Trump Pledges to Protect the Second Amendment & Teen Students Go Wild ~ VIDEO

Washington, DC – -(AmmoLand.com)- On Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019 President Donald Trump was delivering a speech at the Turning Point USA summit in Washington, DC to over 1000 conservative teen students when something unexpected happened that the bias mainstream media will never report.

The event hosted by Turning Point USA and newly branded as the Teen Student Action Summit is a 4-day conference for conservative high school students and a limited number of college students who are also be invited to attend. Throughout the conference, attendees will hear from some of the nation’s most well-known conservative leaders and activists, receive first-class activism and leadership training, and network with other attendees and organizations from all across the country. This is billed as a can’t-miss event for students who love politics, current events, and grassroots activism!

At around the eighteen-minute mark, the President resumed reading the pre-produced portion of his speech when he reached the section on reaffirming our constitution values.

The President started with, “We believe in religious liberty, the right to free speech, and the right to keep and bear arms. The Second Amendment.”

That is when the crowd went wild whistling and screaming that ran into the crowd chanting “USA!, USA!” President Trump looked surprised, smiled, and commented, “What a group!”

Watch the video above and cheer along with the young students. It is great to see that many of today's smartest youth and future leaders get the purpose and value of our Second Amendment rights. I bet you won't see this mentioned on CNN, WaPo or MSNBC. I wonder why?

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CourageousLion
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CourageousLion

I know this is a little off subject, but actually it isn’t it explains the REASON they ignore the Constitution. There is a reason that “they” don’t listen to the people anymore. The reason is that the lynch pins to the Constitution were removed in 1903 & 1913. In 1903 the blatantly UNconstitional Dick Act, which was a blatant act of TREASON, eviscerated states rights with the ending of STATE militias. Those first 13 words of the 2nd Amendment are perhaps the most IMPORTANT 13 words in the whole Constitution. A well regulated MILITIA being NECESSARY for the SECURITY of… Read more »

Robert
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Robert

Well just like when I was a youth, we were going to change the World the youth of every generation is always the same that is why we have progress and have become such a great country, we do not need to go back over 100 years of progress, to a time when guns were needed fro protection.

RoyD
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RoyD

I am guessing that you didn’t do well in English class. If you expect people to listen to what you are saying it is best to write in a coherent fashion. Your contribution is tripe.

ExGob
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ExGob

Wow! Only one period and three commas in one elongated sentence.

Budro
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Budro

Hey POTUS Trump? l am one of those DEPLORABLES who voted for you. l certainly hope you really remember what and why we have a 2ndA. MOLON LABE Sir.

RoyD
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RoyD

When it comes to the Second Amendment Trump is, “All hat and no cattle.”

CourageousLion
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CourageousLion

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^TRUTH^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
His “bump stock” ban is one major pile of crap he pulled. And his support of “red flag” laws is another. Too bad people can’t see through this clowns mask.

Finnky
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Finnky

I am shocked that democrats haven’t screamed about the bump stock ban. Even if you agree with what the president does, when he changed the law through an EO he took an enormous step toward pure dictatorship. Obama wanted to ban them (bump-stocks) but accepted proper legal interpretation that they were legal as the law was written.
I find trump’s disregard for the constitution quite frightening – but nowhere near as bad as any of his opponents. Would vote for NOTA (None Of The Above) if there were any chance to leave the WH vacant!

M.I.A.
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M.I.A.

Yeah Trump is a Repub. I guess all you complainers would have been happier with Hillary in office.

CourageousLion
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CourageousLion

I would have been happier with NO ONE in office. Who REALLY needs them? Do you? Can’t you live your life without some one called a “president” telling you what to do?

Will Flatt
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Don’t tell me, Mr. President; show me.

Jeffersonian
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Bump stocks? Suppressors? Red flag laws? National reciprocity? [thump, thump] Is this thing on?

Ryben Flynn
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Ryben Flynn

He didn’t like bump stocks, then said he doesn’t like “silencers”. What will he not like next? AR Pistols?

TheRevelator
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TheRevelator

Missed the boat on that one. ATF has already been busy redefining what qualifies as an “AR pistol”, once again by characterizing what accessories are on it.

