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Republican and Democrat team up to outlaw private gun sales and register all gun owners.

Republican and Democrat team up to outlaw private gun sales and register all gun owners.

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  • Senate Moves Closer To Gun ConfiscationKurt NimmoInfowars.comApril 10, 2013Republican and Democrat team up tooutlaw private gun sales and registerall gun owners.ABC News reported earlier today thatsenators Joe Mancin, a Democrat fromWest Virginia, and Republican PatToomey from Pennsylvania havereached a deal to impose universal gunregistration on all Americans practicingtheir right to bear arms under theSecond Amendment.Mancin and Toomey announced the dealimperiling the fr ee exercise of theSecond Amendment during a newsconference on Wednesday.Senator Grassley speaks on theSenate floor about proceeding to theReid gun control legislation VIDEOBELOWhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3NNYKzuSj7g“This amendment is a genuine compromise,” Toomey said. “This is common sense. This is gunsense,” Mancin added, according to Fox News.Outlawing Private Gun Sales Between Individuals“Gun show sales will be conditioned on same background checks and paper record keepingrequirements currently applied to retail sales,” ABC News reported.Since the Sandy Hook massacre in December, Democrats have pushed to close to the so-called “GunShow Loophole,” in other words they are working to outlaw private gun sales between individuals.“Expanding background checks at gun shows will not prevent the next shooting, will not solve violentcrime and will not keep our kids safe in schools,” the NRA said in a statement following the newsconference. “We need a serious and meaningful solution that addresses crime in cities like Chicago,addresses mental health deficiencies, while at the same time protecting the rights of those of us who arenot a danger to anyone.”Gun Registration and ConfiscationIowa Republican Senator Chuck Grassley warned on Tuesday that the anti-gun bill about to beintroduced in the Senate will be a “step toward gun registration” by requiring record-keeping forprivate sales. Toomey countered by saying the legislation does not require records to be kept on the saleof firearms.
  • Grassley and other senators have warned that the current language of the bill will likely change once it is released from committee and makes i ts way to the Senate floor. Americans Believe Gun Registration Will Result in Confiscation A plurality of Americans believe universal registration will ultimately lead to the confiscation offirearms. A Quinnipiac survey released last week shows that 48 percent said they think the governmentwill use background check records to seize legal guns, while 38 said the government would not.Following the passage of a historic and draconian anti-gun bill in New York, the state has moved toconfiscate firearms.California has also moved to seize guns from citizens.Earlier this week in Austin, Texas, a Democrat official admitted the real purpose of gun legislation isregistration.In February, a Canadian news anchor, Brian Lilley,warned Americans that gun registration will lead toconfiscation. “I’ve got a warning to my Americanfriends: Registration will lead to confiscation. Andif you don’t believe me, just look at what ’shappened here,” Lilley said.The Canadian Firearms Act, introduced in 1995,imposes severe restrictions of gun owners inCanada. In addition to erecting a mechanism forconfiscation, the Canadian legislation isideological. “The motivation for the Firearms Actwas both ideological and political,” writes DonaldBlake Webster. “It was emotionally inspired andpolitically-motivated social-engineering legislationpure and simple, a feel-good law to please urbanleft-liberal voters, but without any practicalnecessity or credible rationales.”
  • DHS-Funded Course Asks Cops If They WillConfiscate Guns From ChristiansKurt NimmoInfowars.comApril 10, 2013Colorado troopers trained to consider Christians as dangerous terrorists.Bob Livingston of Personal Liberty Digest has posted an email written by Colorado Undersheriff RonTrowbridge.In the email sent to a blogger, Trowbridge describes how Christians and so-called sovereign citizens areactively demonized by the government and troopers are trained to consider them dangerous, eventerrorists.The letter was also posted on the Red Statements website on April 5.Trooper Joe Kluczynski, a CSP analyst with the Colorado Information Analysis Center, used trainingmaterials provided by the Department of Homeland Security.Infowars.com has documented how the DHS works hand-in-hand with the Southern Poverty LawCenter and the Anti-Defamation League, two organizations that specialize in churning out propagandadesigned to demonize and marginalize patriot and constitutional groups.DHS boss Janet Napolitano showered kudos on the ADL during a conference held in early 2009. “Inrecent years, the Department has placed our employees in your advanced training school to educate uson the tactics used by extremists and terrorists,” Napolitano told conferees.In March, the Southern Poverty Law Center sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder andDepartment of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano urging the federal government toestablish a task force to investigate the supposed domestic terror threat posed by the likes of Alex
