Apparently 'domestic violence' is the magic phrase that makes those troublesome civil rights go away.
George Mason University law professor Joyce Malcolm said the bills
under consideration “ride roughshod over” some of the “key rights” in
the U.S. Constitution.
Blumenthal’s bill, she said, would allow the seizure of firearms from
anyone subject to a temporary restraining order upon the filing of such
“The police would be sent to search for, and forcibly seize, any
firearms found in his possession. This is a serious infringement of due
process, an Alice in Wonderland world in which, like the Red Queen, the
new rule is ‘Sentence first! Verdict afterwards,’” Malcolm said.
I've been told by cops that 'Anybody can get a restraining order on anyone. You could get one on me, just by filling out the paperwork.' And according to Blumenthal, that should mean the cops get to raid my house and take my property.
Which sounds like that bill being pushed in Californicated in which someone could claim you're not safe to own guns, upon which the cops could raid you, doesn't it? These clowns REALLY want those SWAT teams kicking in doors, don't they?