajudicially canceling people’s 2nd Amendment with a “no-buy” list, as advocated in a recent NYT editorial.
Via Daily Caller:
Citing the Orlando terror attack that left 50 dead including the shooter and 53 wounded at a gay nightclub, the piece advocates for a “no-buy” listsimilar to “no-fly” lists. Under the law, suspected terrorists would not be able to buy a gun. In an attempt to ensure the integrity of the lists and preserve due process, the author proposes people only be added to this no-buy list after a secret court rules they are ineligible, similar to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court hearings where the federal governmentobtains permission to wiretap. Under this proposal, an American who has never been convicted of a crime could be denied their right to buy a gun simply because a secret court decided it should be that way.
[Adam Winkler, a U.C.L.A. School of Law professor] argues the secret court is a good idea because the same kind of court is already used forgovernment surveillance, and historically, the U.S. has committed worse rights violations such as Japanese internment camps.
So the logic here is:
- because we’re already under a police state with sweeping, unconstitutional governmentsurveillance
- and because the government has already committed worse rights violations in the past
- then we should beg for an even worse police state with even more human rights violations?
Yeah. Okay. Guess that makes sense… not at all.
A + B = WTF.
P.S. – If this kind of propaganda really pisses you off, whatever you do don’t go to the NYT editorial itself and read some of the inane b.s. people are writing in the comments section about “modern interpretations of the 2nd Amendment”. It just might make your head explode…
This plan has been in the works for awhile now (via Truthstream Media, December 2015):
Just an added thought. The Gun Control song: