Beto O'Rourke Threatened the Rights of All

Beto O’Rourke Threatened the Rights of All

Presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke explicitly called for confiscating guns in the democratic debates. Briscoe Cain, a Texas lawmaker, sent a tweet in response that said, “My AR is ready for you Robert Francis.”

O’Rourke interpreted this as a death threat, but he sent out his own threat that night. When O’Rourke said he will take the justly acquired property of others, there was an implicit threat of death in that statement.

Death Threats Most Frequently Come from Government

There is an ultimate facet of enforcement to every law. Every edict of the state comes with a death threat. If you resist the government and its edicts, the government will retaliate either violently or with the threat of violence. This is the nature of government. It is inherently a monopoly on the use of force. IfO’Rourke insists on taking your guns, he insists on killing those who resist.

Government agents play the victim card quite well. By having the mindless masses cheer for him, O’Rourke is claiming to have a license to do this. The fact is, however, the government has no different moral code from the people. If I attempt to forcibly take your guns and you shoot me in that struggle, you are acting in self-defense. The person making the threat, in this example, is me. If I try to take your car, and you defend yourself, that does not make you a criminal. Rather, it makes the carjacker a criminal.

A Word on Hypocrisy

Beto O’Rourke has openly called Donald Trump a white supremacist. Whether President Trump is or is not a white supremacist is of no concern to this article, but let’s just suppose he is, for the sake of argument. If Donald Trump is a white supremacist, then O’Rourke is openly advocating for revoking the ability of minorities to defend themselves from the government that is run by a white supremacist.

Remember, the government is force. If a white supremacist is at the helm of the state, then nonwhites are a likely target of government force. Any gun law, even “Red Flag“ confiscations, is especially dangerous for minorities when a white supremacist in power. While abhorrent, hate has no inherent power. When a hateful person is the president, however, it has enough power to ruin the lives of the marginalized. If O’Rourke truly believes Trump is a white supremacist, then he is actively encouraging him to oppress minorities by disarming them.

So no, the Texas lawmaker did not send O’Rourke a death threat. Rather, O’Rourke’s policy carries an implicit threat of violence against all gun owners. He also sent a death threat to every individual in the country who owns an AR-15 or AK-47, two of the most common rifles in the U.S. Since government action is backed by the barrel of a gun, O’Rourke is far more pro-gun violence than gun rights.

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5 thoughts on “Beto O’Rourke Threatened the Rights of All

  1. Baito obviously hasn’t thought about this but the term “mandatory buyback” is oxymoronic. Buying and selling are the two parts of a free market. Free enterprise requires a willing buyer and a willing seller. Thus, without a willing seller, mandatory buying translates into theft. In this case it self identifies as government theft, a clear violation of the 4th Amendment — in addition to the 2nd and 10th Amendments.

    Let’s face facts. First, baito doesn’t know the difference between an “assault weapon” and a semi-automatic sporting rifle, e.g., AR-15. Secondly, he cannot define “assault weapon” as a term or even describe how its function is different from any other semi-automatic sporting rifle.

    He’s never seen an assault weapon “in our streets” because they’ve been severely restricted since 1934. He’s never even seen a semi-automatic sporting rifle “in our streets” because the infinitesimal few that are used in crimes are never revealed until the crime occurs. And peaceable, lawful owners keep them in their homes.

    Seems he’s just another party liar reading his lines. He’s completely oblivious to the fact that gun control is working precisely as planned. Democrat intimidation has dissuaded peaceable, lawful owners from carrying firearms. The result is adult on-site reprisal never changes — NOBODY RETURNS FIRE!!

    And democrat reaction never changes — GRAB THE GUNS, GRAB THE GUNS!! We all should ask, WHAT GUNS?!! Nobody there had any. I’d also ask whom they hope to disarm. The victims invariably were rendered defenseless by their own elected misanthropic morons like baito.

    Baito majored in English literature and fled from a DUI but was detained by a news reporter. He burglarized a college. Worked as a manny. Failed as a musician. Sweats a lot. Fidgets. Skateboards. Talks to strangers while using a public urinal. Uses vile language in public but doesn’t seem able to read even one constitutional amendment. He’s a democrat and wants to be president anyway. At least we now know he’s ambitious.

  2. Baito- Just another clamoring kook for the spotlight on hypocrisy.
    Nothing more than the typical, misguided, common, dimbocrat jackass.

  3. Even if the Texas lawmaker’s statement was a death threat, it is perfectly justified by the core purpose of the Second Amendment, which is to secure a free state from the machinations of tyrants and totalitarians like Beto O’Rourke.

  4. If the American citizens could all view the video “Innocents Betrayed” on youtube I think many would rethink their stance on gun confiscation. Here is a blurb on the video:
    Gun control has historically been used to disarm citizens, making them helpless before governments commit genocide. The film covers major genocides in the Soviet Union, Germany, Uganda, Rwanda, China, Turkey, and other countries. The film points to gun control in the U.S. being used to victimize blacks, Indians, children, women, and others.

  5. Add to Beto’s anti-gun nonsense is his anti-religion nonsense. Beto not only wants our guns he wants to tax churches and synagogues that don’t believe in LGBTQ issues like he does. Democrats, almost in unison, don’t want the first and second amendments to exist.

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