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Connecticut halts plans to round up firearms after finding most cops in the state are on the list

Connecticut has been making news due to their hastily passed gun registration laws. According to some sources as few as 15% of gun owners have actually registered their firearms. News Blogs have been warning state officials are talking about mass confiscations of the unregistered firearms.

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An AR-15 and high capacity magazine.

Plans for these confiscations hit a snag when a legislative intern dared to ask a question. “Who will be going door to door to take all the guns away?” asked the 21-year-old college senior.

Reportedly multiple people in the room in the most sarcastic voices they could muster said “the police”.

The unnamed intern then pointed at the list and said, “my dad’s name is on the list, and he is the police chief. I see three other names on this list of family members, all cops.”

With in hours a print off of all sworn Law Enforcement officers in the state was obtained. Comparisons of the list of gun owners who failed to comply with registration requirements and sworn LEOs showed a startling figure. Just over 68% of Connecticut cops had failed to register firearms according to the new law.

An anonymous source in the Governors office said lawmakers were dumbfounded. “Someone suggest firing all the cops who failed to register. But the reality of hiring and training that many new police officers is not practical.” The source goes on to say “Senator [redacted to protect our source] said maybe we should issue an official order to all cops to comply with registration or face termination. I mean seriously these people are a special kind of stupid to think that gun-loving cops are going to go along with this blatant violation of the 2nd Amendment.”

So now Connecticut is in little quagmire. The powers that be are making all kinds of threats, but there is no one to follow through on the threats.

No police officers or police administrators were willing to go on record for this story. Emails to members of the Connecticut legislator and Governors office were not returned by the time of publication.

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  • Les Abbott

    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Michael Lawrence

    Now that’s funny…..that’s like an atomic kick to the nuggets of those that passed this law….hahahahahaha!!!

  • Wayne Fincke

    Ummm…why did I know this already….EVERY LE officer I know owns 1 or 5….LOL!

  • Andy Dunaj Jr

    Yeah, would be great if true, but CT LEOs, along with military personnel and few select others, were exempt from registering their AWs and LCMs until within 90 days of their separation from service.

    • Jon Irina Chambers

      They are exempt from the registration of LCM’s but not from registering their so called “assault weapons” They most definitely were supposed to comply with that.

      • Dan Hanscom

        that’s not true. im am active military and ive been told by the state police that I have 90 AFTER I am discharged to register my Ar-15’s and LCM’s

  • Jimmy Dick

    Fucking Morons in the legislature. The State is run by liberals is anyone surprised?

  • John Sagerian

    Has this story been confirmed? Was there a “Law Enforcement Officers” exemption in the law?(If so it’s still unconstitutional) This is almost laughable in it’s stupidity.

    • Swivelgames

      This is a satire site. Of course it hasn’t been confirmed. It would be nice, though!

    • Matt Strasser

      this is a joke article. and there was a law enforcement exception. while active leo or military, no need to register. must register after retiring. i think 90 days is allocated

  • George Rugerlover

    BAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  • theelviscerator

    Libtards have an endless supply of ignorance.

  • Jock Doubleday

    I haven’t found a source for this story or any other outlets running this story.

  • outasync66

    Story sounds like a hoax… Anyone know the source?

    • III%

      Yes read the disclaimer at the bottom of the page, DURR.

      “This site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire Fighting and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real and you should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact.”

  • Charles

    I am a retired Police Officer in Ct. This story has no merit

  • Matt

    Why do they need a registration program if they have a list of who owns them already? No sense?

    • Robin Longstride

      Most likely so they know who are the easiest targets are when they move to take the guns,…. if someone complies with mandated registration then they will most likely comply with confiscation.

      • Robin Longstride

        Besides the point though,… In most states and counties (at least traditionally) though there is obviously a list of who buys these guns because they go through back ground checks and a very specific serial number in the file, this information has usually been discarded not terribly long after the check.
        Although I’m willing to wager the with today’s expanded digital memory and the cloud, it’s highly likely this information is no longer discarded.
        I’m curious as to if any of you law officers can vouch for this either way.

    • III%

      Because they know who bought one at a pawn shop per say, but they don’t know how many times you sold it, and who you sold it to sold it, etc….

  • Swivelgames

    This is a satire website, people. Read the footer.

  • Cliff Johnson

    This site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire
    Fighting and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real
    and you should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact. More …

    • Melissa Kellison

      Thanks, I was looking for if this was satire.

  • Walter Carneglia

    In 1994 I registered my Bushmaster Ar at the Westport State Police barracks. Trooper taking my print for the permit told me he had same model but would not register his.

    • Matt Roach

      You’re a fucking douchebag for registering shit.

      • Melissa Kellison

        Hey! Things weren’t intense in 1994. Don’t be dissing him for it. Besides, he was getting a permit. I assume that’s required in CT for that rifle. How are you supposed to not own the rifle without a permit unless you’re a cop? Anyone doing us any favors? I don’t think so.

        • Matt Roach

          Easy. You own the rifle without a permit. Any pig that comes to take it is a traitor, so you use it and the 2nd Amendment for their intended purposes.

          Does that sound scary to you? It’s the reality that leftists are pushing the country into, and the police are complicit in it. Any compliant, obedient coward who willingly goes along for the ride isn’t much better than the traitor cops himself.

          • Melissa Kellison

            It’s sounds impossible. I’m only familiar with current laws in NY, and you don’t make it out of a gun shop with a handgun without a permit here. Impossible. Travel with an illegal gun? Inconceivable!

          • Reno1212

            You cannot get a gun in CA with registering it. No register, no gun.

          • Reivec

            Have you read the 2nd amendment? Not only does it contain the word REGULATED but it also technically only applies to a militia. I think we all accept that militias are a bit outdated but it clearly stated the government has the right to regulate firearms. Period. End game. Stop pointing to the 2nd amendment as a catch all to negate any gun law you don’t like. It doesn’t work that way.

          • Spike Cohen

            Reivec there is a TON of precedent case law, as well as the words of the actual founders, that make it clear: the AMERICAN PEOPLE were intended to be the well-regulated militia. At no point did the founders intend for their to be laws about gun ownership.

          • Melissa Kellison

            It doesn’t keep you out of jail though. If you can barely afford BBs, you need to keep your head down and let someone a little more affluent stick their neck out for the legal battles. There’s always a certain percent of the III% that buries theirs. Getting your property stolen under color of law isn’t a cheap hobby.

          • Spike Cohen

            Agreed. My point was to refute Reivec’s claim that the 2nd amendment states that the government has the right to regulate firearms.

          • Melissa Kellison

            We know this. It doesn’t keep you out of jail though. If you can barely afford BBs, you need to keep your head down and let someone a little more affluent stick their neck out for the legal battles. There’s always a certain percent of the III% that buries theirs. Getting your property stolen under color of law isn’t a cheap hobby.

          • Embermage

            I guess you didn’t read the rest of the admendment after the comma, the part that says SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED.

          • Guest98654387

            Have you read it? It appears that those words do not mean what you think they mean.

            SCOTUS has finally had to rule that the decree clause of the 2nd Amendment applies to individuals, not militias. The 2A in a way states that states have a right to militias, therefore (to make forming them possible) the people (ie, individuals) must have had a right to arms. Well-regulated in this sense means under the authority of civilians, not under the authority of the US military.

