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A Look at Connecticut’s Shleep

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A Look at Connecticut’s Shleep

On December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza fatally shot six adult staff members and twenty children in a mass murder at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. In response a controversial, wide-ranging gun control law was passed in Connecticut on April 4, 2012 which among other thing required gun registration on or before January 1, 2014. Now anything the state considers to be an assault weapon or magazine holding more than 10 rounds needs to be registered. Failure to comply will be prosecuted as a felony. It has been reported that, more than 20,000 and weapons had been registered with the state of Connecticut, according to Mike Lawlor, who is the governor's undersecretary for criminal justice.

When government is not lawful, what is the public’s duty?

“…..the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed” does not require a lawyer or a court to interpret its meaning. The reading of the Constitution of the United States of America reveals that the Constitution and its amendments are the supreme law of the land. From that perspective Connecticut has committed unlawful act. So why are the citizens of Connecticut lining up to surrender their heritage? Is safety more important than liberty? “Our duty is to resist. Consider Hitler’s use of gun registration to control who had a weapon and who didn’t. Hitler did not have to institute gun registration because it existed when he took power. He just used it to his purposes. He disarmed the Jews and killed them. The unarmed civilian Europeans were at his mercy; he showed none. We have an occupant in the White House who has demonstrated clearly that he rewards his friends and persecutes his enemies. Are you going to trust Obama with gun registration? His people, the Unions, will be armed, the people won’t,” a Tea Party spokesman said.

Saint Augustine Tea Party started last year defending the second amendment

So, it is this year

The Saint Augustine Tea Party (SATP) started last January and continued for several months with its Town Crier Committee defending the Constitution’s Second Amendment. Progressives [AKA Communists], used the Connecticut shooting in Newtown as an excuse to strip Americans from their constitutional right to bear arms. It was a national effort which failed in large part due to the efforts of the liberty minded people. Connecticut was an exception. To assure that such an unconstitutional act is not enacted in the State of Florida the SATP announced that it would be supporting an effort in Tallahassee on January 7, 2013 promoting The 2nd Amendment Preservation Bill. The rally will be held in the State Capitol Courtyard between noon and 4 PM. As of this writing the committed speakers at the Rally are Sheriff Richard Mack, CSPOA; Erich Pratt of Gun Owners of America , Pastor Chris Hall, and Mike Austell Florida State Chapter President of Oath Keepers Andrew Nappi Florida Tenth Amendment Center and a spokesman for the SATP and the Town Criers..



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