Do Government Policies Disarming The Citizenry Rise To The Level Of Treason?


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New York – -( As we stated in our first article posted on AmmoLand News, “Does the Biden Administration’s Assault on the Second Amendment Amount to ‘Treason,’” one must be circumspect in the application of a Treason hypothesis. For, if we are careless in our understanding of the import of it, we risk diluting its significance, mistakenly attaching the duo labels of ‘Treason’ and ‘Traitor’ to those who never warranted it but happened nonetheless to be branded with it and then crucified for it.

And we know whereof we speak: Recall the branding of “Traitor” to our 45th President, Donald Trump, and recall the crucifying of him and those closest to him: Those individuals who assisted him in his run for U.S. Presidency; Cabinet-level Officers; close friends and associates; even members of his own immediate family. All of them have been incessantly, rapaciously, relentlessly, viciously attacked and hounded because of service to, or mere association with, the purported traitor, Donald Trump.

Trump was called a Traitor because of his alleged collusion with Russia—false as it turned out; a complete fabrication. A pretext to get him out-of-office.

But what was Donald Trump’s worst “crime” for which he was tacitly presumed a traitor—for which he was called an autocrat and a threat to democracy among claims that he damaged democracy. It was this: support for the right of the people to keep and bear arms.


America’s armed citizenry was always the greatest fear of the Neo-Marxists and Neoliberal Globalists because an armed citizenry poses the greatest threat to the New World Order to come.

The Heritage Foundation, on September 9, 2020, reproducing an article by the Federalist Society, said this about Trump’s record on the Second Amendment after four years in Office:

“In his most recent State of the Union address President Donald Trump promised the American people, “So long as I am President, I will always protect your Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms.” This was certainly a welcome statement from any elected official, particularly from the nation’s chief executive during a time of unprecedented attacks on the Second Amendment by many local, state, and federal lawmakers.

But how has the President’s first term stacked up against his grand promise? When we step back from the hype and honestly assess Trump’s performance with respect to the Second Amendment, what do we actually find? Fortunately, when we take a hard look at the bad and the good in three important categories—the President’s rhetoric, policy, and judicial nominations—it is evident that Trump has gotten the Second Amendment right more often than he has gotten it wrong.

In his first term, President Trump largely lived up to his promise to protect Americans’ Second Amendment rights. There have been a few missteps along the way, but on the whole, the Trump Administration has kept its word when it comes to our right to keep and bear arms.”

But the words of the title, “So Far,” in the above commentary on Trump’s Presidency must, unfortunately, read, “At the End Of” Trump’s Presidency, for here would be no Second Term in Office. The unlawful machinations of Neo-Marxist Internationalists and Mega-Billionaire Neoliberal Globalists would see to that.

Trump is now out-of-office. And it matters not at this point whether losing a Second Term was due to a fair and disappointing election outcome, or chicanery of the highest order. The latter is the likely conclusion to draw from the evidence.

Just as Trump’s legacy is being shredded, Americans face a more pressing and vexing problem: protecting the U.S. Constitution from being shredded, as well; and preserving a free Republic that is being systematically dismantled.

Americans are witness to a meticulously orchestrated, carefully calibrated and executed series of scenes and acts unfolding according to schedule as if from a monstrous Shakespearian Play, played out on the Nation and the world as Stage.

The goal of this elaborate, extravagant, carefully orchestrated policy agenda now unfolding in the Nation, is to dismantle the underpinnings of the most powerful, successful, and prosperous Nation on Earth.

This involves,

One, dissolving the carefully constructed demarcation of powers and authority existent between the three Branches;

Two, undercutting the doctrine of Federalism that has to this point operated efficiently and effectively to carve out and delineate the Federal Government’s authority and that of the States. This was done to prevent either one of them from exerting supreme power over the other, and to prevent both from undermining the authority of the American people, in whom ultimate sole supreme authority rests.

As for the last, the Harris-Biden Administration’s policy aims are directed to:

  • Constraining the right of free speech
  • Disrupting one’s fundamental right to engage in association for the advancement of beliefs and ideas, free from government surveillance and interference
  • Eliminating the citizen’s right to be secure from unreasonable searches and seizures of property by government
  • Undermining a citizen’s fundamental right of due process and equal protection under the Law
  • Disarming the citizenry.

