Black Gun Rights Activist NAILS Anti-2A Senators On Gun Control

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There is something that is just so satisfying about seeing someone completely flip the conversation on a subject against arrogant, obnoxious people. It just warms my heart (and makes me laugh a bit maniacally, too, if I’m being honest).

I know that i’m being vague, so, let me clarify the situation.

Anti-2A folks, especially politicians and their lapdogs in the legacy media, have two ideas that many people find offensive. One idea is that African American folks are anti-2A. The other is that African Americans in America will just blindly follow and support whatever the anti-2A party in the U.S. promotes.

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And that’s just not true.

If you have any question about that, then, you need to read the following. AWR Hawkins writes,

National African American Gun Association (NAAGA) president Philip T. Smith spoke before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday and told them that 21st century gun control is a throwback to 19th century “black codes.”

Smith told the committee that NAAGA is a “pro-2A, pro-constitutional carry, and a pro-black firearms organization with no apologies.”

He made clear he sees himself as someone who speaks for black Americans who own guns, as well as those who were never allowed to do so.

Smith recalled “black codes” that were used throughout the post-Civil War South to prevent black Americans from owning guns and being able to defend themselves. He said, “The goal of these laws was to keep the black community under control and defenseless.”

And there it is: Smith nails anti-2A politicians for their racist stance on guns because, when guns are banned, the law-abiding, those who don’t commit crimes, are the ones that suffer. Thus, gun control in America means, effectively, disarming law-abiding African Americans in leftist run cities unable to legally have a firearm to protect themselves.

That vulnerability was exactly the point of the black codes, and it can be argued that racist outcome is, in reality, the purpose of gun control in America, still.

So, if you want to have some fun, show this piece to your politically left-leaning friends, and watch their heads (metaphorically) explode.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. It is 8n my opinion that any form of gun law is unconstitutional. Plain and simple. Shall not be infringed on means exactly what it says. As a free American citizen I have the God given right to self protection. The government has proven its inability to protect any civilians in any manner. Sighting the Uvalde school shooting. There were over 300 governmental officers that still enabled the murder and death of young grade school children. In, to beat it all a place designated as a gun free zone. Even the independence day shooter who took so many innocent lives.. He gave up,, surrendered when there were armed men at the ready.
    When they outlaw guns. I will then be an outlaw. No one can protect me or mine better than I can.

  2. Stephen I’m with you one hundred percent and we will be outlaw’s together I’m not going to give mine up I’m the only one that stands between a bad guy and my family

  3. The goal of all “gun control,” regardless of the nation or against what group, is to maintain power and control over others by ensuring they are defenseless.

  4. Yes as it has been PROVEN AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN GUNS DONT KILL CRIMINALS KILL PEOPLE GUNS DONT KILL CRIMINALS KILL PEOPLE AND UNTIL THESE IDIOTS STOP FIGHTING THE AMERICAN CITIZINS OVER THE SECONDAMENT EVERYONE WILL BE BETTER PROTECTED FROM CRIMINALS

  5. It was what our forefathers KNEW that someday someone would try taking away.our RIGHTS WOULD TRY TO TAKE AWAY THE RIGHTS THAT WOULD BE ANOTHER CIVIL WAR AND IF THE GUN CROWD TRYS TAKING THOSE RIGHTS AWAY THERE WILL BE CIVIL WAR IN THIS COUNTRY MARK MY WORDS

  6. The anti-2nd group is miss informed it has nothing to do with crime never did …
    Look back in history , gun control was used to control people , Native Americans , Blacks , Jews , ETC. …
    If they are bent on stopping crime they need to look back in history when there was a fear of punishment …

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