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Google shows blatant disregard for English and logic on the 2nd

April 28, 2019

I searched on “Missouri law second amendment” and Google showed a few “helpful” suggested related questions like the following:

What does shall not be infringed mean in the Second Amendment?

The Meaning of ‘Shall Not Be Infringed’. As a result of Second Amendment dispute, it has been suggested that to infringe relative to the fundamental right to keep and bear arms means only to completely destroy the right, and that extensive “reasonable” regulations are legitimate and do not infringe the right.

The serpent was “subtil” above all the beasts of the field.

Infringe means to break, to violate, according to Webster:

infringe definition is – to encroach upon in a way that violates law or the rights of another.

Extensive regulations of any kind are an infringement, period. Opening a black hole with a ridiculous torture of the language is a laugh riot.

What do the same language-hustlers say about the right of free speech? Until the new socialist sloganeers joined the attack on the English language, any restriction at all on speech, especially political speech, has been regarded as an infringement on free speech. Speech is respected as a right to say pleasant things and to say horrendous things. The ACLU once successfully defended the rights of some self-declared Nazis to march through the Jewish neighborhood of Skokie, in the area of Chicago, Illinois. The ACLU is not so rights-minded today.

The right is to “bear arms”, not just “own arms”.

And gun defenders should be howling with ridicule when they say that disarming citizens makes them safer. Tell that to the cops! Tell that to the soldier boys!

And they say banning guns in schools makes them safer?? The biggest and most famous mouths spouting this exercise in insanity don’t believe it!

–Like Obama, who put his girls in a school that did NOT ban guns, but had SEVEN ARMED GUARDS to protect the Obama kids! Like the famous actors who use armed bodyguards. Like the U.S. military in the 170 or so countries where they have bases.