Monday, August 10, 2015

A few weeks ago, we reported that Obama was planning to destroy the Second Amendment by making it illegal for those who receive Social Security benefits to purchase guns.

After Obama launched this ridiculous plan, U.S. Navy veteran John Arnold received a letter from the government saying that he was “not competent” enough to own firearms. Instead of surrendering his Second Amendment right, Arnold decided to take a stand.

According to The Political Insider, he launched a protest outside of his home in northern Idaho. The protest involved over 100 people gathering to promise to defend Arnold’s home from any attempt by the feds to take away his guns.

Protesters who gathered at the home included Republican Washington state Rep. Matthew Shea of Spokane Valley and Bonner County Sheriff Daryl Wheeler.

“I took an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution and uphold the laws of Idaho,” Wheeler said. “This seemed appropriate to show my support. I was going to make sure Mr. Arnold’s rights weren’t going to be breached.”

In the video below, Arnold reads the infuriating letter he received from the government.

The video at the bottom of this post shows what happened days later, when the feds still hadn’t shown up at the home to confiscate Arnold’s guns.

If Obama thinks it’s going to be easy for him to take away the Second Amendment rights of hardworking Americans everywhere, he’s got another thing coming!

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