            You’re trying to define “regulated” as “restricted”. Seriously, try that out and see if the sentence makes any sense at all.
            “A well restricted Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

            And I suppose “well” should mean “highly”? Or “properly”?
            “Highly” would make the sentence as a whole non-sense, because the second half would be contradictory.
            “Properly” would prohibit restrictions, because “proper restrictions” would be “no infringements”.

            Regulated refers to the chain of command of Militias, not background checks, registries, or controlling what and how people can own things.

          • Guest

            …but it clearly stated the government has the right to regulate firearms. It did nothing of the sort.

            “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.”

            “Well-Regulated” Smoothly functioning or well supplied.
            “Militia” Any able-bodied man of at least 17 and under 45 years of age (For the Unorganized militia. Yes, they actually have different versions in the US. if you are male and in that age group you are part of the unorganized militia.)

            “…being necessary to the security of a free state…”
            How does that phrase fit with being regulated by that same state? It doesn’t.

            TL;DR Incorrect. See Bob Owens, Joe Huffman, or any number of history buffs for why.

            Period. End game. Stop misusing words, and cherry picking things out of context to limit the rights of others.

  • naperdesign.com

    Obviously faked articles that don’t cite anything resembling proof are obvious

    • ramv36

      Which is why you must stop watching any tv news. Notice that these days all you hear is ‘Sources say’ followed by some inane BS? Those sources will never be named, they don’t exist. Sad to say my favorite Fox is horrible about this. ‘Sources say, we’re being told, we’re learning, it’s reported, the folks say’ when you hear any of these that isn’t followed by a name, hit ‘off’ immediately because you’re either being played or speculated to, and paying for the privilege.

  • Darren Wilkens

    Regardless if this is true or not, being liberal is a mental disease. If you’re liberal, you should find the highest cliff possible and jump off it to keep from spreading your disease to your children and everyone you come in contact with.

  • Scott Snoopy

    oops…sadly this is a good wish

  • Tom Markee

    That’s Hilarious!

  • Jonny Unite-Us

    “Radacted to protect our sourcE” Is Fucking Stupid. The people who would threaten the source will KNOW who sourced the information even if you don’t report the identity of the Senator. The identity of the Senator has no consequence on the source. Simply publishing the quote is more than enough to identify the source, if publishing the name of the senator would be enough to identify the source.

    This article is probably bullshit. They omit any information that could be used to verify the facts presented. They admit in the last two sentences that none of the facts have been verified. This article is probably fiction.

    • Mr. Obvious

      Satire, dipshit… have a coke and a smile and just chill out.

  • N8

    Stupid Question Time… How do they know how many are unregistered and who has them if they aren’t registered????????

    • Jake Gaston

      That’s what I was thinking.

      • Jake Gaston

        but the site is satire, I see that now.

    • Guest98654387

      While the story is satire, this is a valid question around some confusion. Lots of people don’t seem to understand what has happened in CT, which is a large part of the problems there.

      First, a new law was passed implementing wide sweeping bans on new purchases but grandfathering in already owned/possessed items so long as the owner registered them with the state.
      Next, not everyone was aware the law was passed, changed, and went into effect on Jan 1. Estimates (based on the number, of the newly prohibited items, of purchases over the past 30 years) put the rate of knowing about the law plus complying with the law on time at 15%.

      Next, lots of people either learned about the new law after it was too late to legally file the paperwork or changed their mind and decided to register by filling out paperwork AFTER Jan 1 and submitting it to the state. **It is THESE people that have gotten themselves into trouble and are receiving letters that they are felons.**

      Thus, anyone that made a conscious decision not to comply with the new law and has held firm to that conviction to this day is still under the radar of CT. They can hide their weapons and standard capacity magazines and the state should not have any knowledge of them until found. They are still felons in the eyes of the state, but as the old saying goes “It’s not a crime if you don’t get caught.” This could change if CT decides to pull all 4473s in the entire state to go and harass people. Hopefully by the time that happens people will know enough about what’s going on to say they sold their gear out of state at a gun show or lost all their equipment in a freak boating accident.

      The state will only be going after a small minority of gun owners (this time), and to make it worse, they will only be going after people that tried to adhere to the law but made a mistake by not getting a form postmarked by an arbitrary date.

      • sharoncea

        Finally, someone who makes sense. Well said

  • clayton gray

    Read the disclamer at the bottom of the page everything on this site is satire.

    • Michael K

      Ah, thanks.

  • Bud-Kathy Jones

    Sounds like Obama’s foreign policy.

  • frog31791

    o hell,sounds like a big cluster f@$% for the state.

  • Al Talbot

    One thing for sure. Any politician for gun control in Connecticut is finished.

  • Barry Smith

    It may very well be satire but I guarantee that there is a lot of truth to the story in the same. I know an awful lot of cops and most own the very guns that they are trying to take away. And I also guarantee that every thing but the intern is most likely true.

  • Chris Collins

    UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE 42, SECTION 1988

    “When any court violates the clean and unambiguous language of the
    Constitution, a fraud is perpetrated and no one is bound to obey it.”
    State v. Sutton, 63 Minn. 147 65 NW 262 30 ALR 660. Also see (Watson v.
    Memphis, 375 US 526; 10 L Ed 529; 83 S.Ct. 1314)
    PLAINTIFFS CONTEND
    THAT JUDGES NEVER HAD ABSOLUTE OR QUALIFIED IMMUNITY UNDER COMMON LAW —
    DEFENDANTS HAVE NO IMMUNITY FROM SUIT.

  • Sandra Quinn

    There was never a ” round up” sometimes people just make stuff up, gets the blood up is all.

    • 2A defender

      You can’t be that naive to think that tbis wouldn’t turn from registration to confiscation.

      • Sandra Quinn

        So now a can’t be naive, first my gun then my naive nature, what will You take next you commies.?!?

        • Joe Schmoe

          you must have missed reading comprehension day in school… go back and read it again, and again.. until you understand the message

          • Sandra Quinn

            Right, and now you see how this manufactured outrage sounds to the normals.

  • CheeseheadDJ

    got a feeling this is satire..

    • schotts

      Vast majority of cops own their own personal firearms and are quite patriotic. What makes you think it’s satire?

      • CheeseheadDJ

        COPS OWN GUNS – NO SHIT SHERLOCK , This is a satire news source, meaning Most if not all of what you read on it is BULL SHIT !!

  • W Dawes

    We follow John Locke in this country, NOT THOMAS HOBBES!!!!

  • jlglex99

    Hahahaha! Hilarious!!! No comment from the cops!!!

  • CJSTEUB

    NANA NANA BOO BOO DC GOT ITS DICKS IN DOODOO!! BAD BOYS BAD BOYS WHATCHA GONNA DO WHATCHA GONNA DO WHEN THEY COME FOR YOU? SHOOT THE MFS THATS WHAT THEY THINK THEY’RE COMING TOO DISARM YOU!! MOLON LABE, LET IT RING, YOU KN I W YOU GUYS CAN MAKE YOURSELVES SOME DRONES ALSO, IF THE TERRORISTS CAN DO IT………..SO CAN YOU:-) LET FREEDOM RING CONNECTICUT!!!

  • Jb

    lmao!!!!but still they are not going to stop their plans to take your weapons and 2nd amendment right!

