Second Amendment as Defense Against Tyranny : Gun Studies

Opinion by Alan J Chwick & Joanne D Eisen

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“the most important benefit of defensive arms is their deterrent power. As long as a potential dictator must take into account very serious risks involved with taking action against the American people, then the prospect for such actions being taken becomes marginally smaller.”

USA – -( The time has come to ask some questions because it’s obvious that the Democrat Party attempted to steal the election of 2016. What would have happened if they had succeeded?

Their maniacal anger, in defeat, reveals the likelihood of future troubles.

What would happen if, no when, a weak President is elected who cannot deal with fake accusations of heartlessness, and who will be eager to compromise? We can be sure that the Democrats will be waiting, in the shadows, to finally orchestrate their long-awaited opportunity to regulate the Second Amendment out of existence.

We gun owners have spent years preparing for the possibility of criminal violence against our families and violence that would accompany various social disruptions such as hurricanes and earthquakes. But are we ready for a political onslaught? And, are we prepared for the inevitable devastating attacks on our Constitution?

The Democrats and their Left minions appear to be dragging our country into new, unknown territory.

There are questions that each of us must answer. How do we feel about death with honor rather than life with chains and slavery? What is moral and what is not in defense of family, and does morality even matter? How righteous is a preemptive strike to protect one’s family?

David Kopel discusses the morality of violence and comments, “If violence – especially deadly violence – is always and everywhere immoral, then the Jews who violently resisted Hitler acted immorally.” Kopel believes that the discussion of the morality of violence is, in reality, a discussion about the appropriateness and the circumstances of the use of violence. He further comments, “the failure to use violence may itself be wrongful.”

While the serious nature of these questions began with the Founders, in 1994 the book, Lethal Laws, by Zelman, Simkin and Rice, heated the discussion. The book is still available used online. Zelman believed that genocide was easily committed by the governments against unarmed people. The early data describing seven genocides revealed that 55.9 million unarmed civilians had been murdered.

Daniel Polsby and Don Kates wrote as essay reviewing the book and commented on the notion of self defense against rogue governments. They note, “It is hardly a secret that lawful governments sometimes do grotesque things, quite often to popular acclaim.”

But, Polsby and Kates warn, “Though it is a long step between being disarmed and being murdered – one does not usually lead to the other – but it is nevertheless an arresting reality that not one of the principle genocides of the twentieth century, and there have been dozens, has been inflicted on a population that was armed…An armed population is simply more difficult to exterminate than one that is defenseless.”

The researcher, Rudolf Rummel, coined the word ‘democide’ to include genocide and mass murder by government. He calculated 169,202,000 deaths by governments in the twentieth century. We note, that his books make fascinating reading.

Paul Rosenberg suggested that statists, which prefer large bloated governments, believe that any government is “morally superior” to its citizens. In their view, individuals cannot control themselves with deadly weapons, but, says Rosenberg, the opposite is true.

But one question is asked, as a warning. How can anyone armed with a fully automatic weapon prevail against a government force with tanks, planes, and modern technical weaponry? Aren’t we making empty threats? Can we even think of resistance?

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The Left needs to know about the decentralized power of armed citizens. They need to fear us.

However, David Kopel, in his review of the Zelman book thinks that armed resistance can be quite successful. There could be no pitched battle of man with rifle against tank and helicopter, but the Tyrant would face a huge economic price. Kopel explains that the kind of well prepared civilian resistance that would exist in the US would be quite successful.

Kopel further writes, “the most important benefit of defensive arms is their deterrent power. As long as a potential dictator must take into account very serious risks involved with taking action against the American people, then the prospect for such actions being taken becomes marginally smaller.”

Yes! He is correct, as our possible enemy does not know our strength! They can only guess. We do not demonstrate. We do not make trouble. Meanwhile, the Democrats’ behavior shows that they are not aware of any risk.

