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There has been no shortage of bizarre and outrageous behavior by the liberal left in 2018, especially when it comes to the all important Second Amendment.

Fueled by the false prophets of Parkland, Florida, millennial democrats are growing disruptive in their efforts to shutter the second most important right that we have, as evidenced by its order of inclusion by the Founding Fathers.

Not to mention that these democrats fully understand that they are not asking for a peaceful repeal, as none could ever occur.  By implying that the Second Amendment must go, the left is essentially admitting that they are willing to dissolve our union to get their way.

Now, as David Hogg has instructed, the miscreant masses will do whatever it takes to get the attention they crave, including becoming a nuisance on Capitol Hill, where things are already suffering from a longstanding stagnation.

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Leftist activists participated in “die-ins” targeting Republican lawmakers across the U.S. on Tuesday to display their support for Second Amendment rights while giving a pass to law enforcement agencies whose failures prevented major mass shootings from being stopped.

The leftist protesters, led in part by Parkland activist Matt Deitsch, staged a die-in in Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) office and in Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s office while another group staged a die-in at President Donald Trump’s vacation residence in Florida. The Independent Journal Review reports:

Independent Journal Review asked Deitsch if the activists planned to hold a “die-in” at a place like the Broward County Sheriff’s Office.

In short, no such event will take place at either the Broward County Sheriff’s Office or the Broward County Public School district offices.

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The Die-In’s date was significant as well, as it marked the two year anniversary of the horrific Pulse Nightclub attack in Orlando, Florida.

That attack could have easily been thwarted by the FBI, who not only received a warning about shooter Omar Mateen’s attempt to purchase apocalyptic amounts of ammunition, but also had a plant within the Mateen household for eleven years.




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