This is bull****, what's next?
this is totally wrong and it more than upsets me, it angers me! men and women who took an oath to defend our country and our Constitution being treated this way is beyond criminal.I can't even begin to express how much this upsets me.
Those guys are more malicious than Alex Jones at infowars.They sound a lot like "infowars" and "Canada free Press.".
This is bull****, what's next?
usmarine3533 said:I can't even begin to express how much this upsets me.
Warrior1256 said:The Lefties saw a chance to ban firearms from a segment of the population. This tirade against veterans is just being used as an excuse to deny gun ownership to a block of people! It's disgusting.
axxe55 said:this is totally wrong and it more than upsets me, it angers me! men and women who took an oath to defend our country and our Constitution being treated this way is beyond criminal.
i hope he sues everyone involved and wins a huge settlement for the wrong they committed towards him.
locutus said:Take a look at the website. A hard look.
I would have a very hard time believing anything they put out, without independent verification..
They sound a lot like "infowars" and "Canada free Press.".
And check this out: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/51082152/OUTRAGEOUS: Veterans receiving letters prohibiting the purchase, possession, receipt, or transport of a firearm/ammunition...
Domestic terrorism: ‘Patriot’ hate groups skyrocket... The number of anti-government hate groups hit an all-time last year, according to data from the Southern Poverty Law Center.
These conspiracy-fueled groups have been on the rise over the last few years but hit a high of 1,360 “Patriot” groups in 2012, the Center’s new report found. Patriot groups believe “that the federal government is conspiring to take Americans’ guns and destroy their liberties as it paves the way for a global ‘one-world government.’”
There are some issues with the VA and vets gun rights.
i'm a severely disabled veteran and Army retiree. i can tell you the link is bull$hit. The only time the VA gets involved is when a veteran is deemed unable to manage his own affairs. In these cases the veteran is declared incompetent and a fiduciary is appointed to manage his financial affairs. In the vast majority of cases the veteran or his family asks for the ruling.
The link is to a political rant.
I'm curious, anyone have any info about this organization (redflagnews.com)? I'd just as soon not pass their links along if someone has proof/data that the site's news is not accurate:
I've got to admit, simply because one is a veteran who has not received a letter such as we've been discussing doesn't indicate that such letters are not going out. The VA is very private about individual cases (rightly so) and you wouldn't know about cases other than your own or people you've spoken with directly.
Just trying to find out some more info. I need time to plan my move to an undisclosed small island in the middle of nowhere if they come after me and my guns.