Kopel is concerned, though, about the timing of violent resistance. He suggests,”One guide for when a subject people should resist may be the people’s assessment of the government’s degree of hatred.”

But we find the country, under President Trump, to be neither a budding tyrant nor a hater. It is the Democrat Party, especially with their socialist wing, who are exhibiting abnormal amounts of hatred against the President, and his supporters. So we might be looking at an impending civil war.

At some point, in the foreseeable future, these people might be voted into office and attempt another coup d’etat. They might be legally able to realize their desire to create a list of guns and gun owners via an expanded background check system which is mandated to save the records of the NICS system. They have definitely become bolder and are out of the closet that hides their intent to destroy the Second Amendment and our right to own legal weapons. “Repeal the Second Amendment,” the New York Times blasted out.

Even if such a time exists, they will never be able to disarm us. We will always wish to avoid violence in our streets and homes.

We suggest that these and other papers we presented here which discuss our Founding Father’s view of civilian weapons wielding should be read and discussed more publicly. Revolt of the Masses by Charles Dunlap is an interesting read.

We laud the Three Percenters because they already know. We are so armed and so ready, yet those idiots act like they are not aware that they are racing toward danger and that they will never get the stuff they want by using violence. We tolerate a lot from them because we have a lot to lose if violence begins.

It may never be about genocide, but it will be about freedom.

Simply put, The Left needs to know about the decentralized power of armed citizens. They need to fear us.

About the Authors:

Alan J Chwick has been involved with firearms much of his life and is the Retired Managing Coach of the Freeport NY Junior (Marksmanship) Club, Division of the Freeport NY Revolver & Rifle Association, Freeport, NY. He has escaped from New York State to South Carolina and is an SC FFL ( – [email protected] | TWITTER: @iNCNF

Joanne D Eisen, DDS (Ret.) practiced dentistry on Long Island, NY. She has collaborated and written on firearm politics for the past 30+ years. She has also escaped from New York State but to Virginia. – [email protected]

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willy d

I would do more to pull John Kerry’s military record than McCain’s military record, John Kerry is nothing but a scumbag!!!!

willy d

I will not take John McCain’s service away from him and never would, but as a US Senator he s__ked!!!!!

Schofield Kid

Today I salute a great American and honorable man, John McCain, a true war hero… Oh wait, didn’t President Trump say he’s not a war hero? And offered not one word of praise for his character and achievements in service to his country, but rather merely a sterile, one line of condolence to the family? While every other former president and so many politicians on both sides of the aisle have offered profound and eloquent eulogies… Never mind that salute. Too bad, John. My allegiance is with a REAL man of character!

Roy D.

Regarding John McCain: Good riddance to bad rubbish. Too bad it didn’t happen several decades ago.


sk: mcstain just made america a little better. your idol the muslim is no longer in the former white-mosque. see if if you can re-run h. clit-on in a few years, ahole.


correction: see if you can…

Green Mtn. Boy

Lock Hag up and throw away the key,may as well toss the Horny Hick in the cell with her.

Green Mtn. Boy

President Trumps statement of the senators war record/hero status,it would not appear incorrect.

“He’s not a war hero,” said Trump. “He was a war hero because he was captured.”

Wild Bill

@GMB, Didn’t McCain almost sink an aircraft carrier all by himself? Of course it was his own. No wonder the North Vietnamese wanted to give him back.

Green Mtn. Boy

@ Wild Bill

Reportedly he crashed three aircraft in his service to the nation,one of the carrier landings almost sunk his carrier,of course it was overlooked because his grand pappy and daddy were former admirals in their service to the nation.

Jim Macklin

Single engine fighter planes crash all the time. In combat they get shot down. On the carrier a rocket got loose on another airplane and exploded near McCain’s.
But McCain’s service was fine until he became a Senator. I think he left his judgement in Hanoi, particularly when it came to judging anything called “torture” which would be like calling the Dallas Cowboys Cheer Leaders a porno squad.
I hope that a replacement Senator places conservative Republicanism about compromising for all of the wishes socialist Democrats.