  • Joshua Clark

    The national guard will not violate the constitution for you corrupt officials , who will do your dirty work when you terminate all the cops out there ,…. I hope you resign before things get worse

    • Elioron

      How many of the National Guard are on the list – I’m guessing similar numbers to the police!

  • SEGrady

    All I can say is I’m so glad the police are standing up for the LAW…as in the Constitution! Way to go officers!

    • armyvet706

      I would not cheer too loudly for the cops because in the end, they would be the very ones knocking down your door in the middle of the night had this revelation not exposed itself. Cops will always be cops. They are and never will be your friend. Don’t ever forget that!!!

      • SEGrady

        While I understand and appreciate your mistrust of law enforcement…as a veteran of the US Navy…a former law enforcement officer myself (civilian) and the wife of an active duty Army officer…I have many, many, many, friends at various police departments and Sheriff offices who vastly out number the guys you are worried would knock down the doors. Now, I am from the South so it’s much less likely you will see our state move to ban such weapons anyway, but I don’t like to make sweeping statements that I am not prepared to back up with statistical evidence. Sure, there are bad apples in law enforcement…in some cases entire departments…BUT as a whole, I think most of our men and women in Blue understand their job and will support the Constitution. That is why you have seen so many Police Chiefs and Sheriffs come forward and say, “I will NOT take away people’s weapons”. Just my opinion and my experience with the fine officers I have worked with in the past. For those areas of the country where they have elected corrupt cops…you get what you vote for

        • iraqisandman

          Oathkeepers…

    • Tim Pope

      Why is it that the swarms of officers who eat out our substance (see the Declaration of Independence) only stand up for the Supreme Law of the Land when it appears to be in their own personal best interests to do so? Whereas, every other day on the job they break their sworn Oaths to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. We all know that none of them would have a job if they honored their Oath. The current tyrannical system of plunder by force isn’t set up for its officers to have honor. Also, every officer everywhere is sweating at the notion of a mission creep, re-focusing their lawful mandate of “protect and serve” to “stormtrooper;” a rebranding away from felons to disarming law-abiding American citizens. They know that the American people will not stand for much more, and a shooting war is inevitable if they go down this road. They know that pushing Mr. and Mrs. America’s backs against the wall will get a great many officers killed. There’s nothing like the thought of getting killed, and assured retribution against their families, that will put someone on the right side of the law and on the right side of history.

  • Johann

    *legislature Geeeeez…
    Fire whomever wrote and edited this, please.

  • CTC

    My guns are not illegal they are undocumented. Works both ways

    • Sunshine43

      Perfect comparison!!!

    • acidulous

      That must make them “dreamers”!

  • JCat

    Law Enforcement and Military do not need to register until 90 days after they retire or leave the profession, they have exempt status.

    • gw

      Only if those firearms are registered as law enforcement and/or military active duty firearms. All private firearms must adhere to the new law – respectfully.

      • breakingbad23

        Wrong answer, try again.

  • hsfred

    Well, this makes more sense for the visit to CT from the Prez than the bs about minimum wage!

  • liber tarian

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • singingcowboy674

      My sentiments EZACKLY!!!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

  • singingcowboy674

    And the dumbass bureaucrats in the legislature are just sitting around scratching their asses wonder what in the hell is going on? They are SUPPOSED to OBEY US!!!!! They AREN’T and WE DON’T LIKE IT! WWWWWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

  • ZeroDarkThirty

    Firing all those cops is not practical? The new laws aren’t practical either. The epitome of irony! That will teach the bureaucrats to tread on the Constitution lmfao!

    • Tim Pope

      “All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void.” — Marbury v. Madison (1803)

      • ZeroDarkThirty

        I know that. I was attempting to be fully sarcastic LOL

        Unconstitutional Official Acts

        16 Am Jur 2d, Sec 177 late 2d, Sec 256:

        The general misconception is that any statute passed by legislators bearing the appearance of law constitutes the law of the land. The U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land, and any statute, to be valid, must be In agreement. It is impossible for both the Constitution and a law violating it to be valid; one must prevail. This is succinctly stated as follows:

        The General rule is that an unconstitutional statute, though having the form and name of law is in reality no law, but is wholly void, and ineffective for any purpose; since unconstitutionality dates from the time of it’s enactment and not merely from the date of the decision so branding it. An unconstitutional law, in legal contemplation, is as inoperative as if it had never been passed. Such a statute leaves the question that it purports to settle just as it would be had the statute not been enacted.

        Since an unconstitutional law is void, the general principles follow that it imposes no duties, confers no rights, creates no office, bestows no power or authority on anyone, affords no protection, and justifies no acts performed under it…..

        A void act cannot be legally consistent with a valid one. An unconstitutional law cannot operate to supersede any existing valid law. Indeed, insofar as a statute runs counter to the fundamental law of the lend, it is superseded thereby.

        No one Is bound to obey an unconstitutional law and no courts are bound to enforce it.

        Jon Roland:

        Strictly speaking, an unconstitutional statute is not a “law”, and should not be called a “law”, even if it is sustained by a court, for a finding that a statute or other official act is constitutional does not make it so, or confer any authority to anyone to enforce it.

        All citizens and legal residents of the United States, by their presence on the territory of the United States, are subject to the militia duty, the duty of the social compact that creates the society, which requires that each, alone and in concert with others, not only obey the Constitution and constitutional official acts, but help enforce them, if necessary, at the risk of one’s life.

        Any unconstitutional act of an official will at least be a violation of the oath of that official to execute the duties of his office, and therefore grounds for his removal from office. No official immunity or privileges of rank or position survive the commission of unlawful acts. If it violates the rights of individuals, it is also likely to be a crime, and the militia duty obligates anyone aware of such a violation to investigate it, gather evidence for a prosecution, make an arrest, and if necessary, seek an indictment from a grand jury, and if one is obtained, prosecute the offender in a court of law.

  • mefine

    A Republic is representative government ruled by law (the Constitution). A democracy is direct government ruled by the majority (mob rule). A Republic recognizes the inalienable rights of individuals while democracies are only concerned with group wants or needs (the public good).
    Lawmaking is a slow, deliberate process in our Constitutional Republic requiring approval from the House, Senate, Ex…ecutive (President or Governor), The Supreme Court, and individual jurors (jury-nullification). Lawmaking in our unlawful democracy occurs rapidly requiring approval from the whim of the majority as determined by polls and/or voter referendums. Voter referendums allow legislators to blame bad law on the people. A good example of democracy in action is a lynch mob.

    Democracies always self-destruct when the non-productive majority realizes that it can vote itself handouts from the productive minority by electing the candidate promising the most benefits from the public treasury. To maintain their power, these candidates must adopt an ever-increasing tax and spend policy to satisfy the ever-increasing desires of the majority. As taxes increase, incentive to produce decreases, causing many of the once productive to drop out and join the non-productive. When there are no longer enough producers to fund the legitimate functions of government and the socialist programs, the democracy will collapse, always to be followed by a Dictatorship.

    Even though nearly every politician, teacher, journalist and citizen believes that our Founders created a democracy, it is absolutely not true. The Founders knew full well the differences between a Republic and a Democracy. They repeatedly and emphatically said that they had founded a Republic.

    Article IV Section 4, of the Constitution “guarantees to every state in this union a Republican form of government”…. Conversely, the word Democracy is not mentioned even once in the Constitution. Madison warned us of the dangers of democracies with these words

    • Robert

      I believe “Republic” only means that the government does not have a king or queen. A “Constitutional Republic” is what we have in the U.S.

