Thursday, March 07, 2013

More on the backdoor registration DHS has been working on

in Missouri, and no telling what other states:
As I first told you earlier this week, the Department of Revenue has been working with the Department of Homeland Security in violation of several Missouri state statutes by implementing backdoor gun registration. Now the Missouri House is taking action against the DOR via Jay Barnes:
Following a lawsuit and restraining order filed in Stoddard County about local drivers license fee officers scanning personal documents, Rep. Jay Barnes, R-60, chairman of the Government Oversight and Accountability committee, announced Tuesday that the committee intends to investigate this report and others across the state.

More here:
I am wondering who in the Missouri Department of Revenue authorized the collection of this data for DHS; clearly this had to come from somewhere in the Nixon Administration. And it is illegal, a violation of state law which forbids the implementation of the Real I.D. Act here. If Nixon himself gave the order he can be impeached, and with the GOP supermajority in the Missouri Congress he would be removed from office. He should be, if he gave that order.
Of course, that is not the reason to pursue this; this is a foul attempt to circumvent the current law and justice must be served.
Damn right.

I wrote to Coburn, for what it's worth, asking "Between this and Schumer announcing that the deal he's working on with you will be 'the start of registration', do you actually believe that any deal with the Democrats will not involve some type of record-keeping, thus registration?"

As this in MO brought up corrupt dirtbag politicians, we now move to Colorado:
According to a Colorado Bureau of Investigations report obtained by Media Trackers, State Representative Rhonda Fields (D-Aurora) was arrested in 1976 on a charge of larceny and again in 1991 on a charge of shoplifting. Despite her own criminal record, Rep. Fields has sought to limit the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens.

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