The Second Amendment Challenged By Connecticut Lawmakers? One Man Says ‘I Will Not Comply’ [VIDEO]
'Shall Not Be Infringed', a portion of the second amendment that rings strong and true. This Connecticut Fireman and Naval veteran, John Cinque, tells lawmakers 'I will not comply'.
The Second Amendment states: A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.
Every word strikes a defiant chord against governmental infringement upon the citizens of the United States of America.
When I raised my hand while enlisting in the United States Army I swore to defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. It is an oath that as a retiree I still stand behind and will defend. As heard in this video, John Cinque states that he is now facing domestic enemies in his own government.
This Veteran and Fireman in Connecticut has made his stand and I applaud him for doing so. We, as a people, have idly allowed our rights to meticulously be picked away one at a time and it is long past due for patriots to stand for the right to bear arms, as well as the freedom of speech, religious freedom without persecution, and the right to teach our children in a manner seen fit by those religious beliefs that many have fought to defend.
By no means do I believe in a world of one thought, but the right to believe and execute those beliefs without government involvement.
Oklahoma, please wake up because our day is coming soon! Where will you stand?
What do you believe? Registration of weapons and magazines kept in your home? Is this constitutional?