Obama & CT governor Malloy move against 2nd Amendment gun rights

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Obama has said gun control tops his agenda for his remaining time in office.

So it shouldn’t be surprising that he and his cronies are ratcheting up gun-control rhetoric and policy-moves.

Yesterday, the liberal magazine New Republic saw fit to publish a pro-gun control article titled, “It’s time to ban guns. Yes, all of them“.

The same day, the Obama White House is reported to be “finalizing” an executive order to expand background checks on gun sales without Congress’ approval.

Valerie Jarrett

The AP reports that at a vigil Wednesday (Dec. 9) evening for the alleged victims of the alleged Sandy Hook school shootingWhite House adviser Valerie Jarrett said Obama has asked his team to complete the executive order and submit it for his review “in short order.” She said the recommendations will include measures to expand background checks.

After the mass shooting in Roseburg, Oregon, Obama said his team was looking for ways to tighten gun laws without a vote in Congress. White House officials have said they’re exploring closing the so-called “gun show loophole” that allows people to buy weapons at gun shows and online without a background check.

Dannel Malloy hugs Obama

Meanwhile, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy of Connecticut — the same state wherein the alleged Sandy Hook school massacre occurred — announced yesterday that he would sign an executive order barring people on federal terrorism watch lists from buying firearms in Connecticut.

Elizabeth A. Harris reports for the New York Times, Dec. 10, 2015, that Malloy said Connecticut would become the first state in the nation to have such a measure.

Malloy, a Democrat, said, “Like all Americans, I have been horrified by the recent terrorist attacks in San Bernardino and Paris. This should be a wake-up call to all of us. This is a moment to seize in America — and today I’m here to say that we in Connecticut are seizing it.”

Malloy said that across America, people on terrorism watch lists tried to buy guns and explosives 2,233 times between 2004 and 2014, according to FBI data. They succeeded 2,043 times. Malloy said, “I have previously written to Congress on this matter. But inaction is not an option. So here in Connecticut, we are acting.”

Connecticut already has some of the strictest gun laws in the country, including measures enacted in 2013 after the alleged Sandy Hook massacre. But on the federal or national level, mass shootings have failed to prompt any action on guns.

On Sunday, Dec. 6, in a televised address to American on the threat of terrorism, Obama called for federal regulations that would bar those on the federal no-fly list from buying guns: “What could possibly be the argument for allowing a terrorist suspect to buy a semiautomatic weapon? This is a matter of national security.”

All of which led Texas police chief Randy Kennedy to issue a warning to Obama that trying to disarm Americans would “cause a revolution in this country”.

David Warren reports for the AP that Randy Kennedy, longtime chief in the small East Texas town of Hughes Springs, about 120 miles east of Dallas, says in a video posted this week on his personal Facebook page that the Second Amendment was established to protect people from criminals, terrorists, as wel as “against a government that has overreached its power.”

Addressing Obama, Kennedy says, “You are not our potentate, sir. You are our servant.” To the resident of Hughes Springs, Kennedy urges them to prepare themselves: “Be ready when the wolf comes to the door, because it’s on its way.”

Kennedy said his call to arms was the result of his disappointment with Obama’s Oval Office speech Sunday in which the president vowed the U.S. will overcome a new phase of the terror threat that seeks to “poison the minds” of people here and around the world. The police chief told The Associated Press on Wednesday that he’s not asking residents to turn into vigilantes or “become super action heroes.”

Kennedy said feedback on his video has been supportive for the most part, although “There have been a few extremely nasty comments, calling me basically a backwoods redneck hick creating monsters that don’t exist.”

John Moritz, spokesman for the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas, said he assumes the comments from Kennedy, the Texas chief, reflect the views held in his community. But Moritz said caution should be used when giving such instructions to people who have no law enforcement training: “Most times citizens are going to be best served and best protected by calling trained law enforcement officers whenever they feel their lives or property are in danger.”

Law enforcement officials in Arizona, Florida and New York also have recently prompted citizens to arm themselves – some using similar comments aimed at terrorism:

  1. Wayne Ivey, the sheriff in Brevard County, Florida, said in a video post on the department’s Facebook page over the weekend that political leaders appear more interested in being politically correct than protecting people. He urged residents to arm themselves as a first line of defense against an active shooter because “The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.”
  2. Another Florida sheriff,  in Hendry County, this week encouraged more people to carry weapons because “we as a nation are under attack by radical Islamic terrorists.”
  3. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Arizona issued a statement Tuesday asking “legally armed citizens to take a stand, and take action during a mass shooting/terrorist event until law enforcement arrives.”
  4. And last week, Ulster County Sheriff Paul Van Blarcum in upstate New York called for licensed gun owners in his county to arm themselves when leaving home, citing mass shootings in Paris and San Bernardino, California.

The FBI said last week that it processed a record number of firearms background checks on Black Friday, the busy shopping time the day after Thanksgiving. The agency processed 185,345 background checks – roughly two per second – the same day that three people were killed and nine others wounded in an attack at a Planned Parenthood office in Colorado.

The previous record for the most background checks in a single day was Dec. 21, 2012, about a week after Sandy Hook. In total, the FBI processed 953,613 gun background checks in the week after the alleged school massacre.

H/t FOTM’s Anon and “Barry Soetoro, Esq.”

For all the posts FOTM has published on Sandy Hook, go here.

