Citizen Disarmament Democrats Unleash Inner Totalitarians with Employer Vax Mandates

He doesn’t just mean NRA– if you’re a gun owner, he means you. He says he can’t even LOOK at you. And be sure to see who else is proud. (Evan Low/Facebook)

U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “A California bill aims to require all businesses in the state to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for their employees, KCRA 3 reports. “The bill would require all businesses in California to have their employees show proof that they either have been vaccinated against COVID-19 or have a religious or medical reason not to get the shot.”

Per the bill, not just employees, but “independent contractors.” While there are exemptions for “a medical condition or disability or because of a sincerely held religious belief,” that last bit will be determined by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing in consultation with the State Department of Public Health and the Division of Occupational Safety and Health, that is, with bureaucrats appointed by and beholden to Democrats. They will now, by law, be the mindreading authorizers of state-approved religious convictions, the First Amendment saying they’re not authorized to do that notwithstanding.

Evidently, saying “I prayed on it and God told me” won’t cut it. So much for every recognized prophet ever chronicled.

By saying “The bill would require the department to impose a penalty of an unspecified amount on an employer for any violation of these provisions,” and leaving things open-ended, the official faith arbiters will be empowered to conduct a financial Inquisition. Punishments will be adjustable to resistance until a sufficiently broken heretic recants.

The one businessman interviewed is against it, citing cancellation-inviting, non-“progressive” ideas like “ individual identity and the freedom to choose.” Coming in strong for the state powers to dictate and punish the bourgeoisie (and we know what the Democratic Socialists have in mind for them) is the head of a nonprofit lobby group that says it’s set up to advance their interests, although looking at their 990 on Guidestar, he’s not doing too bad himself. (Check out the guy’s Twitter feed—he’s also constantly out there cheerleading Joe Biden’s economic equity orders.)

Pushing the jab mandate in the Assembly are Buffy Wicks, Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, Evan Low, and Akilah Weber, all – and since coercion of citizens is involved, this will surprise no one – Democrats. The interesting thing about these four is, they’re all in lockstep with “unconditionally surrender or be destroyed” mandates. They will brook no dissent against those who wield power, dominate the press, and control social media discourse, even though there is plenty of evidence that’s managed to slip through exposing coordinated lies and cover-ups.

The truth doesn’t matter, only our obedience.

With that as a backdrop, it’s no surprise that all four of these presumptive rulers are against our right to keep and bear arms. Still, since they’re so adamant about bending “we the people” to their will, it’s instructive to see how against it they are and then ask ourselves why.

“I’m very proud to announce that I have received the Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America Candidate Distinction award!” Buffy Wicks brags on her website. “I’m the only candidate running for Assembly District 15 to receive this award and I’m also the only candidate who has the endorsement of gun violence prevention advocates Fmr. Congresswoman Gabby Giffords and Captain Mark Kelly. I won’t stop fighting until our families and our communities are safe from gun violence. #NeverAgain”

Does anyone else recall where that repurposed hashtag came from, and what made it all possible?

Ditto for Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, who considers mugging for the camera to be “work[ing] with former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords to stop gun violence.” Now ask her what “gun violence” her attempts at disarming her countrymen have actually stopped. Be sure to tell her to show her work.

“La Mesa went from a City Council governed mostly by Republicans to one without a single registered Republican,” Voice of San Diego notes. Akilah Weber is a perfect example of how California has changed over the past few decades to provide a blueprint for what the Democrats plan to do to the rest of the republic. Her most recent attempt to plot against rights was supporting a firearms and ammunition excise tax (per Gun Owners of California, the bill, which would have imposed “$25.00 on every gun and a ‘yet to be determined’ tax on each box of ammunition bought in the state”  has stalled for now, but you can bet it will be back in a future session.)

Saving the “best” for last, the most overtly obnoxious and in-your-face wannabe ruler on the list is Evan Low, someone with no experience running a business that he presumes to dictate to, and no evident life experience outside of telling other people what to do (backed up by what the Declaration of Independence called “swarms of Officers”).

“Low ATTACKED a Second Amendment advocate in a committee hearing in June when he insulted not only the gun lobbyist, BUT ALL GUN OWNERS,” Firearms Policy Coalition reported. “EVAN LOW THINKS YOU AREN’T WORTH LOOKING AT. AND HE DOESN’T RESPECT YOU.”

The photo used at the top of this article comes from Low’s Facebook page. If you follow the link, you’ll see he’s added the caption “An ‘F’ grade that my Chinese parents are proud of!”

To be clear, he, and they, support Chinese communist citizen disarmament edicts and want to impose them here. The kind of tyranny that has enabled is being eagerly emulated by those who crave total control. After all, remember what Chairman Mao said about political power?

