The other day the Democrat’s presidential front runner Joe Biden announced that he would put Beto O’Rourke in charge of his gun policy

Beto made it clear, in no uncertain terms, that he was coming for your guns.

Remember what happened the last time the government said: “hell yes, were going to take your AR-15.”  Seventy-five people, including twenty-five children, were burned to death after modified tanks were used to fill a building with tear gas.

Congressman Ken Buck decided to respond to this with his version of “come and take it.”

I don’t know if that is a deactivated wall hanger or if members of Congress are allowed to have weapons in the Congressional office buildings, but the point is still valid.

The President of the United States cannot violate the Second and Fourth Amendments of the Constitution of the United States and send law enforcement to seize Americans’ guns.  To try would cause civil unrest like we haven’t seen in this country before.

The Left jumped on this to remind Congressman Buck that in their world, violence is a one-way street.  The government can dish out unrelenting violence against groups that the Left doesn’t like, but nobody is entitled to defend themselves from government.

I’m pretty sure Beto threatened AR-15 violence first when he said he would send armed LEOs to confiscate guns. Those LEOs will be armed, most likely with AR-15s.

Send in the LEOs to stamp the boot in the face of the guy who made a video of his intent to resist having the boot stamped in his face. That’ll teach him.

Congressman Buck’s implied violence is bad, but implying violence against Congressman Buck is good.

This is the scariest one of all. McCorkle is running for Congress against Buck. He thinks that as the elite of the Marine Corps, it’s his right and duty to violently take a man’s legally obtained AR-15. You know how I keep saying I have a growing suspicion that there is a radical Leftist junta embedded in the upper brass of the US military just waiting to rear its ugly head and start shooting American civilians because they think that have special privileges as veterans?  McCorkle is another piece of evidence, and the second Congressional candidate and veteran running who wants to go on a hard purge of Americans on the other side of the political aisle.

I’m convinced that’s why these people join the military.  They believe that only the government has the right to possess arms, and has the right to use those arms to control the citizenry, so they join the government to be part of the face stamping.  For them, shooting terrorists or insurgents in Iraq, Afghanistan, or elsewhere around the world is just practice for when they get to do that to Americans over here.

Congressman Buck should be lauded by us for his principles and for reminding us that the Left’s goal is the total domination of our side.  Not just with violence if necessary, but with violence because they want to see us get hurt and killed.

“There will be no curiosity, no enjoyment of the process of life. All competing pleasures will be destroyed. But always— do not forget this, Winston— always there will be the intoxication of power, constantly increasing and constantly growing subtler. Always, at every moment, there will be the thrill of victory, the sensation of trampling on an enemy who is helpless.  If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face— forever. ”


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By J. Kb

4 thoughts on “The response to Congressman Ken Buck”
  1. I read elsewhere that the Congressman’s rifle’s bolt carrier is back in his home state, so it’s not deactivated but definitely non-functional as placed.

  2. So candidate McCorkle is running on a promise to blatantly violate the oath he took as a Marine? And he thinks he deserves praise for this? Let’s not forget what happened the last time soldiers followed the orders they were given with no thought of conscience. Never again, McCorkle, you robotic bastard.

  3. Ken Buck says “Come and take it.” and the left claims that is an obvious threat against Biden.

    Schumer says tells two Supreme Court Justices that they will not know what hit them, and the left dismisses it as a statement about how the Republicans that confirmed them will lose their next elections…

    Sure… OK… First axiom of politics applies once again.

  4. For clarity and to point out his lies and fraud, always refer to the fake Mexican as Robert Francis.

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