After offering it for sale for about a month, Amazon.com banned Nobody Died at Sandy Hook — a book co-edited by Professor James Fetzer, with contributors who include Professor James Tracy, Dr. Eowyn, and other professionals. In order that Americans know the truth about Sandy Hook, the book is now available for free to anyone to read. To read/download the book in PDF format, click here: NobodyDiedAtSandyHook.

If you want a hard copy (sure to be a collector’s item!), Fetzer found an alternative printer/distributor for Nobody Died at Sandy Hook — Moon Rock Books. Click here. Check it out and let others know. The pdf will remain available to the public for free.

~Eowyn

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20 responses to “Obama & CT governor Malloy move against 2nd Amendment gun rights

  1. (VIDEO) Watch CT Governor MALLOY LIE about Sandy Hoax. Wolfgang Halbig shows up at Malloy’s CT office, and THIS happens:

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    • Pretty amazing considering, wasn’t Holder that had a meeting with him the month before?
      Wouldn’t you love to have access to all his bank accounts?
      And that they were advertising the event back in Sept as a government..op to happen.

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      • I need to add to this video of the Gov. The “event” was so stressful and sad, he stood there with his hands in his pockets. Who does that under those conditions? He sent out a different message on that posture.

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  2. How many (fake) shootings must Obama stage — before we let him take our guns?

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  3. Every single event, every shooting, is as much a fake, fraud, or act of government intrigue, as the fraud obama, and his voter frauded illegal occupation of our white house.

    Only the ignorant, liars, or cowards, refer to obama as president.

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  4. At best, Valerie Jarrett is to Obama what Edward M. House was to Woodrow Wilson–a deceitful, secret-society advisor that formulated the League of Nations which would later be reinstituted as the UN.

    At worst, Jarrett is Obama’s Jezebel, as Jezebel was the chief advisor to the weak-willed Ahab in the years preceeding Israel’s fall due to God’s O.T. judgment upon that nation. See I Kgs. 21 for more details.

    There’s nothing new about UN Agenda 21 (now renamed Agenda 2030) that hasn’t taken place in past history.

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  5. the Constitution should be the bed this country rests on….not the EOs of obama

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  6. I am all for banning guns of all types by the citizenry… including the police, CIA, FBI and all the other so-called security agencies… as well as the Army, Navy and USAF… and not forgetting Obomber’s personal bogyguard, err… bodyguard, and of course, disarming the Tom cat next door to the White House, which regularly shoots down birds for sport. Although that will make little Tom a bit unhappy. Can’t have an unhappy Tom!
    Oh, um… on second thoughts, disarming America in toto may not be a good idea after all. Because America’s economy is based upon armaments manufacturing and selling them to the world to make more wars.
    Perhaps it would be cheaper to create a second American Revolution and sack the entire government. That will be the death knell of future false flag terrorist murders. Whoopee!

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  7. “What could possibly be the argument for allowing a terrorist suspect to buy a semiautomatic weapon? This is a matter of national security.” Me thinks Obama was high during Constitutional Law class at Harvard.

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  8. if Obama and his/her henchmen really want to disarm America,how about a test first,just to establish some idea of where that would lead? Since we apparently don’t need guns,why not disarm his Security people? They don’t need guns any more than We The People do. I’m sure they can protect Obama and the rest of this Badministration JUST FINE with nightsticks and whistles-hey England does it that way. If that works out fine for a year,then we can talk. (That’s not to say we’ll CONSIDER any form of disarmament-Guns ARE OUR RIGHT,protected by the Constitution’s Second Amendment and given by God after all.) Have these Gun-grabbers not read the Second Amendment? How can they argue their case when they can’t show me ANYTHING in the Constitution that gives them authority to license,permit,restrict or with hold my Right to own and use ANY guns I choose,including anything equal to the Military’s weaponry,and any American’s Right to make and sell guns,ammunition and accessories for the guns without interfering with the designs involved? The Second Amendment is written as it is for a reason-the Founders knew that gun designs would change and improve over time,and so they didn’t specify any detail beyond the basic idea-it doesn’t change with time passed,it’s still perfectly relevant and needs no further explanation. What part of “SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED” don’t they understand?

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    • And let’s take down the fence around the White House, he does not need the extra protection since he seems to have an aversion for anyone else to have a fence built to protect the governess.
      A hypocrite at best. And no access to the new multi million dollar bunker he built for himself a few years ago.

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  9. Before any revolution can proceed, we first need a revolution in ideas. We need a reawakening of ourselves, of our history and traditions, and at this point, we’re a day late and a dollar short. More people are waking up, but not enough to reach a critical mass. (Certainly the people of Connecticut are comfortable enough not to oust Molloy.)
    It looks to me that Obama & Co. have this whole thing gamed out, but they still can’t move this unmovable obstacle of disarming America. We’re in a state of deadlock, then. Hopefully, they can pull a desperate move that the military can stop. But it looks to me like they already know that.

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  10. He’s a crappy president, but a hell of a gun salesman…

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  11. When seconds count, the police will be there in minutes!

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  12. Our governments first responders; the coroner’s wagon.

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  13. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this incredible post. The current president is behaving as a king, which is why he disregards the U.S. Constitution, including the right to bear arms, the right to defend ourselves. As long as this king is around, we will continue to have serious problems with regard to our rights as American citizens.

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