Gun control: ‘What if we say no?
December 16, 2013
When the proponents of gun control did their expected blood dance on the bodies of the victims at Sandy Hook Elementary School, gun rights activists were quick to assert that they had no intention of accepting or obeying any more gun control laws.
Groups of citizens confronted law enforcement in New York State, for example, making it clear in no uncertain terms that any such new laws would be disobeyed.
Around the country gun rights groups and citizens who support the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution asked of law enforcement when told they would have to abide by new restrictions on their rights, “What if we say no? Are you going to kill us? We have already told you we would never give up any gun or obey any new restriction. We will defy you to the bitter end. So, are you prepared to kill us in your attempt to enforce your unconstitutional laws on citizens who have never broken the law? And, are you prepared to live with the consequences?”