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NY Assemblyman exposes real gun control CONFISCATION agenda of Democrats

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In this video, NY Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin is asked to keep quiet a proposal by Democrats to confiscate guns:

On his Facebook page, McLaughlin went ahead and released the list:

“Here it is. This is the video where I was asked to keep the Democrat proposals for the NY SAFE Act away from the public. This list was given to me by a colleague and it is not confidential.

This bill was an attack on the 2nd amendment and the Democrats clearly wanted to dismantle the work of the Founding Fathers. None of these amendments were included in the final bill thanks to us fighting back. I will not stand silent while these unpatriotic proposals are pathetically thrown at us a 11 o’clock at night:

1. Confiscation of “assault weapons”
2. Confiscation o ten round clips
3. Statewide database for ALL Guns
4. Continue to allow pistol permit holder’s information to be replaced to the public
5. Label semiautomatic shotguns with more than 5 rounds or pistol grips as “assault weapons”
6. Limit the number of rounds in a magazine to 5 and confiscation and forfeiture of banned magazines
7. Limit possession to no more than two (2) magazines
8. Limit purchase of guns to one gun per person per month

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» 18 Comments

  1. Unruly Refugee

    January 21st, 2013

    Don’t give the tyrants anything!

    Molon Labe

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  2. Death_By_Farts

    January 21st, 2013

    What a great idea!

    I can’t wait to see them go into Harlam and confiscate the guns from the gang bangers and criminals!

    Oh, so who has the honor of going into the barrios to do the confiscation?
    For some reason I don’t see NYPD excited at that prospect.

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  3. Kevin R.

    January 21st, 2013

    One might well conclude there is a criminal conspiracy to deprive us our rights. Such people are criminals and need to be viewed and dealt with as such.

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  4. RosalindJ

    January 21st, 2013

    I scooped up a comment from an article I linked to twice in comments – the same one Ushanka liked. Regardless of what they tried to pass, what they did accomplish was essentially this:

    “You’ll realize what just happened in NY?

    They just shut off the northeast corridor. You can not get in or out of New England with your arms without traveling through NY state.

    You see the set up here?

    Tactical and strategic choke point. With rolling VIPR teams on the roads they can ambush at will whomever they wish looking for persons, arms, and materiel.”

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  5. norman einstein

    January 21st, 2013

    Hands up anybody surprised by this.
    Here’s a statement by McLaughlin from his website:

    “Moscow would be proud of our state Legislature and Executive Chamber, but every New Yorker should be outraged. It is a fact that the Governor used a politically expedient tactic and abused his ‘message of necessity’ power to jam an extremely flawed and error-riddled bill into law. This bill will do nothing to make New York safer, while doing much to endanger the safety of law-abiding citizens. Criminals, as they always do, will ignore this law.

    This bill was a rushed, knee-jerk reaction in an effort to gain national attention in the wake of tragedies in Newtown and Webster and capitalize on an emotional public not fully prepared to address the real problem: control. This was not about guns. It was about control. This Governor and state Legislature are ill-advised to be taking a victory lap while mental health issues, prescription drug abuse and the role of anti-depressants in these mass shootings, which should have been the true substance of the bill, went so poorly addressed.

    I’m disappointed in the Governor and the Legislature for cynically and callously standing on the graves of the victims of Newtown and Webster and using their deaths to advance a flawed piece of legislation that had zero public, technical, scientific, expert or legislative input. This bill is far from being “best.” Turning law abiding citizens into criminals is nothing to be proud of.

    No one in the Assembly Chamber, the Senate Chamber or on ANY floor of the Capitol is worthy of shining the boots of our founding fathers, yet they arrogantly think they can trample on the Constitution. This bill is an all-out attack on the Constitutional rights of American citizens.”

    http://www.steve4ny.com/mclaughlin_moscow_would_be_proud_of_new_york

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  6. RosalindJ

    January 21st, 2013

    It’s all of a plan, Norman.

    Because one thing progs are great at is taking advantage of a crisis not only to grasp at more power, but to count on another crisis being created as a result so they can ‘fix’ things, which results in even more poorly constructed mandates to ratchet down. A snapshot of their fiscal practices is but a blueprint.