Roy D.

While I didn’t think much of him let’s not give him credit for something that he did not do. The rocket/missile came from a plane opposite of his and struck either his plane and or the plane next to him. There were 134 sailors that perished in the conflagration. According to reports McCain conducted himself valiantly during this disaster.


simply being a pow does not equate to be being a true “war hero”, although many pow’s have been, and all deserve credit for what they endured. mccain has rendered plenty of well-documented political service to the ebola-bama party. “profound & eloquent” usually refers to lawyer gas-passing & bloviating – like obamination presiding over a service for true japanese-american war-hero senator daniel i. a few years back.

Jack A Furbush

John McCain was no war hero. Being a POW dosent make you a war hero. Having a poor military service record does not make you a war hero. Of his father had not been an Admiral he’d have been kicked out of the navy war or no war.
I served 22 years in the Marine Corps. I earnd 2 purple heart’s and a bronze star. Does that make me a war hero?


Zelmen Simkim got it wrong, Stalin alone accounted for some 50 million dead, with the genocide of the Kulacks the purges, and the starvation of his own people from collectivization of all food production and distribution . These 50 millions are not included in the deaths that are attributed to combat troop deaths during the war. He also murdered all of the white Russians that supported the monarchy right after they were ordered to turn in their arms.

James Higginbotham

as a combat Marine myself. and reading all the post here on all the happenings going on in our Republic, the problem with a lot of people is they DON’T think another REVOLUTION OR CIVIL WAR can happen. but they are WRONG. were already in one or the other, just the SHOOTING PART hasn’t happened as yet, and people can only be PUSHED JUST SO FAR, as in our past REVOLUTION AND CIVIL WAR AGAINST TYRANNY. President Trump is dealing with SEDITION AND TREASON AS I WRITE THIS, by those in the COMMUNIST DEMORAT PARTY, SOME RINOS, MSM, ALL THE… Read more »

VT Patriot

Beautifully stated Sir. It is comforting to know that you also speak for about 80-90% of our hero Veterans. God Bless you all.

James Higginbotham

thank you VT Patriot. i talk to literary hundreds of my fellow VETS everyday on another site, NOT FACEBOOK OR TWITTER, I AM BANNED FROM BOTH OF THEM, I NOW AM ON GAB,COM AND THAT MOST OF US ARE REFUGEES FROM THOSE TWO I MENTIONED AT THE TOP. now those folks for the better part all free speech patriots the site has no ads and a Lot are FORMER MILITARY, AND ACTIVE MILITARY AS WELL. AND A LOT OF PATRIOTIC LADIES , ALL HERE NEED TO CK IT OUT.. THERE YOU CAN FOLLOW PEOPLE AND PEOPLE WILL FOLLOW YOU BACK.… Read more »

Jack A Furbush

Spot on. Unfortunately the shooting war is coming real soon. As ANTIF Brown Shirts become more aggressive against innocent Americans that have done nothing more than support the political candidates they choose. Maxine Waters is behaving exactly like Ernest Rhom in Hitler’s NAZI Germany. Remember how that all ended?


A politician with a law
never stops a bad guy with a gun.
The politician’s law only controls the good guys,
but that is the politician’s true agends.

willy d

The problem is that the demo-rats don’t want to discuss any gun control, they want them banned period, END OF DISCUSHION PERIOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mitchel Kotula

I am fascinated at the huge response one shooter draws from law enforcement…probably 20 if not 100 to one. Imagine a municipality dealing with 5 or 6 groups of resisting individuals spread out over miles, multiplied by a hundred if not a thousand municipalities. The government still has the upper hand, but how much would a front line officer be willing to take against his own people?


