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One off the two main common arguments used to push for more gun control is that these laws are needed to keep guns out of the hands of people who should not be in possession of them, referring to criminals and people who pose a threat to others or to themselves.

Yet, every day, the news is filled with reports of arrests of convicted felons who are illegally in possession of firearms.

Such is one case from Niles, Michigan where five people (on parole or probation) were arrested for illegal possession of firearms along with drugs, once again demonstrating that one of the main arguments for gun controls simply isn’t valid and it doesn’t work.

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(WNDU) – Five people were arrested Thursday afternoon on various charges related to possession of drugs and firearms in Niles.

The arrests were made around 12:21 p.m. in the 1300 block of Marion Street and the 500 block of Cherry Street, according to a release issued Friday.

In total, police found four guns (three handguns and a rifle), three different substances suspected to be illegal drugs and $2,530 in cash.

The Niles Police Detective Bureau reportedly received information about probationers and parolees in possession of firearms. Detectives sought and received a search warrant for a home in the 1300 block of Marion, and evidence discovered there reportedly led them to the residence in the 500 block of Cherry.

Upon arrival at the Marion Street residence, police found 20-year-old Juwan Milons, 26-year-old Jalissa Woodson and a 50-year-old woman, all of Niles. Police searched the residence and reportedly found guns, heroin and cash…

It seems more than a bit naïve of Democrats to expect criminals to obey their stupid gun control laws. It’s also proves a point of hypocrisy among liberals as many argue that once a felon has done his or her time, they should have their rights restored. Some are pushing laws to restore the voting rights of thousands of felons, but none of the same Democrats ever push to restore their right to own and possess a firearm. It’s only the rights that will help them win elections and has nothing to do with what is wrong or right.

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