  • Jones, We Are Change, Oath Keepers, theConstitution Party, the Tyranny Response Teamand thousands of other Americans who darequestion the government.On April 8, Michael Snyder wrote about a U.S.Army Reserve training presentation that labeledevangelic Christians as “religious extremists”and Christian organizations as “hate groups.”“Topping the list is Evangelical Christianity,”Fox News wrote about the presentation. “Otherorganizations listed included Catholicism, AlQaeda, Hamas, the Ku Klux Klan, SunniMuslims, and Nation of Islam.”According to Undersheriff Ron Trowbridge’semail, the DHS-funded Colorado InformationAnalysis Center training session not only toldtroopers Christians pose a threat to lawenforcement, but also asked if they wouldconfiscate firearms if ordered to do so.Trowbridge’s email follows. It was sent onFriday, April 5:On April 1, 2013 I attended training in LaJunta, Colorado hosted by the Colorado StatePatrol (CSP). The training was from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm and covered two topics, Sovereign Citizens,and Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs. I was pretty familiar with motorcycle gangs but since we often dealwith the so-called sovereign citizen groups I was interested to see what they had to say. The groupconsisted of police officers, deputies, and CSP troopers. There were about 20 people in attendance.Trooper Joe Kluczynski taught a 2-hour section on sovereign citizens. Kluczynski spent most of his twohours focusing on how, in his view and apparently the view of Homeland Security, people turn to thesovereign citizen movement. Kluczynski started off by saying there are probably some sovereigncitizens in this room and gave a generalized list of those groups that have sovereign citizen views.Among those groups, Kluczynski had listed, were those who believe America was founded on godlyprinciples, Christians who take the Bible literally, and “fundamentalists”. Kluczynski did not explainwhat he meant by “fundamentalists” but from the context it was clear he was referring again to thosewho took the Bible literally or “too seriously.” While Kluczynski emphasized that sovereign citizens have a right to their beliefs, he was clearly teaching that the groups he had listed should be watched by law enforcement and should be treated with caution because of their potential to assault law enforcement. Kluczynski explained why he believed these groups were dangerous saying they were angry over the election of a black president. When someone in the group suggested the failing economy was probably much more to blame, Kluczynski
  • intimated that those who arenot going along with thechanges in America will need tobe controlled by lawenforcement. Kluczynski evenlater questioned some of thetroopers present if they werewilling and prepared toconfiscate “illegal” weapons ifordered to.Kluczynski’s assignment withthe CSP was an Analyst for theColorado Information AnalysisCenter, (CIAC). CIAC isfunded by Homeland Securityfunds and run by the CSP.Kluczynski said he gets hisinformation from theDepartment of HomelandSecurity. Kluczynski said hewas leaving the CSP at the endof that week (March 29, 2013)to begin his new career withHomeland Security. I thoughthe was perfect for the job.Ron TrowbridgeUndersheriffProwers County Sheriff’s OfficeThe Colorado State Police subsequently issued a statement downplaying Trowbridge’s description.Sergeant Mike Baker, a public information officer with the CSP, told The Blaze that Trowbridge’saccusation about the content of the training presentation was not substantiated by others in attendance.“A law enforcement training class offered by the Colorado State Patrol on April 1, 2013, insoutheastern Colorado has come under scrutiny from one of its attendees, a local county undersheriff,”the release states. “The specific assertion was that the Colorado State Patrol would target members ofcertain religious or political ideologies.”The CPS statement claims officials had spoken with “several officers who attended this same training”and they did not interpret Kluczynski’s presentation in the same light as Trowbridge.“We regret that he misrepresented the training material in a way that clearly is not the position of theColorado State Patrol,” the release states. http://www.infowars.com/
  • intimated that those who arenot going along with thechanges in America will need tobe controlled by lawenforcement. Kluczynski evenlater questioned some of thetroopers present if they werewilling and prepared toconfiscate “illegal” weapons ifordered to.Kluczynski’s assignment withthe CSP was an Analyst for theColorado Information AnalysisCenter, (CIAC). CIAC isfunded by Homeland Securityfunds and run by the CSP.Kluczynski said he gets hisinformation from theDepartment of HomelandSecurity. Kluczynski said hewas leaving the CSP at the endof that week (March 29, 2013)to begin his new career withHomeland Security. I thoughthe was perfect for the job.Ron TrowbridgeUndersheriffProwers County Sheriff’s OfficeThe Colorado State Police subsequently issued a statement downplaying Trowbridge’s description.Sergeant Mike Baker, a public information officer with the CSP, told The Blaze that Trowbridge’saccusation about the content of the training presentation was not substantiated by others in attendance.“A law enforcement training class offered by the Colorado State Patrol on April 1, 2013, insoutheastern Colorado has come under scrutiny from one of its attendees, a local county undersheriff,”the release states. “The specific assertion was that the Colorado State Patrol would target members ofcertain religious or political ideologies.”The CPS statement claims officials had spoken with “several officers who attended this same training”and they did not interpret Kluczynski’s presentation in the same light as Trowbridge.“We regret that he misrepresented the training material in a way that clearly is not the position of theColorado State Patrol,” the release states. http://www.infowars.com/