Heads Up! The 2nd Amendment is Under Attack via The UN Small Arms Treaty
Folks, this is important and something we need to be aware of and get loud about. Hillary Clinton recently committed the US to the UN Small Arms Treaty, a backdoor effort by the Obama administration to erode our 2nd Amendment rights. Here is the full article from Forbes Magazine and its worth the read. While its being touted as a anti-terrorism bill, the article clearly spells out the underlying agenda behind the effort. Highlights are the following:
-The creation of more bureaucratic red tape to purchase firearms
-Banning semi-automatic weapons (except revolvers)
-Creating an international gun registry
So basically its giving away our 2nd amendment rights to an international body which does not like armed populations. Of course its unconstitutional but as we’ve found out, the Supreme Court can be unreliable as a last line of defense. The Senate would still have to sign the treaty but look at what the last lame duck congress gave us (Obamacare). Please take the time to read the article and then join us at Precision Arms to help get the word out. Calling or emailing your congressman/woman and senator would help too!
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