  • Heather Vancleave

    Id Go get the Governer who Passed that Bogus Unconstitutional Legislating & Toss his Ass in the Slammer!

    • Schlange

      I think that the idiots responsible for the law should all be hung.

      • Tim Pope

        Article 3, Section 3, Clauses 1 and 2 of the United States Constitution, the “Treason Clause,” explains that these men are in fact guilty of treason in levying war against the American people. And what is the punishment for treason, the law which was never repealed? Death by hanging.

        • Heather Estes

          Rofl…is this parody? You are hilarious.

          • Tim Pope

            Heather, you are a lawyer, so what is it about the law that you don’t understand? Or is your understanding of the law confined merely to the British Accredited Registry, whose incalculable fraudulent codes and statutes are growing daily in order to keep this ponzi scheme going — and its Commercial Uniform Securities Identification Procedure producing — for as long as possible? As a lawyer, you are effectively an agent of a foreign organization, and any client who takes you on to defend them has relinquished their constitutionally-protected rights and is a ward of the court. Didn’t they teach you that in law school? You might want to look into that.

    • Heather Estes

      Governors don’t pass laws. Legislators do. If you’re going to get all riled up and calling for a lynch mob, at least direct your right wing rage at the correct people…lol

      • http://controversialmarketing.blogspot.com Sam Freedom

        Lolololol…. not. Listen, bimbo, actually being upset that govt would mess with the second amendment and make innocent people criminals via “ex post facto” isn’t a right wing thing. It’s an American thing.

        Wasnt it wimpy left wingers who screamed that dissent was patriotic when bush was in office? Douche.

        • Heather Estes

          I’m hardly a bimbo, you knuckle dragger. I’m a lawyer. What’s your level of education? I’m guessing high school remedial classes.

          • scs2000

            Oh, in that case you are a scumbag…

          • Iron Tub

            shyster , I believe is the politically correct term :) Just further proof that no amount of money or education produces common sense.

          • Iron Tub

            Ok madam lawyer! Will you stand up for the law (Constitution) or does money talk with you as it does to most in your honorable profession?

          • Heather Estes

            I don’t live in that state, but I think thearticle is satire.

          • Iron Tub

            Satire or not I just asked you a simple question, so being in your profession it didnt surprise me that instead of answering it, you just talked around it.

          • Heather Estes

            My reply would have been too long to post from my phone, but suffice it to say that I defend the constitution as a full time profession. I defend the constitutional rights of indigent defendants who otherwise would have no voice in court. In the meantime you defend the constitution by being an online badass and questioning anyone’s patriotism who you even suspect interprets the constitution differently than you do. Bravo. You win the interwebs, cowboy.

          • Iron Tub

            That is a riot ! It is a simple yes or no question. I don’t interpret it in any way other than it being the law. My attorney happens to be a woman also and is capable of answering a question straight forward. So your little “misogynistic” statement just doesn’t fly here. Your closing was agreeable however. yippee ki yi ya

          • Heather Estes

            Wow, you’re truly dense.

      • RabbleRabbleRabbleMe

        Wow Heather, read some of your comments and you are one pompous, asinine, full of yourself, conceited b i .t.c..h now, aren’t you? And do come back at me with some of that smart-a s. sed self-aggrandizement, as I don’t bother to read replies to my statements of fact by dip/s/h.i.ts such as yourself. I just like manipulating people like you in making them waste their energy and time on what I manipulate them with. SO much fun! . HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Oh, and lastly, phuck off, hun. Have a nice day!

        • Heather Estes

          I’m rarely ever on disqus, if ever. Sorry, that I pointed out that governors don’t pass laws. Sorry it hurts your delicate male ego to encounter educated females. Oh, and we bitches know how to hold it down at home and work…lol.

      • Tim Pope

        At this point, it is not right or left wing rage. It is American rage, and if you’re not angry enough to speak against the tyranny that is sweeping over our nation, then you are not an American. The right and the left are two wings on the same bird of prey, and there is no longer an ounce of fundamental difference between the two. We the People need to be united in this fight, because divided we will most certainly fall. Either you are for Liberty, or you are for enslavement. George Mason of the Virginia Ratifying Convention said, “To disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them.”

      • scs2000

        The governor participated in the LIE that is Sandy Hoax!

  • Dwight Upton

    On the record, I do not accuse politicians of the ability to exercise ‘critical thinking’.

  • Rich Holland

    DMF’s

  • Ken Prince Jr

    Unless Im mistaken Police Officers don’t need to register them until they retire.

  • Manfrom Modesto

    It is only temporary. The Satanists who are pushing these anti-Freedom measures never quit. When one effort fails, they devise a new plan of attack on America. For those of you who have not yet clued in:
    All the evil in America right now is being promoted and plotted by who I call the SSS- Secret Society Satanists. If you’re reasonably socialized (the word they use for thought and belief controlled), you will doubt my warning.
    Accept my challenge and research these things:
    Skull & Bones
    Jesuits, black pope
    Freemasons/ Luciferians/ Satanists
    JFK speech that got him killed
    Satanic symbols in Hollywood
    documentary: They Sold Their Souls for Rock ‘n Roll (free on Youtube)

    • Earl

      You are right… and our government brought in many of the evil NAZI’s after WWII, and gave them new ID’s and JOBS within our government. They have been working to meet an agenda ever since. EVIL is alive and well in our society, but people have forgotten or choose to ignore it. TROUBLE IS coming and people aren’t paying attention.

    • Jason

      Put some tin foil on your head wack job

      • scs2000

        Go back to sleep, bahhhh bahhhh

      • Douglas Hotchkiss

        church of satan
        po box 3184b
        newtown ct, 06470

      • Douglas Hotchkiss

        sandy hook is home to suzzane collins , author of the hunger games.
        it was featured on a map in dark knight rises.
        the production designer on dkr was nathan crowley , decendent of allister crowley founder of the church of satan.
        prop master scott gettzinger moved to sandy hook , but is dead now.

  • Earl

    There will be another false flag event involving guns soon…somewhere in the states.

  • Guest

    I don’t get it. Why do they need to register…clearly the state already has them on a list? What’s with the registering of the apparently already registered firearms?

  • armyvet706

    Just goes to show the absolute stupidity of these so called leaders of the community passing their stupid ass illegal unconstitutional laws on the rest of society. What a bunch of incompetent dumb shit liberals. Joke is on you, dumb asses!

  • RabbleRabbleRabbleMe

    I want the newspapers to print a list of all those cops and their addresses. That’s what I want. THEN let them make a run at taking people’s guns from them. We’ll see who salutes that flag when it’s run up the pole……..

  • Dan

    Bs article, it’s totally fake. Everyone’s anonymous or unwilling to go on record? . First of all, what 21 year old intern will have the sacred list of names, Which could be a couple hundred thousand names. Then she found her dad and a few other family members… cmon. This happened in court? What court and why was court being held, and why is the 21 year old intern there with the most precious list CT has ever had? Are copies if that list just floating around? Last I heard,, no one can seem to authenticate e the registration letters…

    • Dan

      Sorry not court, legislative session..

