Sunday, March 10, 2013
If the SHTF, You Are On Your OWN!
By Reginald Kaigler (DEMCAD)
Project Veritas has done it again. These are the same folks who showed up at the doorsteps of anti-gun journalists and officials with "This is an Gun Free Home" signs are back at it again. Obviously, none of the anti-gun fools accepted the sign, but in there latest video, they visit various police stations in anti-gun New Yoprk City to ask cops what they should do if someone breaks into their homes. The response was not only revealing, but laugh-out-loud entertaining. In a nutshell, the officers told Project Veritas (in front of hidden cameras) the exact same thing I've been telling people for years. If someone breaks into your house, you can call the police, but until they get there, you are on your own.
One cop suggested getting a gun permit, but when asked how long will it take? "One year," the officer revealed. One year for a New York resident to get a gun permit and in the meanwhile, if someone breaks into their home, they're screwed. Some cops in various parts of the country claimed it was 2 to 5 months.
Imagine, if the shit hit the fan and there was chaos in the streets: Do you honestly think the police would be there to rescue you in 5 minutes?
Let me state something that many people don't know.
The police have no constitutional duty to protect you.
Google Castle Rock v. Gonzales and Warren vs. D.C.
Both the U.S. Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court have ruled that you can not sue the police for failing to save your life.
So here's my question to you, many gun manufacturers are dealing with a new push for anti-gun laws in their respective states. Beretta in Maryland, Remington in New York and MagPul in Colorado.
At what point should companies and pro-second amendment citizens leave an anti-gun state?
Beretta in Maryland
Maryland’s about to pass strict gun control; Beretta may leave
CAROLYN WARREN, ET AL., APPELLANTS, v. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Castle Rock v. Gonzales