Government Forcing Gun Owners to Register

Gun Owners – Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid.

Have you seen the latest picture out of Connecticut? If you haven’t, you need to prepare yourself for a very terrifying image. Are you ready?


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I’m sorry to have had to show that gross and graphic display. But you needed to see it to understand what is happening in the most liberal parts of our country today.

After the horrible events at Sandyhook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, the legislature there rammed through new Draconian gun laws that are punishing law abiding gun owners for one insane man’s crimes.

So the picture above shows the mad rush of Connecticut gun owners queuing up outside the local government offices to register certain firearms and ammo that are going to be considered illegal in 2014. That’s right, American citizens being forced by the government to register their firearms under penalty of the law. Where has our liberty gone?

Twitchy has captured the scene in all its gory detail along with commentary from all over the Twitterverse.

The best comment may have come from Twitter user Legal Immigrant.


This is an absolute crime being committed by the state government of Connecticut today. An absolute crime.

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