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Two Gun Bills Passed By Minnesota House..

Two Gun Bills Passed By Minnesota House..

Now it’s up to the Repuplikan Senate majority to put a halt to this..

Because if they don’t, that POS in the Governor’s Mansion will sign them..

Driven mostly by the totally left leaning Twin Cities metro area.

I best go shopping this weekend….





Gun Confiscation in Minnesota?

Gun Owners of America

Urge your State Lawmakers to OPPOSE Gun Confiscation

New York-style gun control may be on its way to Minnesota, if anti-gun legislators have their way.

The bills, HF 8 and HF 9, were drafted by some of the minions beholden to New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg, who is using his vast fortune to buy up states like Minnesota for his anti-gun cause.

The first bill (HF 8) will impose Universal Background Checks, which means it will ban private sales that don’t first get permission from a government bureaucrat.

The bill will also result in universal gun owner registration, because there will need to be a 4473 form for every gun sale.

The second bill (HF 9) will bring gun confiscation to Minnesota.

Under HF 9, the police or an “angry ex” can petition a judge, requesting that you be stripped of your Second, Fourth, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendment rights.

Because of its clownish draftsmanship, “any family” member may petition to strip you of your constitutional rights. The term “family member” is nowhere defined for purposes of this Act.

But suffice it to say that, although Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is only 1/1024th Indian, her Cherokee “family” could petition to take away her guns.

So, what do the police — or a very distant relative — have to prove to strip you of your constitutional rights?  They don’t have to demonstrate that you committed a crime. They don’t have to demonstrate that there is any chance that you will ever commit a crime.

Rather, all they have to show is that you are, subjectively, “dangerous” to someone — and they only have to show that there are “reasonable grounds” to believe that.

That’s all it takes for you to be stripped of your constitutional rights.  There doesn’t even have to be a probability that you are dangerous. Just “reasonable grounds” — and then your guns are gone, or even worse, you could be seriously injured when police come to your door.

If you think this couldn’t happen, you should consider the case of 60-year-old Gary Willis of Ferndale, Maryland, who was shot to death by police serving a “red flag” order at 5:17 a.m. — after he, not unreasonably, came to the door with a gun in his hand.

Sure, you’ll get a hearing in 14 days — where you can try to convince the judge he made a mistake.  In circumstances like these, judges NEVER rule for the gun owner.

One more consideration:  You would think that even anti-gun liberals would have some problem with giving police the ability to get a rubber-stamped order to raid the home of suspected illegal immigrants, based on an allegation that they are “dangerous.”

And those who believe late-night confrontations with police are more likely to produce fatal results for minorities might want to lay aside their hatred of guns — and consider where the suspension of due process might lead.

If they want to turn Minnesota gun ownership into some horrible nightmare, House Bill 9 is their vehicle.  If not, there is still be time to stop it.

But bottom line: both of these bills are horrible.

So please urge your House member to oppose HF 8 and HF 9!

Gun Bits ….

Alexandria “She Guevara” and President Maduro make the case for the Second Amendment.

Yeah that all looks good…

Quote of the day—Colion Noir

But then, progress to what? Progress to Hell?

Colion Noir
At 23:20 in Seattle: The Utopian Lie | NOIR S7E8

Watch: UCLA Students Support Concentration Camps For Trump Supporters

Why is this in Gun Bits?

They want to disarm us..Then what happens???

‘Are you deliberately LYING’?! Rep. Dan Crenshaw DROPS Rep. Eric Swalwell for screeching over NRA headline and it’s VICIOUS

Minnesota Republican Legislators Introduce Constitutional Amendment to Protect Gun Rights

On Feb. 18 Representative Cal Bahr (R- East Bethel) Representative Jeremy Munson (R- Lake Crystal), Representative Steve Drazkowski (R- Mazeppa), Tim Miller (R-Prinsburg),  Representative Eric Lucero (R-Dayton), Representative John Poston (R- Lake Shore) Representative Steve Green (R- Fosston), and Senator Paul Utke (R- Park Rapids)  proposed a constitutional amendment that would state that the right to bear and keep arms shall not be infringed.

Hundreds Rally Against Stringent Gun Controls

As a people, Minnesotans are remarkably non violent. That makes the relatively low violence rates understandable, and makes one wonder why crime rates that are among the lowest in the world demand laws that have historically sent crime rates rise to stratospheric rates. That does not make sense, any more than any other demand for “feel good legislation” with a record of abject failure.



DAILY ACTION: Tell Speaker Hortman and Majority Leader Winkler to apologize to Minnesota’s 2.5 million law-abiding gun owners

Last Thursday was Gun Owners Lobby Day at the Minnesota State Capitol.

