Ladies and Gentleman,
the President of the
President: Thank you. Please be seated. I don’t have a lengthy opening statement on gun control because you already know where I stand. Just let me say that I’m tremendously humbled by the honor and the trust placed in me by the American people. I will do my utmost to live up to their expectations and restore this country to its former, traditional glory. With their prayers and support, I’m confident we can get the job done together and done within the limits of our Constitution. Let’s go to your questions.
Mr. President, you are the first independent ever elected in modern times
and you also have a significant majority in Congress made up of third party
candidates and independents. Given the widespread protests of the recent past
coupled with the historic significance of this revolutionary election, do you
really think you’ll be able to govern in a unifying way?
find your answer by looking at who voted for me and how many votes I received.
There were far more patriotic traditionalists that were fed up with an
out of control government coming from both major parties than the press wanted
Press: Mr. President, What are your priorities? President: My priorities will be the same as our founders—a small, limited government with power reverting to the states as originally intended. Those states that voted to restore their 10th Amendment rights over the past 4 years weren’t just passing empty resolutions. The 10th Amendment still stands and I intend to support it. States are supreme and the role of the federal government is enumerated and limited by the constitution. I intend to re-establish that relationship.
Press: Mr. President, The gun control controversy has become THE hot issue facing your administration. How will you deal with the multitude of protests as a result of the American Security Act of 2011 wherein all guns were confiscated after the terror attacks in February of that year? President: I’ve already signed an executive order stopping enforcement of that law and the act itself will be rescinded as soon as possible. Unfortunately, 90% of the guns confiscated under that act have been destroyed. Those that remain will be returned to their rightful owners if they can be traced. As you know, the Firearms Registration and Accountability Act of 2010 provided the Attorney General with a comprehensive database of who owned guns and where they were located which was the essential prerequisite to the confiscation of those firearms. We’ll use that list to return guns that were not destroyed and attempt to reimburse those whose guns were destroyed. After that, the database will itself be eliminated and the Registration Act will also be rescinded.
Mr. President, another aspect of this whole gun control controversy centers on
the marking and traceability of factory ammunition and the prohibition of the
sale and distribution of private reloading components.
The previous administration implemented these measures via executive
order, again on the heels of the February 2011 terrorist attacks stating such
actions would make
Mr. President, as you know, the
Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of those gun related measures so how
do you propose to circumvent their ruling?
President: Keep in mind, the
Supreme Court interprets man-made law; it does not have the authority to
establish or counteract our Creator’s moral law.
It was the United States Supreme Court that declared in the Dred Scott
case that no slave or descendant of a slave could be a
Ladies and gentleman
of the press, I’m fully aware most of you disagree with my stance on gun
control but look at the aftermath. Law
abiding citizens have been left unconscionably vulnerable while crime and
terrorism thrive in an unarmed society. Traditionally
venerated American organizations like the NRA, GOA, SAF, IDPA, SASS, reloading
companies, many arms manufacturers and ranges all across
the view from my saddle…
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