Going After our Guns is the “One Thing” Obama Still Wants to Do


Barack Hussein Obama has been relentless since he has been in office about trying to push more gun control laws, which are attacks on the Second Amendment. After every mass shooting that has occurred in America, he has come out to advance what is ultimately a gun confiscation agenda. It happened in October after the Umpqua Community College Shooting, which occurred in a gun free zone (where 92% of mass shootings occur). Now, Obama is cited in a Democrat Party email that went out over the weekend as saying that the one thing he has been unable to attack successfully has been the Second Amendment, but it’s “one thing” he still wants to do.

While I grant he doesn’t use the words “going after guns” or “attack the Second Amendment,” his actions are exactly that, since Congress has not been given authority to legislate on arms. Also, since Congress is the only body given legislative power, that means the federal courts don’t have that authority and neither does the Executive Branch.

“We have not gone more than eight days without a mass shooting in this country this year,” Obama begins in the email. “That means that each week, more families are grieving, more communities are being pieced back together. As a nation, we’re holding everyone affected by these heartbreaking events in our prayers.”

First, thing we need to ask is for Obama to provide us the statistics to make his point. The second thing that needs to be examined is whether or not those shootings occurred in gun free zones or in areas with strict gun control laws.

Continues on EagleRising

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