Sunday, May 17, 2015


Via Skynet

"All veterans that go to the VA are questioned about their firearms ownership." (This isn't true. BT)
I may not always be the brightest candle on the cake, but it doesn’t take a wall to fall on me for certain things to come clearly into focus. That is what has happened in the last few weeks as we at the United States Justice Foundation (USJF) have continued to move forward with our investigation into the expanding assault of the Federal and some state governments on the Second Amendment rights of our veterans.

What we have uncovered is a coordinated effort by multiple federal agencies to disarm the American people. The tactics being used are not just violating the Constitutional rights of Americans, but include outright criminal acts such as extortion and blackmail. Veterans continue to be the primary target, but the groundwork has been laid to expand the disarmament efforts to the rest of the population.

The veterans are clearly considered the most dangerous of the gun owners in the country because there are 23 million of us and we all took an oath of office to “protect and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” We are trained to do just that so we pose a threat to those who want to take away our Constitutional republic.

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  1. Make that 23 million and 1?

  2. I have a good friend who is a Vietnam Vet. A while back he was trying to get disability. One day he brought me all of his guns and a brand new cleaning kit and
    asked me to clean them all for him. I told him I would and didn't ask any questions.
    About 4 or 5 months later he came back to get them. I still didn't ask any questions
    but I figure he wanted to be able to tell the VA he had gotten rid of all his guns. I know he is now getting a disability check.

    1. Interesting and thanks. All I know is that I've never been asked anything concerning guns. I don't take my CCW inside the VA, but do carry knives and the doctor never says a thing, but it may be where I live. Which reminds me, a good while back a checker at Walmart was having a difficult time doing something (which I have forgotten) so I gave her a knife which accomplished the task and she never blinked an eye. Just think how that would have gone over in a PC area of the country. :) They do ask if I drink alcohol and when they ask how much, I say no more than I have drunk every day since I was 19 and there is never anything more said. I guess that's my Southern Gentleman talk for it's none of your business. :)