Is It Impossible to Get Legal Permit to Carry Gun in D.C.? This Video has the Answer

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In the Bill of Rights contained in the Constitution, there’s this one little amendment that makes liberal wackos bristle with anger so deep and intense they nearly start foaming at the mouth.

Yep, you guessed it. I’m talking about the Second Amendment. The one that guarantees all Americans the right to bear arms to defend themselves against dangerous criminals and tyrannical government.

Progressives hate guns with a passion, and ever since they mounted their full on invasion of our nation’s capitol, they’ve made owning and carrying a firearm in D.C. dang near impossible.

A recent ruling has declared that D.C. must start issuing concealed carry permits, much to the chagrin of the dopey political class currently ruling the city.

Despite this massive pro-gun victory, residents in the area are still in for a tough battle to get the proper permits from local law enforcement, as Washington Times reporter Emily Miller recently discovered.

According to TPNN, Miller conducted an investigation to see just how tough it really was to get a gun permit in D.C. If you’re a fan of firearms like I am, prepared to be frustrated.

That is beyond ridiculous.

The last time I looked at the Second Amendment, I don’t recall seeing any restrictions on gun ownership. In fact, the only prohibition is for the government, not citizens. It clearly says the government cannot infringe on this basic God-given right. Seems pretty simple to me.

Liberals hate guns because an armed populace is a heck of a lot harder to control than an unarmed one. People who have the means of putting up a fight when Big Brother comes knocking to enforce some crazy new rule or regulation are much more likely to resist and do so successfully.

This is why it is so critical for every citizen, gun owner or not, to stand up boldly for the Second Amendment. With our government growing more bloated by the minute and looking for new ways to control our lives, it’s crucial we keep our guns in case stuff really hits the fan somewhere down the road.



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