Now look at how China, with millions of willing enforcers, is able to make sure its COVID mandates are obeyed:

“In the northwestern city of Xi’an, hospital employees refused to admit a man suffering from chest pains because he lived in a medium-risk district. He died of a heart attack. They informed a woman who was eight months pregnant and bleeding that her Covid test wasn’t valid. She lost her baby. Two community security guards told a young man they didn’t care that he’d had nothing to eat after catching him out during the lockdown. They beat him up.”

Coming soon to a provincial administrative division near you, provided these wannabe totalitarians who demand your disarmament – and their domestic “commonsense gun safety” enablers – have their way…


About David Codrea:

David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.

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musicman44mag

What the hell happened to the America I was born and raised in? I can’t believe the changes they are trying to force down our throats and mandate by law that we have to do and if we don’t, they label us a terrorist so they can take military or law enforcement actions against us. WTF. Is this Canada, Germany, Austria? They decide if my religion is the right one that meets their qualifications if I can refuse the shot or not. They forced us not to have church and jailed preachers that held sermons. Gotta wear a mask or… Read more »

Wild Bill

America is just beyond the next election. What America is going to be depends on who we vote for from the local school board to the president of the United States.

Russn8r

Nice try, TEX. RINO Cuck Collaborator Abbott will be forced into a primary runoff, then it’s game on.

Wild Bill

AG Paxton Sues Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for   Unlawfully Prohibiting Firearm Silencers in Texas     AUSTIN –Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives seeking to stop the enforcement of federal regulations regarding firearm suppressors made in Texas. Texas House Bill 957, passed in 2021, expressly exempts from federal regulation firearm suppressors that are made in, and remain in Texas.    Federal law regulates firearm suppressors, making it illegal to own a firearm suppressor for personal use without paying a tax. It is also a federal offense to possess, manufacture,… Read more »

Russn8r

That’s why I’ve repeatedly donated to Paxton, whereas I donated to 2 of RINO fraud Abbott’s primary opponents, Col West & Don Huffines, both of whom are true conservatives.

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Oldman

So where do you live, anyway? Last I heard you were first in Seattle, second in San Fransisco, and Now Texas? Jesse has you pegged. What a Christmas Turkey.

Russn8r

You and Jesse are pegging each other. Smarmy sock pups like you think you have to live in a state to donate there. Here’s a bit of what you’re supporting: https://www.dallasnews.com/news/politics/2020/02/03/texans-overwhelmingly-want-gun-background-checks-are-open-to-red-flag-laws-dmn-ut-tyler-poll-finds/ Suggested red-flag after 10 killed in school. [Red Flag] is opposed by Jack Wilson who returned fire at his church, and Stephen Willeford who confronted a gunman in a shooting that left 26 parishioners dead. “If somebody wants a gun,” Wilson said, “they can get it whenever they want, red flag laws or not.” https://www.dallasnews.com/news/politics/2019/08/22/could-texas-change-its-gun-laws-after-el-paso-mass-shooting-gov-abbott-opens-talks-as-nra-says-no-no-and-no/ Abbott “concerned” about allowing private gun sales without checks. “One stranger can sell a gun to… Read more »

Oldman

You do not have the personal integrity to donate to any cause, cuz you don’t have a moral compass. You and JSNMGC, “the suicide by cop twins”, are useless to this site. Go get yourselves a real life, and leave us to civil discussion of pro-gun affairs. BTW, you are here awfully early today. You must have not been able to sleep off the drugs you took last night? Try some Fentanyl tonight, okay? And take an extra toke for me, will ya?

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JSNMGC

Oldman preaches civility. Oldman quotes: “Yep! He will then have to go back to his lonely masturbation, and not his mutual masturbation sock pup club. His hand will get very tired, I’m sure.” ~ Oldman “Believe me, WB, none of the 3 Amigos + Will/Tex (if my epiphany is correct, and I believe it is) has enough juice in the old scrotum to get anywhere near a real man like you. They just hurl insults because they know what the result would be, should they try.” ~ Oldman “Hard to believe, I know. I think I just had an epiphany.… Read more »

Oldman

And so you are doing exactly what you accuse WB of doing when he jumps in to save Jesse? Ah, the horrors.Cannot the Russian fend for himself?

JSNMGC

“And so you are doing exactly what you accuse WB of doing when he jumps in to save Jesse? Ah, the horrors.Cannot the Russian fend for himself?” ~ Oldman

I’m pointing out the double standards the three of you use. You knew that, though, right?

When you wore a badge and had a radio, were you this disingenuous in your approach to “serving?”

