Texas Rep. Bryan Slaton just submitted a resolution (H.C.R. No. 54) in the Texas Legislature to inform the federal government of a series of “alleged boating accidents” that occurred across Hunt, Hopkins, Van Zandt, and possibly other counties.
The alleged boating accidents caused all the private gun owners in those counties to lose all their guns and ammo, but thankfully resulted in no injury or loss of life. Reenactment of all of Texas’s privately owned firearms and ammunition sinking in an alleged boating accident.
It seems Texas is finding it necessary to inform the federal government to save them some trouble down the road should the latter decide to further degrade the Second Amendment: The Texas House of Representatives and Senate submit the notification to the federal government, the current presidential administration, and any future administration that any attempt to buyback, confiscate, or register some or all firearms, accessories, and […]
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Tragic, simply tragic. The government should provide massive aid for this disaster.
A much better response is simply to say “we do not recognize the authority of the U.S. governments infringements of Constitutional rights and will treat any attempt to enforce illegal laws will be dealt with as an assault”. No games. No being cute.