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The true nature of the Second Amendment seems to be completely lost on the democratic side of the aisle, who are exploiting an ever-increasing number of tragedies to further their cause.

For the left, the problem is “guns”, of any type.  They love the idea of the police and the military having the ability to use deadly force, and some of them don’t even mind self defense and hunting for civilians.  Unfortunately, that’s usually where the left’s leniency ends.

Once we get into talking about semi automatic rifles that resemble those being issued to our brave men and women of the armed forces, the left’s gaskets begin to blow.  How could we ever need these “weapons of war”?,
they ask.

Then, a breath later, they’ll hint at their secret, perverse fantasy of fomenting a violent revolution in America, without a single thought as to what tools may be necessary for such an endeavor.

Any public servant with that short of sight needs to reevaluate their career choices.

Now, in the uproar over so-called “assault rifles”, California may just take a step too far.

California’s method of registration required for “assault weapons” means soldiers deployed during the registration process were unable to enter their firearms into system.

As a result, those military personnel now run the risk of losing their firearms and could even face criminal charges for possessing unregistered weapons.

The NRA-ILA reports:

“[The] CA DOJ’s chosen method of requiring all applications to be submitted online and include photographs of the firearms has prohibited many members of the military currently on deployment from registering. Because many members of the military were required to leave their personally owned firearms at home while on deployment, they were unable to obtain the required photographs for registration. And for those who somehow managed to obtain the required photographs, they were still faced with CA DOJ’s online registration system consistently crashing.”

Failure to register could lead to criminal charges. And the NRA-ILA makes clear these charges could be felonies.

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Of course, proponents of the Second Amendment will tell you that these registries are indeed an infringement on the right to bear arms itself, and are thusly unconstitutional and void.

 

 

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