Conservatives like to hold onto the belief that America is still our country. Yet recent events tell us that is not so. It has already turned the corner toward communism and socialism. The only difference between the two is the methods to accomplish the same end.
While we all look for collusion between Russia and Trump during the 2016 elections, we ignore the ample evidence of interference between the DNC, and Hillary campaigns and Ukraine. And the colossal interference in our elections by George Soros.
We ignore or at least do nothing about bringing those in high positions to justice that are in the FBI, DOJ, Congress, the FISA court and Homeland Security sought to and still actively advocate the overthrow of a legitimately elected President.
Not one of these actors has to been brought to justice for their crimes against the Republic. James Comey still walks free as does Lois Lerner, Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch, John Owen Brennan, Strzok and Paige, and James Clapper who has admitted to lying to Congress. All of whom should be behind bars.
Brennan was / is a card carrying communist and Obama placed this man as the head of the CIA. Wiki states “During his application he admitted during a lie-detector test that he had voted for the Communist Party candidate four years earlier. “ Not to mention the crimes committed by Hillary Clinton in soliciting the salacious and discredited Steele Dossier and her selling U.S. uranium to Russia after her Clinton Foundation received $145 million in donations and speaker fees from Russian sources and Uranium One investors while Hillary was Secretary of State (https://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/russia-scandal-is-real-involves-hillary-clinton/). Yet Hillary (or Killary as she is so unaffectionately called) still walks free.
While Democrats say that Trump is not above the law, they excuse their own outrageous behavior and illegal acts.
THE BUYING OF POLITICIANS
The Washington Times reported in 2011 that Soros and other wealthy left wing businessmen began “buying” Secretary State elections and got 11 of 18 Secretary of State candidates elected to whom they made large donations.
The Secretary of State Project (SOSP) began in 2006 to get Democrats elected to key governmental positions like Secretary of State who oversaw close elections and could make crucial decisions that could change the outcome of an election. Not only did they have the power to do this, but they could also ignore blatant voter fraud that by law, their office was charged with investigating.
According tot he Washington Times, the SOSP web site states “Any serious commitment to wresting control of the country from the Republican Party must include removing their political operatives from deciding who can vote and whose votes will count,” the group said on its website, accusing some Republican secretaries of state of making “partisan decisions. “
The group has no upper limit on the amount they are able to donate to a candidate thanks to section of 527 of the IRS code. A loophole that allows unregulated soft money to flow to candidates Source: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/jun/23/section-527-works-to-seat-liberals-as-election-ove/” )
FAST FORWARD VIRGINIA 2019 – 2020
From public filings we know that left wing Emily’s list pumped $1.5 million to pro-abortion Democrats in 2019. And Soro’s organization The Democracy Pac dumped $350 Million to Planned Parenthood who in turn donated to pro abortion Democrats. Every Town For Gun Safety an anti-Second Amendment group (formerly the Brady Group) ran a $500,000 ad campaign that targeted 19 Republican legislators.
The upshot is that the legislature did flip to Democrats. With a Democrat governor (Ralph Northam) there is nothing stopping the elected leftists from passing Draconian gun control laws targeting law abiding gun owners. And target they did.
Senate Bill 35 – allows for localities to establish “gun free zones” around public buildings and parks. Gutting the states preemption law.
Ssenate Bill 69 – One gun a month bill. Limits an individual from purchasing more than one gun a month.
Senate Bill 70 – would effectively ban private sales of firearms. Or even loaning a firearm to a hunting partner or conceivably a family member.
Senate Bill 240 – Red Flag bill – no due process and allows anyone to make unfounded accusations against another person and have the court terminate their 2nd Amendment rights.
An assault weapons bill to ban so called assault weapons died in committee. But watch – proponents have vowed to bring it back.
The NRA has a more complete list: “Senate Bill 1008, sponsored by Senator Adam Ebbin (D-30), and Senate Bill 1163, sponsored by Senator Richard Saslaw (D-35), contain very broad and overreaching language to ban items that increase the rate of fire of semi-automatic rifles, but do not fundamentally alter the way they operate. It could be interpreted to ban firearm modifications such as match grade triggers, muzzle brakes, and ergonomic changes that are commonly done by law-abiding gun owners to make their firearms more suitable for a variety of lawful purposes.
Senate Bill 1084, sponsored by Senator David Marsden (D-37), would impose a vague and unpredictable standard of firearm storage upon law-abiding citizens and make them civilly liable for injury resulting from actions by a criminal who acquires a firearm stored in a non-compliant manner.
Senate Bill 1096, sponsored by Senator Janet Howell (D-32), would restrict the ability of young people to use firearms for lawful purposes and increase penalties on adults who violate it.
Senate Bill 1162, sponsored by Senator Richard Saslaw (D-35), would criminalize private firearm transfers and deny adults under the age of 21 their Second Amendment rights by prohibiting them from purchasing firearms.
Senate Bill 1164, sponsored by Senator Saslaw, and Senate Bill 1454 , sponsored by Senator Louise Lucas (D-18), would criminalize private firearm transfers.
Senate Bill 1303, sponsored by Senator Edwards (D-21), would allow local governments to prohibit law-abiding citizens from carrying firearms for self-defense at meetings of the local government body.
Senate Bill 1324, sponsored by Senator Jennifer McClellan (D-9), would further victimize law-abiding gun owners who suffer loss or theft of their firearms if they do not report them within a certain time.
