Canadian News Anchor Warns Americans about Gun Registration

Canadian news anchor Brian Lilley offers a heartfelt and much needed warning to the American people. The Democrats and the anti-gun crowd are really after gun confiscation… and registration is just the first step.

To prove his point, he starts with the story of Ian Thomson, a Canadian man who defended himself when his home was attacked by four men who were “fire-bombing” his home[1]. Mr. Thomson says that he knew the moment he chose to defend himself with his gun that the government would try to charge him with a crime. Canada does not want its citizens to defend themselves if that means using a firearm.

It’s a disgusting story of the uncaring attitude of the Canadian government and an example of where America may be headed if the American people don’t wake up and rid ourselves of the liberal scourge.

“We are at a state in Canada where they don’t want you using firearms for anything. Ever,” Lilley said. “That’s the push. And as we look at what’s happening in the United States, that’s what’s happening. So I’ve got a warning to my American friends: Registration will lead to confiscation. And if you don’t believe me, just look at what’s happened here.”

We need to pay attention and listen to our Canadian friends when they warn us of the dangers of liberalism. The liberals there have destroyed Canadian healthcare, free speech and freedom to bear arms.

Liberals are actively destroying freedom — the evidence is all around us. We need to heed the warnings.


  1. Throwing Molotov Cocktails at his home in an effort to make it catch on fire. []

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Onan Coca

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Onan is a graduate of Liberty University (2003) and earned his M.Ed. at Western Governors University in 2012. Onan lives in Atlanta with his wife and their five wonderful children.

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