Don’t forget hurricane Katrina in 2006 or so, in Louisiana, the police were going around taking the guns of citizens who had not broken any laws. The police did not object to this unlawful order, and they carried out in the name public safety. I would not be so trusting of the police and soldiers to do the right thing when it hits the fan.
In the beginning anyone resisting the government will considered a criminal with lawful arrest warrants .
Does any one think that a “criminal”can convince the police officer to join him?

Ansel Hazen

Yes indeed we can and it will be stunningly simple. As Mitchel Kotula describes above, when the match gets struck small groups of freedom fighters surrounding LE will quickly convince them that things are about to change. This will grow from the suburbs and spread to the larger cities. There is not a one that exists that could resist a siege from the surrounding population.

Donald LaQuay Jr.

I honestly don’t believe that the 2nd amendment will ever be abolished it is a part of our Constitution that was written be our founding fathers,yes I do know that that there are some out there that would like to see it abolished and remove guns from our modern day society,but the backlash and resistance to that I believe would be so great that it would make it impossible to ever happen think about how big of an undertaking it would be for the federal government to confiscate all of American citizens weapons and I think you can understand my… Read more »


The current laws will never stop the mass shootings and other atrocities i until we put the fear of God into every individual. God has been taken out of schools, newscasters make fun of God. The churches have become a haven for pedophiles and crony money ministers.
The Democratic party has become the communist party and are proud of it. We are slowly becoming a stand for nothing country.
I believe President Trump is trying to get the country in the right direction, but look who is trying to stop him, our corrupt government.

Richard salad

Keep sniffing the glue. Trump is for trump. He cares not at all for the american public or for your needs. Time to wake up

VT Patriot

I think it’s time for you to stop believing everything you hear on the FAKE news. BTW, who participated in selling 20% of our counties uranium to Russia? Trump? I must have missed that. Or your friends promise to take all the guns from citizens? Trump? Why are you on this site if you believe any of that crap?


If Trump is for Trump why is he donating his salary to charity. He is actually trying to drain the swamp almost single handedly.

Howard Wolf

Be advised Donald that there are some sixty countries out there with laws that forbid private ownership of firearms, and yet they have higher murder rates, per hundred thousand, than the United States. Laws are no substitute for an armed populace. Laws are already in place that prevent convicted criminals and mental incompetents from obtaining firearms. And we know that said laws don’t work.
Honest people are constrained by feelings of guilt and shame. Sociopaths don’t have those sensibilities.

Wild Bill

@D. LaQyay, Until the progressive movement (meaning progress beyond the Constitution, see “Woodrow Wilson and the Roots of Modern Liberalism” Pestritto), we, Americans had a way to stop these uncontrollable mass shootings. We made a really scary example of people that committed capitol crimes, and we did it in public.
Wilson, Holmes and many followers, egotistically wanted to prove to America, the world, and history that they were smarter than our Founding Fathers. Every “progressive’ theory has failed … and brought misery.


At some point, in the foreseeable future, these people might be voted into office and attempt another coup d’etat. There are plenty of this sort who are not “voted into office” but appointed by they who are/were. Take a deeper look at the present kerfuffle with the Steele Dossier, those illegally acquired (by perjury) FISA warrants, even the FISA court itself, and the entire Clinton cabal, operating under the surface radar for decades. How many individuals have Clintons put into the ground? They’ve sold a fifth of our uranium stocks to foreigners, at HUGE profit accruing to themselves. SHE has… Read more »

VT Patriot

Well documented. Those Brit soldiers had no idea of the resolve of their opponents. I live near the battle of Bennington and Saratoga. These were fought mostly by citizen farmers and they’d had enough. I am always moved by the sight of grave markers with ‘Joe Jones, 13th Mass Militia, 1776’.
However, I do believe that it was Gen Gage that led the brits to Lexington.

Green Mtn. Boy

@ Vt Patriot

For you sir,the author has the history pretty much correct as far as I can tell,even thou it was published in a far Left rag.

The Boys were different than many Vermonters in todays age.