That was a few weeks ago I believe. Just think, back in 2016 all the Trump fans were talking about how we were going to axe the ATF since the FBI handles law enforcement and the ATF has been nothing but an unconstitutional regulation factory. Tried to warn em back then……

Finnky
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Finnky

ATF may act to redefine AR pistols, but after Dayton shooting I fully expect congress (and possibly trump to sign) to pass laws banning them outright.
Pols try to be seen doing something. May I suggest unlike AR pistols, bumpstocks or body armor – every rampage killer has driven themselves to site – perhaps we should ban cars, or at least driving a car alone. Along those lines – AFAIK every shooter was wearing a T-shirt, shoes and pants. Perhaps we should ban one or more of those clothing articles.

Sane in Atlanta
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Sane in Atlanta

Great news! When will he actually START protecting the 2nd? Thus far, he’s done nothing but damage it.

Steve
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Steve

Yep, I still waiting.

DaveW
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DaveW

I disagree. People are attacking him about silencers, bumpstocks, etc. However, those are accessories which didn’t come with the firearm in the vast majority of cases.

Trump is still supporting the Second Amendment. To hat end, he has been busy appointing conservative judges to courts from one side of the country to the other. Not only will that help us with 2A, but also with other conservative values. Once we have courts which follow the Constitution then I believe that you will see how much Trump has actually done that is of a positive nature.

CourageousLion
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CourageousLion

GREAT reasoning. What other accessories can we ban that didn’t come with the firearm? Lasers? Scopes? Red dots? High capacity magazines? Ar 15’s don’t typically come with 50 round Pmags. Maybe you should help re write the national anthem to reveal your yellow streak. And if you EVER expect the wolves to follow the sheep’s rules, good luck with that.

Finnky
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Finnky

@CourageousLion – Much as I agree with you, we need to use more honey and less vinegar in most of our arguments. To avoid reaching point of civil war, we need to some of the vast majority in the middle of our ‘rightness’. In democracy there is strength in numbers, even if majority is only half heartedly going along. You will convince people to listen to you (and possibly support you) only by complementing them and making them feel smart for supporting your point of view – so lighten up with the denigration, please.

TX2Guns
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Trump has time and again proved he is NOT the “Second Amendment” President he promised in his campaign.
He is vulnerable to lib-tard rhetoric..especially after mass-shootings.
If he wants to get re-elected, he better prove his loyalty in the next year to one of his largest voting bases: Pro 2A folks.

Will
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Will

Trump thinks that scumbag LaPierre is the authority on everything 2A,firearm related. That’s who Trump has been listening to about bump stocks,ERPO’s,suppressors bans, etc. Trump thinks that because scumbag LaPierre wants these bans that pro-gun,pro 2A people like us,are all good with it.

Ansel Hazen
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Ansel Hazen

I’d like to see a real conservative pro 2A pro Constitution come out and challenge him.

24and7
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24and7

Well except bump stocks..umm except suppressors..the part of the second amendment he “likes” that is..

AZ Lefty
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AZ Lefty

Rwally?
Bump Stock ban down administratively
And of course this
https://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article202729549.html

Nanashi
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Nanashi

Then prove it. Phone up Barr and tell him to stop defending FBI agents who shoot unarmed women carrying infant children in the back and instead announce and enforce that all federal legal and law enforcement assets will, effective immediately, begin enforcing federal law using the definition of “firearm” as it is written. That definition being “any weapon (including a starter gun) which will or is designed to or may readily be converted to expel a projectile by the action of an explosive”, which does not include any modern gun as those propel projectiles by the force of expanding gas,… Read more »

Will
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Will

Vicki Weaver should be alive today ! The FBI murdered that woman. Thinking about that pisses me off today like it did in ‘92 !

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

@Will, The county prosecutor, from the appropriate county, filed murder charges against the FBI agent that fired the bullet that killed Vicki Weaver. The county prosecutor tried. The case was removed to federal court by order of the federal court, as I recall… where the fix was in.

