by Daisy Luther
Unbelievably, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has passed a resolution designating the NRA a terrorist organization. In a year of mindboggling legislation against law-abiding gun owners, this truly ices the tyrannical cake.
And ironically, they cited the Declaration of Independence to do it.
What is this resolution?
Let’s take a closer look
WHEREAS, The United States is plagued by an epidemic of gun violence, including over 36,000 deaths, and 100,000 injuries each year, and
WHEREAS, Every day approximately 100 Americans are killed with guns, and
WHEREAS, There has been more than one mass shooting per day in the United
States in 2019, and
WHEREAS, The gun homicide rate in the United States is 25 times higher than any other high-income country in the world, and
WHEREAS, On July 28, 2019, Gilroy, California became the 243rd community in the United States to be the victim of a mass shooting, and
WHEREAS, Stephen Romero, age 6, Keyla Salazar, age 13, and Trevor Irby, age 2 were murdered in the senseless act of gun violence that day, and
WHEREAS, There have been at least three mass shootings since the events in Gilroy,
and the number continues to grow, and
WHEREAS, Reported hate crimes have increased by double digits since 2015, and
WHEREAS, There are over 393,000,000 guns in the United States, which exceeds the country’s current total population, and
WHEREAS, Our elected representatives, including the President, have taken an oath swearing to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”
WHEREAS, The United States Declaration of Independence declared that life, liberty,
and the pursuit of happiness are unalienable rights, and
WHEREAS, The United States Constitution specifically delineates that the country was
founded to establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, and promote the general welfare, and
WHEREAS, The United States Department of Justice defines terrorist activity, in part,
as, “The use of any…explosive, firearm, or other weapon or dangerous device, with intent to
endanger, directly or indirectly, the safety of one or more individuals or to cause substantial
damage to property;” and
WHEREAS, The United States Department of Justice further includes any individual or
member of an organization commits an act that the actor knows, or reasonably should know,
affords material support, including communications, funds, weapons, or training to any
individual has committed or plans to commit a terrorist act, and
WHEREAS, The National Rifle Association musters its considerable wealth and
organizational strength to promote gun ownership and incite gun owners to acts of violence,
WHEREAS, The National Rifle Association spreads propaganda that misinforms and aims to deceive the public about the dangers of gun violence, and
WHEREAS, The leadership of National Rifle Association promotes extremist positions in defiance of the views of a majority of its membership and the public, and undermine the general welfare, and
WHEREAS, The National Rifle Association through its advocacy has armed those individuals who would and have committed acts of terrorism; and
WHEREAS, All countries have violent and hateful people, but only in America do we give them ready access to assault weapons and large-capacity magazines thanks, in large part, to the National Rifle Association’s influence; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED, That the City and County of San Francisco intends to declare the National Rifle Association a domestic terrorist organization; and, be it
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the City and County of San Francisco should take every reasonable step to assess the financial and contractual relationships our vendors and contractors have with this domestic terrorist organization; and, be it
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the City and County of San Francisco should take every reasonable step to limit those entities who do business with the City and County of San Francisco from doing business with this domestic terrorist organization; and be it
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the City and County of San Francisco should encourage all other jurisdictions, including other cities, states, and the federal government, to adopt similar positions.
So…here’s what this means
If you are a businessperson who is a member of the NRA, San Francisco wants to take steps to disallow your business to operate in San Fransisco. If you are a member of the NRA living outside San Francisco, they want to take steps to make it difficult for someone IN San Francisco to do business with you. It’s like the banks that refuse to deal with gun-related businesses but a million times more tyrannical and far-reaching.
If you are just an everyday person who is a member of the NRA, does this mean that they’ll treat you as a terrorist? Will you be imprisoned? Will you have your property confiscated and your bank accounts seized?
This city plagued with a massive homeless population and more fecal matter on the streets than any other city in the United States wants to persecute law-abiding American citizens who believe in their Second Amendment rights. And remarkably, they want the federal government to do the same. It looks like Americans are going to need 2A Sanctuaries more than ever.
Here’s what the NRA had to say.
Fox News reports:
The NRA responded by calling the resolution a stunt that was distracting from the city’s myriad of social problems.
“This ludicrous stunt by the Board of Supervisors is an effort to distract from the real problems facing San Francisco, such as rampant homelessness, drug abuse and skyrocketing petty crime, to name a few,” the statement said, according to KTVU. “The NRA will continue working to protect the constitutional rights of all freedom-loving Americans.” (source)
Did this just kick things up a notch for a looming civil war?
Swaths of people are taking sides. The arguments are becoming more heated every day. The propaganda is positively explosive. Many alternative journalists have said that the second American Civil War is already here.
Do you think these types of measures will become more widespread? Do you foresee other cities and states getting on board with this movement? Share your thoughts in the comments below.