Concerning the last, the attack on the right of the people to keep and bear arms as the final fail-safe mechanism to prevent tyranny is the most disturbing and alarming. For only by force of arms can the American people truthfully be able to successfully repel attempts to dismantle a free Republic. If that were to occur it would thrust America into a new Governmental construct: a transnational world order that does not merely diminish the citizen’s sacrosanct and inviolate right of selfhood and personal autonomy but destroys that supreme unalienable right, rendering the citizen’s spirit broken, his life subject to the whims of Government.

In the end, it was always the American people, not Trump, who were the true target of the Neo-Marxist Internationalists and the mega-billionaire Neoliberal Globalists. Trump merely represented the wishes and desires of Americans who saw their Nation stolen from them. Most Americans saw their sacred rights shredded: the right of free speech; the right to be secure from unreasonable searches and seizures of their property by Government; freedom from unlawful detention; and their right to keep and bear arms, necessary to secure their freedom from tyranny and maintain their sovereignty over Government.

Under the Harris-Biden Administration and Neo-Marxist-led Congress, Americans are witnessing the entire collapse of a free Constitutional Republic, brought about NOT by mere ineptitude and incompetence but by cold, calculated, callous, caustic, and cruel design.

The Administration evidently wants instability—social, economic, and health-related upheaval and unrest to occur in the Country.

Do Governmental policy decisions to date support a legal finding of treason by Biden and those serving in the Administration? to answer this question it is necessary to understand the law of treason—treason in the legal sense, not merely in a common or rhetorical or theatrical sense.

It is only through a keen understanding of the law of treason, that one can establish the elements of treason, applying those elements to the actions of Biden and others, and therefrom know whether those actions amount to treason. If so, the American people have a sound and solid basis to bring Biden and others to account for their treason against the Nation, against its Constitution, and against its people.

Through all that we do in our articles on Treason, please etch in your mind the definition for it as set forth in the U.S. Constitution.

Article 3, Section 3, Clause 1

“Treason against the United States shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.

And, “18 U.S. Code § 2381 – Treason,”

“Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.”

In the next article we undertake an examination of the elements of treason in the U.S. so that we can apply those elements to the actions of Biden and others in his Administration.

Our end goal in this project is to decode the meaning of the word, ‘Treason,’ to ascertain whether specific policy choices of Biden and others Do In Fact amount to Treason, namely, those policies directed to:

  • weakening the security of the United States,
  • undercutting the Nation’s Bill of Rights,
  • undermining societal stability by fomenting dissension among the American people, indoctrinating America’s children, introducing millions of unassimilable illegal aliens
  • into the Country along with murderous international criminal cartels and international terrorists, among other things;
  • subjecting the American citizenry to unlawful harassment
  • treating law-abiding Americans as “domestic terrorists” through distortion of laws designed to combat “international Islamic, terrorists,
  • eroding the separation of powers doctrine and the doctrine of federalism, and
  • disarming the American citizenry, leaving them defenseless against increasing criminal predation, and threaten the citizenry’s sovereignty over Government

The question is whether any one or more of these policies directed against the Nation, its Constitution, and its people, amount to “levying war against them” and/or encompass “adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.” We shall see.

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Ansel Hazen

it is evident that Trump has gotten the Second Amendment right more often than he has gotten it wrong.”

Problem is, this is something you can never get wrong. And if you are an elected official, you need to undo it before it causes any harm.


Domestic enemies are running the shit show we have now. The enemy is giddy with their plans to dominate the electorate and control the narrative forevermore. “Consent of the Governed” is deemed archaic and out of touch with modern times. Tyrannical proclamations from the District of Corruption are a test of public resolve. Bend over, or fight? What have Americans historically done when faced with adversity in troubling times? You don’t have to guess about that! The enemies within have to be dealt with first. There’s the ballot box, the jury box and the last resort, according to Frederick Douglass,… Read more »


Now that you mentioned Frederick Douglass, it is an interesting thing to say, does the Constitution say what it means? ” If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground. They want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful Roar of its many Waters. This struggle may be a moral one or it may be a physical one and it may be both moral and physical, but it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing… Read more »


