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Biden Dictatorship Amassing Gun Purchase Records – News Flash: DC Has Been Doing It For Years & Ready To Move On It

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Published on: November 11, 2021

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. – Second Amendment, the Constitution for the united States of America.

While this simple, clear 27-word sentence is understood by many lawful, God-fearing residents of the sovereign States, there are those who, for one reason or another, do not understand its meaning. On the other hand, there are those who fully understand its meaning, but are determined to violate the natural right of the people to keep and bear arms. Many of those people are located in the District of Corruption as elected members of Congress, appointed justices, unconstitutional government agency employees, and occupying the People’s House through “selection” and appointment. Still, others are operating to subvert this natural right of the people at the levels of State and local governments.

These subversive individuals understand there are more of the “people” than them; therefore, they are committed to ensuring their power to control the people through violating that which they have zero authority to violate.

According to The Washington Free Beacon, the Biden dictatorship has amassed a stockpile of records on 54 million residents of sovereign States who own firearms and “is poised to drastically alter gun regulations to ensure that information on Americans who own firearms ultimately ends up in the federal government’s hands, according to internal Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.”

The outlet reported:

The ATF in fiscal year 2021 processed 54.7 million out-of-business records, according to an internal ATF document obtained by the Gun Owners of America, a firearms advocacy group, and provided exclusively to the Free Beacon. When a licensed gun store goes out of business, its private records detailing gun transactions become ATF property and are stored at a federal site in West Virginia. This practice allows the federal government to stockpile scores of gun records and has drawn outrage from gun advocacy groups that say the government is using this information to create a national database of gun owners—which has long been prohibited under U.S. law.

The ATF obtained 53.8 million paper records and another 887,000 electronic records, according to the internal document that outlines ATF actions in fiscal year 2021. Gun activists described this figure as worryingly high and said it contributes to fears that the Biden administration is trying to keep track of all Americans who own firearms, in violation of federal statutes. The procurement of these records by the ATF comes as the Biden administration moves to alter current laws to ensure that gun records are stored in perpetuity. Currently, gun shops can destroy their records after 20 years, thereby preventing the ATF from accessing the information in the future.

“As if the addition of over 50 million records to an ATF gun registry wasn’t unconstitutional or illegal enough, the Biden administration’s misuse of ‘out-of-business’ records doesn’t end there,” Aidan Johnston, the Gun Owners of America’s director of federal affairs, told the Free Beacon. “Instead of maintaining the right of [licensed firearm dealers] to destroy Firearm Transaction Records after 20 years, buried within Biden’s proposed regulations is a provision that would mean every single Firearm Transaction Record going forward would eventually be sent to ATF’s registry in West Virginia.”

The ATF’s registry site has long been a battleground between gun advocates and the federal government. Those in favor of more restrictive gun measures want the ATF to digitize this registry and create a federal database of U.S. gun owners, a move opposed by groups such as the Gun Owners of America and the National Rifle Association. The ATF has so many records stored in its West Virginia site that several years ago the floor collapsed, according to the New York Times.

An ATF spokesman declined to comment on internal agency records but told the Free Beacon that the agency’s “National Tracing Center processes millions of out of business records each month.” However, “those out of business records do not constitute an initiation or continuation of any federal gun registry,” the spokesman said.

The Gun Control Act of 1968 mandates that licensed firearm dealers that go out of business provide the ATF with their records. They are then processed into images, though the ATF maintains this database cannot be searched by a purchaser’s name. Physical records, the agency says, are then destroyed.

The record-keeping issue has received new scrutiny as the Biden administration readies to implement several new restrictions on firearms and owners, including a proposed ban on anywhere from 10 to 40 million pistol braces, which are used as stabilizers on popular weapons such as AR-15s. Under these guidelines, gun owners would be ordered to register or destroy these pistol braces.

The ATF’s proposed regulations would also require gun parts to be regulated with background checks, meaning that if an individual assembled a legal homemade gun, he may be forced to submit to up to 16 different background checks.

Gun advocates, including the Gun Owners of America, accuse the Biden administration of abusing the rule-making process to ensure these regulations are put into effect in record time, possibly before the end of the year.

“The Biden administration has forced ATF to undertake the rule-making process in record time—resulting in faulty argumentation and demonstrating that neither ATF nor Biden’s anti-gun appointees know anything about the firearms and accessories they seek to regulate,” said Johnston.

The ATF, through its spokesman, maintained that its rule-making process allows for gun advocates, experts, and others to offer comment on proposed regulations well before they go into effect. “Congress and the Government Accountability Office have an opportunity to review any final rule prior to its effective date,” the spokesman said. “The process is anything but ‘speedy.'”

And, does anyone know what organization capitulated to the NICS system? That would be the National Rifle Association – you know, the organization that claims to stand for the natural right of the people to keep and bear arms recognized, guaranteed and protected by the Second Amendment. Had the NRA stood strong and the people stood against this usurpation, there would be no need to speculate about whether the central federal government is initiating or continuing any “federal gun registry”.

It’s interesting that my Dad, who died several years ago, stated during one of our conversations that the federal government, ever since the NICS system was implemented, was secretly keeping a “registry” of individuals who have purchased firearms. It was a bit difficult to comprehend. But, as we now know through the ATF’s own admission, the floor collapsed in their storage facility because of the massive numbers of records it has.

The ATF’s spokesman’s words are enough to incriminate the entire federal government of violation of the Second Amendment. “Those out of business records do not constitute an initiation or continuation of any federal gun registry.” [Emphasis mine.] You can just about bank on the opposite being true. In fact, why would the ATF “digitize” these records and not create a function that would allow those records to be searched by name? Everyone is aware of the “ctrl + f” function to search for keywords in a document or string of documents. Are we to honestly believe someone somewhere did not create software to perform a name search for government agencies to use for this purpose? Think about it. If you call Social Security or CMS or any level of government agency and give them your name, you can be found. Moreover, with a birth date or Social Security number, it makes the search much easier.

How dumb does this ATF spokesman think the people are?

With the out-of-control District of Corruption dictator, henchmen, and employees willing to go along with the violations of the people, aided and abetted by those public servants the people supposedly elected (questionable with the amount of election fraud exposed) regarding the COVID hoax, there is nothing these people would not do. It’s being witnessed. At this point, the only thing standing in the way of “force” injecting the residents of the sovereign States with this poisonous gene therapy medical device bioweapon is the people’s possession of firearms. Remove the firearms and you have a killing field ripe for democide either at the point of a needle or the point of a gun through a willing government goon, military or otherwise.

Yes, these usurpers are trying to gain compliance through “mandates”, policy, administrative law, crashing the economy, threatening public service interruption through intended manipulation, and supply chain disruption which includes food. It won’t be long before they tire of this and move toward firearm confiscation. History has shown this to be true – registry first, which they already have, and then confiscation.

Make no mistake, this is coming. It’s been decades in the making. With this COVID hoax and the bioweapon, it is the perfect time for these criminals to make their move.

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