Sunday, April 23, 2017

National Rifle Association

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Thursday, the Republican-led House of Representatives voted to repeal one of Obama’s gun regulations.

The House ended the regulation that requires the Social Security Administration to reveal mental illness information to the national gun background check system.

Obama put the regulation into place in the finals days of his administration and now Trump has rolled it back.

Now those that the Social Security Administration incapable of managing their own disability benefits due to mental illness can now get a gun. On the surface it sounds like it is logical, but the devil is in the details.

Obama’s regulation did not allow for any due process. If you were on the list that blocked you from getting a gun, then there was no way to get off. The regulation also received criticism for being too broad and limiting people that should not be eliminated.

In a rare moment in history, the National Rifle Association and the American Civil Liberties Union both agree that the rule cast too large of a net to be legal. Both groups opposed the regulation.

Even though the rule had opposition from all sides, there is no doubt social media and the liberal media will fan the “Trump” hate with jokes about him “finally being able to buy a gun.” Or worse, just plain hysteria without facts.

We are living in an interesting time and there are a lot of people spending their days hating Trump. Trump gives them a lot of ammo, but this gun regulation by Obama limited the Constitutional rights of many Americans. Trump is standing up for the Constitution. That is all we can hope for.

What do you think about Trump changing Obama’s gun regulation? Let us know in the comments below.

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NRA

On Friday Trump spoke to a forum put on buy the political wing of the National Rifle Association, and won over the powerful group.

In his speech to gun enthusiasts, Donald Trump made it clear that he is pro 2nd Amendment and Hillary was not.

In one of his most poignant speeches yet, Donald took the opportunity to speak to the group of NRA supporters about guns and attack Hillary at the same time.

Trump started off by saying he’s beating Hillary in all the polls , but then went on to discuss why guns are important to him. He spoke of the Paris attacks and how 130 people died because nobody was able to shoot back.

Of course he mentioned the fact that Obama and Hillary don’t want to call terrorists Muslim Extremists.

Trump talked about Gun Free Zones and said he would get rid of them. He called Hillary the most anti-gun person to run for president ever and said she wants to abolish the 2nd Amendment.

The crowd of NRA fans ate it up, and at the end of the day he walked out with the endorsement of the National Rifle Association. This is probably the single largest endorsement he could get from any group in America.

Here is the entire speech.

What did you think of his speech and the endorsement of the NRA? Let us know in the comments below.

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Closing out his eight-year reign, President Obama is starting his final year with a bold move this coming Thursday.

On Monday, the White House announced a town hall hosted by CNN in non-other than Fairfax, Virginia – home to the headquarters of the National Rifle Association.

The townhall will also take place during the first board meeting of the NRA for 2016.

Rumors have circulated for weeks that Obama would use executive powers to enact gun control during his final year.

The first action leaked that would require casual gun sellers to register with the ATF.

Other actions are rumored to include ammunition control, supply manipulation and prohibiting the personal manufacturing of so-called “Ghost Guns.”

Obama’s townhall on Thursday will serve as the stepping off point for a year long campaign to limit the 2nd Amendment and remove firearms from the hands of law-abiding citizens.

CNN, serving as the event’s host in conjunction with George Mason University, will place Anderson Cooper as the moderator and allow questions from the audience.

Note that audience members of presidential events must be vetted for “security” 24 to 48 hours in advance.

White House officials say that Thursday’s event will focus on closing the so-called “gun show loophole” and will correspond with Obama’s executive action to require sellers to go through an bureaucratic quagmire of forms and inspections to become licensed with the ATF. The move would also require any sales made by casual “dealers” to include background checks of buyers.

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