It’s mind boggling how someone can make so many excuses and apologies for a President who enacted arms laws not once but twice in his first two years in office (more arms laws than the previous two administrations combined) AND sought to do so much more. This is exactly why we keep inching closer and closer to an Australia style gun ban, or at the very least, another 90’s style AWB which with a little research you’ll find Trump was in support of and willing to consider doing again. Failing to acknowledge and hold politicians accountable, especially Republicans, is why… Read more »


It’s like in the 90s trying to convince people born before 1960 that the NRA was actively working against firearm rights. Some of those people finally came around to understanding the issue, but it took them decades. Many continue the argument that Trump listened to Wayne and it’s all Wayne’s fault, but now Trump understands and he will never make that mistake again. Trump had many resources other than Wayne to help him understand 2nd Amendment issues, including his sons, Republican politicians from Texas who are military veterans, GOA, independent consultants, etc. If Trump realizes he made a mistake, why… Read more »

Knute Knute

I was one of those trying to convince people back in the day. I left the NRA in 1979, but didn’t start actively working to tell people about them until 1986. That betrayal was the final straw. But nobody would ever look at the evidence. Many still don’t. It’s too much easier to just believe whatever they’re told. But what can one expect from a bunch of hairless apes? I’ve now come to accept their almost total ignorance as just SOP. It’s the Dunning-Kruger effect. The stupider they are, the more certain they become that they know everything. Like the… Read more »

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Some people are just stubborn.

They will make a comment, cite personal knowledge and make vague references to knowing people who were involved with a famous incident and then claim that as proof their comment is correct.

When video evidence is presented of a county employee providing sworn testimony that is contrary to the person’s comment, they just start talking about something else.

Roland T. Gunner

1986- Hughes?


Amazing, we actually agree on something! They must be serving snow cones in hell!


If you dialed-down your emotions and discussed things, maybe you would find out there are more things we agree on. Rants and accusations with lots of exclamation marks and then leaving doesn’t result in anything.


I only remember one instance where Trump seemed to fold on guns.. the bump stock” business. He simply told BATF to come up with a solution to get rid of them. He KNEW he had NO authority to make law”, nor does BATF. It is the NFA that defines terms like “machine gun”, and COngress enacted that LAW. Only THEY can now come back and change that law or rewrite it. Notice how much Trump “did” to persue the supposed goal of making bump stocks “disappear”. Nothing. Once BATF had their grubby paws all over it, Trump backed off. Perhaps… Read more »


This is responsive to both Stag and JSNMGC. Thank you for your remarks. We agree. And an explanation is in order. In our citing to the post in the Heritage Foundation, the AQ did not intend to suggest the previous U.S. President, Donald Trump, did such a cracker-jack job in protecting the right of the people to keep and bear arms that we, Americans, should give him a medal. We apologize if that is the impression presented. If you read the entire post in the Heritage Foundation, the author of the article points to serious failings in Trump’s handling of… Read more »


My comment wasn’t directed to you or your article so much as to the Trump fans. The MAGA crowd, if you will, of which there seems to be so many on this forum. After rereading my first sentence I can see how it would be taken as a critique of this article and I do apologize for not being more clear. All too often I’ve been met with disbelief, excuses (multidimensional chess comes to mind), and sometimes outright anger and hostility by these people when the facts of Trump’s 2A violations is pointed out. Trump, like almost every other President,… Read more »

Last edited 11 months ago by Stag

No need to apologize, Stag. It’s always possible to misconstrue one’s intent or point a person wishes to make. Such is the problem with communication and especially with written communication. Language is unfortunately inherently subject to ambiguity, vagueness, and innuendo. No one is telepathic, at least as far as we know. And that’s a good thing. If we misconstrued your intent, we apologize as well. Thanks.


No need to apologize, “Stag.” Written communication is inherently subject to ambiguity, vagueness, and innuendo. It is always possible to misconstrue one’s intent. No one is capable of telepathy, i.e., instant and acute awareness of another’s thoughts–as far as we know, at any rate. And that’s a good thing. I apologize to you as well, if my response appeared as a criticism.

Knute Knute

It’s been said that at least 70% of communication is non-verbal, and I can easily believe it. This means that our written communication is, at best, 30% accurate.
No wonder it’s so difficult, huh? 🙂


It’s simply amazing how many people
can’t/won’t/don’t see that Trump is part of the Masonic Zionist system that runs America. False Flags, Red Flag Laws, Operation Warp Speed the list does go on & on. Many americans are not as well read as they claim to be.


