2A Advocate, FFL 07/02, Hunter, Fisherman, Nerdy Redneck, INFJ-A ♌️, GA State Director for Gun Owners of America https://t.co/gVch3tmg0g
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Sep 22 • 18 tweets • 4 min read
Why nobody wants to join the military. Grab a coffee. Recruitment numbers are way down. Sign on bonuses are at an all time high. The Government has no problem recklessly spending money on the military, so what’s the problem? I’ll tell you.
1. No faith in the administrative state. Come on…Is this one really so hard to figure out. Most combat arms troops generally come from right-wing or conservative backgrounds. You’ve been spending the last 4-6 years dragging police and military through the mud, most conservative.
Sep 20 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
If the historical circumstances of gun control at the time the 2nd Amendment was adopted is the standard for laws related to firearms regulation as Bruen states, then all civilians should have access to the same weapons as the military, arguably by requirement.
I’ll go as far to say that obviously it should be up to every person if they want to be able to defend their Country. The Government shouldn’t stop those of us who want to form militias, train, and keep and bear all arms the military has in their unit MTOE.
Sep 20 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
I strongly believe there’s a giant straw man in regards to the @ATFHQ and their choice to offer an “amnesty” registration period for braced handguns. There’s the obvious reasons of course, but then again…maybe some not so obvious reasons.
1. The NFA is unconstitutional and they know it. Think about it. If you make a pistol into an SBR and pay a $200 stamp you’re doing that voluntarily. In this case, they are saying “do this or else” in regards to guns that they already know people have.
Sep 10 • 11 tweets • 3 min read
The nature of violence and technology in the human condition: 1. Like it or not, we are violent by nature. Whether by competing for resources, territory, or fighting over the best people to reproduce with, violence is a mechanism and means to an end for the human condition.
2. Governments deal in wholesale violence. They have carefully and expertly used their wit, imagination, and influence to persuade poor people to die for often times imagined causes for centuries. The very death caused might even be the whole point. To cull the herd so to speak.
Sep 5 • 16 tweets • 3 min read
Balkanization: 1. It’s already starting in the big cities if we are being honest with ourselves. Actually every major city in the entire US. There’s this strange hive mentality that exists that some behavioral scientist will explain way better than me 100 years from now.
2. No matter who thinks their views are right it’s irrelevant in the big scheme of things. What is relevant is that these groups of people think so drastically different from each other that it’s becoming clearer by the day they can’t coexist without killing each other.
Aug 27 • 12 tweets • 2 min read
I think I have the Feds figured out. Grab a coffee. 1. Most of them are very well educated. That’s not a problem of course, but in the vein of our society a lot of the very well educated people tend to be elitist narcissists who think that they know everything.
2. People without “a title” or a “piece of paper” or credentials are viewed as low lives and unworthy. They view their position in Government as a way to assert their personal beliefs and dogmas against people they view as incapable of making their own decisions.
Nov 29, 2021 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
Just so the Republicans know, this is what gun owners want: 1. National Carry Reciprocity (Constitutional Carry) 2. At a minimum suppressors, SBSs, and SBRs removed from the registry with a longer talk being about abolishing the NFA completely. @GOP@JudiciaryGOP@GOPLeader3. Restore the importation of Russian and Chinese firearms and ammunition 4. Remove the ban on 7N6 ammunition 5. We want a leash put on the ATF and their utter disregard for checks and balances, not mention confronting them about the registry they are blatantly creating.