Skip to comments.Maryland Deputy Attorney General: â€œwe should ban guns altogether, periodâ€
Posted on 12/04/2015 9:30:03 PM PST by RC one
As if enduring eight years of the rabidly anti-gun Martin OâMalley in the Governorâs Mansion werenât enough, Maryland gun owners are now contending with at least one avowed gun prohibitionist in the state Attorney Generalâs Office. Undercover video of Maryland Deputy Attorney General Thiruvendran Vignarajah, shot by Project Veritas while he was attending a national conference of state attorneys general in New York City, reveals the supposed-public servantâs deep disdain for your rights.
Speaking with an undercover journalist, when asked about what type of gun control regime he would impose, Vignarajah replied, â[m]y complete answer, off the record, is that we should ban guns altogether, period.â Elaborating, Vignarajah stated, â[i]f you want to go practice with a gun, you can go to the gun range, pick up your gun at the gun range, fire it there, and then you leave it there and you go home.â Vignarajah then goes on to explain a scheme under which he might allow individuals to keep a firearm in the home, subject to an âextensive licensing scheme,â taxation, mandatory insurance, and âfingerprint trigger locks.â
Vignarajahâs comments might prompt one to contemplate the extent to which his radical anti-gun positions permeate the entire Maryland Attorney Generalâs Office. After all, his boss, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh, has been a staunch advocate for gun restrictions since the 1980s. In 2013, while chairman of the Maryland State Senateâs Judicial Proceedings Committee, Frosh pushed OâMalleyâs sweeping gun control package to final passage. A Washington Post article from the time called Frosh, âOâMalleyâs key ally in the Senate.â And Froshâs work on the issue earned him the praise and support of billionaire gun control bankroller Michael Bloomberg. Specifically, Bloomberg said of Frosh, â[n]o one has done more in Maryland than Brian Frosh to lead the fight against illegal guns and protect citizens from incidents of gun violence.â
Why not do away with the entire Bill of Rights? That would simplify a lot of Democrat plans.
And outlaw Christianity too while they’re at it- oh wait- it’s already illegal to be a Christian and hold religious beliefs (Bakery- Florist etc who were ordered by courts to violate their beliefs)
“They want to kill us. So let’s disarm!”
Only terrorists/criminals should have guns? Maybe police too.
Well you can’t.
You don’t have the authority.
We don’t need your permission.
Why not do away with maryland? We have 50 (or 57) states but only 10 rights in the Bill of Rights.
They should put a sign on the roads leading into Maryland that says;”Terrorist attack here”
The gun-grabbing scumbag should be run out of town on a rail.
“We should ban guns altogether, period.”
Ok, let’s start with anyone that provides security for you.
But don’t ban abortion, which kills far more people every year in the US than all the gun-related deaths combined.
Not that this POS politician cares, but the right to keep and bear arms is, in fact, safeguarded in the Bill of Rights.
The “right” to murder a pre-born baby?
Nowhere in the Preamble, US Constitution, Bill of Rights or any other of the founding documents.
With the powers, you have no right to independence and divorce from the state. It is high time a convention of States would include acquiring nuclear weapons, the way this is going.
Well,the next terrorist will know where to go. That buffoon dep AGs house.
When guns are outlawed, only Muslims will have guns.
That seems to be their plan actually.
Well, “altogether” would seem to be a problem. since this makes no exemption for the numerous federal, state, and local agencies, which our correspondent no doubt assumes. This reveals him for the servile toady that he is.
How we can protect our families? Keep ISIS and Obama's Syrians out of America, now.
If that fails:
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