Video: Sacred Gun Rights will not be taken away

Video: Sacred Gun Rights will not be taken away

March 2, 2013

By John Seiler

Last November, former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino lost a race for U.S. Senate from Maryland  In January he made a video defending gun rights, posted below, that has “gone viral” on YouTube.

This is another indication that Americans will not let the government take away our sacred Gun Rights. We will not be disarmed. We will not be left defenseless against criminals who then would be free to assault ourselves and our families.


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  1. Hondo
    Hondo 2 March, 2013, 10:34

    Police are not legally obligated to arrest anyone or protect any victims life. According to the law and police union contracts, police safety comes first. At Columbine the cops sat outside while the kids were slaughtered and died screaming. Look it up. When Dorner was on his rampage, don’t even bother calling 911, they weren’t coming. They were circling the wagons around themselves.
    Cops are obligated by law not to get in an accident while rushing to a 911 call. They have to take their time and get there when they can. I’ve had cops show up over an hour after a violent crime call went out.
    If you are being raped on some collage campus, you will pee your self when you find out that help just legally doesn’t have to get there. If a cop is on his lunch break, try shi$$ing your self.
    That is why we have the second amendment.

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  2. Donkey
    Donkey 2 March, 2013, 21:48

    What Hondo says is written in the state law books, the California LE RAGWUS does not have to raise one finger to help the little people that dwell beneith them, and as we have seen with every riot that has taken place the police will disapear, the mob will run rampent, and the National Gaurd will be called in the curb the violence.

    Citizens are the government, and our Constiutution precludes the government from removing the right to keep and bear arms, unless we ignore the truth of its words. 🙂

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  3. Rye
    Rye 3 March, 2013, 09:58

    Since when has the truth of the constitution been important to the current administration Donk ? Don’t forget that these politicians are on record about the constitution being an “outdated, outmoded, & irrelevant” form of governance.

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  4. Donkey
    Donkey 3 March, 2013, 12:32

    I agree Rye!! I believe in striving to instill the truth in those that have been raised by the social engeineering of the state, words still have meaning, it is the mind that needs a jump start! 🙂

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  5. Skip
    Skip 15 April, 2013, 00:21

    I think it’s appalling that these key individuals, both in the executive and legislative branch, now claim that the Constitution is “outdated, outmoded, and/or irrelevant”. Upon taking office, each swore an oath to defend and protect the Constitution of the United States. If they don’t believe in supporting the Constitution, the WHOLE Constitution, then they betray their oath of office, and the people who trusted them to protect and defend the Constitution. They should be removed and replaced with someone who will honor the oath of office, as the voters rightly expect.

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