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Montgomery County to be declared a "gun sanctuary" county with resolution Nov. 19

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Moonpie, Nov 18, 2019.

  1. WT_Foxtrot

    WT_Foxtrot Active Member

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    Pretty simple....not sure why all the confusion.

    Some counties are affirming their belief in the 2nd Amendment and refusing to report, detain or work with federal or even state authorities in the even those rights are attempted to be violated. And they will sooner than later IMO.

    Liberals opened up a whole can of worms when they started this shit with sanctuary states and cities and knew this would happen and is the only silver lining.
     


  2. sidebite252

    sidebite252 Well-Known

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    Is all this really necessary? I’m not knocking it I just don’t know what the advantages of this really are? Will they have any more right than I do?
     
  3. Mohawk600

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    When they send fed troops in..........it won't be a sanctuary.
     
  4. avvidclif

    avvidclif RFTW 2010

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    Probably be called a war zone if they are there to confiscate guns.
     
  5. WT_Foxtrot

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    Pfft......send troops in to confiscate guns, hundreds of millions of them, murder their own citizens? Never happen, at least not in our lifetime. Even the left doesn't have the stomach for it. Beta lives in a parallel universe, hence why even the left booted his scrawny ass out. There are sanctuaries for all kinds of other shit going on that is actually against federal law long before some of our areas caught on to do it themselves for our own benefit, albeit preemptively. Haven't seen massive troop movement in any other instances. In fact just the opposite.

    Is it the ultimate protection? Nope. But like the idea and it's a positive step.
     
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  6. WT_Foxtrot

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    No real advantages for the time being. More symbolic.....at least for now. But they're saying should confiscation and/or other infringement of our rights come down the pike down the road, they will not comply with federal enforcement.
     
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  7. Mohawk600

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    TxStetson is waiting for it.........as in hand........lol
     
  8. WT_Foxtrot

    WT_Foxtrot Active Member

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    No idea what you're talking about.
     
  9. Mohawk600

    Mohawk600 Well-Known

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    He knows........
     
  10. TheDan

    TheDan 4th Best Member TGT Supporter

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    Yeah I don't really believe them either. I'm sure if someone was caught with an un-stamped NFA item it would be just like before this resolution. Would love to be proven wrong, tho.
     


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