Rights Are Not Negotiable

Oklahoma Bill Would Recognize The Rights Of The People To
Carry In Capitol - Despite Recognizing It In Their Constitution

By Tim Brown. January 1st, 2019

Honestly, the fact that we have the Second Amendment should be all that is necessary for people to either open or conceal carry anywhere they please, as law-abiding citizens are not a threat. However, now that people have been so brainwashed and indoctrinated to actually think that pretended laws on the books are actual laws when they are undermining the law, representatives are forced to write new laws to uphold the original ones rather than simply abolishing the pretended laws. Such is the case in Oklahoma where a new bill would recognize the God-given rights of the people declared in both the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution's Bill of Rights to both "keep and bear arms," even in government buildings such as the Capitol building.

Dana Loesch of NRATV interviews Don Spencer, President of the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association, regarding the proposed Oklahoma bill that would allow permit holders to carry inside the Oklahoma State Capitol. (video shown).

Senate Bill 38 has been pre-filed for the 2019 legislative session and would "authorize any person with a valid handgun license to enter the State Capitol with their firearm after presenting their license to a peace officer at a security checkpoint."

Part of the wording here is a concern as it actually reads as though people need government "authorization" or a "valid handgun license" to exercise a God-given right. While I appreciate the fact that these men are attempting to remove restrictions and regulations to people's rights, they need to be appealing to the fact that they are not in a position to permit anyone anything regarding their rights nor make a demand to pay the state for a license for the privilege of exercising those rights. .......

While this bill is regarding Oklahoma - on a general front we see an all too typical situation where an absolute right is qualified by things like 'permits' and words such as 'regulation' and 'authorization'. The right to keep and bear arms "shall not be infringed" - it is unlimited by law-abiding citizens and is not open to the whims of "authority".


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