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    What a difference three years makes.

    The first primary debates showed us just how far the Democratic Party has drifted on Second Amendment rights.
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    Anti-gun politicians once were coy about their goals. President Barack Obama told PBS’s Gwen Ifill during a town hall in 2016, “And at no point have I ever, ever proposed confiscating guns from responsible gun owners. So it's just not true.”

    Now the presumed front-runner, former Vice President Joe Biden has put the entire firearms manufacturing industry in his crosshairs. “Our enemy is the gun manufacturers, not the NRA, the gun manufacturers,” Biden said.
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    Not a single candidate on the stage denounced the comment. Their silence is tacit agreement. Every Democratic candidate is now gunning for an industry that supports 312,000 jobs earning $15.7 billion in wages and has a total economic impact over $52 billion. The firearms industry is an integral contributor to our economy, having paid more than $6.8 billion in total taxes in 2019 alone.
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    Overlooked in the back-and-forth, former Vice President Biden also agreed with the far-fetched notion of mass confiscation of firearms, a plan first proposed by Congressman Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., who is also a candidate for president. Biden said, “I would buy back those weapons.”
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    In fact, not a single person on the stage pushed back against Swalwell’s confiscation plan, a forced surrender under threat of criminal penalty of more than 16 million modern sporting rifles. Swalwell would do this with tax money paid by these gun owners. He once infamously threatened to respond to noncompliance with nuclear weapons.
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    Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., defended firearms confiscation as legal. “That’s not confiscation,” she said. “You would give them the offer to buy back the gun” -- the proverbial offer you can’t refuse."
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  3. My guns stay with me. I don’t care what the Demtards say. You want them you better kill me because that’s the only way you have a chance getting them. The left doesn’t want a civil war, they don’t stand a chance if it comes to that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by elongobardi View Post
    My guns stay with me. I don’t care what the Demtards say. You want them you better kill me because that’s the only way you have a chance getting them. The left doesn’t want a civil war, they don’t stand a chance if it comes to that.


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    It might be to their better health to remember this quote:
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    Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto Quote
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    "You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind each blade of grass."
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    He was referring to our Second amendment Right to 'keep and bear arms', and the fact that any invader would have face an armed, (rural at least), population that would be impossible to control.
    The only easy day was yesterday
    Dedicated to my brother in law who died
    doing what he loved being a Navy SEAL

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