State-Sponsored Gun Confiscations are on the Rise, is Your State Next?

March 8, 2019

While members of both parties in Washington D.C. are busy attempting to ram “Red Flag” laws through Congress, gun confiscations across the nation continue growing by the day.

Nine states passed some form of “Red Flag” laws in 2018 alone, leading to more gun confiscation orders issued in states like Florida, Maryland, New York than ever before. 

“More than 1,700 orders allowing guns to be seized for weeks, months or up to a year were issued in 2018 by the courts after they determined the individuals were a threat to themselves or others. The actual number is probably much higher since the data was incomplete and didn't include California, where newly-installed Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has moved swiftly to curtail gun rights.”

—Fox News 2/10/20191

Despite the unconstitutionality of these due-process shredding laws, more and more states are falling in line with the gun grabbers’ agenda and adding “Red Flag” laws to their legislative plans for 2019.

Sadly, with how easy it is for a “Red Flag” order to be issued using these new laws, you have to ask…will your guns be next?

All it takes is someone who’s mad at you and willing to testify in a secret, “ex parte” hearing where you’re not present to defend yourself!

Perhaps you shared an article on social media that ruffled some feathers. Perhaps an estranged neighbor, roommate or relative doesn’t like the bumper sticker on your car.

If a judge (who may be anti-gun, or just not concerned with your rights) signs off on the accusation, you’ll soon have a “Gun Confiscation Squad” paying you a surprise visit — and you won’t even know why.

If passed in your state, or even worse — in Congress, your guns and your Constitutional rights could be on the chopping block before you know it.

Click here to sign your “No Red Flag Laws” petition today and help NAGR fight back before it is too late!

References:

1Re, Gregg. “Gun seizures spike nationally, as states pass laws aimed at curbing mass shootings” Fox News. 2/10/2019.

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