Saturday, September 14, 2013

Is Gun Confiscation Just the Beginning?

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The gun-grabbing Sacramento politicians aren’t content with the number of guns they’re confiscating.
Earlier this week, the California State Assembly voted for a draconian new expansion to the so-called “assault weapons” ban that outlaws any semi-automatic rifle that can accept a magazine with a capacity of more than 10 rounds!
You and I know that means they’re coming after virtually every semi-automatic rifle.
Worse, chances to stop this terrible bill are running out.
Now, the Senate does have to pass the bill one last time so that the Senate version matches the Assembly version.
That means there is no time left for delay.
Please, call your State Senator and insist they kill SB-374 right now.
Click here to find your Senator.
Time is running out. Please act today. 
From: Dudley Brown []
Sent: Friday, August 9, 2013 8:22 AM
Subject: Is gun confiscation just the beginning?
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Fellow Patriot,
It’s started in California.
19 years ago Senator Dianne Feinstein told us that she wanted to take every gun from every citizen in the country.
Mr. and Mrs. America, turn ‘em all in,” she exclaimed.
Now, armed with $24 million in newly allocated taxpayer funds, the California Department of Justice is expanding it’s gun confiscation task force.

They’re literally going door-to-door to confiscate legally purchased guns. 

Reports indicate they’re seizing up to 40 guns each night, many from law-abiding gun owners without probable cause or without due process
All because your State Legislature gave them the money to do it earlier this year.
Now, you might be thinking, “This doesn’t affect me. I’m not a felon. I’m not crazy. My gun’s legal.”
%First%, I hope you don’t make that mistake.
If the gun grabbers have it their way, EVERY gun in California would be labeled an “illegal gun.”
And just because they are seizing other people’s firearms now, doesn’t mean they won’t come after yours next.
In fact, lawmakers are coming back to Sacramento next week and more gun control is on the top of their list of things to do.
If they move forward with the dozen or so anti-gun bills they have in store, it will result in:
*** MORE legal guns being outlawed in the Golden State;
*** MORE otherwise law-abiding citizens being labeled “prohibited persons;” and ultimately,
*** MORE gun confiscation.
If California’s war on the Second Amendment hasn’t impacted you yet, it’s only a matter of time.
On Monday, August 12, the Senate Appropriations Committee will be addressing several anti-gun bills.
Then on Tuesday, August 13 Assembly Public Safety Committee will be taking up even more.
Here’s just a few of their new ideas to strip you of your constitutional rights: 
*** AB-48, Magazine Ban Expansion and Ammo Snitch Act:
This bill would require the California DOJ to report you to local police if you buy too much ammunition. It also would put you in jail for up to a year for possessing a so-called “high-capacity” magazine.
*** AB-1131, The Therapy Criminalization Act:
This bill increases the amount of time you could be barred from owning a gun because of something you tell a therapist in confidence. The time period would be increased from six months to FIVE YEARS!
*** SB-396, The Michael Bloomberg SAFE Act:
This bill would limit your magazine to 10 rounds. There is no grandfather clause in this bill, so if you already have one that holds more, you’d be a criminal.
Also on the agenda are:
*** Increased gun storage requirements (AB-231);
*** A waiting period increase for private sales that would force an FFL to cease your gun while you’re waiting to sell it (AB-500); and,
*** Banning firearms that use a release mechanism specially designed to make semi-automatic firearms compliant with current California law (SB-47).
And, if Sen. Mark DeSaulnier (D-Concord) has his way, no firearm model would ever be allowed in California ever again without James Bond-style biometric scanners or palm print readers.
And this is only the tip of the iceberg.
Steve, your lawmakers need to hear from you today.
Without your activism, they’re almost certain to move full speed ahead.
Will you help me stop the gun-grabbers in Sacramento?
1.) Contact the Senate Appropriations Committee members.
• Kevin De Leon (D)
• Mimi Walters (R)
• Ted Gaines (R)
• Jerry Hill (D)
• Ricardo Lara (D)
• Alex Padilla (D)
• Darrell Steinberg (D)
INSIST they abandon their plans to pass any more anti-gun legislation including AB-48, AB-1131, AB-231, and AB 500.
2.) Contact Assembly Public Safety Committee.
• Tom Ammiano (D)
• Nancy Skinner (D)
• Holly Mitchell (D)
• Bill Quirk (D)
• Marie Waldron (R)
• Reginald Jones-Sawyer (D)
• Melissa Melendez (R)
URGE them to OPPOSE ALL anti-gun legislation in their committee including SB-47, and SB-396.
Thank you for taking action right away.
For Freedom,
Dudley Brown
Executive Vice President

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