BREAKING: Major Loss Of Second Amendment FREEDOM- Millions Effected


We all know just how much the liberal lunatics dislike our guns.

In fact, they hate our guns, hate the fact that law-abiding citizens can still have guns, and most of all, they hate the second amendment.

With a passion.


Back when Obama was president we previously reported that in the state of Connecticut they passed a law that mandated forced registration for gun owners by a certain date (January 1st, 2014).

Those owners who either missed this date, or simply have determined that they feel this is an unconstitutional law and decided not to register are now facing some stiff penalties. This includes a $5,000 fine and felony charges with up to 5 years in prison.


It’s a joke to think that criminals that have guns that they stole or bought on the street would register their freaking guns!

These people are braindead.

That was then.

This is now.

Democratic Governor Ned Lamont of Connecticut has implemented some extremely strong gun control measures that are infringing on the citizen’s Second Amendment rights.

Gun control fanatics continue with their unconstitutional legislation in spite of the legal challenges they face.

They argue that the ‘comprehensive bill’ includes provisions to prevent community gun violence, stop mass shootings, avoid firearm-related accidents, add protections for domestic violence victims, and avert suicides.

In reality the draconian legislation will not do a damn thing to stop criminals from using firearms while committing crimes.

But liberals don’t comprehend the simple logic that criminals don’t obey whatever laws these gun control fanatics push on to the public.

The legislation, House Bill 6667, was proposed by Governor Lamont at the start of this year’s legislative session and developed in consultation with bipartisan state lawmakers.

Input came from diverse stakeholders, including mayors, police chiefs, prosecutors, victim advocates, gun safety advocates, families who have lost loved ones to gun violence, and many others.

“This bill that I just signed takes smart and strategic steps to strengthen the laws in Connecticut to prevent tragedy from happening,” Governor Lamont said.

“As more and more shootings have occurred over the last decade – including mass shootings – federal and state laws have not kept up with the innovative ways firearm companies are manufacturing guns, especially those that are being designed with the sole intention of killing the largest number of people possible in the shortest amount of time.”

Firearms manufactures don’t design guns “with the sole intention of killing the largest number of people possible in the shortest amount of time.”

That is absurd.

The Governor continued saying, “Our country still needs strong federal laws on firearm safety and gun violence prevention with the breadth to impact every state.”

“The inaction of Congress on critical legislation to keep Americans safe requires each state to act individually.”

“Over the years, Connecticut has shown time and again that we can improve public safety by implementing reasonable gun violence prevention laws while also respecting the rights of Americans to own guns for their own protection and sportsmanship.”

“This bill that I’ve signed continues that fair, commonsense balance. I appreciate the bipartisan group of legislators who thoughtfully considered this bill and voted in favor of sending it to my desk, and I especially thank the leadership of the General Assembly and the co-chairs of the Judiciary Committee, Senator Gary Winfield and Representative Steve Stafstrom, for their thoughtful and tireless work on the bill.”

Again, criminals don’t give a crap about these new laws.

“We will not take a break and we cannot stop now, and we will continue to pass life-saving laws until we end gun violence in Connecticut. Our lives depend on it,” executive director of Connecticut Against Gun Violence, Jeremy Stein, said.

Breaking 911 reports that shortly after its passage, the law faced legal challenges from proponents of gun rights.

Connecticut, known for having some of the most stringent gun laws in the United States, finds itself in company with other politically liberal states, including California, Washington, Colorado, and Maryland, which have also passed new gun-related laws this year, all of which are currently embroiled in legal battles.

Let’s take a look at what the gun control fanatics came up with:

Some of the bill’s major provisions include:

  • Open carry: Bans the open carrying of firearms in public, while continuing to allow concealed carry with a permit.
  • High-risk repeat offenders: Increases bail, probation and parole responses for the extremely narrow group of people with repeated serious firearm offenses.
  • Ghost guns: Updates the state’s 2019 ban on unregistered “ghost guns” to include those that were assembled prior to the enactment of that ban. Those ghost guns must be registered with the state by January 1, 2024.
  • Bulk purchase of guns: Prevents the bulk purchasing of handguns to discourage straw purchases by barring the sale of more than three handguns to an individual in a 30-day period, or six handguns for an instructor. Law enforcement agencies, returns/exchanges, and transfers to a museum are exempted.
  • Gun dealer accountability: Increases gun dealer accountability by permitting the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection to issue a notice of violation and impose an order barring sales for any dealers violating any of their responsibilities.
  • Safe storage: Expands the state’s safe storage laws to all situations, not only those where a minor or prohibited person may gain access to a firearm.
  • Assault weapons ban: Closes loopholes in the state’s ban on assault weapons by including “other” firearms with banned features analogous to those on banned pistols and rifles and pre-September 13, 1994, “pre-ban” firearms that were carved out of the original ban. A new registration will open for these 2023 assault weapons. If purchased before the date of passage, these weapons can be registered until May 1, 2024. If registered, owners can continue possessing them but further transfers are generally barred.
  • Large-capacity magazine ban: Ensures enforceability of the state’s ban on large-capacity magazines by making possession a class D felony for prohibited persons and a class A misdemeanor for non-prohibited persons.
  • Underage purchases of guns: Expands the state’s existing prohibition on the retail sale of semiautomatic rifles with capacity greater than five rounds to anyone under the age of 21 to also include private sales.
  • Pistol permit training: Updates the training requirements for pistol permits and eligibility certificates to require instruction on safe storage, state firearms laws, and lawful use of firearms.
  • Domestic violence: Makes commission of a family violence crime or federal misdemeanor crime of domestic violence into an automatic disqualifier for having a pistol permit, and adds commission of such a crime after October 1, 2023, as a qualifier for criminal possession of a firearm.
  • Trigger locks: Requires all firearms, not just handguns, to be sold with a trigger lock.
  • Transport: Clarifies that all long guns, including ones categorized as “other,” must be carried unloaded in a vehicle.
  • Body armor: Requires anyone purchasing body armor to possess a pistol permit or eligibility certificate. This includes exemptions for certain law enforcement officers, state and judicial officials, and military personnel.
  • Permitting timelines: Creates a timeline for local authorities to act on the first stage of the pistol permitting process.

These developments come on the heels of last year’s expansion of gun rights by the U.S. Supreme Court.

So there you have it.

Problem solved…

What a joke.

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