Friday, April 12, 2013

Bill of Rights nullified by gun control in Connecticut

The issue of gun control has been raging for quite some time, but now the whole issue has been taken to a much higher level with the hyperactivity of the Governor of Connecticut. Natural News reports that Governor Dannel Malloy has put in place strict gun control laws in the name of saving the lives of citizens. An individual named Adam Lanza opened fire in a local school in Connecticut and killed 20 children and 6 teachers. The government is arguing that the U.S. is in need of stricter gun control, but the fact is that gun control would do no help to improve the situation. Know more at .


According to Bill of Rights, every U.S. citizen has the right to own and use guns if needs be. The recent ban on guns in Connecticut is therefore being seen by many as an unconstitutional move and direct breach of the bill of rights. Mike Adams Opines that all the lawmakers who have placed a ban on guns in Connecticut should be immediately placed under arrest and prosecuted for failing to comply with the Bill of Rights. More of this is reported at .


In fact, the U.S. government has tried to nullify the Bill of Rights that has safeguarded the interests of U.S. citizens for centuries. The National Defense Authorization Act or the NDAA, which permits the U.S. military to capture, confine, interrogate and even murder U.S. citizens has already created a major stir in the public. Previously the government tried to propagate that NDAA does not apply to Americans, but it has now become clear that by the virtue of this law the U.S. government CAN suppress U.S. citizens as well, reports Natural News.




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