This picture shows an example of heavily armed but unmarked riot “police” in the streets of Washington, DC. Mind you, we don’t know who these people are. With no names, no identification and no badges we have no idea. If we were to be assaulted by one of them, there would be no recourse whatsoever. Is this not frightening to anyone?
Whether you are a 46-year-old black man, or a white female college student, or New York State Senator Myrie, or Rep. Ocasio Cortez, any of these thugs could assault you, possibly even kill you, and there’d be no recourse. How is this possible? How do we tolerate this?
Word is that these are mercenaries from Erik Prince, the brother of our illustrious Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, but how would we know? Also, do you all realize how expensive these forces are? Do we know how much money Trump is funneling into this buddy Prince’s pocket right now under the guise of national security?
The corruption is immeasurable.
I can’t believe I am writing this, but it seems like it’s time that we exercised our beloved Second Amendment Rights.
At the time when it was ratified, the Second Amendment was intended to have at least two security purposes other than a well-regulated militia:
- a practical purpose, to protect people from thieves, bandits, Native Americans, and slave uprisings
- a political purpose, to remind the rest of the world that the United States is well-armed
I haven’t been assaulted by any Native Americans in a long time, and I don’t know anyone who has been. We don’t have slaves anymore, so uprisings are not a danger. It also goes without saying that the rest of the world has, since 1792, figured out that the United States is well-armed.
However, the founders had another objective with the Second Amendment: During the early massive shift of power from the states to the federal government, the Anti-Federalists argued that the states and the people needed to be armed in case of federal usurpation of power. As a result, the American people are well-armed, as we all know, and as the NRA has been making sure we would be.
The picture above makes me feel assaulted by the federal government. Perhaps I should go to my local gun store (an essential business, after all, per the NRA), buy myself a few AR-15s, a helmet, a shield, black gloves and sunglasses, and go out there and fight for my freedom.
In other words, I should exercise my Second Amendment rights – since the federal government is clearly now turning against its own citizens.
Do you all see how Great America has become Again?
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Listen. If you follow the rabbit trail, you’ll understand the reasons behind all that has been happening, but also the effects. However, staying calm, we should retain our second amendment rights, without infringement, protecting ourselves and others. Then, keeping our heads while others are reacting to the political/media disinformation, we remain clear thinking, not reacting, and other’s learn from us.
Funny, I was thinking the same thing about you. lol