Hawaii is dominated by Democrats who cannot question obvious falsehoods, like lone gunman. Most of the political atrocities that have plagued our times have not been carried out by lone gunman, from the assassination of Lincoln, to the death of JFK, to Sandy Hook, to the Las Vegas Shootings to the recent New Zealand Mosque shooting. All these, and many more, were staged events, using a patsy to take the blame.
In their denial, in their lack of questioning, in their ring in the nose march toward new age utopian fantasy, Hawaiian Democrats seem to subscribe to every New World Order talking point. That is, they are globalists.
For example, Hawaiian Democrats, who have dominated the state for decades, passed a gay marriage bill (destruction of family and natural polarity/gender) in 2013 and passed a pro-universal income (rations) bill in 2017. In February 2019 we see that Democrats want no borders for Hawaii, so that any criminal from any country can find “sanctuary.”
With that pattern, we shouldn’t be surprised that some of these high minded liberals (lacking common sense) would oppose the only thing that keeps us free of state tyranny, the Second Amendment, our right to bear arms and be able to defend ourselves.
Ending the Second Amendment means gun confiscation. In a state where the police are notoriously corrupt, this means only the state would have guns, and citizens would have no ability to fight criminals or state criminals.
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People might think that gun confiscation could never happen, but it could. Look what just happened in New Zealand with a false flag attack used to justify disarming the public. Look at mandatory vaccines in Australia and California. Look at TSA, created in reaction to 9/11, which was a deep state operation to bring about War on Terror (against nations which Israel wants to ultimately control) and to bring about Patriot Act (to spy on and limit the freedom of all Americans.)
We need to brace for gun confiscation, infants receiving implanted chips “for their safety”, 5G wireless sickness in every community, glyphosate cancers mis-reported, all that. It could really happen. It is time to become vocal like the women in above video, not just read this article and sigh.
These lawmakers have never studied 9/11 and don’t know what a false flag might be. That is, they are quite clueless. Even Representative Tulsi Gabbard thinks cavemen with box cutters organized the 9/11 attacks. Has she ever heard of Building 7? If the reader is not sure what this refers to, please watch this very short succinct video below. (Click on image.)
Tragically, these Democratic lawmakers don’t understand that their leaders are in a cult club. The campaign manager for Hillary was Tony Podesta!!!!!
Lawmakers in Hawaii Propose Repealing Second Amendment
This is not the first time Democratic senators in Hawaii have called for congressional action on guns and gun violence.
Thursday, March 07, 2019 Carey Wedler and Jon Miltimore
In Senate Concurrent Resolution (SCR) No. 42, introduced Tuesday, Democratic lawmakers assert that
in light of the numerous tragic mass shootings at schools, work places, and public events, [all false flag events] this body believes that it is necessary to repeal or amend the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution.
In the resolution, lawmakers urge Congress to
adopt a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution pursuant to article V of the United States Constitution to clarify the constitutional right to bear arms.
The sponsors of the resolution suggest the Framers’ use of the term “well-regulated militia” was “intended only to restrict the United States Congress from legislating away a state’s right to self-defense.”
Hawaii has a history of enacting gun control. In 2016, Hawaii became the first state in the country to add gun owners in the state to the FBI’s centralized database (known as “Rap Back”), which allows federal authorities to notify local law enforcement when a gun owner is arrested. That bill, SB 2954, was co-sponsored by Sen. Roz Baker, who also introduced this week’s resolution.
Resolution co-sponsor Stanley Chang has a similar history of advocating gun control measures, while other legislators who introduced SCR No.42, like Sen. Laura Thielsen and Sen. Karl Rhoads, have likewise supported other anti-Second Amendment policies.
The Supreme Court’s Verdict
The Democrats’ resolution heavily references the 1939 Supreme Court decision United States v. Miller as a precedent for a “collective rights” interpretation of the Second Amendment. They call on Congress “to consider and discuss whether the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution should be repealed or amended to clarify that the right to bear arms is a collective, rather than individual, constitutional right.”
The Supreme Court settled the issue in 2008 in the landmark District of Columbia v. Heller decision, a ruling the resolution says “revitalized” the discussion of individual versus collective rights with respect to firearm ownership.
Justice Antonin Scalia wrote:
The Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that arm for traditionally lawful purposes, such as self-defense within the home.
Scalia was joined in that ruling by Chief Justice John Roberts, as well as Justices Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, and Samuel Alito. The individual right interpretation was expanded and made the law of the land in 2010’s McDonald v. Chicago decision.
The difference in Second Amendment interpretations is significant.
As Dahlia Lithwick of Slate has explained, a collective interpretation of the Second Amendment is one generally championed by gun control activists. It holds that the Second Amendment “only protects the states’ authority to maintain formal, organized militias.” As such, the Second Amendment would only apply to federal gun regulations, leaving state and local governments to regulate and prohibit gun ownership as they saw fit.
Hawaii’s attempt comes one week after House Democrats passed the first major gun control legislation in years.
Hawaii’s attempt to have Congress consider whether the Second Amendment should be “repealed or amended” comes one week after House Democrats passed the first major gun control legislation in years.
Individuals will, of course, decide for themselves whether the Founders intended the Second Amendment to be an individual or a collective right. But their own words can help shed light on the issue.
“No freeman shall ever be debarred the use of arms,” Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1776 while drafting the Constitution for Virginia.
This is not the first time Democratic senators in the state of Hawaii have called for congressional action on guns and gun violence, nor is it the first time the state has asserted its right to restrict gun rights. In 2018, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals found the state had violated the Second Amendment when law enforcement denied a Vietnam veteran the right to open carry a handgun. Hawaii fought the decision, and the court agreed last month to revisit its ruling, which could ultimately bring the case to the Supreme Court.
The resolution introduced this week now awaits a vote in the state’s legislature.