The Future Of The Second Amendment All Comes Down To Georgia

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The Future Of The Second Amendment All Comes Down To Georgia

Georgia – -(AmmoLand.com)- The Second Amendment will be around in some form or another in the future. But what form will it exist in? Will it be a right that we are able to exercise in a manner close to what the Founders intended? Will it be something that is there, but regulated to be, for all intents and purposes, non-existent? What happens in the Georgia runoffs could decide that future.

You’re probably sick of hearing calls to re-elect Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue. In some ways I can’t blame you. Had there not been some very serious issues regarding the process in November, Perdue would have been already re-elected alongside President Trump. But we are dealing with two runoffs and winning both is crucial.

The election of either Jon Ossoff or Raphael Warnock would be a massive disaster for our rights. Both have a clear hostility towards the Second Amendment. Just in the short term, their election would make it more likely to see anti-Second Amendment legislation enacted. But over the longer term, it would mean potentially more stuff to get rid of, making that road longer than it needs to be.

There should be no mistake about it, we are facing a much longer and harder road than many of us thought we’d be dealing with two months ago. Some of it was to be expected from Silicon Valley censorship, but a lot of it comes down to the fact that anti-Second Amendment extremists weren’t going to just roll over once Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed. In fact, they are openly talking about packing the court to neutralize the pro-Second Amendment judicial nominations President Trump has made.

If Mitch McConnell runs the Senate, court-packing never gets a vote. If Chuck Schumer ruins the Senate, then it could come down to Jon Tester and Joe Manchin, who have not been very good on the judicial nominations front. Do you really want to trust the future of the Second Amendment to those two Senators?

The logical answer to this question is, “No.” It is better to have Mitch McConnell in charge of the Senate to shorten the road needed to restore not just our Second Amendment rights, but our republic as well. That requires building a firewall, and build that firewall to protect our rights means that Second Amendment supporters need to back Loeffler and Perdue, then also support the National Rifle Association’s Political Victory Fund and their Institute for Legislative Action, in order to be ready for 2022 and 2024.


About Harold Hutchison

Writer Harold Hutchison has more than a dozen years of experience covering military affairs, international events, U.S. politics and Second Amendment issues. Harold was consulting senior editor at Soldier of Fortune magazine and is the author of the novel Strike Group Reagan. He has also written for the Daily Caller, National Review, Patriot Post, Strategypage.com, and other national websites.Harold Hutchison

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pureamericana
pureamericana
5 months ago

Interesting, G.Beck radio show Tuesday asked several callers same short number of questions on America’s immediate future under Biden/Harris & (D) totally controlled Congress.Various similar answers but the one single question all comments agreed on : ” If they come for the guns there will be a big problem ” Certainly hope they (D) realize what would follow.

buzzsaw
buzzsaw
5 months ago

The caption under the picture before you click on read more on the mobile view of this article says the election is on the 6th. THAT IS WRONG! The election is on Tuesday, the 5th. So, double check your calendar, and go VOTE.

Deplorable Bill
Deplorable Bill
5 months ago

The guy who planned the attack on Pearl Harbor back on December 7th, 1941 was asked why he didn’t go ahead and invade the contental United States. He answered: “There would be a gun behind every blade of grass.”. He was correct. As armed as America was back then we are very much more so now. That is something that should give every nation pause and every tyrant, crooked politician, judge, lawyer and enforcer absolute fear. You don’t really think they want to disarm us for our own good do you? I don’t know how many guns are out there.… Read more »

dodge4me
dodge4me
5 months ago

So many ENEMIES! Only one way to stop TYRANTS!!!

ShooterOne
ShooterOne
5 months ago

WE THE PEOPLE had better stand up now. I will never give up my guns while I am alive. It is time for the next revolution and I just hope there is enough of us. Is this America land of the free and home of the brave? Or not?

ARM UP and CARRY ON

StLPro2A
StLPro2A
5 months ago

NO….NO….NO….A THOUSAND TIMES I SAY NO!!!! Biden/Harris anti-gun agendas and actions will not diminish Americans’ Second Amendment Rights. Our right to Keep and Bear are God given inalienable rights. These rights do not stem from the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights. The 2A was merely incorporated in the BoR as a warning to politicians “to not infringe” on same. Only individuals allowing and accepting government anti-2A agenda will diminish our right. Laws are only as valid as the acceptance of We The People. Our compliance with the 20,000+ gun laws is our own decision to diminish our 2A… Read more »

Cruiser
Cruiser
5 months ago

A second civil war? “It will never happen here.”
We fought the Communists in Vietnam. The enemy is still the Communists, only thing is, they are here in our own country. Many are in our governments, state and federal. Communism is a cancer that need to be eradicated by all means necessary. “Freedom isn’t free.”

