Saturday, March 31, 2018

Yes, if they can trash the 2nd

they'll be after the others.  All of them.  Because they stand in the way of the power the progressives crave over our lives.

The Hollyweenies are feeling heat.  Good.

While back I posted a video of a lawyer specifically saying "IF you and your lawyer need to talk to the FBI, record it.  There's no law that you can't, no matter how much they bluster."  Seems that not recording interviews has bitten the EffingBI in the ass:
I wish that the FBI had recorded their interviews with Ms. Salman as there were several significant inconsistencies with the written summaries of her statements.
My, isn't that interesting?  However could those inconsistencies have snuck in...
Insty put it like this: "The FBI’s absurd and self-serving policy of not recording interviews backfires. It used to be that people trusted the FBI so much that any inconsistencies got ignored or resolved in the FBI’s favor. The FBI has forfeited that trust."

About that idiot Stevens' column about getting rid of the 2nd:
A constitutional amendment to get rid of the Second Amendment would be simple and would do more to weaken the N.R.A.’s ability to stymie legislative debate and block constructive gun control legislation than any other available option.
He actually thinks it would be simple to do?  Fat effing chance, you stupid bastard.  And, as Huffman notes, he's also forgetting about some previous rulings, including
The right there specified is that of ‘bearing arms for a lawful purpose.’ This is not a right granted by the Constitution. Neither is it in any manner dependent upon that instrument for its existence.
Yep.  Which means that, among other things, getting rid of the 2nd- if they could- would not be simple, or easy, if you think the noise from the prohibitionists has caused anger NOW... and it would not change that fact: that the right to arms was not GRANTED by the Amendment, it was recognized as being hugely important to a free people.

And we're not giving it up.

1 comment:

markm said...

The FBI has been caught in worse "inconsistencies" - such as multiple typed records of the same interview with different accounts of what was said. If I'm on a jury and the defendant disputes a cop's account there'd better be video, or I won't consider the cop to be any more truthful than the average criminal.