Monday, May 18, 2020

Stupid Comparisons

They don’t have any meaningful arguments to support “gun control,” so they just demonize their opposition. So it is with the Washington Post, who recently, without any kind of proof of anything, compared gun sanctuaries to slavery. What kind of fool thinking is responsible for that, I don’t know. Nobody’s being forced to do anything in those “gun sanctuaries.” They have only been designated as such by a majority of the people who wish to maintain their right to be armed for self defense, and not DISARMED by stupid politicians, and made to be defenseless. They know that each and every anti-gun law is unconstitutional for a simple reason: The second Amendment is very simple and easy to understand if you’re not a fool. It says, “The Right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” Of course the anti-gun fools try and misunderstand it because of the preceding words about am “organized militia,” which did not even exist at the time of the writing pf the Constitution, and really have no meaning, since at the time, they included ALL THE PEOPLE in any such “organized militia,” if one was to be organized. The government, at that time, was not “flush with money” as it is now, and wanted them to bring their own guns when called up. In any case, there is no real comparison with any kind of slavery in those “sanctuaries.” Those laws are unconstitutional because they “infringe” upon those rights. (Washington Examiner)

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