Australia is proof enough what happens when citizens loose the right to bear arms. If this doesn’t demand a stand and fight situation look at Australia and see for yourself. Gun grabbers are traitors with a murderous agenda history has proven over and over to be true.


Xiden’s teleprompter very clearly declared war on Constitutionally conservative Americans more than once.

American Cynic

Do Government Policies Disarming The Citizenry Rise To The Level Of Treason? When you consider that disarming the citizenry goes against a major tenet of the freedom in the founding document of our Republic; which was meant to provide not only a safeguard, but also a deterrent, against oppressive authoritarian leadership. Anything that would deny us the right to bear arms in defense against tyranny, strikes a blow to our freedoms not only as a people, but also as individuals. TREASON IT IS! What we sorely need in America is crime control. There seems to be a growing number among us… Read more »


Who is guilty of treason?


Thomas Gage King George Three’s Head Minion in the Colonies, was “chust followink oadahs” when he launched his fourth “powder raid” that morning in April 1775. His “mission”? DISARM those unruly colonists. Kings orders. They had arrived in Boston addressed to Gage in December of 1774. His soldiers commanded the Colniaoals to “lay down your ares and disperse, ye damned rebels”. They only “obeyed” one half of that order…. and were shot in their backs as they quietly turned and walked away, STILL at Port Arms. Eight died, six more wounded. Later that day, at Concord, two more were shot… Read more »


And that includes all weapons of war, which we gave the Taliban. Nice huh?


Thank you for your remarks “American Cynic.” Where the Government blithely ignores the constraints of the U.S. Constitution and where it fails to cohere to federal Statute, and where it attacks the Bill of Rights outright, and, especially, where it attacks the Second Amendment, all of these threads point to the possibility of Treason at the highest levels of Government. And our investigation does center around ascertaining whether there is a sufficient nexus between the Harris-Biden Administration’s insidious attack on the Second Amendment and what we are beginning to learn about the specific elements of Treason and the historical development… Read more »


Trumps Bumpstock ban was a bigger deal than most will understand


especially for those who WANT it to be a far bigger deal than it is.

Trump KNOWS he cannot “make law”. nor can BATF.


Well, actually U.S. Presidents can and do make law. True they CANNOT ENACT LAW THROUGH LEGISLATION. That authority is within the sole purview of Congress and is the essential function of Congress, through Article 1 of the U.S. Constitution. But, U.S. Presidents can and do “make law” indirectly through executive actions and orders as we saw Biden doing with relish during his first few weeks in Office. Furthermore, U.S. Presidents are, unfortunately, often able to whittle away at Congressional enactments through the vehicle of “SIGNING STATEMENTS.” This practice sometimes is more effective than using a President’s veto authority if the… Read more »


You have a point, “Doc.” But, the reason why the Bump stock ban was such a big deal has less to do with these firearms components themselves than the manner in which Trump went about to get them banned. For, he used the Administrative Deep State to do it, rather than leaving it to Congress to attempt to legislate a ban on them. To bypass the role of Congress is contrary to the Separation of Powers of Doctrine and basically hides from public view attempts to undermine our sacred Rights. Indeed, the Biden Administration’s attempt to get David Chipman confirmed… Read more »


The currently installed resident of the White House, past presidents, House and Senate scum, and over a million bureaucrat peons with a false sense of importance and a lust for power over fellow man have been violating the separation of powers, the Bill of Rights and Constitutional limitations on authority for 200+ years. We withdraw consent to be governed by such an immoral and lawless group of degenerates.


Patriot Solutions, AQ is well aware of the longstanding threat posed by the NWO and we take serious exception to your remark, that: “AQ who is always stopping extremely short of the full story like by at least a decade if not two.” Not, so. In fact, it is you that has this wrong about us and about the inception of the threat to our Country. The American Revolution of 1776 was in fact a rebellion against what is referred to today as the “NWO.” And the NWO attack never stopped. It continued with the ratification of the U.S. Constitution… Read more »


I do hope this article will be followed by the thousands and Yes I find all of what was written in the last part of this article to be true and if I were to sit on the Jury they would all go down for treason for the reasons listen in the last part of this article. Read more: weakening the security of the United States, undercutting the Nation’s Bill of Rights, undermining societal stability by fomenting dissension among the American people, indoctrinating America’s children, introducing millions of unassimilable illegal aliens into the Country along with murderous international criminal… Read more »