Steve A

I’ll take a chance and keep my guns. Thank you


We are faced with difficult decision these days,most of us know with this ongoing cover up of wrong doing by the Obama administration during the 2016 election,by Washington insiders to prevent President Trunp getting into the Whitehouse,but now it has become even worst because of the refusal of government agencies to cooperate with Congress to get to the bottom of it and with the media help continue to mislead the American people! President Trump never colluded with Russia and I have not seen one shred of evidence other than a non stop propaganda campaign by the media but the thing… Read more »

Ansel Hazen

We wouldn’t be taking up against each other. We would only be taking up against a lawless government and those who support it.

willy d

Michael you really nailed it, this is exactly what they want, be proud little sheep and don’t make any waves, just bow and K M A, oh don’t forget to pay your Taxes!!!!!!!!

Jim Hovater

My grandad was a WWII combat veteran. When I was a kid he used to talk about America’s ‘next civil war’. It’s coming, folks. It’s coming…


Our Founding Fathers would ALREADY have been finished shooting….a second time!!! America has been over run. We have let the enemy though “the wire”. Today, the enemy sits in the Command Post. Where will Liberal Progressives stand when the Second American Revolution breaks out?? DOWN RANGE!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂


“But one question is asked, as a warning. How can anyone armed with a fully automatic weapon prevail against a government force with tanks, planes, and modern technical weaponry? Aren’t we making empty threats? Can we even think of resistance?” Answer: Afghanistan

Green Mtn. Boy

Much the same was asked when the founders took on the British,the most powerful military at the time.

Joseph P Martin


W E Morton

Excellent answer! Just ask the Soviets how that worked out for them (or the Brits before them with their supposedly superior arms and tactics). Ask our own tankers how those armored vehicles worked out for them in the jungles in Viet Nam. No amount of Government force will ever overcome an ARMED, FREE populace.

Wild Bill

@Quatermain, Well… brother, first we all know if a judge, senator, congressman, batfe agent or fib agent lives near us. We watch and keep track of their schedule … when they come when they go. Then we think about their vulnerabilities. Maybe they don’t have a canine early warning system. Maybe they like to jog for exercise. Maybe they have lax operational security standards. Maybe we, and our claw hammer, join them on their jog. Maybe when they arrive home we accidentally run into the open driver side door cutting their legs off. Maybe we pour a gallon of gasoline… Read more »

Carl Ferrigno

They can’t stay in tanks and planes forever ? Sooner or later they’ve got to take a crap and a leak and stop for some twinkies–that’s where you get’m —“boink” ok next.

Steven Ala

We hold these truths to be self evident..that all men are created equal….that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights.that among these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness…that to secure these rights governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed..that whenever any form of government becomes abusive of these rights it is the right of the people to remove such government and replace it with one the people see fit..prudence indeed has showed that light and transient causes are not valid causes for a change in government…but when… Read more »

James Higginbotham

and with the exception of President TRump along with some good people in both houses Congress, those are Patriot leaders.
criminals traitors and seditionsist. AND WE THE PEOPLE HAVE THE RIGHT AND DUTY TO DO THIS BY right of GOD, AND LAW.

Jon B

There’s no need to regulate the second out of existence.” There is, however, a need to return to the original intention of the 2nd amendment and go from there. Contrary to Ammoland’s imaginary scenario of arming people to fight tyranny, the framers who wrote and debated the 2nd amendment left notes indicating that it was all about having ready call-up militias to secure a free state. And that’s how they wrote it. Article 1, Section 8, Clause 15 & 16 backs this up by giving the federal congress full control over the states militias (except for the appointment of officers)… Read more »

Donald kaferlein

How much bullshit can you create. Where in the 2nd amendent does it say any thing about slaves


Your revisionist “history” has been refuted by many noted Constitutional historians, one whom I know personally. The theory of militias being under total control of the Federal Government has been shot down (pun intended) in Cruikshank, Presser, Miller (in part) (although Miller was bad law) and Heller. If you want to continue to believe otherwise that’s up to you but don’t try pawning off half truths as gospel to suit your agenda.

