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NRA’S DANA LOESCH HELD HER OWN IN AN AUDITORIUM OF ANGRY FLORIDIANS

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Last night’s audience in Florida needed someone to blame for their loss and the NRA showed up.  Based upon these Floridians’ attitude, Liberals have been very successful in their “blame NRA for every gun death” campaign.  Dana Loesch, spokeswoman for the National Rifle Association, showed up to take and to dodge their arrows.

CNN held the two-hour town hall in Sunrise, Florida, near the site of the shooting, to discuss gun control.  Despite the fact that CNN does not hide its hatred of private gun ownership, Jake Tapper did a fair job in allowing the NRA spokeswoman to speak over the screaming.

One of the teachers who survived the February 14th slaughter of 17 in Parkland, Florida came “armed” with a question supplied by EveryTown For Gun Safety.  She said she had joined the “NeverAgain” campaign organized by the Michael Bloomberg anti-second amendment group.

The teacher asked Dana:  “What is your definition of a well-regulated militia as stated in the Second Amendment?”

Dana’s answer: “George Mason, was one of the founders, and he said that it is the whole of the people.  It is every man.  It is every woman.  A well-regulated militia, in the context of the time, meant an American man, an American woman, a citizen of the United States of America who could operate and service their firearm.”

Dana went on to say that the Florida school shooter was not “well-regulated.”  She continued: “He should never have had a gun.  A crazy person should never be able to get a gun.  A dangerous person should never be able to get a gun.”

The Second Amendment to the Bill of Rights, ratified December 15, 1791:

“A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

The hand-written text of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Teacher Diane Wolk Rogers asked NRA’s Spokeswoman Dana Loesch “what is your definition of a well-regulated militia as stated in the Second Amendment?”

FLORIDA’S BAKER ACT

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, on stage with Dana, explained how Florida’s Baker Act, passed in 1971, allows law enforcement, judges, mental health professionals and doctors to detain individuals if they display certain behavior.

There must be substantial evidence that an individual has a mental illness as defined, or there is intent to harm oneself or others as defined in the Baker Act.  These examinations can occur in over 115 different designated receiving facilities under the Baker Act.

It is obvious that the Florida school shooter fell within the definitions in the Baker Act, over and over again, AND THAT MANY NAMED IN THE ACT KNEW IT, BUT DID NOT ACT.  Dana asked Sheriff Israel why the shooter had not been detained under the Baker Act and prevented from buying a long gun.  He had a lot of excuses, but could not really answer the question.

This exchange between Dana and the sheriff proves how all the laws in the world will not & cannot protect us from any & all dangers.  In the end, each American must protect himself, herself.

Diane L. Gruber

Armed American

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1 Comment

  1. VA N

    February 22, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    Men and Women are trained in the military at eighteen to use a weapon.

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