No, Joe, They Won’t Need F-15s

Once again, Joe Xiden has threatened to use the regular forces of the U.S. military against citizens who might actively resist one or more of his unconstitutional or illegal acts. Speaking in Pennsylvania today, he called for a federal ban on so-called “assault weapons.” Of course, the Supreme Court has just reversed and remanded the appeals court decision upholding Maryland’s “assault weapons” ban, but that hasn’t dulled Xiden’s lust for unconstitutional federal legislation.

Xiden also said—

You can’t go out and buy an automatic weapon, you can’t go out and buy a cannon, and for those brave right wing Americans who say its all about keeping America independent and safe, if you want to fight against the country you need an F-15. You need something a little more than a gun.

There are so many false statements there. You can go out and buy and automatic weapon. It has to be one that’s in the current registry of such weapons (over 150,000 such weapons are registered), you have to pass a background check, and you have to pay for a $200 tax stamp, but you can buy one. It’s also legal to buy a cannon. The process is similar to buying a machine gun.

IIRC, the last time veteran’s took up arms against a government, it was a local government, and the trigger for that action was a stolen election. You can read about The Battle of Athens here.

And finally, Xiden might want to think about how ragtag group of peasants with small arms handled modern armies and air forces in Afghanistan during the last four decades.

2 thoughts on “No, Joe, They Won’t Need F-15s

  1. They really mean to enslave us and they are now brazenly saying so out loud. I will not get on the cattle cars.

  2. Radical decentralization of the DC swamp; strict enumeration of Congressional allocations/appropriations (max. 15% “administrative overhead”); repeal Amendments XVI, XVII; Judicial and Legislative term limits, would be a start.

    Also: Place the Electoral College on a County rather than State basis to equalize machine-driven urban vs. rural populations; stringently specify honest counts of honest ballots on all levels; mandate all statutes a (20-year?) expiration date… in principle, common-sense remedies write themselves.

    The genius of indirect democracy within a Federal Republic is procedural, avoiding the “Tytler Calumny” and other fatalities at all costs. Of course, this assumes informed consent-of-the-governed under Rule of Law, not routinely treacherous backstabbing by corrupt paper-pushers betraying their sworn fiduciary oaths and duties.

    As for Smokin’ Joe and his parasitic minions from Merrick Garland, Wray and others down– Patrick Henry and Tom Paine would like a word with you.

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