Hundreds of you turned out to address your concerns with your lawmakers about the anti-gun DFL agenda in Saint Paul.

Speaker Melissa Hortman and Majority Leader Ryan Winkler weren’t interested in what any of you had to say about their gun control agenda.

Instead of welcoming hundreds of law-abiding gun owners from across the state, Speaker Hortman, Leader Winkler, and the rest of the House DFL caucus sent out a press release decrying our stance against their “common sense” and “reasonable” gun control measure.

Remember, it’s the Minnesota DFL that has proposed HF 8, a “criminal background check” bill, that contains many onerous gun control measures, such as one gun per month, universal gun registration, and other measures; and HF 9, a “red flag gun confiscation” bill, that would allow police to work with a judge in an ex-parte hearing at which the gun owner is not present in order to obtain a court order to seize firearms from an otherwise law-abiding gun owner.

Rather than take the opportunity to learn why so many Minnesotans oppose this radical gun control legislation, Speaker Hortman and Majority Leader Winkler chose instead to go on the attack against Minnesota’s more than 2.5 million law-abiding gun owners.

They both should apologize for their ridiculous attack!


Today’s daily action is to tell Speaker Hortman and Rep. Winkler to apologize for attacking Minnesota Gun Owners.

Gun control demonstrations, assault weapons bans, it’s TIME TO FIGHT…

The 2019 – 2020 legislative session is off and running – with anti-gun leaders now in place — F-rated Speaker of the House Melissa Hortman, F-rated Majority Leader Ryan Winkler, and all of the other anti-gun DFL leaders in the House.

There were huge demonstrations at the Capitol today from anti-gun groups like Protect Minnesota, Moms Demand Action, and Everytown for Gun Safety — they held a press conference this morning to announce their agenda and proceeded to chant “SAVE OUR KIDS” and “REPEAL THE SECOND AMENDMENT”

They trotted out the usual failed gun control strategies:  Universal gun registration, Red Flag Gun Confiscation Orders, and even signs and banners about an “assault weapons” ban.

This is what we’re going to be up against as they unveil their gun control agenda tomorrow.

Tomorrow, we’ll find out what they’re going to start off with in terms of actual gun control bills.  They should unveil them sometime tomorrow – and we’ll get a chance to quickly get a reaction out to you via e-mail and Facebook.

Another Crooked DFL Secretary of State…

Minnesota Voters Alliance


Minnesota Voters Alliance Selects Secretary of State Steve Simon “2019 Champion of Ineligible Voting”

St. Paul, Minnesota, January 4, 2019 — The Minnesota Voters Alliance (MVA) is recognizing Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon as its “2019 Champion of Ineligible Voting.” The Secretary assured his selection by rolling out a litany of proposed corrupt election law changes at a press conference on January 3, 2019.

Secretary Simon’s longstanding record of promoting and covering up ineligible voting also played a major role in being chosen.

A good example of his commitment to sustaining ineligible voting in Minnesota is his refusal to follow the recent Ramsey County District Court order directing him to provide the MVA with public election data. As a result, the Minnesota Court of Appeals is now being asked to enforce the district court order and compel Secretary Simon to release the public data showing who voted in Minnesota elections and who failed ineligibility tests.

Another accomplishment that helped drive the award his way is the Secretary’s stonewalling of the legislature when it made inquiries about the thousands of voters whose listed partial Social Security Numbers (SSNs) do not match records held by the federal Social Security Administration. Mr. Simon has neither examined nor reported on the 15,000 “mismatches” that occurred during 2018 when election officials tried to verify the partial SSNs provided on voter registration applications.

Mr. Simon’s additional refusal to analyze the 26,000 “challenged” voters identified by the Legislative Auditor as having voted during the 2016 election is another highlight in his record of enabling ineligible voting. The Secretary provided a lot of talk at his press conference but has nothing to say about the tens of thousands of persons who voted despite being marked “challenged” because they failed one or more eligibility tests.

Due to the Secretary’s refusal to discuss certified election data showing ineligible voting, even when presented with the data in court, it was impossible for the MVA Award Committee to obtain his insights. For example, we would very much like to hear about the several thousand records contained in the statewide election database showing persons who voted more than once in the same election.

“On the basis of facts, there really is no challenger to Mr. Simon when it comes to undermining election integrity and credibility in Minnesota,” said Andrew Cilek, executive director of the Minnesota Voters Alliance. “He richly deserves this award and we look forward to hearing his responses to our selection criteria,” Cilek concluded.

The MVA Award Committee was also impressed by the Secretary’s efforts to portray himself as working to protect the right to vote. This innovative strategy has the potential for duping members of the Minnesota legislature, along with the media and the public.

Congratulations, Mr. Simon.