Quote of the day—David Codrea

The Patriots at Lexington and Concord who refused government arms confiscation orders were all criminals in the eyes of the law. Coincidentally, their firearms all qualified as “ghost guns.”

… there is no reason for the government to infringe on the right of the people to keep and bear arms unless it is going to be committing tyrannical offenses.

David Codrea
October 18, 2021
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2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—David Codrea

  1. The phobia liberals have relative to ghost guns is, in reality, a fear of there being something they cannot control because they don’t know about it. They are just so much wiser that us great unwashed and so deserve to know everything so they can control everything. I am just curious now as to when broadhead arrows and compound bows are going to require background checks and serial numbers. Oh, wait, better add my set of chef knives but what about the knives I make with my hobby forge?

  2. I watched that film made about ghost guns a couple years ago. One couldn’t call it a documentary, as it was total bullshit fiction. Like the old man muppets in the balcony said. “I’ve seen better film on a tub!”
    Showed three Philipinos out in a shed carving out 1911’s with hand files. And just a whole host of lies from one end to the other.
    I guess if it was really a big deal, California wouldn’t have made possession of a stolen firearm a misdemeanor?

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