November 23, 2017

Day 42 – No Executive Orders

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42 Days! A pair of dice has 42 dots on them. Perhaps 42 is significant in that President Obama rolled the dice 42 days ago when he pretended to be signing 23 executive orders about gun rights, gun control, gun bans and gun confiscation. I also think the dice he rolled were loaded to come up on “snake eyes” every time. He is a crook, a criminal, a common street thug who has deceived the people, while exploiting young and innocent children to promote his goal of creating civil unrest, that will lead to street uprisings and violence…..by his design.

Nothing has been posted on the White House website about any executive orders concerning guns. Why do we allow this man to do this?

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Remember V.P. Joe Biden gave a woman advice to go out and buy a double-barrel shotgun if she wants protection? He even told her to do as he had instructed his wife to do if she suspected any trouble at home: Just walk out on the balcony and fire off that shotgun a couple of times and she would scare away any intruders. Is that good advice? Is Joe smarter than your average vice president? Or is he………well, never mind. Watch the video below and then ask yourself if giving that kind of advice to women in general is a very good idea.

In this article found on Wired, discover why the AR-15 is more than just a “black” rifle, a so-called assault rifle, that only military personnel should own. Great read and very informational.

The New York Times runs an article about how mandatory gun insurance would be a means of gun control (people control). Aside from the fact that an insurance policy that some believe would create more responsible gun ownership (ask that of the damned murdering thugs in Chicago), it is a false flag. Policies would be narrowly defined and cover very little. In addition, mandatory insurance, contrary to what the out of touch people proposing this act say, would infringe severely on a person’s Second Amendment right to bear arms. But most importantly, would do not a thing to curb gun violence. Punishing innocent people has no effect on criminals and mentally deranged people.

The article states that most mandatory insurance costs would “around $200 to $300 per year”, (and we should believe them because?). Such an added cost, for those of us who live paycheck to paycheck, is difficult to come by and would then create two or more scenarios. One, a person’s right to keep and bear arms has been snatched away by the elite ruling class, making it a privileged (money) right and, two, many people would become instant criminals because they would NOT buy the insurance and would hide their guns.

But this IS all about people control isn’t it. Thus the proposal for mandatory insurance.

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