Oldman

Unfortunately for you, there is nothing that you can point out to me…….I could never take you seriously enough to count your capabilities to teach a ten year old anything. You are a ten percenter or less.

JSNMGC

“Unfortunately for you, there is nothing that you can point out to me…….I could never take you seriously enough to count your capabilities to teach a ten year old anything. You are a ten percenter or less.” ~ Oldman

There you go again.

Oldman

Jesse, I really can’t give him the credit for having a “mind”.

Wild Bill

If he were in my Bn, I would not let him be in charge of a spare M-60 barrel.

Wild Bill

He is an E-5 source.

Oldman

No doubt.

Wild Bill

Different standards for different things. Civil is preponderance of the evidence. Criminal is beyond a reasonable doubt. Administrative is a modicum of evidence.
An educated person would know that.

Wild Bill

Way more civil than the three stooges.

Wild Bill

I wonder if he has enough income to donate to any charity.

JSNMGC

Jesse/Will/”TEX” – 2/28/22:

“Oldman,don’t forget Wyoming,the loser also said that he lived there.”

Response to Jesse/Will/”TEX:”

He specifically indicated he did not live in Wyoming.

He was generous enough to donate to one of the most pro 2nd Amendment state legislators we have, though.

You continue to lie.

I suggest you keep posting.

JSNMGC

“Do you do all it’s talking for it ?” ~ Jesse/Will/”TEX”

That’s funny coming from you with Wild Bill leaping in frequently to attempt to save you from yourself, and you chiming in with your toady remarks.

Wild Bill

I never leap in to save anyone. No one here needs saving. I just jump in to defenestrate you.

JSNMGC

“I never leap in to save anyone. No one here needs saving. I just jump in to defenestrate you.” ~ Wild Bill

Your attempts are “most humorous.”

Russn8r

Here’s what you support: Abbott Killed Child Sex Change Ban https://texasscorecard.com/podcasts/how-burrows-phelan-abbott-killed-a-ban-on-sex-change-surgeries-in-texas-episode-140 Abbott-Phelan take $250k from sex-change mills https://nationalfile.com/texas-abbott-patrick-house-speaker-received-250k-from-clinic-that-chemically-castrates-transgender-kids/ Abbott-Phelan do zip to stop child mutilation https://texasscorecard.com/state/texas-governor-lawmakers-continue-to-do-nothing-to-protect-children-from-mutilation-operations/ Abbott’s lockdown sent hairdressers to jail, b/k’s 1000s of businesses. Blocks special session to ban mandates, while his 6-mo-old kabuki EO is ignored as he knew it would. “Abbott was fine with putting salon owners in jail with his ‘close small businesses’ order, but does nothing to stop UT from ignoring his ban on vax mandates.” Only helped get Luther released under heavy pressure from conservatives. Abbott-Phelan paralyzed special session https://texasscorecard.com/state/texans-critique-gov-abbotts-and-speaker-phelans-handling-of-botched-special-session/ Abbott-Phelan cut election… Read more »

Finnky

Texas law instituted last year required Paxton to file that suit. Much as I support the suit, I won’t give Paxton any credit for filing it – only for winning or losing.

Wild Bill

Be that as it may … I sure hope that he wins.

gunnerdd517

given the emotion that seems to prevail, i suspect everyone is waiting for the second shot to be heard.

swmft

it may well come as someone defending from a no knock warrant

Finnky

Unfortunately that is unlikely. Even if victim is able to kill the first set of attackers, he’s unlikely to survive long. By the time any news comes out on the event, victim will have been so vilified by the press that anyone supporting him is likely to by lynched. Better to survive the initial encounter, using whatever means necessary – even peaceful surrender. Get names and quietly and anonymously pursue the instigators as well as the enforcers. Not only is revenge better served cold, victim is far more likely to survive while inflicting far more punishment on the aggressors. Problem… Read more »

musicman44mag

While we are on mandates and new laws, what ever happened to that law a law maker was trying to put in place that actors have to take an arms training course in order to handle a gun on the movie set. In fact, what happened to Alec Baldwin. Did we forget his accidental manslaughter he committed yet?

Deplorable Bill

Awaiting approval again.

Arm up and carry on

john

Did the supreme court rule on mandates for private citizens ? California is spreading like a virus of its own making. The progressive communist state government is no longer doing the will of the people. As those living in California like NY are leaving in droves please leave your failed politics behind. Remember why you are moving and to where we do not want your progressive communist ideologies to be packed in your baggage. Leave your hollywood friends to live in the hills where once nature stood a chance. Remember water we like our water and will protect it from… Read more »

musicman44mag

I think that the supreme court in a case of New York vs the people decided that employers can mandate vaccination if they are in the medical field. That kind of action opens the door for other states to push the boundry and we all know kommiefornia always goes to new heights to take away rights from its sheeple and be the trend setter for what other states will do next.

john

That is true although the city of NY controlled by the mayor has other ideas. Different rules for those there.

