Connecticut Patriot Forewarned Lawmakers about Gun Registration: “I Will Not Comply”

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With the current situation in Connecticut, where state lawmakers have legislated gun registration, tens of thousands have determined not to register their weapons and the state has threatened to confiscate them and arrest individuals if they do not register or turn them in, I thought a word from patriot John S. Cinque was in order. His words echo the founding fathers and Mike Vanderboegh of Connecticut’s Sipsey Street Irregulars, and were a foreshadowing of what is taking place now.

Mr. Cinque appeared in North Haven, Connecticut on April 22, 2013 and asked if there was anything in the bill that was signed into law that would have prevented the Sandy Hook shooting.

While there is obvious stuttering from those he addressed, he confidently replied “I know the answer,” but he wanted to hear it from those supporting the bill.

“Maybe not,” came the reply from Connecticut Republican State Representative David Yaccarino. “But what this bill does is it says that if you are a gun owner and you have someone in your house that is ineligible to have a permit for a gun there is strict liability on you, if you don’t properly lock up the gun. So if you have someone in your household who has mental health issues or a felon….”

“So it’s not going to prevent the next shooting,” Cinque interrupted.

The point is clear: Adam Lanza is reported to have committed a crime, namely killing his mother and then stealing her guns in order to facilitate mass murder (at least according to the official story). This bill would do nothing to stop another incident like this one. Some may claim that had the guns been locked up, it wouldn’t have occurred, but that is merely speculation. That would depend on what type of gun safe they were in. Should they have been in one of the cheaper, almost tin-like safes, then they would have been easily accessible.

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