Without our 2nd Amendment rights … we won’t have any others.

In church today a guy was sitting in front of me and he was wearing a t-shirt with the 2nd Amendment printed on the back:  A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

I thought about it and came to the conclusion that it should be worded to convey the correct meaning … Because a well regulated militia is necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

With several mass shootings taking place over the past few years the gun-control (actually the gun-confiscation) crowd have gained momentum in their efforts to take away the right of private citizens to own weapons. Right now the AR15 is the scariest looking firearm to those hysterical freaks, so they are focusing on that weapon in particular, at least according to them. Then there’s the ‘high-capacity’ magazine … semi-auto and automatic weapons, detachable magazines, high-velocity, too powerful for hunting, not needed for personal protection lines of liberal rhetoric spewed along with the, “If it saves the life of one child, then banning them is worth it!”

I’m not going to get off into a rant about how many lives are saved by people who own guns. Or how many families have been spared unthinkable acts of violence because they had a gun in their homes when criminals broke in. Nor is there any point to arguing that the right to keep and bear arms isn’t about ‘hunting,’ or target shooting and shooting competitions. All that stuff is valid and very important but the most important point is that the right to keep and bear arms is to protect our free society, yes from a tyrannical government, not to mention personal protection from criminals … the cops can’t be everywhere.

We have witnessed via the election of President Trump, the exposing of the most corrupt and treasonous actions by people in our government and law-enforcement agencies probably in U.S. history. And it’s still going on right now. People in the FBI and Department of Justice have been working long before the election in 2016 to ensure that Hillary Clinton would win. People in the FBI re-worded James Comey’s exoneration statement of Hillary long before she or anyone was even interviewed to make sure the wording avoided anything that might be used in a criminal prosecution. At the same time Bill Clinton met with Attorney General Loretta Lynch while the Justice Department was “investigating” Mrs. Clinton’s emails … the same guys doing the investigation that changed the wording of Comey’s statement. NSA spying on private U.S. citizens. The FBI and/or CIA putting an ‘informant’ into the Trump campaign without telling him about it. The constant phony “Russian collusion” investigation by Robert Mueller and his band of Democrat, Hillary supporting attorneys … bent on overthrowing the election and / or removing our duly, legitimately elected President.

Way too many things and way too involved to even scratch the surface in this humble blog post. I do know of a certainty that had Hillary Clinton won, we never would have found out about any of this utter treachery. And it would have kept going on unabated. Hillary would have had the unprecedented opportunity to sell out the country beyond her and Bill’s wildest dreams … far more than she did while being Secretary of State. The corruption at the highest levels of our government is beyond staggering and we don’t know but just a small part of it.

The people at the FBI making comments about how Trump supporters are “poor to middle-class, uneducated, p.o.s.” That going into a Wal-Mart the FBI agent could “smell” the Trump supporters before the election. This is what they think of us.

Now don’t take this as some “call to arms to fight against the tyranny of the government.” I am saying that if there ever was a time to protect our 2nd Amendment rights, it’s now. It is our Constitutional right to keep and bear arms … and that right cannot be infringed by anyone. I guess I can say that without the 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms, we won’t have any of the others rights. When we give up that one, we give them all up.