It’s called HR127 and it will create a new gun REGISTRY for not only firearms but also your ammunition. In fact some ammunition like 50 cal. or larger would be illegal immediately after this becomes law. Here are the penalties if you happen to get caught with said ammunition.
922(dd)(1) It shall be unlawful for any person to possess ammunition that is 0.50 caliber or greater. Whoever knowingly violates section 922(dd)(1) shall be fined not less than $50,000 and not more than $100,000, imprisoned not less than 10 years and not more than 20 years, or both
Yep they don’t want you armed with anything that may threaten them and their police state jack boots. Here is my video on the subject.
I’ve been doing some thinking about this whole situation and while some will say I’m wearing my tinfoil hat, bear with me a few minutes.
First of all the numbers are being lied about and either inflated or deflated depending on the source. My guess is that the real numbers lie somewhere in the middle but it will get worse. Then as the virus spreads and more people die they will have a miracle vaccine that appears out of nowhere. At that point since millions may have died already they will make it mandatory for everyone, no exemptions.
At that point more people will die as it is experimental but it will save some while others will recover because of their own immune systems. But during the time of the vaccinations they will be busy taking the guns from the people who don’t want a shot or speak out against it. The red flag laws are being put into place for those reasons. Speak out against the narrative or public officials and face the swat teams coming for your guns, but really it’s YOU they want gone. YOU are the trouble maker they’d rather just be done with. Gun control is people control.
Now maybe you can see the pattern like I can. The red flag laws, the semi auto bans etc are all being put in place because of the massive unrest that’s coming. The politicians and elites who caused it can’t have the masses being armed and coming after them, so they will use the red flag laws to say someone made a complaint about what you said on social media. You insulted a politician who just wants you to get your shot, it’s for your own good.
That’s what I see coming folks. After 9 years of doing this you can see their patterns. Some channels and websites are calling this a big hoax. No one is dead, it’s all acting and special effects. Believe what you will, it’s not my job to convince you one way or another. I’m writing this because I see a pattern and after prayer I am sharing it with you. Either way they are coming for those they consider an issue. Stay ready and God bless!
California adopted 15 firearms-related bills last Friday, including a controversial ‘red flag’ gun confiscation law which adds co-workers, employers and educators to the list of who can file a gun violence restraining order on those they say are a danger to themselves and others. Currently, only law enforcement and immediate family members can apply to temporarily confiscate peoples’ firearms. Most of the new laws take effect January 1, according to the LA Times.
Signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) after being vetoed twice by his Democratic predecessor Jerry Brown (who said that educators can work through family members or law enforcement if a restraining order is required), the gun confiscation bill is so broad that the ACLU said it “poses a significant threat to civil liberties” since guns can be seized from owners before they have an opportunity to contest the requests, and those making the requests may “lack the relationship or skills required to make an appropriate assessment,” NBC San Diego reports.
All that’s needed for a co-worker or educator to file a complaint is to have had “substantial and regular interactions” with gun owners, along with permission from their employers or school administrators. Those seeking the orders will be required to file a sworn statement outlining their concerns.
The author of the bill, Democratic Assemblyman Phil Ting of San Francisco, said that “With school and workplace shootings on the rise, it’s common sense to give the people we see every day the power to intervene and prevent tragedies,” citing a recent study which found that 21 mass shootings may have been prevented by a gun restraining order.
Meanwhile, a companion bill signed by Newsom and written by Democratic Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin of Thousand Oaks allows gun violence restraining orders to last one and five years, though gun owners would be allowed to petition the state to get their guns back earlier. In another Ting-authored companion bill, gun owners who agree to voluntarily surrender their firearms can notify the court via a form, vs. a hearing which Ting says wastes time and resources.
The National Rifle Association (NRA)’s Amy Hunter, meanwhile, said of another bill signed on Friday (SB 61) which prohibits Californians from buying more than one semiautomatic rifle per month, and bans the sale of such rifles to those younger than 21: “This bill places burdens on law-abiding residents,” adding “It will not make anyone safer.”
Republican state legislators criticized the one-gun-a-month bill, as well as the state’s failure to remove guns from the thousands of felons and the severely mentally ill as they are already empowered to do so.
“Instead we continue to do more and more legislation that interferes with the law-abiding citizen’s right to own and possess firearms, which is their constitutional right to do,” said Yuba City Republican Assemblyman James Gallagher (LA Times).
According to the Times, other bills signed Friday by Newsom will:
Allow those subject to a gun-violence restraining order to submit a form to the court voluntarily relinquishing their firearm rights Require firearm packaging to contain a warning statement on suicide prevention Mandate that county sheriffs who issue licenses for concealed weapons charge a fee covering the cost of vetting the applicant, thus eliminating the current $100 cap on fees Prohibit gun shows at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in San Diego County Require, starting in 2024, that the sale of components used to build a firearm — often used to build untraceable “ghost guns” — be carried out through a licensed vendor.