CT Cop to Gun Owner: “It sounds like you’re anti-American, it sounds like you’re anti-law…I’m the master.”
March 1st, 2014
Connecticut State Police Spokesman Lt. Paul Vance might want to reconsider his occupation – because he really isn’t very good at public relations.
A woman known as “Ashley” called and spoke to Lt. Vance regarding the possible repercussions of the refusal of many of the state’s residents to either register their firearms or turn them over, in compliance with the state’s ridiculous new law. Things are getting heated in the state as tens of thousands refuse to comply with the unconstitutional law, the home addresses of pro-gun control members of the state legislature have been published, and a well-armed patriot group in the states points out, “We are familiar with the finer points of marksmanship.”
Vance said so many outrageous things during the taped call that it’s hard to limit ourselves to just a couple of quotes, but here are the two that really tell the tale:
“Ma’am, it sounds like you’re anti-American, it sounds like you’re anti-law.”
“I’m the master, ma’am. I’m the master.”