    I don’t do serf well. I think most of us don’t. Thinks are becoming interesting.

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  7. Lowell

    January 21st, 2013

    If they got this, the next round would be more. And more, and ever more. They want YOU disarmed.

    Wonder why?

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  8. wildman

    January 21st, 2013

    its a setup to give cuomo lib cred for a run for president. we dont need more gun control laws, we need politician control laws. i am sick to death of politicians who feel that political positions should be a family business. jesus, this smacks of a monarchy or a feudal society. make it a law that no family members can get into politics. enough is enough.

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  9. persecutor

    January 21st, 2013

    And they’re already afraid that a large percentage of so-called assault weapons owners won’t register them with the Gestapo.

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/hit_us_with_your_best_shot_andy_5rxZg0gYBJJhkLBtiTPMfJ

    Hey AndyBoy–MOLON LABE!

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  10. old_oaks

    January 21st, 2013

    Gun owning folks in New York need to just leave the state, take their tax revenue with them. Then NYS can impose a tax for not having a gun on everyone else to make up the difference.

    In Illinois, my gun rights are the only thread keeping me here. I’m already taxed heavily on property, tolls are outrageous, gasoline is expensive, food is expensive and they think I’ll gladly pay $18 for a case of Miller Lite I’ve been buying for years for $14.

    Well I changed up my beer and am now on The Milwaukee Beast big times because it is $13.60 for a 30 ROUND MAGAZINE!

    Start pulling shit like they did in NYS, I’m gone! I’ll rent my house section 8 and move to Indiana before the law takes effect.

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  11. Bayouwulf

    January 21st, 2013

    Kennesaw, GA welcomes gun owners. In fact, it’s a requirement! They also have an incredibly low burglary rate. Coinkydink? I think not!

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  12. persecutor

    January 21st, 2013

     
  13. The Mad German

    January 21st, 2013

    You can pretty much bet every gun shooting story from here on out will make headlines by the goose stepping media for their messiah and their anti-gun agenda.

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  14. J Frank Parnell

    January 21st, 2013

    The law Chairman Huomo signed limits all weapons to seven rounds. An M1 Garand clip is eight, its en bloc magazine size. NY state residents will have to turn in their freaking Garands or become enemies of the State.

    The northeast is now an Arachnid Quarantine Zone.

    I will be purchasing no more products from the infested Zone, nor anymore investment instruments including anything associated with the NYSE, NASDAQ, CBOT, CBOE. No more munis, even on the secondary market. I. Am. Done.

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  15. Death_By_Farts

    January 21st, 2013

    Rosalind,

    that’s fine with us. I have no desire to go to the northeast anyway.

    It could break off and fall into the ocean for all I care.
    Let the northeast be a gun-free zone, while the rest of us enjoy our fredoms, and watch the crime in the gun free zone northeast skyrocket.

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  16. Death_By_Farts

    January 21st, 2013

    old-oaks, we the people of Indiana welcome people like you to our state, where we can buy a guy anytime we want, and enjoy the freedom of carrying our guns in plain view on our belt.

    Fuck Illinois. Get out while you can before Queen Quinn follows Andrew Homo’s lead in NY.

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  17. Death_By_Farts

    January 21st, 2013

    This is just the beginning.
    We all knew it had to start in the northeast or a blue state…And it did.
    New York will go first, followed by all states in the northeast, with the exception of Maine (Gov LePage is a conservative Republican).
    Pennsylvania, Maryland, Jersey, and even Virginia will follow suit.

    On the west coast, Cali, Washington, and Oregon will go next, followed by Illinois as the only state in the Midwest. The rest of the states will not pass gun laws, like Texas, Indiana, Kentucky, and even Ohio and Michigan, in addition to the southern states.
    Then we get to watch the fun on tv as the crime rates skyrocket in the gun-free states.

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  18. RosalindJ

    January 21st, 2013

    Death_By_Farts, I’m in one now, and I do not care for it. I’m planning a move come June.

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