    • Clk

      First off this list is of people who tried to register their firearms late, not consisting of a “couple hundred thouand names” but actually a few thousand. Second I can believe the intern was able to see the list, seeing as to every one of these legislators has probably been looking at it and passing it around. And I could believe several family members being on the list if they decided to register at the same time. I find it odd that you find that officers with weapons training and most likely a good sense of pride in this nation would refuse to participate in a gun grab. I bet 90% of the military personnel (veterans, Reserves, National Guard and active duty) did not register their firearms either.

    • J.W. Bowers Jr.

      ^^^^^ Obvious Liberal running deflection………..

    • Jim Linford

      If you were handed as list, I surmise it was in alphabetical order, look to see if anyone you knew was on it, just out of pure curiosity if nothing else.

    • Douglas Moore

      Of course it’s fake. It says so at the bottom of the page. LOL

  • armyvet706

    I’m sick of all this gun grabbing shit! That prick Obama needs to spend some quality time in GITMO with his fellow muslims. He’s the reason for all this shit going on in America. Sick of his skinny ass. Phuckin mutt!

    • Sunshine43

      Amen to that!

  • Barbara

    ArmyVet, remember Obama is just doing the work of his Masters! Soro’s, Big Oil, Rockerfeller! Obama is just a PUPPET! Double ‘L’ for Loser Legislators!

  • Marauderson

    This looks like a great way to start a civil war…

  • scs2000

    If they want to arrest people start with the corrupt liar Malloy, he participated in the Sandy Hoax in order to disarm the citizens, they are sworn to enforce the law against foreign and domestic enemies..

  • MojaveMoon

    God i hope the feds build the internment camps to put all the retards who believe spurious manufactured crap like this article. Too stupid and too dangerous to function in society, incapable of reading a law and understanding its provisions, unable to breed outside their siblings and cousins. It is time for Obama to sign the executive order. And please, spare the taxpayer the expense of housing you morons and go to war instead. It’ll be over so much quicker and then we can move on with life in the 21st century sans a ragtag consortium of inbred tea baggers.

    • Fed up

      We’ll put you behind wire first and see how you enjoy it. Be very careful with words.

      • MojaveMoon

        Save your threats, Jethro. MOLON LABELOLOLOL

  • Leftbehind

    Connecticut is run by IDIOTS !! Yes Yes

    • scs2000

      No, it is run by traitors!

  • Ryan Poling

    is this real? if so its a major victory for us right now. but will it backfire? will they send in NATO troops instead now?!? we need to all form together at which ever state trys to pass these unconstitutional laws! march on the white house is what i call for ! take it back and jail the ENEMYS

  • John

    “This site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire
    Fighting and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real
    and you should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact. Heck
    we tend to leave in spelling and grammer errors just to prove we is not
    the professional media. No reference of an individual, company, or
    government entity seeks to inflict malice or emotional harm” from the bottom of this website.

    • scs2000

      Says the idiot who can’t even spell grammar!

      • John L. Krueger

        Dude, he was quoting the disclaimer on the home page. They have grammar spelled incorrectly on the disclaimer. The story is satire.

    • CMiller–aTexan

      The “professional media” leave plenty of spelling and grammar errors.

  • Thomas King Jr

    “Lawmakers were dumbfounded” maybe the editor should have stopped at “dumb”.

  • JoeThePimpernel

    The Won would be happy to send in his civilian army to conduct the confiscations.

    • Iron Tub

      The One would have problems way beyond his comprehension. Stand United!

      • Libertarian Advocate

        “The One would have problems way beyond his comprehension.”

        Seems most everything is way beyond his comprehension….

        • Iron Tub

          Very good point!

  • Rich N

    So in order for the state of Connecticut to get a so called “list” together, they would have to go through the Government “ATF” and retrieve all the 4473 from dea…lers (which has not happened) in order to find out who has an unregistered “assault rifle.”
    Then it would take months if not years to sift through all those 4473’s to find out which guns purchased were “assault weapons” based on the classification set forth by CT.
    And then they would have to cross-reference that info with the list of people who did in fact register their guns (they don’t want to knock on an innocent persons door now do they?)

    How can there be a list of people with unregistered firearms if the guns aren’t registered???

    Think about it people…….Just because you see it on the internet doesn’t mean it’s not a bull shit story…. Just saying….

    • charles

      Maybe they assume that if they have a carry permit …they might have a gun !!

    • Bob CT

      in CT when you bought any firearm form a deal in the last two decades you filled out a CT state form in quadruple. one copy when to your town, another copy to the state police. The state police retain that indefinitely.
      CT knows how many guns where bought in state gun stores and who the first owner was.

      • Rich N

        I was unaware of this but what about prior to that?

    • Trixxter

      Gasp!!! They lie on the internet? And I really thought she WAS a french model!

    • gejoslin

      Have you heard about computers? If you think those 4473 haven’t been listed on data files your pretty naive!

    • Virgil Ferguson

      4473 forms held in dealers files is registery enough.

      • Rich N

        Dealers will not provide 4473 information to local or state police. ATF only…

    • Libertarian Advocate

      In CT all firearms sold through an FFL have two additional paper trails. The DPS-3-C which is issued in quadruplicate. 1 to DESPP, 1 to thransferee’s Local PD, 1 to Transferee and one retained by Transferor. There is also an “Application to Purchase” (DPS-67-C) retained by the Transferor.

  • Larry Teague

    Looks like an abundance of police on that list…..How about arresting those who voted for this dumbass unconstitutional law?

  • JRHowosso

    Man I love a happy story in the morning……………… :)

  • PATRIOTX

    Time for some serious recall elections in Connecticut….

  • nancy bell

    Gun owners must be registered how else would they know who owns a gun and where they live. No one knows who the illegal gun owners are.

    • The dude

      People move and sell their guns it’s that simple.

    • Buckaroo Banzai

      In CT, when you buy a gun, a copy of the bill of sale is sent to your local police dept. Now, obviously, if you subsequently move, the address on that bill of sale is no longer good, but assuming you stayed in the state, it would be pretty easy to find you via property records, DMV records, etc.

    • Charles Scholl

      And no one will ever know who the illegal gun owners are, it is a moronic dream to believe making lawful citizens targets will solve this. Criminals will always have guns. Until we have a good enough deterrent they will continue to use them. If there were maximum punishment for criminal gun use, there would be less gun giolemnce

  • Jack Powers

    TEST ONE DONE? MAYBE IT’S TIME FOR CONNECTICUT CITIZENS TO RECALL THEIR LEGISLATORS. THAT’S THE PROBLEM WE HAVE IN THIS REPUBLIC TODAY, SOME OF OUR CITIZEN’S IDEOLOGY, (MARXISM OR FASCISM) CLASHES WITH OUR CONSTITUTION! THOSE CITIZENS BEST FIND ANOTHER REPUBLIC TO DESTROY BECAUSE THERE AREN’T ENOUGH OF THEM TO DESTROY OURS. I’M NOT A BLOOD-THIRSTY MAN BUT I’LL NOT PAY QUARTER TO A MARXIST. I’LL KILL HIM IF HE THREATENS MY WAY OF LIFE!

  • Maurice Moe Colontonio

    I call BS on this whole story. It’s a happy tale, but I kept expecting snow white to pop in there somewhere. Maybe she’s the “un-named” source?

  • David

    They will simply amend te law to excuse the police from having to turn in their own weapons. It’s hardly over…

  • Chris

    I want to know just exactly where this list came from that the intern in pointing at.. Why do they have a list of unregistered gun owners?