Thank you for your remarks, Choogie. Yes, AQ intends to continue with our series on “Treason.” The Neo-Marxist Internationalists and Mega-Billionaire Globalists are pulling out all the stops, frantic to get their multi-trillion-dollar so-called “infrastructure” package passed as they proceed with their Socialist agenda, bankrupting our Nation in the process, reducing it to ruin. If they succeed, it is their intention to take what remains of the U.S. to be merged into the EU or into whatever the next transformation of the new international political, social, economic, cultural, and juridical order happens to manifest as. The would-be annihilators of our… Read more »


I for one would like to see the names of these globalist billionaires. And how they are using their money & influence against America. We know a few such as Soros, Bloomberg, Rockefeller, etc. I’m more interested in the ones behind the scenes such as Kissinger, etc.
Chile: “I don’t see why we need to stand by and watch a country go communist (Republic) due to the irresponsibility of its people. The issues are much too important for the Chilean (American) voters to be left to decide for themselves.” (link)


Thank you for your comment, “Arny.” I would like to see the names of all these Neo-liberal Globalist Billionaires, too. We get an inkling of who they are from a look at the attendees of “Bilderberg Group” meetings, among the names appearing in other lists of attendees of various conferences, and conventions, and names appearing in secretive political and fraternal organizations. Names do crop up here and there as one does research on the WEB. All of the major mega Billionaires, including Gates, Soros, Zuckerberg, Bezos, Dorsey, Brin, and Page, Buffett, and others, have their marching orders. And people in… Read more »


is this site a FBI “ghost” site ? Trying to stir up folks into actually doing something ? It aint gonna work, because folks effectively have their tails between their legs like a whipped puppy. Nobodies gonna do a thing. Call your Congress crittur ? Been there,done that. Call the White House? done that too. I told one of my Senators,9/24/21, "I will not Comply with any anti-2nd amendment laws they passed." So, of course 135 Republicans helped pass a red flag law. These so called representatives are a gang of lying thieves. Trust them to safeguard our God given… Read more »


“gunnerdd517,” thank you for your comment. I don’t know what you mean by referring to “The Arbalest Quarrel” as a “ghost” website. Our website is very much active. We research the law and keep abreast of the political winds of our Nation, and we do our work methodically and religiously. We have nothing to do with the FBI, or with any other Governmental, quasi-Governmental body, or with any other private organization or with any public foundation, or with any think tank. We operate completely independently of anyone and everyone. Our work product is our own, influenced by no one else.… Read more »


IMHO : It will not matter what they want to call it, or lie about it. It will be understood as the ultimate shot fired at a free people. 150 million + American citizens own firearms, and 1/2 the US military will refuse to enforce. Years ago an educated speaker advised it would create the greatest carnange the USA
ever experienced. Would a corrupt Communist government be willing to see
mass slaughter and destruction from canceling our established rights? We may find out sooner rather than later.


They dont care about life, or as they said, freedom. Its all about power. Their secret is their ‘roll out’ of the piece meal power grabs. The methods are studied , tried and true. #1 introduce a plan, #2 assess reaction,#3 develope counter move,#4 assess reactions, around around and around we go until a solution is found that can be accepted for ultimately increased Gov. power.It works in the insidious public school curricula,it works for local Gov. and State&Natl Gov. also.They never give up, we do. Time to get serious.


That percentage of the military refusing to go after grandpa’s guns is slowly going down as our education system continues to misinform them.

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Capn Dad

Absolutely it does. However as we all have seen politicians at the national level overwhelmingly get away with breaking the law. Lawyers become politicians and then make laws to protect lawyers. Wash rinse and repeat. The country is in dire need of an enema.


Round all of these anti-Constitutionalist Bastards up at GUNPOINT, take them out beyond the 12 mile limit (you pick the body of water), and dump their Communist asses overboard with no life preserver!

Roland T. Gunner

Bulldoze a nice trench at the end of the nearest soccer field and line them up.

Mark From Michigan



All of those are slaps in the faces of American citizens but, IMO, fall just shy of treason. They’re getting closer all the time, though.

Roland T. Gunner

Donating all those billions in hardware over in Afghanistan certainly qualifies.


