Sandy Hook – Affect Gun Laws After Three Year Anniversary?

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Today, December thirteen two thousand fifteen is a three year anniversary of that suspicious incident to me, a Sandy Hook Shooting. Twenty six Sandy Hook Elementary School students allegedly met their demise. Three years later and gun control laws in the United States have not changed that much.

I noticed some media propaganda whores and political puppets trying to use this three year anniversary to politicize a gun control debate. A Senate Bill was drafted for Universal Background checks for all gun sales in America soon after this alleged incident. However, this bill never passed.

Supposedly, five states have passed stricter gun control laws. Connecticut, Maryland, and New York passed major gun control legislation. However, in the state of New York, many citizens have ignored this new law and have not been registering their firearms.

Ten total states have passed legislation weakening gun restrictions. Any and all gun legislation is not constitutional. The second amendment states:

"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."

Obviously governments across America, do not follow the CONstitution. Connecticut passed gun control legislation banning sales of magazines holding ten rounds of ammunition or more. Also, all firearm sales require a universal background check.

Allegedly, fifty thousand to three hundred fifty thousand assault weapons are not registered in Connecticut. Supposedly up to three hundred thousand Connecticut residents decided to either not register their assault weapons, sold them, or moved them out of state.

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