Why Gun Buybacks are Gun Confiscations
Here’s a question, how could the government buyback something that it never owned in the first place? The answer is that it can’t; there’s no such thing as a gun buyback. So, gun buybacks are gun confiscations by another name. The quick progression of gun control proposals and new, arbitrary laws sometimes make it hard to see what terms such as “gun buyback” actually mean. Hopefully, this short article shows you why the impulse behind the left’s push for gun control means that gun buybacks are really just an attempt at gun confiscation.
There seems to be some confusion as to what gun buybacks are and what their purpose is. Our friends on the left insist in public that they don’t want to confiscate guns and that buybacks are just a way for the police to take those dangerous “assault weapons” that no one needs off the street. Nevermind that gun control means more crime and doesn’t work at reducing the number of mass shootings, the left just wants to protect you! Or so they say…
But we patriots know that all of that is a lie. The left does want to confiscate our guns. All of them. Any curious American just needs to look to see that the crazies on the left like Beto O’Rourke want to send the police to seize our weapons.
Also, it should be noted that “assault weapons” are no more dangerous than any other weapon. In fact, death by “assault weapon” is incredibly rare. And, in any case, it doesn’t matter. The 2nd Amendment is included in the Bill of Rights, not the “Bill of Needs,” so AR-15’s are protected by the 2nd Amendment. Don’t surrender your weapons or sell them to the government. Gun buybacks are gun confiscations; always remember that.
By: Gen Z Conservative
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