Harry Reid: We don’t have the Right to Arm ourselves Against the Government

Harry Reid: We don’t have the right to arm ourselves against the Government

By Albert N. Milliron

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) said that he will support the Assault Weapon Ban against what he calls conspiracy theorists, black helicopters and false flags:

“I’ll vote for the ban because saving the lives of police officers, young and old, and innocent civilians, young and old, is more important than preventing imagined tyranny,”

infringersI believe that as Americans, we have a right to arm ourselves against criminals, but we don’t need the ability to arm ourselves against the army or the police. The United States military is not out to get us. Federal law enforcement, local police departments are not out to get us. These conspiracy theories are dangerous and they should be put to rest.”

“I’ll vote for the ban because maintaining the law and order is more important than satisfying conspiracy theorists who believe in black helicopters and false flags,” he said.

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  1. Most, if not all, 2nd Amendment protectors are concerned with the very real threat of DEMOCIDE—murder by government. There have been over 260 million documented murders by government in the 20th century and the Department of Homeland Security has been buying firearms, billions of rounds of uber-destructive ammunition and furnishing Federal Government workers with targets depicting regular people (rather than the standard “terrorist” targets) like pregnant women, old men, children holding what looks like guns and other folks in an in-home setting.

    The intent of the Second Amendment has ALWAYS been to protect citizens from a tyrannical government. Our right to keep and bear arms does not come to us UNDER the 2nd Amendment. The 2nd Amendment RESTRICTS the government from infringing on our inalienable, natural right to keep and bear arms. The Bill of Rights does not give us any rights whatsoever, but what it does do is plainly state what natural birthrights we have that our government is restricted from attacking. Ayn Rand warned, “Potentially, a government is the most dangerous threat to man’s rights: it holds a legal monopoly on the use of physical force against legally disarmed victims.” In drafting our Constitution, our forefathers forestalled this threat by insuring that U.S. citizens did not become “legally disarmed victims”.

    If you can convince us, Mr. Reid, that all the weaponry purchased by the DHS is NOT for domestic use, and Mr. Obama did NOT ask the U.S. military if they would be willing to fire upon U.S. citizens, and Mr. Obama did NOT consistently lie to the American people, and Mr. Obama does NOT invite known terrorists into our White House–we would STILL not give up our RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS.

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