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The Truth About The Second Amendment.

While you may be waiting for politicians to enforce your Second Amendment rights, Donald Trump spoke at the recent NRA convention to a packed house of patriots who want to "Make America Great Again".

While I always want politicians to align with the principles of the Founding Fathers, we do not have to wait for them.

You're already in control of your rights!

Trump promised the NRA audience that he would fight for them, for their "right to bear arms".

But why fight?

Just exercise it!

He promised that when he is elected, federal agencies be no longer be coming after law abiding gun owners.

In a time when it appears that the federal agencies are riding a wave of rogue lawlessness, can Trump really keep this promise? I hope so. I think he learned a lot since round one.

Like Dorothy's ruby red slippers gave her the power to return home the whole time she was searching for the Emerald City, our Bill of Rights are on display in the very District of Columbia we are in a cloudy war with today.

The people have all the power!

God created man with inalienable inherent rights.

Man created the government to protect those rights.

The government created the statutes.

The firearm statutes are not under the Bill of Rights and are repugnant to the Constitution.

In 1983, President Reagan and Congress declared the Bible to be the word of God. (Public Law 97-280 Oct 4 1982)

In doing so, they declared that the Word of God is the supreme law of the land.

Our Constitution and all other laws, even the statutes, are supposed to be predicated on the principles of the Bible.

In 2 Peter 1:20, it says that “Above all, you must understand that no prophecy of Scripture came about by the prophet's own interpretation of things”.

That means that the Holy Spirit said, “Okay, get out your pencil, I'm gonna tell you exactly what to write. Don't put your own spin on it. Only write exactly what I tell you”.

If it says Jesus walked on water, it doesn't mean that he walked on jello or that he had some flotation shoes. It means Jesus walked on actual water.

Our Constitution, our Bill of Rights, and our Declaration of Independence fall under the same scrutiny.

What they say is simple and absolute. It’s not subject to interpretation.

In the Constitution of the United States of America, the text states, “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

Notice the commas.

They show a well regulated militia is the focal point.

Nowhere does the second amendment give any indication that a militia is a government body. It never mentions the government, but it specifically mentions the people.

That is extraordinarily clear to me.

Recently, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green was asked if she supported a state militia. She said yes,”It’s in the Constitution”.

The Georgia state constitution says this:

Article I. Section I. Paragraph VIII.

Paragraph VIII. Arms, right to keep and bear. The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed, but the General Assembly shall have power to prescribe the manner in which arms may be borne.

Whoa….what does "in which arms may be borne mean"?

Is that a loophole controlling arms?

Additionally, five states’ constitutions do not include the right to bear arms: California, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, and New York.

So which Constitution are we to follow?

The one that came first in law.

Why? Because the United States Constitution is above the state constitutions due to the Supremacy Clause.

The Constitution that created the “united States” is absolute and came before the state Constitutions were ever put to paper.

The Constitution says what it says and doesn’t say what it doesn’t say.

In the words of the late great common law expert George Gordon, “Demand your rights at law, not your punishment under equity.”

Here’s a fun fact - The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that a felon can own a gun. 

The court’s decision was based on the Second Amendment, which guarantees the right to keep and bear arms.

The court held that the right to keep and bear arms was every citizen’s fundamental right, regardless of their past actions. 

The court also noted that the law at issue, 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1), was enacted in 1968 and has been interpreted to apply to all felons, regardless of the nature of their crimes. 

Why does this have any relevance to us?Because the Constitution and our rights are alive and well. It also reinforces the concept of our inalienable and unalienable rights as sovereigns above any man made laws.

Any laws, rules, statutes, regulations, ordinances, or policies that infringe on our Constitutional rights/protections is/are repugnant, and therefore void. 

Any actions contrary to our rights is a violation, and in every case, no matter how big or small, seemingly significant or insignificant is due remedy in an action at law. 

We MUST insist on respect for our rights and hold people accountable. If we will, we will win. If we don’t, we’ll have no rights and we’ll deserve what we allow.

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