Ted Nugent Wants Obama Imprisoned For Treason
Ronald Regan once said:
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free …
Back in 1927, an American socialist, Norman Thomas, six times candidate for President on the Socialist Party ticket, said that the American people would never vote for socialism but he said under the name of liberalism the American people would adopt every fragment of the socialist program…
The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn’t so…”
As we enter what is “supposed” to be the last six months of the Obama Presidency, never before has the freedom Reagan spoke about been so close to extinction. Last night in Europe, the people of Great Britain spoke in what was truly a historic referendum that will be felt around the globe for a generation to come. Despite reports of rampant voter fraud, threats, and the best efforts by global elitists like Bilderberg’s front man and billionaire, George Soros, Britain is leaving the Eurozone.
Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have always been big supporters of the globalist agenda, and as long time allies of George Soros, they opposed Britain leaving the European Union. One thing you can count on, is after suffering such an enormous setback in Europe, expect Soros to double or triple his efforts in the U.S. to maintain the strides made toward socialism under Obama.
According to our own CIA, we already know George Soros is one of Hillary’s top donors, and we also know that far left radical groups Soros funds like Democracy Spring and Black Lives Matter have promised to cause the largest civil uprising in U.S. history to deny Trump the presidency, even if it means the election has to be postponed or canceled.
Expect Barack Obama to help facilitate that chaos in any way he can, with zero pushback from Democrats or the media. Marcus Tullius Cicero once said,
“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within.”
Barrack Obama is the evil within. Ted Nugent says it perfectly below when he says, “This guy does want to economically ruin America. This guy hates America, he hates the Constitution and he hates the Bill of Rights. I believe, as so many Americans are learning more and more every day, that the president of the United States hates freedom. He’s the enemy of America.”
By Claire Bernish
In the wake of the mass shooting in an Orlando, Florida, nightclub over the weekend, politicians opportunistically pushed for excessively strict gun control legislation — but didn’t hesitate for a second to clear another hurdle to pass the next $602 billion defense spending bill.
Essentially, government guns aimed at the government’s enemies — which all too often also kill civilians — are perfectly acceptable; but your constitutionally protected right to own your own guns, not so much.
Though the Senate vote to pass the National Defense Authorization Act might amount to an exercise in futility — due to veto threats from Pres. Obama over the inclusion of a ban on shuttering Guantanamo Bay — its symbolic passage nonetheless bears testament to astonishing governmental hypocrisy.
Nowhere is said hypocrisy more apparent than in the shared call from both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to bomb the hell out of ISIS in response to the Orlando massacre — despite the shooter’s flimsy-at-best ties to the terrorist group.
“For now, we can say for certain that we need to redouble our efforts to defend our country from threats at home and abroad,” Clinton contended. “That means defeating international terror groups, working with allies and partners to go after them wherever they are, countering their attempts to recruit people here and everywhere, and hardening our defenses at home.”
As the adage goes, the government kills people who kill people because killing people is wrong. This cycle clearly won’t be changing anytime soon — nor will it ever change a thing.
Trump, in an interview with Fox & Friends, similarly intoned, “We have generals that feel we can win this thing so fast and so strong, but we have to be furious for a short period of time, and we’re not doing it!”
Ramping up duplicitous rhetoric even further, Clinton fumbled to explain away the high number of civilians killed by the contentious U.S. drone warfare program as incidental to the necessity of its existence.
“This is a complex issue that we have to understand in a comprehensive way,” Clinton facetiously understated. “There is no doubt that, as the president said … the United States and our allies have taken thousands of terrorists off the battlefield across the world. Many different tools have been used to accomplish that. Many lives have been saved because of that policy … We will use every single tool at our disposal.”
And now, as the NDAA makes its way through Congress, it appears the U.S. military will have a hefty budget with which to buy such tools. Like guns.
But on the issue of gun control in the U.S., Clinton heralded the need to place tighter restrictions on Americans’ ability to purchase firearms and the type of weapons available — as well as the type of American permitted to make such a purchase.
Both Trump and Hillary agreed, if perhaps by default, that anyone placed on the secretive and highly controversial Terror Watchlist should be stripped of their Second Amendment right to own firearms. Due process be damned.
“Welcome to the cause,” Clinton snidely told Trump on his new stance concerning watchlist restrictions. “This is something I’ve been talking about for a long time. Look, the NRA and the other gun lobby members should be moving rapidly to work with Congress on this legislation. I know members of Congress, hopefully on both sides of the aisle, are beginning to look to see if they can pass this. And I fully support it.”
Of course, denying Americans the right to purchase a firearm because they’ve somehow landed on the terror watchlist has alarmed gun rights and liberty advocates and others for one obvious reason: the overly broad nature of the list means an untold number of people are unjustifiably branded with a black mark.
Worse, the NDAA still includes language granting the U.S. government the right to indefinitely detain American citizens — anywhere in the world — without counsel, trial, or the mandate to inform them why they’ve landed in what amounts to the Injustice System’s black hole.
So, to draw a conclusion from this absurd governmental moralized, hypocritical dog and pony show, politicians will blame the most conveniently broad enemy after a national tragedy — and up the ante by speaking from both sides of their collective mouths to justify killing more people after people were just killed.
Oh, and don’t forget — the tax dollars the government thieves from your paycheck will pay for this killing, to the tune of $602 billion.
However, if you want to kill people with a firearm who are trying to kill you in, say, a robbery, you’d be out of luck thanks to the same political hypocrisy that’s become all-too-familiar in mid-2016.
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NRA Member Takes A Moment To Give Thanks And A Big Shout Out To Fox's Andrea Tantaros For Her Outspoken Support Of Our 2nd Amendment
Big Thanks To Andrea Tantaros
Since I am a proud member of the NRA, I wanted to take the time to give a shout out to Andrea Tantaros. Although people may not agree with what she has to say about President Obama, and although the people may not like the NRA, they both have the citizens of the United State's best interests at heart.
I am a vegan and I do not condone hunting, shootings, mall rampages, or terrorists attacks, but I am also a proud member of the National Rifle Association. Why? Because I am a citizen of the United States of America that believes I should have the right to protect myself or my family.
Andrea has put her reputation in jeopardy by being an outspoken supporter of our 2nd amendment. Thank you for supporting our right to bear arms.