Saturday, April 27, 2013

California, When Gun Confiscation Starts, Don’t Let Them In The Door

California inched closer to passing a gun confiscation bill last week. The bill returns to the Senate for some “non-controversial” amendments and then goes to the desk of Governor Brown. What the people of California need to realize is that this is all a formality. The gun confiscation is already happening and will continue. This legislation would only provide more money to expedite the process.

With all of the major news stories this legislation has been largely unnoticed in the media. What I want all of our readers to understand is that what is happening in California, and will continue to happen, is only happening because people do not know and understand their rights.

The thing that you must understand is that this bill deals with a type of gun confiscation that happens without warrants. Let me quote a Huffington Post article which appeared late last week:

“California is the only U.S. state where law enforcement officials confiscate guns from the homes of individuals not legally permitted to own them. Because gun-confiscating agents do not obtain search warrants, their job involves convincing people to let them into their homes and hand over their guns. If an individual does turn over a gun, he or she can be arrested on suspicion of illegally owning a firearm.”
Really? Is this one of the craziest things you have ever heard in your life? This paragraph shocked me.

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Related Link: Gun Registration is Gun Confiscation


Wireless.Phil said...

No photos or videos either?

Claim filed in filmed police showdown over cellphone
Adam Pringle says First Amendment rights violated

SAN DIEGO - A viral video of a showdown between a San Diego police officer and an Escondido man over a cellphone has launched a national debate over shooting video in public.

Dean Weingarten said...

The First Circuit has already ruled that videotaping police in the public performance of their duties is a First Amendment right.

Maybe the 9th will do the same.