Senate Bill 1446, sponsored by Senator Mamie Locke (D-2), would reinstate a handgun rationing law that was in place from 1993 until it was repealed in 2012. It would limit handgun purchases to one per 30 day period.
Senate Bill 1458, sponsored by Senator George Barker (D-39), would allow for individuals to be stripped of their Second Amendment rights without due process on baseless accusations.
Senate Bill 1473, sponsored by Senator Creigh Deeds (D-25), would allow local governments to suspend Second Amendment rights at public events.
Senate Bill 1482, sponsored by Senator Deeds, would add Albemarle county and the City of Charlottesville to the jurisdictions in which law-abiding citizens are not allowed to carry certain firearms without a concealed carry permit.
House Militia, Police and Public Safety Committee – Subcommittee #1
House Bill 1654, sponsored by Delegate Sam Rasoul (D-11), would prohibit law-abiding citizens from carrying long guns in certain jurisdictions without a concealed carry permit.
House Bill 1856, sponsored by Delegate Delores McQuinn (D-70), would allow local governments to prohibit law-abiding citizens from defending themselves while visiting public libraries.
House Bill 1992, sponsored by Delegate Cia Price (D-95), would allow local governments to enact their own gun control ordinances, potentially resulting in a patchwork of laws and the Second Amendment not being equally protected across the state.
House Bill 1644, sponsored by Delegate Jeffrey Bourne (D-71), would further victimize law-abiding gun owners who suffer loss or theft of their firearms if they do not report them within a certain time.
House Bill 1691, sponsored by Delegate Marcus Simon (D-53), is a vaguely worded attempt at banning “undetectable firearms” already banned under federal law. It would likely ban many commonly owned firearms made with modern materials that are not actually undetectable.
House Bill 1763, sponsored by Delegate Rip Sullivan (D-48), would allow for individuals to be stripped of their Second Amendment rights without due process on baseless accusations.
House Bill 1899, sponsored by Delegate John Bell (D-87), would remove the option for conceal carry permit applicants to use an online or video instruction course to satisfy the training requirement.
House Bill 1956, sponsored by Delegate David Toscano (D-57), would allow local governments to suspend Second Amendment rights at public events.
House Bill 1957, sponsored by Delegate Toscano, would allow courts to restrict the self-defense rights of parents who have a child in their household found to be needing services or who is a status offender.
House Bill 2244, sponsored by Delegate Sullivan, would expand the misdemeanor offenses that would result in a loss of Second Amendment rights.
House Bill 2285, sponsored by Delegate Cliff Hayes (D-77), would restrict the ability of young people to use firearms for lawful purposes and increase penalties on adults who violate it.
House Bill 2372, sponsored by Delegate Patrick Hope (D-47), would impose a one-size-fits-all set of firearm storage requirements for family day homes, including requiring that firearms and ammunition be locked separately.
House Bill 2399, sponsored by Delegate Alfonso Lopez (D-49), would allow state police to delay firearm transfers up to five business days to process instant background checks instead of the current end of business day requirement.
House Bill 2479, sponsored by Delegate Kenneth Plum (D-36), would criminalize private firearm transfers.
House Bill 2492, sponsored by Delegate Kathy Tran (D-42), would ban many commonly owned semi-automatic rifles and handguns as well as ammunition magazines greater than ten rounds in capacity, encompassing most standard capacity magazines in use by law-abiding citizens. In addition, it would ban the carrying of certain shotguns by individuals who do not have a concealed carry permit.
House Bill 2604, sponsored by Delegate Jeion Ward (D-92), would reinstate a handgun rationing law that was in place from 1993 until it was repealed in 2012. It would limit handgun purchases to one per 30 day period.
In addition, the following pro-gun bills will also be heard by the committees:
Senate Bill 1158, sponsored by Senator Black, would ensure that law-abiding adults may conceal carry handguns to defend themselves without first having to go through government red tape.
House Bill 2253, sponsored by Delegate Brenda Pogge (R-96), would require that the state police issue nonresident concealed carry permits in the same time frame that the counties currently follow with resident permits.”
Virginia Democrats are seeking to ban firearm training, outdoor and indoor shooting ranges, from loaning a firearm to another person for the purpose of firearm training and more. Turning thousands of law abiding gun owners into criminals while doing NOTHING to stop the criminal misuse of firearms.
VIRGINIA CURRENT DAY
Governor Northam (or as we call him “Black Face” Northam) has declared a state of emergency in advance of the January 20th civil rights march by pro gun activists at the state capital. Northam’s executive order bans all weapons including sticks and firearms or anything that can be considered a weapon during his state of emergency. He has attempted to paint US Military Veterans as “possible” domestic terrorists and has slandered the 2nd Amendment activists by inferring that they are alt-right ‘militias’.
In addition the FAA has declared a NO FLY zone over Richmond for Monday calling it a civil defense zone. This means there will be no news helicopters, or drones allowed at the capital.
ANTIFA has now announced that they will march WITH 2nd Amendment supporters. Does anyone else see this action as a Trojan Horse? They’ve stated they will dress as NRA supporters etc. So if ANTIFA does commit the violence they are known for, the NRA and Trump get blamed? Northam has already established the false narrative. All they have to do is add to it.
Lastly, Virginia has now introduced a bill to give all their electors to the popular vote. Thereby giving their sovereignty as a state to California, New York and other populist, left leaning states.
Kiss the Republic goodbye – we’ve already lost it. The question is can we get it back.