KDude
KDude
5 months ago

To everyone commenting here: Thank you! You’re restoring my faith in Americans : )

Ehryk
Ehryk
5 months ago

Really, the future of the Second Amendment, the Constitution, and our Republic, all come down to Georgia? Lord knows I am so very happy your capitulating ass was not around at the founding of our Nation. You would just be another kneeling kings man. Patrick Henry’s “Liberty or Death” speech applies, yet none of you courageous writers dare utter such thoughts. Why?

swmft
swmft
5 months ago

the atf needs to be regulated to tax collection and out of guns they are a branch of government out of control, they make laws without being congress supreme court should shut them down law as written is the law clarification needs to come from congress

nrringlee
nrringlee
5 months ago

No, Harold, it does not. The future of the Second Amendment is the same as the future of our natural law based Republic. We shall have it for as long as we can keep it. If Americans are willing to resist the incoming Harris/Biden regime and are willing to pay the price of resistance we shall keep our rights. But the vast majority have never been in a decent bar fight much less a civil war. They will roll over. The few, the proud, the 3% will fight to the finish. All else spectate. Semper Fidelis

Stag
Stag
5 months ago

It’s hilarious that Harold think supporting the NRA is going to save the 2A. Those clows are responsible for every federal infringement we have.

willyd
willyd
5 months ago
Reply to  Stag

The only thing the NRA has done lately is to drum out anyone who wants to straighten out how corrupt the NRA has become under Mr.Wayn’s and his extravagant expense account, and false claims on things that they supposedly fought for and won after another organization did the battle, and the NRA stepped in to claim the victory!!!!!!!!!!!!! They have all but lost my respect until they do some serious HOUSE CLEANING!!!!!!!!!!!!

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
5 months ago

Harold, have you contacted Perdue since your last article and asked him about his views on Red Flag laws and Universal Background Checks? Seems like a good time to force him to commit to a position. Ask him why the firearm community should vote for him.

Being a Republican is not nearly enough reason.

I’m not sick of hearing calls to elect Perdue. I’m sick of the NRA and writers not forcing Perdue to commit to a position.

Jaque
Jaque
5 months ago

Hey Harold. Where are you going to be during the the Patriots Revolution against the communist takeover of the United States ? Real Americans will need to stand and fight and fight to win. Surrendering to the communists is not an option. A senate loss in Georgia matters little. The communists wont be stopped at the ballot box. Not this time or next. But if we fight them now there wont need to be a next. Surrendering ones arms on the hope you can live another day, or keep your home and new truck is not how America fends off… Read more »

nrringlee
nrringlee
5 months ago
Reply to  Jaque

Sir, you are so correct. History validates your every word. When LA becomes La Union or Mogadishu folks might be able to look longingly back on words such as these and ask themselves “why did I not stand?” But it will be far too late. Semper Fi

Quatermain
Quatermain
5 months ago

Stick it Harold, it all comes down to We The People.

Buster
Buster
5 months ago
Reply to  Quatermain

Exactly right. The bastards trying to wreck our country and deny us our liberties will not stop until we drag them before a vigilante firing squad.

We need to treat them the way Sherman treated Atlanta…kill them all – men, women, children – and burn their assets to the ground.

RoyD
RoyD
5 months ago
Reply to  Buster

Perhaps, one day, you will come to speaking the truth instead of lies. One can always hope.

hippybiker
hippybiker
5 months ago
Reply to  RoyD

Buster does not seem to have an grasp of American history. Creatures like Sherman rot with the Hitler, Mao and Stalin types! Not to mention Che and Fidel. But tha5 another story!

willyd
willyd
5 months ago
Reply to  Quatermain

Most of the transplants coming to us from the Middle East are trying to make our country look Beirut and civil disorder, I am old enough to remember what Beirut used to look like years ago, it used to be a post card city LOOK AT IT NOW!!!!!! This s what our cities will look like if we don’t take a stand!!!!!!!!

musicman44mag
musicman44mag
5 months ago

The firewall should have been built when we had a president, house and senate all in control at the same time. They should have made constitutional carry the law of the land and put laws in effect where it could never be changed. If republicans and constitutionalists would have done their job in the first place, we would never have gotten to this point. Letting presidents decide what organizations we will have to do what jobs they feel are necessary was a big mistake. It should require the vote of the people or at least the peoples representatives because we… Read more »

Swany
Swany
5 months ago
Reply to  musicman44mag

You are 100% correct.
“Our” government continues to fail the people….

nod
nod
5 months ago
Reply to  musicman44mag

“The firewall should have been built when we had a president, house and senate all in control at the same time. They should have made constitutional carry the law of the land and put laws in effect where it could never be changed.” And there is the problem. In two years the Republicans did absolutely nothing. McConnell is just a big communist as the rest of them. Long ago the people started letting the government control the country as opposed to the people controlling the government. It is high time the people gave McConnell and his fellow swamp rats a… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
5 months ago
Reply to  nod

They keep getting re-elected because so many Republican voters think that because Democrat politicians are bad, that means Republican politicians are good. Most Republican voters spend no time working on political agendas prior to the primaries. The firearm community may be one of the worst subsets of Republican voters with respect to this issue. I can’t tell you how many refuse to spend the slightest effort to get involved. When a Democrat gets elected the same Republican voters let everyone know they are buying more guns and ammo. Meanwhile, Democrat voters meet in person, establish priorities, communicate with one another… Read more »

StLPro2A
StLPro2A
5 months ago
Reply to  nod

Nod, blame those re-elections on the Free-Shit Victimization Swamp Rats.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
5 months ago
Reply to  StLPro2A

The problem will never be solved unless it is recognized.

The problem is Democrat voters are willing to spend more effort at politics than Republican voters.

willyd
willyd
5 months ago
Reply to  nod

I’ve been saying TERM LIMITS, but the useless politicians in DC will never put that in as to they don’t want to cut off their nose to spite their faces and cut their purse strings off also!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!