Kamala Harris Says She’ll Go ‘Door to Door’ To Collect Banned Guns, If Elected
Sen. Kamala Harris and 2020 Presidential hopeful Kamala Harris offered a glimpse into how she intends to handle the gun control issue at the AFSCME forum at the University of Nevada.
The Washington Examiner asked Harris if her plan might include compiling a gun owner database or a confiscation attempt, Harris replied saying, “I’m actually prepared to take executive action to put in place rules that improve this situation.”
“I also have as part of my background and experience working on this issue, when I was attorney general [of California], and we put resources into allowing law enforcement to actually knock on the doors of people who were on two lists — a list where they had been found by a court to be a danger to themselves and others.
“They were on a list where they were precluded and prohibited from owning a gun because of a conviction that prohibited that ownership. Those lists were combined and then we sent law enforcement out to take those guns, because, listen, we have to deal with this on all levels, but we have to do this with a sense of urgency,” Harris continued.
Harris, who has struggled to recover from U.S. Representative and 2020 Presidential rival Tulsi Gabbard’s debate night lashing, would most certainly create a potential civil war, depending on the logistics. Considering Harris’s California District Attorney history that includes aggressively jailing blacks for marijuana charges, it’s difficult to take her new gun rhetoric lightly.
America’s New Civil War?
For many, the idea of state and county police officers going door to door to collect firearms raises concerns that America is truly headed for a civil war.
Further troubling is her talking point that involves people “found by a court to be a danger to themselves.” The subjective power of a court in California, and nationwide, given the ability to decide if someone is “stable enough” to own a firearm should not be lost on anyone. This means a single judge can determine whether a person has the right to the 2nd amendment. While it may seem rational on the surface, these events tend to be slippery slopes. We’ve seen what happens when courts are given ultimate rights over parents (a concern that’s increasing by the day). With California’s homeschool numbers rising, the state will likely move to more aggressive means to thwart parental rights. In other words, don’t expect such a strategy to end with gun confiscation.
Given Kamala Harris is the top Democratic candidate, the “conspiracy reality” we all fear is a step closer than any of us should be comfortable with. Harris possesses a history of harsh Judicial activity. She’s certainly not blowing smoke when she talks about door to door gun confiscation. And it’s doubtful she cares too much for what those repercussions could be. Back in 2010, Harris’s office was condemned by a California Judge for what amounted to hiding evidence.
It’s easy to give the state power, much more difficult to take it back. A lesson many Americans are likely to learn in the coming decade if people continue to shift power back to the state.
Author: Jim Satney
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