The Lunacy Of Connecticut's Gun Confiscation Law

May 9, 2016



Written by: Michael Ware

Syndicated by: Montana News

It is shocking how far things have gone in such a short matter of time. We are now seeing legislation defending the “rights” of cross-dressers to use whatever bathroom they chose while the same people want to take our God-given rights.


Case in point is the new gun legislation passed in Connecticut. It is concealed as having one aim, but upon closer inspection one can easily see the goal. That we would be left defenseless against a criminal government.

CT Post reports:


Accused domestic abusers would have to surrender firearms within 24 hours under legislation that won final approval in the Senate on Monday afternoon and now heads to the governor for his expected signature.



Now, let us set aside the veneer of this bill and look behind this legislation. The idea is that there are so many women murdered, with firearms, by their significant others after a restraining order is served that the state must act. But is this true?


CT Post continues:


The goal is to protect women from the increased lethality at a critical point in a relationship: when they are trying to leave their abusers. About 14 domestic homicides occur annually in Connecticut, half of which are caused by guns.

According to the same article, there were 5000 temporary restraining orders issued in Connecticut every year, half of which become permanent. Now think about the fact that there will now be as many as 5000 people lose their right to bear a firearm.


Here is the question: will this bill save any one of those women? There is no way that you can say that it will do anything. If these men are already abusive, then why would they need a gun? Why not just beat her to death?


What did the other seven murderers use to kill their victims? You see this has nothing to do with protection, and everything to do with going around the Constitution to disarm the people.


The Washington Standard reports:


The purpose of the bill is obviously to protect victims of domestic abuse from their abusers; however, the mechanism that Connecticut has chosen completely ignores our Constitutional right to carry a firearm, as well as being a blatant attack on the principle that we are all innocent until proven guilty.


The end of our liberty is upon us friends.

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