    • GThunter007

      If they don’t have a list…how would they go door to door anyway?

  • Todd Little

    remember the paper putting out the report of gun owners in new York? I would wager that every state has a record of gun owners. and the liberal papers are just waiting to publish it.

  • Ryan Parry

    well malloy will be in my city hall tonight at 7pm ill ask him what he thinks face to face tonight

  • John M.

    Callthecops does Satire….is this story legit or satire?

  • baracalypse

    You all need to scroll to the bottom of the page and read the disclaimer;

    “This site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire
    Fighting and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real
    and you should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact. Heck
    we tend to leave in spelling and grammer errors just to prove we is not
    the professional media. No reference of an individual, company, or
    government entity seeks to inflict malice or emotional harm.

    Any statement made by authors on this page should not be considered the opinions of agencies they are employed by.”

    • kenneth

      The same goes for the Huffington Post as well as many other websites. Obama is satire, stories told by Obama are just that, stories. There is no truth in them and they are not based on fact.

  • James Dunn

    Typical quandary of gun grabbing Liberal Idiots!

  • Lawabiding

    So you’ll come after me but not your own, that is special.

  • Nikki

    This site ONLY does satire. Damn good, almost too close to the real truth, funny as hell satire, but it’s all satire…

  • DMayEADS

    Wow. I wish I could say I’ll jump on a plane and be there to help my fellow countrymen. I won’t though, unless the door to door illegal search of homes takes place. I’ll post on various web sites and probably get a few hundred squads of former Marines to assist in the effort.

    A right is just that, a right. The fact that it’s a constitutional right, (I’ve sworn to defend the constitution) makes it that much more relevant.

    Put me in coach!

  • RGlenCheek

    “Special kind of stupid” just about explains everything in one phrase.

  • tim1967

    This site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire
    Fighting and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real
    and you should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact. More …

  • Bhig Bhad Wolf

    It’s satire: If you support Connecticut, PLEASE attend, or start a “Support Connecticut” rally at a capital building near you! The more voices the better!

  • Douglas Moore

    15 percent?!? I didn’t know it was that many.

  • Jon Collins

    Amazing isn’t it? they find out their little Nazis are guilty of the same thing, and all of a sudden it’s not a good idea

    • watkinsfred

      Yes, but it seems their “little Nazis” they were depending on are not so Nazi afterall.

    • Chris Drummond

      “Little Nazis” Jon???? Maybe you should look at it as the cops making a stand for the people, ya think? The fact that they stood up for the 2nd amendment and agreed with the majority of gun owners, is a bit telling, isn’t it? Quit being so thick-headed with your hate.

      • Ray Davis

        I have to go with Jon on this one. They ARE little nazis, and i will also add, they are nazi thugs

        • anto

          You’re judging all based on the actions of many, but not all the police. There ARE good cops out there and by not registering their firearms when ordered to its a clear dedication to their oath to uphold the constitution of the United States. So if you want what you say to have meaning and not just sound like hate speech. Give the benefit of the doubt until there is no reason to. So don’t resort to name calling. It will only make us all look weak.

      • Andrew

        I always forget, what does the “well-regulated” portion of the 2nd Amendment mean? I mean, .. I always thought it meant regulations put on our “militia”.

    • anto

      Jon read my comment to ray Davis. It applies to you as much as it applies to him ↓↓↓

  • disqus_ZBc5CQd4k5

    LMAO !!!

  • Nick

    To any Connecticut officer who faces termination: move to Texas, we always need officers and will never take your guns :)

    Nick,
    Houston, Harris County, Texas.

  • sotiredofthebs

    Amen!! The Second Amendment is well and alive!

  • Robert Reeves

    I am an LEO, 19 years. I love the Constitution. I adhere to it. I’m also in the military, 31 yrs USAF. There are more of us that do than don’t. For now.

  • Corey Ronson

    Why are these guys still in office obviously they don’t represent the people of Connecticut ….. Gettemthe fuck outta here

  • emt6612

    This is satire but so true in a sense. The government is making laws against law abiding citizens, the people that uphold the laws. but no mention about how the F$%K are we going to get the guns away from the criminals who are forcing legislature to create laws like this.

    • snafubar

      What is satire? Are you saying this story is a joke, and isn’t true?

      • snafubar

        OK, I read the “About Us” page. It is satire.

    • Guest

      emt, not sure you understand the meaning of the word “satire”…please expand on your statement…or not.

    • linreis

      is there any part of this article true? seems to me, this is not a joking matter, and they should be more appropriate when choosing what to write about

  • jason

    Article is full of FAIL. COPS ARE EXEMPT… until 90 days after they resign and or retire.

    • snafubar

      Exempt from WHAT? Complying with CT state law? Linky please.

      • snafubar

        Just as I thought…..

  • donedwards

    By definition, an “assault rifle” must have a selector that allows it to be fired in a fully automatic. So, 99.999% of Connecticut citizens don’t own such a weapon. Why are they being harassed? The mechanism of action for an EBR (Evil Black Rifle) is not much different than that of your grandfathers semi-automatic shotgun. Why isn’t that error in nomenclature being used against the idiots who passed the legislation?

    Furthermore, I can find videos of nine year olds who can load and fire three 10-round magazines, with a higher shooting scores, faster than a poor shooter can run through a 30-round magazine.

    You can’t legislate morality. If anyone can craft a law that would keep evil people from doing bad things to innocent people in “gun free zones,” I’ll grind every gun I own into very fine dust, and I’ll do so on the steps of our nations Capitol. It’s just not possible.

  • TimSingleton

    What’s matter, Big Dog Gun Control Senator? You a’scairt? You want those guns so bad, why don’t YOU all load up and go try to confiscate them.

    Idiots.
    …and God Bless the 68% who refused to comply.

  • Benjamin Kibbey

    There has to be a number such that when the sum of satire/fake news websites on the Internet reaches said number, people will catch on to the extent that they stop presuming fake, comedic stories are real news and flipping out over it.

    I am beginning to believe that number might approach infinity.

  • keith

    This is bull shit. Those legislators need to be fired!! Anyone seem Fema camps on Utube???? You should check them out and all this will make sense

  • Theresa Gandee

    ROFLMFAO!!! the cops were making a point by not following the law cause they know they are not going to take them away AND they know criminals and others will not give them up eather…..So HA in your face stupid law

  • Brosky

    I hope the cops start going door to door to round up the political/criminal class that enacted this treasonous non-law.

  • Paul Alvarez

    You can ask American’s to arrest American’s, but then you have to arrest the arrestor when you are done USING them to arrest the innocent.
    If that’s confuses the hell out of you, welcome to Libtardia….

    • Voroshk

      Very we’ll put I think it would b a blood bath y don’t the politicians who r writing these moronic laws go get them themselves

  • Jeremy Randolph

    Any linked source or other outlet reporting this? Not that I’m questioning the authenticity…well, yeah I guess I am. I’m so hesitant now to repost or share stories, because of the litany of “news” sites that write fake stories. I would LOVE to find that is is in fact for real.

    • Bert

      I am questioning its authenticity, even though I disagree totally with the Conn. law at issue.

  • Hector

    That’s why I left that Communist state! The worst criminals are in Hartford. The stupid people keep re-electing them. The smart ones leave while they still can.

