The Rise of the Black Gun Rights Advocates

Make no mistake about it, a group of people that rank high in the progressive Olympics of oppression, the black community, have been directly harmed, for over a century now, by anti-gun laws, the same laws that these progressives openly, rabidly, support.  We’ve actually covered this in a past episode of Full Auto (which is now the first segment on the Monday version of iSDaily):

Don McCullen, writing in NOQReport, covers the emergence of the gun rights advocate in the black community, a voice that progressives will increasingly have a difficult time putting down.  The black community has faced social pressures, state pressures, force pressures, and have been prevented by the state from forming an adequate counter to the force pressures placed upon those targeted.  This is no accident, and the first anti-gun laws were aimed squarely at this community, intending to keep it right where it was, subservient, powerless, broken.
Being opposed to ‘gun rights’ is, in my opinion, pretty much declaring you are a racist who advocates for the perpetuation of an actual example of systemic racism.

The Black community and gun ownership

The Second Amendment to our U.S. Constitution says; “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.”

In pure and simple language that should be made loud and clear that law-abiding citizens regardless of pigmentation have the right to defend themselves from those who would do harm to them and to their country.

The right to keep and bear arms has been under assault for a very long time and not just with the current crop of gun-grabbers of today. According to a video hosted by Dana Loesch via NRA TV, she points out that gun control at the founding of our nation was for the purpose of keeping guns out of the hands of blacks and even other minorities. I do strongly believe in the right to own firearms is not limited to just white guys and gals.

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