We have a major fight on our hands and I need your help.
The Minnesota House Public Safety Committee is meeting Wednesday, Feb 27th from 7-11pm in room 120 of the capitol for the sole purpose of ramming Red Flag Gun Seizures (HF9) and Universal Gun Registration (HF8) through the committee and on to the House floor for a full vote.
In short, Red Flag Gun Seizures would allow virtually anyone to make the accusation that you’re a danger to yourself or others and have your firearms confiscated without to much as an arrest, indictment, conviction OR hearing!
It’s a total and complete destruction of our right to due process, and you would be nothing more than guilty until proven innocent.
Universal Gun Registration would require every single firearms transfer to go through a government mandated “check”, creating a massive database of guns and gun owners across our state.
Under HF8, if you gave a pistol to your wife for self defense, gave a family heirloom rifle to your grandson or even loaned a friend a shotgun for a weekend hunting trip without going through a “check” first, you’d become a FELON!
If you agree with me that these bills are TOTALLY INSANE and must be stopped, then please take action right away!
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Now that we’re almost 8 weeks into this legislative session, bills are going to start moving fast.
House Democrats under Speaker Hortman are promising to bring these bills to the House floor for a vote in the near future and we’ve got to crank these targeted programs to 100!
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STAND and FIGHT!
Minnesota Gun Right
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Stop, Block and Oppose HF8 and HF9!
Dear House Public Safety Committee Member,
HF8 and HF9 are a gross abuse of the Second Amendment and a slap across the face of law-abiding gun owners.
Because criminals don’t obey laws, the “extreme risk” and “ex parte” protection orders won’t be worth the paper they’re written on.
And increasing the background check system has shown itself as fatally flawed, proven to be incapable of stopping killers.
A partial list of mass killings where background checks did not stop the murderers includes:
Parkland Florida High School
Southerland Springs, Texas church
Las Vegas Concert Killings
Orlando Pulse Nightclub
Charleston, SC Church Killings
Chattanooga, TN Recruiting Station
The First Fort Hood Shooting
The Second Fort Hood Shooting
San Bernardino Killing
Aurora, Colorado Movie Theater Shooting
Gabrielle Giffords’ shooter
The list continues.
Background checks don’t work, but what they do do is create a massive, federal database of gun owners, and I’m opposed to that in every way, shape and form.
In short, any public display of support, move or motion to advance through committee, or vote on the floor of the House in support of HF8 and HF9, either in current form OR amended, will be graded as an anti-gun vote.
Dianne Feinstein said it herself – no new laws will prevent a violent criminal bent on murder.
As such, any support, assistance or vote to further HF8 or HF9 will be met with severe judgement by gun-owning voters in the next elections.
Minnesota Gun Rights has promised to keep me informed of your actions on these bills and I insist you vote no!
Looking forward to 2020.
A Minnesota Gun Voter