Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Gun Rights Battle Could Result In A Second American Revolution Over Gun Control By Feds

Stephen Halbrook, Judge Jeannie and David Clarke Jr.

Mexico wanted the U.S. to have all American gun owners register their weapons all along the bordertowns and turn over the list to Mexican feds in order to help trace weapons entering their country and used in homicides.

By H. Nelson Goodson
January 22, 2014

Washington, D.C. - In February 2013, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. during the Judge Jeannie's "Justice" segment on Fox News warned of a second American Revolution over gun control. Mexico also wanted the Obama's administration to push for gun registration along all the U.S. bordertowns that included California, New Mexico, Arizona and Texas, and to turn over the American gun ownership list to Mexico in order to make it easier to trace guns. But, Mexico hasn't pushed to get answers from the U.S. feds about the U.S. government running illegal guns into Mexico that resulted with the U.S. DOJ Fast and Furious scandal. Those weapons were turned over to drug cartels and then were used to killed countless of Mexican nationals and several U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U.S. Border Patrol agents. No fed or U.S. Attorney involved in that scandal have ever been prosecuted or brought to justice.
Some states and local governments have passed laws and ordinances for gun control. In Illinois, a conceal carry law was approved in 2013, and recently a federal judge ruled that the City of Chicago had violated the constitutional rights of its citizens by barring gun sales by dealers within its city limits. Chicago would also have to comply with allowing its citizens to carry conceal weapons.
In 2013, New York passed a law that prohibits high capacity rounds and only 10 round clips are legal, but magazines can only be loaded with seven rounds or face a misdemeanor charge. All assault rifles have to be registered with the state.
In December 2013, New York City police began enforcing their own 2010 city ordinance that prohibits shotguns and long rifles of holding more than five rounds. In Nov. 2013, police send out about 500 letter notices to gun owners requiring them to comply. Police began to confiscate the weapons, unless they were altered to hold only five rounds, surrendered to a local police station or taken out of the city limits.

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