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Sandy Hook and the Murder of the First Amendment

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Let me begin by saying I have no idea what happened at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012.

However, since 9/11, I have questioned the veracity of many news reports and claims issued by officialdom about terrorism and mass shootings. The government and its media have been caught hundreds of times lying about or twisting news stories, so I believe skepticism is entirely warranted.

That said, I am now convinced the First Amendment is a dead letter. I have felt that way for some time. Recent events put a capstone on my previous arguments that much of the Bill of Rights is dead. This was recently underscored by the persecution of activist and author Jim Fetzer for writing a book that claims the massacre at Sandy Hook never happened.

On Thursday, Rolling Stone reported:

A Wisconsin jury has ruled that James Fetzer, a retired professor from the University of Minnesota Duluth, must pay [Leonard] Pozner $450,000 for accusing him of forging his son Noah’s death certificate. Fetzer is the coauthor of Nobody Died at Sandy Hook, which alleges that Pozner faked his son’s birth certificate and that the Obama administration staged the shooting in an effort to pass legislation on gun control.

The ruling and “award” granted to the plaintiff will undoubtedly drive Fetzer to financial ruin if it is not overturned on appeal—and I predict it will stand. This court case is a pivotal moment for those who work to eradicate free speech, a right granted to those who make controversial statements or write books some people find objectionable.

From Digital Media Law:

The right to speak guaranteed by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution includes the right to voice opinions, criticize others, and comment on matters of public interest. It also protects the use of hyperbole and extreme statements when it is clear these are rhetorical ploys. Accordingly, you can safely state your opinion that others are inept, stupid, jerks, failures, etc. even though these statements might hurt the subject’s feelings or diminish their reputations. Such terms represent what is called “pure opinions” because they can’t be proven true or false. As a result, they cannot form the basis for a defamation claim.

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And you think guns are the problem??

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by Patrick Edmond

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Who Inflicts the Most Gun Violence in America? The U.S. Government and Its Police Forces

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 The Rutherford Institute

By John W. Whitehead
August 12, 2019

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“It is often the case that police shootings, incidents where law enforcement officers pull the trigger on civilians, are left out of the conversation on gun violence. But a police officer shooting a civilian counts as gun violence.

Every time an officer uses a gun against an innocent or an unarmed person contributes to the culture of gun violence in this country.”—Journalist Celisa Calacal

Yes, gun violence is a problem in America, although violent crime generally remains at an all-time low.

Yes, mass shootings are a problem in America, although while they are getting deadlier, they are not getting more frequent.

Yes, mentally ill individuals embarking on mass shooting sprees are a problem in America.

However, tighter gun control laws and so-called “intelligent” background checks fail to protect the public from the most egregious perpetrator of gun violence in America: the U.S. government.

Consider that five years after police shot and killed an unarmed 18-year-old man in Ferguson, Missouri, there has been no relief from the government’s gun violence.

Here’s what we’ve learned about the government’s gun violence since Ferguson, according to The Washington Post: If you’re a black American, you’ve got a greater chance of being shot by police. If you’re an unarmed black man, you’re four times more likely to be killed by police than an unarmed white man. Most people killed by police are young men. Since 2015, police have shot and killed an average of 3 people per day. More than 2,500 police departments have shot and killed at least one person since 2015. And while the vast majority of people shot and killed by police are armed, their weapons ranged from guns to knives to toy guns.  READ MORE HERE:

Minnesota Republicans Caving on Gun Control Bills Violating 2nd Amendment

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The largest expansion of gun control in Minnesota in decades is on the verge of becoming law.

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Click here to email your opposition to gun control to key lawmakers all at once NOW.

As you read this, the MASSIVE government spending bill containing a “Red Flag” gun confiscation AND Universal Gun Registration is in the middle of final negotiations in St. Paul. More

New Years Wish: No More Morally Superior Phonies

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by Marilyn M. Singleton, MD, JD

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  • My new year’s resolution is to expose the hypocrisy of the morally superior politicians whose election strategy was to pretend they cared about crafting policies in the country’s best interest.
  • Multimillionaire Nancy (“We have to pass the bill to find out what’s in it” and if you disagree with me you are sexist) Pelosi is safe in her Napa Wine Country or San Francisco home, far from the drug addicts, dirty needles, feces, gang members and homeless lining the streets of San Francisco. Her voters may be too uninformed or willfully blind to see what she and her ilk have done to this formerly beautiful city. Sadly, the nation will be forced to suffer from her policies that reward scofflaws, patronize the poor, create dependency, and are designed to hustle votes.
  • Because their lives are so much more precious than ours, the power brokers have their private security and the medical care of their choice. They also have no shame.

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January 15th, 2019

My new year’s resolution is to expose the hypocrisy of the morally superior politicians whose election strategy was to pretend they cared about crafting policies in the country’s best interest.

Take “the wall” on our southern border. Ignoring the opinion of the border patrol agents (51 percent of whom are Hispanic) that it would “without a doubt” be a helpful tool, Nancy Pelosi and her people claimed it would be ineffective in stopping everybody. That’s like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stopping its flu vaccination campaign because the vaccine is only 40-60 percent effective.

And sanctuary state California Senator Kamala Harris was quick to the gun control microphone when some people were shot in a brawl but not a peep out of her when a community is in mourning after its brown-skinned legal immigrant policeman is gunned down at a traffic stop by a twice arrested illegal immigrant. More

A virtual presentation: The best 7 minutes of gun control speech!

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Published on Mar 31, 2013    But so relevant today.  This is a virtual representation because you know congress would never tolerate this much honesty put right in their faces.

 

 

 

THE STARK REALITY OF GUN CONTROL

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Chuck Frank
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As many governments in the world are forcing the common people to give up more and more of their rights of privacy but also their rights to defend themselves from either home invasions, those enemies abroad or those enemies of the state that are from within, then one must ask the question, which is the lesser of two evils when it comes to allowing the citizenry to have guns or allowing only the government to have guns.

First of all, America has the second amendment to where the citizenry may be armed to the teeth to protect themselves from invaders, gun slingers or their own government.

Secondly:

  • There is the U.S. government also armed to the teeth,
  • meant to protect themselves abroad but also their country at home,
  • Unfortunately this includes an arsenal of ammunition,
  • 1.6 Billion rounds of ammo purchased during the Obama administration for Homeland Security plus,
  • rifles, tanks, machine guns, helicopters, drones, grenade launchers,
    heat guns and more,
  • for the sake of keeping the peace and upholding the the U.S. Constitution, which is by the way, barely even being followed by law enforcement and the courts.
  • Therefore, is not freedom now in the balance?

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