TheRevelator
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TheRevelator

@Wild Bill While both of you got that Nanashi was referring to the Ruby Ridge incident, you missed something very important. Take a look at Nanashi and what he is trying to limit the definition of Firearm to. Why is he trying to distinctly limit it to blackpowder?(That is what he is referencing by “explosive”) Further, Federal Law does not legally state “Firearm”, I do believe Constitutional law states “The Right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” Arms, not just firearms, including air rifles, swords, axes, clubs, any type of arm which an individual… Read more »

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

@Rev, Black powder and smokeless powder are both a fast burn, not an explosive. In fact smokeless powder manufactures coat the powder with graphite to ensure various rates of burn, and therefore, gas expansion. I think that an ignorant Congress thought that an explosion goes on inside the shell casing forcing the projectile forward. In reality what goes on inside the shell casing, after the primer causes a little fire, is that the smokeless powder burns and produces gas at a rate specific to that kind of powder. Shotgun smokeless prouder produces gas fast. Rifle smokeless powder produces gas slow.… Read more »

MikeTX
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MikeTX

Anybody know where Lon Horiuchi is living, today?? Is he living under an assumed name?? He’s got a DEATH WARRANT hanging over his head until the day he dies, and The People mean to enforce that warrant.

CourageousLion
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CourageousLion

Not the back. The head. I was having dinner at my home one day when the man sitting next to me said, and I quote” SAMMY LOVED HOME GROWN GREEN BEANS. My wife had made some for dinner from the garden. I almost choked on mine. Guess who was having dinner with me in Harrison Arkansas when he was living in Bergmann Arkansas? YOU guessed it, MY FRIEND Randy Weaver. I got to hear the story first hand. Yes, he was the guy who lost his wife and 14 year old son because he had the audacity to cut a… Read more »

ExGob
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ExGob

Strange, ain’t it? A shotgun is less dangerous when you saw the choke off it, and that’s illegal. But it’s ok to buy certain short barreled ones with piston grips.

Will
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Will

President Trump,then start doing just that ! PROTECT THE 2A,ALL OF IT ! Stop listening to scumbag LaPierre about bump stocks (that BS needs to be reversed),ERPO’s,suppressors,etc,etc.!

Ansel Hazen
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Ansel Hazen

National Reciprocity. Cause if my drivers license lets me drive in all 50 states without any background check and releases of my health history…….

Will
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Will

Constitutional Carry failed again thiis session in Texas because the NRA actively lobbied against through TSRA (our cowardly state NRA affiliate) In 2014 scumbag Chris Cox tried his damnest to derail Open Carry calling us Texans “dangerous and scary”,but the candy-assed coward was apologizing within 24hrs. It fell on deaf ears. OC passed without any help from those NRA scumbags,but GOA was onboard all the way. The NRA has betrayed its members and the 2A for the last time. Send those scumbags Monopoly money next time they beg for a donation ! Add a “get out of jail free” card… Read more »

24and7
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24and7

The morons in the state houses in Alabama will not pass constitutional carry either.. they are being persuaded by greedy Sheriff’s to keep use paying for our rights.. The sheriff’s are using permit money paid by citizens,for their own personal use, which should be an Ethics violation .. Also, now they are paying Lobby groups, with the permit money, to kill the bills in committees and will not put it up for a vote.. Can’t get any news organizations to report this..

CourageousLion
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CourageousLion

Wow! Start educating pro rights folks about the power of the jury. When that gets out to enough folks, they won’t stand a chance in court if you have a jury trial.

TheRevelator
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TheRevelator

@Ansel Hazen

Enforce the Constitution then. The Second Amendment is our national reciprocity law, enforceable by article 6 section 2.

What is more, I don’t recall that amendment as requiring the Government’s permission to access it. Why are you creating an argument which says you must first acquire a permission slip(license) from the government to exercise a pre existing right?

Poppy Wayne
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Poppy Wayne

Thank God someone else saw that. My head about explodes every time someone brings that up as a cure-all.
I wonder why nobody has challenged that in court if they get “caught” without that mother-may-I card? Where’s all the Constitutional attorneys out there? Black & white, as plain as the nose on our faces…SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

@Rev and Poppy, It is almost as if there is an unspoken conspiracy to just ignore the Constitution. They can not get around, over or under it. So all of the politicians, judges, and bureaucrats just ignore it.

Ansel Hazen
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Ansel Hazen

I’m doing my part. The challenge now is to get the keyboard cowboys off the couch and have them show up and train.