Skip to comments.Kamala Harris willing to send cops to people's homes to confiscate banned firearms
Posted on 08/03/2019 11:04:19 PM PDT by Oscar in Batangas
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It won’t be smooth. You’re right, most will go down without a fight and comply, but remember only 3% participated as soldiers in the American Revolution.
People will hide guns in unusual places. There will also be places, enclaves where local low enforcement won’t enforce the law. Criminals will still need guns for drugs, robberies, etc, and they will get them (or do you believe that crime will go away). If guns are turned in and no longer sold as they are today, do you know how much the guns and ammo will be worth on the black market? Don’t you remember the spikes in gun and ammo prices anytime the world’s best gun salesmen Barack Obama opened his mouth on this issue?
We already have 2.1 million prisoners in this country, the most in the world and the highest per capita rate in the world. We would have so much crime and gun violations that you would need to at least double or triple the prison population very quickly.
Prohibition never works. But if they tried this it would make the 1920s look like a picnic.
Whorizontal Harris is perfectly willing to send armed, uniformed goons on a suicide mission ... lacks the guts to do it herself.
This is the big rub would-be tyrants like Gruppenfuhrer Harris don’t take into account...The cops and military will walk away in overwhelming numbers once the rebellion this confiscation triggers starts because their own families will need protection from reprisals...
See: IRA tactics, and how next of kin of police and occupation officials were targeted...
Then who ya got covering your amply sized ass, Kamala? Best advice to her and her ilk is don’t go there...
Not to mention, we know from British activities that the Whitehut burns nicely. I’ll be happy to supply wieners and marshmallows.
Start in the inner city first their Kamiltoe. Let’s see how long you last in the hood!
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