Wild Bill

@Jon B, You mistake the nature of Rights as contrasted to Powers and Authorities. Rights, enumerated in the section of the Constitution known as the Bill of Rights, belong to individual persons. The powers and authority, that you refer to in clauses 15 and 16 of Section 8 in Article 1, belongs to Congress. Nothing in the Second Amendment belongs to Congress. Nothing in Article 1, Section 8, clauses 15 and 16 belong to individuals. Everything in the Second Amendment and everything in Article 1 are mutually exclusive. A well settled principle of constitutional interpretation is that if language in… Read more »

Dennis Coates

I will keep my weapons and ammo, ready willing and able to defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign or domestic. This does enclude many in our own government.

dava golino


Prana Ylem

The first sentence of the opinion piece is unsupported delusion, invalidating the writing from the start and making the rest not worth reading. Unless of course one is predisposed unsupported opinions (ie: stupid).

Heed the Call-up

Prana, your deluded post, unsupported by any facts, is invalid, validating the op-ed piece.

Prana Ylem

The article is delusional in the first sentence, making u supported clsims. Not worth continuing beyond that, unless one is delusional and presisposed to such beliefs.


can u speak & write in English, AH?


You lost me with the fully automatic weapon sentience,

Jim Macklin

Since the US Army, National Guard, Marines and USAF and the Navy & CG is almost 100% US citizens, a tyrant could not expect the officers and men and women, citizen soldiers to use the weapons against free citizens. In fact, the oath that officers swear to is to the Constitution and not the President, Congress or the JCS. Any tyrant would have the uncertainty of whether an order to the Army would result in the citizens being arrested or killed by air strike or if the Officers would honor their Oath and join the rebellious citizens. Keep in mind,… Read more »

Mike L

The Americans put up with decades of British tyranny before they chose to fight it. Like today, many people hesitated to use violence because they had a lot to lose. They waged war only after the British government escalated its arrests of ” trouble makers” , and then attempted to disarm the population as a whole.

Travis Hulse

Wrong answer. In the corps I swore to follow instruction of the commander in chief , at the time was Bush1.The constitution was also in this oath.

Jim Macklin

You swore the enlisted oath. Officers and civilians swear the oath to only the Constitution. Following orders is a matter of their conscience and the Constitution. ” The Oath of Office The Oath of Office I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely; and without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I… Read more »

Travis Hulse

Just checking . Do you just sit near your computer all day waiting to correct someone. Personally if I were ever given an order to use my weapon against people here at home I would use my own judgment before firing . Just depends on the situation.I hope the men in service today would not blindly follow an order of that sort.


I find your lack of imagination disturbing:


“Sentience is the capacity to feel, perceive or experience subjectively.” Not the same as a SENTENCE. You lost everybody.

Michael broadhead

The Indians the Jews the Africans the Irish had little or no guns look what happen


Sorry, I couldn’t finish reading this drivel after the 1st couple paragraphs of lies & propaganda. Shameful that you’re taking part in the division of our nation with dirty tactics.


Hmm, interesting comment.

Preferred Customer

My only critique is about Civil War 2.0. The more it’s mentioned the likelihood increases. Stop saying it! There are a lot of things I disagree with coming from the liberal progs, and their behaviors lately using violence is super uncool, BUT the notion of going to war with these people is reprehensible and appalling. For all their political defects they are fellows, Americans, essential parts of our Body Politic. Stop talking about and perpetuating this concept of civil war. Other than that, it’s a good article I guess. Ultimately everyone, left & right alike, want the same things: Liberty.

Ansel Hazen

You are wrong. The left does not want Liberty. The Left wants control. The Left is the only side trying to subvert the very foundation this country was built on. I’m sorry you are disturbed by such conversation but when our politicians stop listening to their constituents there is only one path to salvation for this country.