  • Kenyan Mocker

    NOT SURE THIS SITE IS TRUSTWORTHY.
    BE CAREFUL ABOUT REPOSTING OR FORWARDING.

  • Alex

    Did anyone compare the list of non-registered gun owners against a list of CT legislators?

    • Guest

      Dunno, but sipsy street irregulars has a list and addresses of said Constitution violators.

  • Scott

    If CT has a list of all the people that have unregistered ARs and Mags…why do they need people to register them? What are you going to do with information you already have and how is that going to stop violence? It’s a complete WASTE of time and resources. Call me crazy…but how about going after bad people who aren’t suppose to have guns!

    • Kelvin Jones

      Their records are of those who purchased the guns and could be outdated due to resell in private venue. They want to have current lists so that they know whose door to raid at 4 AM to confiscate and incarcerate at a later date.

    • Guest

      We must keep everyone distracted from the economy – and if it happens to work in disarming the populace, it’s a two-fer!

  • 66lima

    Recall the idiots that voted for this unconstitutional law.

  • David Nevers

    like the niggers and spiggers will follow gun laws

    • David’s a dumb schmuck

      You’re a special kind of stupid aren’t you?

  • reptar

    Notice that there are no names or quotes in this article. It seems like someone made up the whole thing.

  • reptar

    People shouldn’t make up news stories. It makes everyone stupider and the world a worse place.

    • go4it

      Really!!! If there’s even *one* CT legislator – or immediate family member – a who “failed to comply”, it shows a serious flaw in passing an doofus, unconstitutional law will cause thinking people to give up Constitutinal rights and turn into “sheeple”. Should that one legislator or family member be a “liberal”, so much the better. This automatic persecution of lawful owners of “certain firearms” is discriminatory at best and – like the previous Brady Bill banning similar rifles – totally pointless because it had an immeasurable effect on “crime” involving those sorts of firearms. This is pure “red herring” legislation …..

  • ENDIF

    Much as I would like for this story to be true, in the complete and total absence of any kind of factual backup, I have to assume it’s not.

  • banger377

    The cops know the law. This law is null and void as an infringement. Only a FOOL would register a weapon with the force that is bent on disarming it’s competition.

    If this is a false story; May you burn in hell. If this was posted by obamers misinformation minions; May you burn in hell, after being found out and tarred, feathered, and lite on fire by patriots.

  • prpetty

    I do like this article, but hey everyone read it for what it’s worth…a good laugh, then go to the ‘about us’ page on their site and read the first sentence…on second thought I’ll just post it here to make it easy: “This site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire Fighting and Emergency Medical work. “

  • http://media.nola.com/tpphotos/photo/9346409-standard.jpg bondmen

    For what’s really going on with tyrants working overtime to take our firearms see Mike Vanderboegh’s Sipsey Street Irregulars and David Codrea’s The Wat on Guns. These are the two guys who broke the Fast & Furious scandal a few years ago. It’s good stuff!

  • Paul Alvarez

    Armed people coming to your door to take your guns… Asenine. That’s like a drunk friend talking your keys at a party, because there’s booze there and he’s not sure if you drank, getting into his car with your keys and driving home.

  • christopherjmaher

    arrest the for felony charges it’s the law, they should be held to a higher standard for a law like this, hell… it will be easy to arrest them they are in police stations everyday, cheapest round up ever

    • RhetoricalQuestion

      The second amendment is the law. Connecticut is a Union member, thus the second amendment preempts all of their horse hockey ‘laws.’ People who think like you are the ‘special kind of stupid’ referenced in this piece, and you enable power hungry tyrants in their campaigns against liberty.

      TL;DR
      Fuck you, you ignoramus.

      • Kathy

        Now, now RhetoricalQuestion…maybe he’s got a good idea! Picture this…Gov orders the 68% of law abiding cops be arrested and hit with felony charges. While cops are jailed, the criminals can have a free-for-all….killing, looting, just having a good ol’ time. When they clean out “non-gun protected” homes and businesses, they’ll get bored. When they get bored, they’ll want to kill. Then they can steal all the vehicles they need and drive over to the Capital…..those fools who pushed and voted for this debacle will not be threatened…NO, all criminals are friends, right? This story might have a KARMA kind of ending! This could very well happen if they fire 68% of the police force in the state of CT. And, how many of the remaining 32% are going to arrest fellow officers…come on!!!!

        UPDATE: This article is SATIRE? Aaarrrggghhhh!!! Five minutes of my life gone. SARCASM oozing through my veins!!!

        • RhetoricalQuestion

          Indeed we did. That’s sad to know, actually. I found your hypothetical to be quite amusing.

          • Kathy

            Better to laugh than cry…..at least that’s what I try to do !!!

  • James Clarkin

    “a special kind of stupid”

  • Charles Mitchell

    “As governor of this state I am ordering law enforcement officials to arrest everyone who didn’t register their assault weapons!”
    …..”Uhhhh…governor….68% of we law enforcement officials are on that list!”
    ….”Well then, arrest yourself!”

  • trem jim

    such a terrible , terrible state :(

  • Penciljockey

    This will save the children

  • Siobhan_McCallen

    It’s really quite simple.

    Cops feel they are automatically exempt from laws like this. They simply did not feel the law applied to them.

    • Bill B

      The list of people who didn’t register their firearms is overwhelmingly comprised of civilians. All who refuse to register their guns with big brother DO in fact feel that the law applies to them.

      • mike cumpston

        the citizens of conn. did give the middle finger to the gunregistry basically telling the sissies they only imagine they are in charge or that anybody is paying attention to them.

  • Bradley Odell Avery

    People, look at the name of the site. It says right under it “The 27th most trusted source for public safety news.” Would a non-satirical site really say that? Look at the recent top “news” (even in quotes where it says it) Anyone with a shred of common sense should be able to tell right off that this is story and this site is satire.

    • mike cumpston

      too good to be true. I wanted to believe it and did until I found it is a lampoon. Screw the liberal-dibberal, hippy-dippie sissycrats anyway.

  • Julieb615

    ROFL I hope this is true. The legislators will have to do some back tracking if it is.

  • Michael

    I have read many of the posts here and it would seem that no one here is up to the task of a simple statement. Thank you to the law enforcement officer who have a commitment to the people and OUR CONSTUTUION. And have the courage to stand firm on that! And more guts and belief in our country then any politician in office in the state of Connecticut. It makes me believe in our law enforcement like I did when I was a young boy! Good for them and be proud that you stood for what is right.

  • D-Rail

    Hmmm, couldn’t these idiots think of this: “Oh, maybe we should just stop our nonsense, because our actions are unlawful & illegal anyway, being in direct contradiction to the Constitution. Maybe we should just back off the gun-stealing for good. Looks like we’re outnumbered”, & then FLEE THIS PLANET, because sooner or later, it’s going to be OPEN SEASON on their rear ends. POWER TO THE PEOPLE! WE WIN BY SHEER NUMBERS. DON’T LET THOSE DIRTY BASTARDS IN THEIR POLITICAL TEMPLES GET YOU DOWN.