I read it when you first posted it.

Theresa is not an expert in that field, but I’d still like to hear her debate Owen Price on the internet with a civilian, non-government employee moderator.

Let the military debate themselves. All their mottos about honor and whatnot are largely meaningless – they have been caught lying so many times, I don’t trust one word they say.

Knute Knute

I’ll have to disagree with that assessment. She is trained in virology and board certified. Her credentials are impeccable. That does indeed make her an “expert”. Don’t forget that the ones held up as “experts” by the media are only experts in lying! Their opinions have been bought and paid for, and as such are invalid.
Besides that, all one needs to do to verify her claims is to read the labeling from the manufacturer! Certainly just reading a label doesn’t require much expertise, does it?


She’s board certified in flight Aerospace Medicine. She is no virologist. She received some infectious disease training from some doctors at one of the places she was stationed. She received a lot of different types of training, and I’m sure she has those little certificates of completion for each one of them. Like I said, she’s no expert in the field of virology. She taught women how to breastfeed. She has a typical military resume – lots of acronyms and double-speak. Here is what she has actual done (from her resume): Ensuring safety of flight in Army Aviation operations by… Read more »

Knute Knute

Once again, it doesn’t take much expertise to read a manufacturers label does it? Or does it now require the world’s leading virologist to read the label?
But, since you discount the Israeli stats… and the UK newspapers…. what about the UK government itself? Are they to be disbelieved too, simply because you dislike what they say?


I don’t discount the Israel stats. I never said anything about them. It takes some expertise to form an opinion on a virus that was so important that two presidents made it a major issue and various politicians tanked the U.S. economy and ran up trillions of dollars of additional debt. Taking a 2-day seminar from some other doctors on how to look at pilot dicks to see what STD they picked up in Asia doesn’t qualify her as an expert on COVID-19. I’d still like to see her debate the other military people who are giving their opinions. Bring… Read more »

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Knute Knute

If all those sources are deemed insufficient, what about one from a bunch of mRNA scientists full of actual stats and with a bibliography long enough to choke a horse? QUOTING: “cost-benefit analysis showed very conservatively that there are five times the number of deaths attributable to each inoculation vs those attributable to COVID-19 in the most vulnerable 65+ demographic.” END QUOTE Now, once again, I have no interest in persuading you (or anyone else) of anything. Have the jab, or don’t. It’s none of my business. Your body, your choice. But it would be rather nice if you… Read more »

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What are you talking about? Deemed insufficient for what? I told you I have no plans to get the vaccine because I’m not in a high risk group. I stated I believe everyone should be able to make their own decision on whether to get the vaccine. I stated that most of the COVID-19 admissions to the hospital local to me are people who didn’t get the vaccine. That seemed to set you off. I wrote that Theresa is no expert in virology, you disagreed, and that seemed to set you off again. I have no opinion on all the… Read more »

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“In his first term, President Trump largely lived up to his promise to protect Americans’ Second Amendment rights. There have been a few missteps along the way, but on the whole, the Trump Administration has kept its word when it comes to our right to keep and bear arms.” This is how we get never-ending gun control. It would have been much better to say “Trump flip-flopped on the 2nd Amendment issue and, as a result, received less votes from people who care about the 2nd Amendment.” Apologizing for the flip-flop only emboldens people like the military veteran Ron DeSantis… Read more »

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I’d like to see a debate (on the internet) between Theresa Long and Owen Price. Bring all your data, each person gets equal time. Have a tough moderator (civilian, non-government employee) who doesn’t allow either one off the hook. Allow 12 hours to thoroughly address the issues.

Let them fight.

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I like spirited, transparent debates. There are not enough of them. I’d like to hear the “non-civilian” self-appointed experts with contrary views go at it. People should be allowed to make their own decision on whether to get the vaccine that was one of Trump’s major achievements. It would be best if they made that decision after hearing “experts” with differing opinions debate it. I understand why the elderly, who are obese, have COPD, have diabetes, have asthma, or have hypertension get the vaccine. Most of the COVID-19 admissions to our local hospital are people who have not been vaccinated.… Read more »

