Tuesday, April 5, 2016

President Obama has failed in his attempts at gun grabbing. So, his Administration set out to find another way to limit Second Amendment rights and Operation Chokepoint was born.

Operation Chokepoint is used as a means to interfere with firearms dealers. Fewer firearms dealers mean fewer legal gun transactions. And that is Barack Obama’s end game. This is not a conspiracy theory. This is actually happening and it is well documented.

The Department of Justice is leading the charge on Operation Chokepoint, first under Eric Holder and now under Loretta Lynch.

The federal government is pressuring banks to stop doing business with firearms dealers by claiming they are “high risk.” The White House’s hope is that if a business is unable to bank or get financing, it will be forced out of business. This accomplishes limiting our rights without outright stripping of us them. It seeks to limit our access to firearms by making the business aspects too burdensome for the dealers.

Firearms dealers throughout the country have been dealing with this headache since 2013. The Daily Signal just reported on Rich Sprandel’s gun in with Operation Chokepoint. Sprandel is a police officer who was forced to retire after injuries sustained from a drunk driver prevented him from returning to duty. To support his family, Sprandel opened an online gun store.

Sprandel is sharing a voicemail he got from a bank Vice President denying him financing because he is a firearms dealer. This is the second time this has happened to him.

These are legal businesses but they are being targeted by a President who wants to restrict our right to bear arms. While the Second Amendment clearly states this right is not to be infringed upon, Barack Obama is working diligently to do just that.

Listen to the voicemail below to get a better understanding of Operation Chokepoint.

How would you react if this happened to you? Please share this article to warn others about Obama’s plan to choke firearms dealers.

H/T: Daily Signal

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