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    An interesting theory

    In listening to Rush Limbaugh today, he was theorizing that the "Deep State" is in panic mode. He thinks that they had this "opposition" planned, but he isn't sure if it was tailored just for Trump OR if they had scenarios for whatever republican won the primaries.
    He also feels that, because they have been unable to achieve their desires to stop Trump, they are now trying to invalidate the 2016 election and declare Trump "illegitimate". Then Rush theorized that they would try and invalidate everything Trump has done so far, including E.O.s, judicial nominations, laws signed, etc. Rush believes they are trying to actually overturn the election, thwarting the "will of the people".
    He says they are trying to take the "ballot box" away from us.
    Others have talked about the "3 boxes" that are available to us, that being the "ballot box", the "jury box", and the "ammo box". If they are trying to render the ballot box ineffectual and with the way the courts have been packed with so many Constitution-hating liberal activists, do we have any other options left to us if the "Deep State" does overturn the election?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTHunter View Post
    In listening to Rush Limbaugh today, he was theorizing that the "Deep State" is in panic mode. He thinks that they had this "opposition" planned, but he isn't sure if it was tailored just for Trump OR if they had scenarios for whatever republican won the primaries.
    He also feels that, because they have been unable to achieve their desires to stop Trump, they are now trying to invalidate the 2016 election and declare Trump "illegitimate". Then Rush theorized that they would try and invalidate everything Trump has done so far, including E.O.s, judicial nominations, laws signed, etc. Rush believes they are trying to actually overturn the election, thwarting the "will of the people".
    He says they are trying to take the "ballot box" away from us.
    Others have talked about the "3 boxes" that are available to us, that being the "ballot box", the "jury box", and the "ammo box". If they are trying to render the ballot box ineffectual and with the way the courts have been packed with so many Constitution-hating liberal activists, do we have any other options left to us if the "Deep State" does overturn the election?
    We say "NO!" to them and back it up with the contents of our ammo boxes. We will need empty ammo boxes to reconstruct our ballot boxes.

    The left wants to overthrow our system of governance(the Constitution) and place us all in servitude to their idea of fairness, make us work to support their enforcement, and feed us meager leftovers from their looted wealth.

    This thing they are creating over Trump is merely a means toward their end. It's cover for, and what they will employ as an excuse to implement tyranny.

    I see no other end to the means they employ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConstitutionCowboy View Post
    We say "NO!" to them and back it up with the contents of our ammo boxes. We will need empty ammo boxes to reconstruct our ballot boxes.

    The left wants to overthrow our system of governance(the Constitution) and place us all in servitude to their idea of fairness, make us work to support their enforcement, and feed us meager leftovers from their looted wealth.

    This thing they are creating over Trump is merely a means toward their end. It's cover for, and what they will employ as an excuse to implement tyranny.

    I see no other end to the means they employ.

    Woody
    The end to such people is when they cannot get public support and that applies directly to gun control as well. None of these social engineering advocacy (propaganda) organisations would exist if it were not for the public support they all need.

    I simply cannot figure out why firearm organisation do absolutely nothing of real value in removing that public support as it is the ONLY way to win.

    The constitution cannot be overthrown without apathy from the public and that is what firearm organisation offer. Apathy. They do not advise members why their rights are important and are not divisible in the slightest. They do not advise members to protect their good name and record while gun control tars them calling them names and accusing them of fuelling crime all but pulling the trigger themselves. They do not help or train members to be effective in countering their public announcements and attacks. In fact organisations are experts at losing this fight and hopelessly ignorant and uncaring of winning. There are a few exceptions in grass roots activism that make the effort but even that is localised and directed only at a current issue.

    No organisation has ever published a long term goal or objective. They have no idea of where they are going nor do they care as long as some growing group of elitists can pass requirements and still shoot.

    When is somebody going to wake up and figure gun control is not a joke and is winning this fight. That is not even in the slightest doubt. Count the new laws growing every year each one a stepping stone and thread in the noose around firearm ownership neck. The tightening noose that will strangle it.

    Of course we can sit down and wait until we have to fight for our lives. That sounds like a sensible plan and we can avoid many years of ensuring it does not happen and can never happen again because we know better than allowing such organisations to slander our rights and name.

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    Crimefree - the problem is that the "public" that "supports" these groups have been MISLED these groups. In addition, the majority of their support actually come from these elitist lowlifes like Soros and Bloomnut.
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    Crimefree is correct about the incremental factor. Every year, the now more than 22,000 gun control laws on the roll grows. Until 1911 there were virtually none.

    Communusts, as we know from Marx and Lenin, are very patient. They play the long game. We do have to get more than serious and shut them down now.
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    Correct JD. Have you ever heard about some of those "old" laws that, while no longer enforced, have never been rescinded? In some respects, these gun laws have a similar problem. Granted, fewer of them are either unenforced (as a percentage of the total laws) or antiquated. So many of the gun laws for the last 80 years are like the layers of an onion with one law on top of an older law.
    And, if we were to cut to the heart of that "onion", the smell would be even more repellent.
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