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VA: Background Checks for Family Members?! Bloomberg-Bought Virginia Legislature Seeks to Ban Private Firearms Transfers
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Michael Bloomberg’s bought-and-paid-for new Virginia majorities have wasted no time introducing an extremist bill that would make the Commonwealth one of the most hostile states for law-abiding gun owners.

House Bill 2, introduced by Delegate Kenneth R. Plum (D-36), would criminalize almost all private transfers of firearms. Not merely restricted to doing so for sales, Virginians would be required to seek government permission to gift, trade, and even temporarily lend firearms to close friends and extended family. The legislation states that:

Comment by: jac (12/7/2019)
Only works with gun registration.

This is a foot in the door to require all guns be registered. And the gun control faction is well aware that this is only the first step.

Comment by: Stripeseven (12/7/2019)
Alrighty then…So let the deprivation of rights begin. Right?.. Wrong.. The Republics Constitution does not give them the unchecked, unchallenged power that they so desire. No one has been given the green light to try and destroy the Bill of Rights. Do what is right, even when no one is watching...Honor the Oath..Serve..not Rule...

Comment by: PHORTO (12/8/2019)
The response is simple: IGNORE THEM.

No one has a duty to obey unconstitutional laws, and the meme that laws aren't unconstitutional until the Supreme Court says they are is ridiculous.

If the SCOTUS rules a law that's been in force for 20 years is unconstitutional, that means that for TWENTY YEARS people have been subjected to an unconstitutional law.

Non sequitur.

I have not one doubt, even if I am in agreement with the National Rifle Association, that that kind of record keeping procedure [gun registration] is the first step to eventual confiscation under one administration or another. —CHARLES MORGAN, DIRECTOR, WASHINGTON DC ACLU

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