ExGob

No citizen of The United States Of America has any obligation to show proof of any religious beliefs, or absence thereof, to anyone, at any time, for any reason. We cannot dictate beliefs

swmft

every one believes in something, I believe i WILL HAVE ANOTHER DRINK!

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UncleT

#2A recognizes the Militia as “necessary” to this peculiar type of political system known as “a free State” . Anyone awake?‬

Wild Bill

Yes, please go on.

gunnerdd517

interesting.What people like him never consider is that there are always possible un-intended consequences to bad law.

gregs

i like the part where the government is going to decide whether our religious conviction will stand up against government scrutiny.
who wouldn’t be for that?

Wild Bill

The elitists of both parties are trying to change the definition of a Right from an absolute defense against government to weighing the balance of the Right holder’s interest and the government’s interest. Of course the legions of government attorneys are rather good at coming up with specious interests and fake reasons why theirs out weigh ours.

swmft

the kick is the right is absolute against government ,but stops at another persons rights the government wants to be that person and it is not

john

Nothing outweighs We The People, The problem the constitution has many holes that can be manipulated by the power of the courts. Congress understand this in the twenty first century finding no real hurry to bring changes to the constitution then to the house floor for a vote. Washington could not agree to disagree pelosi can not bring the house together she is the great divider. We are in dangerous times our country and our freedom is now at stake it will get worse with each passing day. Lets hope the knucklehead Joe Biden and his Hoe do not commit… Read more »

swmft

800 pound gorilla in blue

Finnky

It’s not that there are any holes in the text of the constitution. It is just that anyone using a blowtorch can get through any paper. They don’t care and they create specious arguments out of thin air – repeating their own stories until they believe it to be truth.

As I said above, I support their right to believe anything they chose (no matter how insane) — BUT they have zero right to impose such belief on others.

Finnky

As a confirmed apathist (close to atheist without conviction) – I strongly support your right to decide your own religious beliefs. Don’t care what you believe – you must be allowed to believe it without governmental interference.

Deplorable Bill

This is tyranny and is a prep for what is coming. Authority under mandate is unconstitutional, disarmament, slavery hidden under the lines of bidenflation. Maybe even the mark of the beast. All of this is per their plan of attack, it’s not a coincidence, this crap was/is planned. Lots of us refused the government’s mandates (not orders) to get the jab. They have no authority to be tyrannical in fact, they are criminal per the constitution. Same thing for civilian bosses/business owners. I will not be forgetting the names of those people who push their evil agenda. Maybe, it’s time… Read more »

JSNMGC

“Blah blah,I will post whenever I feel like it. Them three amigos are going on triple down soon.” ~ Jesse/Will/”TEX”

Explain to the OlTrailDog that the three Amigos are you (and the three accounts you vote with). He didn’t catch your drift the last time.

JSNMGC

“When you get 8,9,10 downvotes don’t that make that three account crap fall apart? Very simple math.” ~ Jesse/Will/”TEX”

Not at all. There are more enforcers/ex-enforcers/unconditional enforcer supporters who get angry when someone criticizes bad enforcers and they have difficulty expressing their opinions. Have you seen many counter arguments that actually address the issues being discussed? They either just down vote or engage in an ad hominem attack with an appeal to a crowd.

They want to be bad and have people thank them for their service. They see that dynamic ending. It’s frustrating for them.

Wild Bill

No, there are, at any given time, on this site, many forthright, courteous people that recognize your deficiencies, but don’t have the appetency to nitpick back and forth with you.

JSNMGC

“No, there are, at any given time, on this site, many forthright, courteous people that recognize your deficiencies, but don’t have the appetency to nitpick back and forth with you.” ~ Wild Bill

They just don’t like bad enforcers being discussed.

Wild Bill

There is no way for you to know, therefore you are just guessing.

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Wild Bill

And he guesses a lot, and poorly.

Wild Bill

He seeks to dominate the conversation; has a nagging need to have people see him as an educated respectable person, without doing his baccalaureate work; and seeks to frame the issues to his benefit, in the middle of the conversation, too!

JSNMGC

“He seeks to dominate the conversation; has a nagging need to have people see him as an educated respectable person” ~ Wild Bill

That is a great example of projection.

Wild Bill

It can not be projection because I have done my academic work, cumulating in a doctorate.