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Maybe Tank could get in here and say some vague, non-specific response and toss in the following words/phrases: Deep State Hierarchy oligarchy UK/Freemasonry/Jesuit/Zionist power structure shadow government Political party gestalt system Hegelian dialectic dogma Rebloodlicans & Democrips – Anti-Fa/BLM/Proud Boys Club of Rome The UN Agenda which isn’t understood by the complacent, apathetic & non-critical thinkers who can’t/don’t/aren’t processing the data. Cognitive dissonance & Ego PTV mapping of the human brain & if functions Tavistock Institute IoT for brainwashing vs. how to read & think independently Ego divides & separates. Spirit unified & heals. The Overton Window Dunbar’s Number Pseudo-intellectualism… Read more »


JSNMGC – I don’t know Tank but I have to agree with you on your statement about the vaccine. Also I was for Trump most all the way except for this Vaccine AND I think he was misled over and over and then either couldn’t back out or didn’t know how to back out of it. But the one thing he did do was to tell people to make up their own minds if they wanted to take the shot or not. It’s an individuals right to take it or NOT to take it and Not have it forced on… Read more »


I agree people should do their own research and that they should be allowed to make their own decision.

I agree the media (including Fox News) lies.

Regarding sheep being led to slaughter, if the vaccine is a time-delayed poison and Ammoland posters know that, then surely Trump must know that as well. Trump still has the ability to make statements. What kind of a monster would not make a statement if he knows Americans are being slaughtered and has so much influence?

Again, I do not believe the vaccine is a time-delayed poison engineered to kill millions of Americans.


JSNMGC Not a time delayed poison. Engineered protein to alter the DNA and there is so much more to it. I think you need to do more research about the Jab and look at it objectively and not politically. Trump did tick me off because of this vaccine. However over half of his constituents have taken the jab so it’s a political decision on his part because he is damned if he does and damned if he doesn’t so it must be left up to the individual to make up their own minds without being forced to do so. His… Read more »


If you know it’s a diabolical engineered protein designed to alter people’s DNA, then Trump knows it’s a diabolical engineered protein designed to alter people’s DNA.

Only a monster would remain silent for political reasons when he has such a huge voice.

Is Trump a monster, or is it possible that the vacccine is OK?


“There was always going to be the vaccine.” – Donald Trump

“We gave 1.3 million shots a day before he took over.” – Donald Trump

“It works incredibly well.” – Donald Trump

“I would recommend it.” – Donald Trump

“It’s a good vaccine. It’s a safe vaccine.” – Donald Trump

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You are a democrat aren’t you.


No. I’ve never voted for a Democrat in my life. I voted for Trump twice.

Why don’t you make an argument?

Why do so many ignore things they can’t reconcile:

“Rich people are bad.”
“Trump is good.”

“People who never ‘served’ are cowards and shouldn’t be allowed to vote”
“Trump is brave and will MAGA.”

“Gun control is bad.”
“Trump never did one thing that wasn’t good for America.”

“The vaccine is bad.”
“Trump is good and would never do anything to harm us. He puts America first. He’s not like all those other poiticians.”

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Knute Knute

“Most of the COVID-19 admissions to our local hospital are people who have not been vaccinated.”
Have you a source for that claim? Because almost everywhere, it is the opposite of that.


Yes – the people who work at that hospital.

A small percentage of the people being admitted for COVID-19 have been vaccinated.

Knute Knute

Just saying: “somebody said” is not much when one doesn’t even know where a certain person is located. For example, my friends in my local hospital say the exact opposite. My sister, an RN in Washington State, also says well over half of the covid admissions are fully vaccinated people.
All the hospital in Israel, home the world’s most vaccinated population, also list over half of the cases as vaccinated. So your local source certainly appears to be just incorrect.
OFC, having no idea where you live, I don’t dispute your words. Only their accuracy.

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All I can tell you is what people I trust told me. I trust them more than a UK newspaper, Fox News, the CDC, or any other government employee.


If you do a search for:

“percent of people admitted with covid-19 who are unvaccinated”

It shows a lot of sources that are consistent with what we are experiencing in the local hospital.

I don’t trust many of the national sources for data related to COVID-19, but I do trust my sources at the local hospital. Most of COVID-19 admissions are people who have not been vaccinated.

Knute Knute

Then let’s try this: Have you an actual number for that claim of; “A small percentage of the people being admitted for COVID-19 have been vaccinated.”?
How small is small? Less than 1%? Over 10%? If you know it is a small number, then you must know what the number IS, yes? Isn’t that the most basic of logic?

