If all the recruiting and training can be accomplished before the 2022 midterms, this new army of agents could be unleashed on the public, or at least a portion of the public, just in time. Could most of the Republican candidates end up defending themselves from charges of tax evasion, improper use of campaign funds, and other tax matters instead of spending their time and resources campaigning? What about all those conservative voters on whom this new army of auditors descends just before election day? Might not happen, but can we trust an organization with a history of being weaponized against the Right?
This morning, thanks to the efforts of “Traitor Thom”, it’s been reported that the surrender talks that had been going nowhere are now back “on track”. Don’t you just love it when our heroes do their level best to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory? This was no mean feat either, most assuredly he had to have seen the coverage of the treatment of Cornyn (RINO -Texas). Knowing that he could be next for the same treatment if word ever got out of his efforts.
When a shooting took place in a Mississippi school a few years ago, the assistant principal ran to his car, grabbed his gun (good thing the gun-grabbers didn’t get there first), and stopped a massacre. He should be commended, not criticized! Every school in America should have a couple of armed teachers or staff, and they should be paid a bonus for being protectors as well as educators.
A house or apartment with a big Rottweiler or Dobermann Pincer? That could certainly deter a burglar. The same can be said regarding a residence with a sophisticated security system. Burglars certainly want to avoid getting bitten by a big dog or having police arrive at the scene of a burglary while it’s in progress. But as much as criminals dislike dog bites and jail time, what deters them most is the prospect of getting their heads blown off in an attempted burglary.
What does correlate with the ’90s mass shooting phenomenon, however, is the greatly increased medicating of children (especially boys) with psychotropic drugs, the intensification of mindless entertainment violence, the Internet’s rise, continued family breakdown, and burgeoning godlessness with its associated moral relativism. Any discussion about reducing crime that doesn’t include these factors simply isn’t serious.
Newsom will force the Supreme Court to weigh written rights against imaginary rights. The right to bear arms is an actual written right. It’s right there in the 2nd Amendment. I double-checked, and it’s really there, clear as day: the right of people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. It can’t get any simpler than that.
The difference is the venue. This was a Hollywood movie set (in New Mexico), not a standard situation such as you and I might find ourselves in. While Alec Baldwin is an experienced actor with many scenes of gunplay within his resume, he’s very much not a proper “gun guy”. I point that out because it’s paramount to the points made below about Hollywood safety protocols that do exist, and why they exist in the way they do.
The reality is that boys could and did carry firearms on New York City subways in the 1940s and ‘50s (they had rifle clubs at school) but can’t today because the people were different back then. Likewise, many people are different in Sweden now — morally, spiritually, philosophically, and culturally — than they were a couple of generations ago.
We have a brand-new public health crisis — gun violence. Now that the last pandemic is dying out, President Asterisk has decreed that people shooting each other is our next pandemic. It turns out murder is not a morality problem, it’s a health problem.
Joe Biden’s executive orders are immoral, unconstitutional, and absolutely ludicrous. No crimes are committed with ghost guns. Red flag laws are a blatant attack on the 2nd Amendment. Gun control not only doesn’t work, but it actually leads to increased crime.