In fact what has happened in the 1.3 Trillion dollar spending bill amounts to a complete and total disregard for everything America used to stand for in the past.
There are 10 Glaring issues in this so called spending bill.
here are the two most difficult to understand situations. . .
7) Gun control without due process: Some of you might think I’m being greedy, demanding that “extraneous policies” be placed in a strict appropriations bill. Well, gun control made its way in. They slipped in the “Fix NICS” bill, which pressures and incentivizes state and federal agencies to add more people to the system even though there is already bipartisan recognition that agencies are adding people who should not be on the list, including veterans, without any due process in a court of law. They are passing this bill without the House version of the due process protections and without the promised concealed carry reciprocity legislation. Republicans were too cowardly to have an open debate on such an important issue, so they opted to tack it onto a budget bill, which is simply unprecedented. The bill also throws more funding at “school violence” programs when they refuse to repeal the gun-free zone laws that lie at the root of the problem.
8) More “opioid crisis funding” without addressing the problem: The bill increases funding for “opioid addiction prevention and treatment” by $2.8 billion relative to last year, on top of the $7 billion they already spent in February. This is the ultimate joke of the arsonist pretending to act as the firefighter, because as we’ve chronicled in detail, these funds are being used to clamp down on legitimate prescription painkillers and create a de facto national prescription registry so that government can violate privacy and practice medicine. Meanwhile, the true culprits are illicit drugs and Medicaid expansion, exacerbated by sanctuary cities, as the president observed himself. Yet those priorities are jettisoned from the bill.
This one is scary crazy…
What is happening here is that the CDC has become a political weapon used to fabricate reports that fail to accurately compile scientific information instead “Lumping” all statistics together as if they are the same.
So now were going to spend Billions of dollars fighting doctors, patients, old people, sick and dying people…
Does that sound like the kind of thing that you voted Donald Trump as president to preside over?
If you have ever thought about that moment when you go from being someone that just thinks its ok for only some people to own guns to what it means to really need that second amendment then this is for you.
You see it is not just about being able to hire someone to stand guard over you and your loved ones.
Because not everyone can afford that kind of protection.
What is truly sad is all those people in congress that tend to think that you and your loved ones do not deserve to be protected.
That is what the truth is. You might go your entire life never needing the protection and the safety of owning a firearm.
IF one day though you do need that protection it is something that is definitely worth the time and investment of owning and learning how to use a weapon.
WE know that we cannot always count on law enforcement or a neighbor to be in the right place at the right time to come in and save the day or the girl for that matter.
The real truth about defending your life and your family is that the police as much as they would like to be able to come in and save you and your family are not likely to be waiting outside your home to help you when you need it.
We have some great men and woman who are in law enforcement that are willing to put their lives on the line to keep you safe but the fact remains that they cannot be everywhere all at the same time.
If someone is obviously mentally ill enough to be a risk to himself and others as well as the community then why did law enforcement respond to this alleged shooter’s address so many times and yet there was still no action taken… Continue reading “failure to protect”
Or is it just for the few that can afford to have armed guards follow them around everywhere they go?
Should Americans be forced to submit to subjective criteria on who is deserving of constitutional and legal protections?
Should we say that based on what we believe is a risk you will be required to turn in your guns because we have determined that you may be a risk. WE do not have to prove that you may be a risk we just have to believe it might be possible.
WE might even begin to say that you fit into a certain group or class of citizens that might one day become a risk…