Most US Civilian Firearms Exports Halted For 90 Days
Well, it's happening again.
America's federal government is making up rules out of nowhere and expecting everyday citizens to be fine with them, no matter what rights they are violating.
This time, the focus is on our Constitution.
The 2nd Amendment, specifically.
The Commerce Department said on Oct. 27 that it was halting most civilian firearm exports for the next 90 days.
Officials didn't have to actually prove why this is a good idea, they just cited "national security reasons" and did whatever they wanted.
Remember back in 2020 when they were doing the exact same thing?
Back then, they weren't even pretending to follow the rules themselves, so we'll see how they do this time.
Remember Rep. Nancy Pelosi arguing to lock down the entire country, and then the old bag stepped out to her hairdresser with NO mask and NO social distancing?
Remember when every single law-abiding citizen was locked in their homes via government orders, but entire mobs were allowed to burn down cities in the name of Black Lives Matter?
We're experiencing another one of those episodes now.
Just like always, they have some technical explanation for the situation, saying that the Commerce Department will assess the "risk of firearms being diverted to entities or activities that promote regional instability, violate human rights, or fuel criminal activities."
Popular American firearm companies could be impacted by the halt, such as Sturm Ruger & Co., Vista Outdoor, and Smith & Wesson.
What do you think about this order from America's federal government?
Is it crossing the line?
Should a government be able to do whatever it wants just by declaring an emergency?
Or should citizen's rights still be protected, even in times of crisis?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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