Michael Bacca I Will Not Comply Boulder Colorado Eric Swalwell assault weapons ban second amendment

The American people have become accustomed to politicians often making uneducated statements, but Congressman Eric Swalwell takes the cake with his most recent tweet regarding resistance to gun confiscation.

Earlier this year, the congressman proposed banning and buying back weapons he would classify as “assault weapons” and criminally prosecuting those who would defy this law. He suggests that those refusing to comply with a blatantly unconstitutional law should be punished.

When confronted on Twitter by Joe Biggs, who pointed out that this law would result in war between the government and its people, Eric Swalwell escalated his rhetoric. He replied, “And it would be a short war my friend. The government has nukes. Too many of them. But they’re legit.”

When an elected representative suggests the government’s possession of nuclear weapons would quickly end opposition, patriots are motivated to buy a few hundred rounds of additional ammunition and perhaps even another AR-15.

His proposed law is both unconstitutional and tyrannical, as it would strip citizens of their right to self-defense. To prevent laws like this, the Second Amendment was included in our Bill of Rights. Our Founding Fathers knew that government officials would seek to consolidate power for themselves. The Second Amendment was not for hunting and it was not for sport. It was intended to protect its citizenry from a tyrannical government. Perhaps Swalwell has forgotten the oath he took to uphold this Constitution.

Let us never forget why ‘We the People’ have the right to keep and bear arms. Because when politicians push to remove our liberties and tyranny arises, US citizens burden the responsibility to defend our freedom.

Power-hungry politicians have steadily pushed for the disarming of American citizens since this country’s inception. However, lately this movement has gained attention and momentum. It’s up to patriotic individuals to join together, rally for our rights, and stand up to these politicians. I implore you all to take a more active role in your community. Join or create an activist group like Rally for our Rights, write your congressman, make your voice heard. Your fellow countrymen need you. Your liberty needs you.

God bless America,


One thought on “Gun Grabber Goes Nuclear – Literally

  1. David Lyle says:

    Well It’s one of those things. I’ve always been the one who said when you look at the “Spirit of the Law” on the second amendment it was clearly intended to limit the power of government by permitting the people the means to resist. As such I argued that in the “Spirit of the Law” the people should be permitted all means of resistance short of nuclear weapons because in that case the character of the weapons was only really suited to use in international conflicts and so could reasonable be regulated under the law.
    I suppose that in light of the specific threats made by the individual in question I will have to reverse my position and advocate for the right of an individuals to possess nuclear weapons. I can empathize with people who are uncomfortable with this position as I am myself not exactly at peace with the idea. Never the less because the line was crossed and the threat was made, some things simply cannot be taken back. Even if this person were to be correctly and justly expelled from government and prosecuted for the terroristic statements he made (as I believe it is specifically stated in the law.https://definitions.uslegal.com/t/terroristic-threat/) there now hangs in the air a palpable sense of mistrust. If one among his party spoke it, can we reasonably assume that others have not thought it.

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