I deeply feel America is heading toward a second Civil War, and just one shot/assassination fired by either side will ignite it! Similar to how WW1 started. America is a smoldering powder keg, and, sadly, being fueled by many made-up issues! I hear what Black Lives Matter is saying, but no one cries out for brutalized white guys beaten nearly to death by cops in Los Angeles. NOTE: I have friends on both sides. I am almost 80 and have had many black and Hispanic friends over the years, and one of my groomsmen was Mexican, but not one of… Read more »

Donald Freeman

I dont give a fuck all a out this censorship ammoland has set in place!

Donald sovereign

See the problem is, the government has already taken our means to defense against tyranny.. we are already not permitted the same weapons that they themselves use such as automatic weapons, tanks, grenades, rocket launchers, weaponized drones.. etc.. so even if we #riseup we will be little match against such government thugs (keep in mind I only use such a term towards those government agents and agencies whom would violate our rights and act immorally.

Heed the Call-up

Donald, we are “allowed” to have automatic weapons and many arms that our military uses. Some are quite expensive and not easily stored and maintained by the average citizen, but with the proper licensing, etc., and enough money, and other resources, one being land, one is able to acquire many arms. Oddly, based on your comment about being out-matched, you must believe we have beaten the Afghanis.

Chris Perkins

You open with an extraordinary claim: “it’s obvious the Democrats attempted to steal the election in 2016”.

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. What are you talking about?


Never seen before? The same strategy has been in process since the War of Independence. They could have beaten us on the battlefield, they could not have held us on the ground. They tried again in 1812. That didn’t work out quite as well as was publicly expected. Instead, they then proceeded to systematically take us over, drop by drop, economically. Count up all of the Presidents, Republicans and Democrats all, who are related by blood to the “Royal Family.” Examine the “special relationship” between the USA and England. Study up on which other countries have slowly and methodically worked… Read more »

Robert Fernandez

I am not looking forward to the violence nor making sny threats. But I will not hand over my firearms or ammo. All one needs to hear is the words from Calif Dem de Leon. When someone asked why do we need another gas tax. He said something like, either that or they will be forced to make cuts in our protective services. Meaning raise our taxes or they will cut funding for law enforcement, firefighters, ect. We still have the 2nd Amd. What do you think they will say every time they want more money and we no longer… Read more »

Green Mtn. Boy

I don’t think the Left has thought out just what they are asking for however thought facts and truth are not a part of their practiced religion or make that cult.

Deplorable one

The left will be exterminated if they try… Take it from former navy seal Craig Sawyer… After observing that all patriots, regardless of position, have a duty to protect the Constitution, Sawyer minced no words detailing what he believes would happen to those involved in Trump’s removal and he explained why: Anti-American subversives involved in ANY WAY in an unconstitutional coup against our President will be run down and executed immediately by the world’s most supreme warriors. There will be nowhere to run to, nowhere to hide, no mercy, no sense of humor. Harsh examples will be made. My prediction… Read more »

Schofield Kid

Have another gulp of Kool Aid and keep hallucinating, pal. First, if Trump is removed from office it will be well-warranted and done fully within the law. And any wannabe commandos (or demented former SEALs) who think they can wantonly start killing folks will quickly be shut down by law enforcement. They will have a nice cell mate in fat, hairy Bubba and can spend the rest of their lives lamenting the stupidity of their crimes and yearning to have their life back.


SK:…be careful where the dog s**ts you.

Wild Bill

@Sh. Kid, I know of at least two worst case scenarios that would Constitutionally save Trump from being found guilty in any Senate impeachment trial. And I know two fatal Constitutional level flaws in the Mueller investigation.
You should get Alan Dershowitz’s book “The Case Against Impeaching Donald Trump”.

VT Patriot

Hah, you used the words ‘thought, facts and truth’ and ‘left’ in the same sentence. That is a mistake. They can’t exist together.
I got a kick out of the pictures in the article. My first thought was “nice starter collection.”