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I was meeting with several people at the hospital. They said “less than 5%.”

Knute Knute

I just tried your search and no actual stats come up. Only fictional, based largely upon computer models, “studies” being pushed by the media.
HOWEVER, if I reword it slightly to: “percent of people admitted with covid-19 who are vaccinated”
then I DO get some statistics, like this one from the UK:


I certainly won’t defend government employees when it comes to telling the truth, but I saw numerous citations regarding most COVID-19 hospital admissions being people who are not vaccinated. Here’s one (if the source is not Fox News, people will start having a tantrum):

I gave you information I received about the hospital local to me. You stated:

“Because almost everywhere, it is the opposite of that.”

Then you referenced a news article from the UK.

How did you conclude that “almost everywhere, it is the opposite of that?”

Knute Knute

Well, the president of Ghana has a good point. “despite not having the access to vaccines like in the developed world, Africa seems to have escaped the worst of the covid death rates.” The stats, when examined, bear this out. I wonder why that might be? Please understand that I’m not trying to persuade anyone of anything, other than to examine one’s own opinions and to make decisions for oneself. Personally, I give more credibility to my local friends as well. It appears that my friends have differing opinions from yours. I, too, have seen much in the dinosaur… Read more »

Knute Knute

I also take note of the censorship and downvotes that always come with words like mine above. I also wonder why that might be. Why is any suggestion that perhaps the profit motive is tainting the mass media’s vaccine studies ‘information non grata’?
Could it be possible (if one is aware of it) that the Phama industry owning large portions of the mass media has a little something to do with that?


“I’m also wondering if these friends of yours are actually friends… or are they co-workers and perhaps supervisors with axes to grind?” You’re wondering has you wandering way off the trail. What’s my line is not your game. The people I spoke with at the hospital I met through mutual acquaintances. They are all hard-core, freedom-loving people who chose not to get the vaccine themselves because they are not in high-risk groups, just like me. The county I live in was one of the lowest Biden-voting counties in the state of Wyoming. Surgeons show other hospital employees their new elk… Read more »


Knute Knute, The truth is exactly the opposite of what you just said. News With Views National and Algora Blog are both excellent sources of truth. Do some research for yourself and stop depending on MSM. They LIE like rugs. Flat out lies.

Choogie Lots of stats here.


Thanks. I don’t have an opinion on the vaccine, because I don’t know who is right. I am interested in why people who think the vaccine is bad don’t conclude that Trump must be bad. Posters have claimed the vaccine: Will kill you (just wait until the time activated something or other kicks in) – it’s a death jab; Has “micro chips” in it that are read by blue posts along the road; and/or It is not a vaccine, it is a diabolical engineered protein designed to alter people’s DNA (to do something) Others just make vague statements with lots… Read more »


I think that most people that took the Jab and are lining up their children to take it without doing their research to find out that the vaccine isn’t even a vaccine are still going to deny the truth because they, like a bunch of dummies had their heads stuck in their TV sets and most believed every word the MSM was telling them. If they would only do their research they would find out just how wrong they are. Look up: Reiner Fuellmich, Dr. David Martin, The Stew Peters shop and many others. The Truth is that the JAB… Read more »


If you know the truth, Trump must know the truth.

Only thousands? If the not-a-vaccine was engineered as a poison, why aren’t more than thousands dying?

Why hasn’t Trump issued a statement?

Knute Knute

Perhaps Trump is grinding his own axe, the same as all billionaires?


You are a one way street. Nothing constructive about you. You remind me of a democrat. It’s my way or the highway. And by the way I answered your question above. Go have a look at it. Can you research it that far back? As to weather you can figure it out is another thing.


Choogie, The subset of Trump voters who are cultists carry his water. They want their cake and eat it too. Trump bragged about the vaccine being one of his major accomplishments. He said the vaccine was “good” he said it was “safe” and he encouraged people to get it. Trump still has a huge voice. If the vaccine is bad, Trump is a monster. Do you think Trump was able to figure it out, like you did? Do you think you have access to more data than Trump has access to? Do you have more wealth than Trump so you… Read more »

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Awwww Puddin. bla bla bla. go away



Democrats like censorship and are afraid to argue the merits of their beliefs.