    • D-Rail

      But noooooo- at all costs, the wheel of Evil MUST continue grinding forward, & grinding society under its oppressive miasma of legislation & brutal enforcement. These twatwaffles are obsolete, their time is up. Time for REAL CHANGE, that we really CAN believe in, & that change is NO MORE WASHINGTON, DC GOVERNMENT. WE CAN GOVERN OURSELVES. Can’t fix this system using its own broken self, rife with corrupt politicians & corporate whores. Trust them no longer, for they will NEVER do the right thing. A decent person realizes that there is no need to rule others; therefore, let us every one rule themselves with prudence, fairness, open & voluntary trade between individuals instead of corporations, & the Golden Rule. That is all the governance we need. Everything else is an avenue to slavery.

      • D-Rail

        They want to wipe us all off the table, so they can eat the whole pie, & decide who MIGHT get how much of the crumbs are left. We need to do it to them, with violent prejudice, as they have sought to undermine our Rights, our Lives, our morals, & personal sovereignty. It’s an absolute insult to the Human Endeavor. They have no empathy for us. We must smite them hip & thigh in the end, with compound interest liberally added thereunto! Four-fold, & hundred-fold! They’re the terrorists. Their legislation is an act of desperation & cowardice. Let them cower before the People.

  • Guest

    This isn’t a site like the Onion is it? I would like to believe this is true but I have been burned before.

    • Jungle Jim Miller

      It is exacty like the Onion.

  • Governor51

    Dumb question here, and I hope somebody can answer it. How can there be a list of people who haven’t registered their firearms, if they haven’t registered them yet? I thought the whole point of not registering was so they would not know where to go to confiscate them.

    • Mack Bonham

      Thank you for asking the obvious question. You can’t have a list of unregistered firearms. Getting them on a list is the whole point of registering them.

      I love that “68%” though. Really adds credibility to this horse hockey.

      • William Mills

        Do not be fooled Big Brother know’s who has what typ of wepons, Go to walmart,gunstoor, or any whare and buy ammo, assecories, ECT. with a credid card and they have you. and i do not believe that no body in this countery has not paid by credit card for some type of firearme stuff.
        Remember if they waht you the will get you BIG BROTHER WATCHING>

        • Mack Bonham

          I see the public schools are still doing a bang up job.

    • TheWholeTruth

      Though you’re right to a point, gun shops DO keep records of sales as does the BATF. The ONLY way to not have a record floating around somewhere is to buy from an individual.

  • Dead Kennedy

    I really wish this was true :(

  • Jungle Jim Miller

    It’s a fake story (e.g. satire), people. Don’t get your panties in a wad.

  • Bill Moss

    This is satire at best. The State of Connecticut at this moment still plans to confiscate. I suggest this is a ploy by liberals or gun control advocates to get the people to relax and think it is over in order to blind side them. This article says this is the 27th most trusted new source. That don’t say much for them. Also none of their sources are named.That is about as trust worth as if someone wrote an article saying Obama resigned and handed power back over to Bush. They could follow this up by saying an unnamed White House source and an unnamed Congressional Rep. told them so. Would you believe it? People need to stop believing this misinformation being fed to them. It is like eating a turd and enjoying it because someone unnamed somewhere said it is a doughnut. Connecticut still intends to confiscat guns and the State Police are sticking by their guns in saying “We are your Master.” Quote from Lr. Paul Vance CSP.

    • William Mills

      This i have to agree with you Bill, The LEO are two power hungery and they will do any thing to push there self governed athority on to others, this being stated ther are a few that would lay down ther badges for the right reason. This is just a plow to blind side the mases.

    • Ken Myers

      Better not drop your guard.

  • MikeSmith2141

    Police are exempt from the entire law anyway.

    • Duzy Chlopak

      I think you’re right about that, Mike.

      • Guest

        Police are not exempt from any law Mike Smith

        • Youreprobablyacoptoo

          You’re fucking stupid, fellow guest. They carry automatic weapons (weapons of war), hollow point bullets (legal in US, illegal in international warfare; meaning shooting at people), they carry tasers in states where tasers are illegal, they shoot people to death with no regard for others (“self defense” doesn’t that apply to me as well when an officer points his weapon at me ? NO.), they have ticket and arrest quotas. Would you LIKE TO KNOW MOAR???

          • Gerald

            Hollow points are legal in police actions. Why do you think the gov has ordered billions of rounds for use in police actions? As well as the S.S. Administration. IRS, HLS and several more. Then there’s the armored assault vehicles to the tune of 3000 plus for use against the people when they come for you. Look forward to hearing about them being driven through homes of people holed up defending their rights in the future. This info is years old BTW and has been the driving force behind every gun grab attempted in the last 50 years. Why do you think the NRA, a government backed organization long ago, has been fighting so long to keep this from happening?? Anything domestic is not covered by NATO rules on ammo. Hollow points are known for their killing power. That’s why the gov ordered them. Quick killing.

        • Duzy Chlopak

          Mike’s right, unfortunately and outrageously. Google FAQS REGARDING P.A. 13-3

          As Amended by P.A. 13-220 and read question and answer for number five.

          “5. Q: Who may purchase Assault Weapons and/or Large Capacity Magazines after the effective date of the Act?

          (2): A sworn and duly certified member of an organized police department…”

    • Patriot

      Police are not exempt from any law Mikesmith2141

      • MikeSmith2141

        Lol. Police are clearly exempt from a number of laws. Police can use cell phones while driving, police don’t have to wear seat belts. and police are exempt from CT’s new gun law. Do some reading.

  • Meeeee2

    Again I ask; What law enforcement individual will join in confiscation of firearms? He would have to leave his home and family unprotected in a state that has 300,000 new angry felons.

  • TheWholeTruth

    Is this satire? Others have been saying it is. I’m trying to verify if this is real of wishful thinking.

  • Jungle Jim Miller

    “Call the Cops”

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    At the bottom of this website
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  • Ricky Michael

    Hahaha, this has the same kind of irony as the Gun round up in Washington where people were showing up to give the police their guns on one side of the parking lot while on the other, people were paying money for the guns. Guess how many “free” guns the police got!!! Hahahaha.

  • midwestconservative

    Satire or not… I freinds in LE in Indian… They have told me “when the order to confiscate fire arms comes.. I’m going home to protect my family” The vast majority of LE know such an order will start war in the streets.

  • cswanback

    WOW…So apparently there are a lot of Police officers who not only think they are above the law they are flaunting it…. doesn’t say much for the integrity of our police officers. What an opportunity to clean house and lower budgets.

    • William Robert Guerra

      idiot

    • Jeremy Perdue

      Liberal much? You’re a freaking idiot!

    • mike hunt

      Can’t get more ignorant than the above statement. WOW

    • Harry Knutz

      You’re right.

    • Joe

      I would say they have more integrity than the goverment dip shits that enacted this unconstitutional law. Stupidest statement that I’ve ever heard.

    • Guest

      No, they are PROTECTING the Law. The 2nd Amendment IS THE LAW. Any state laws made that contradicts the Constitution are NULL AND VOID, and these police are protecting all of our Constitutional rights by standing up to this tyranny. Grow a pair, assclown.

    • me

      I don’t agree. There are a lot of LEO’s that know this “law” ti be unconstitutional. I stand by those officers who refuse to register their weapons, as long as those same officers don’t try taking mine away.

    • Charles Vise

      It’s a fake story, assclown.

    • Bobby

      Mr cswanback is a segment of our population that is the true threat. His kind of people should be drug out of their homes to be tarred and feathered for all to see. And if they still want to spew their retarded opinion throw them in a nice cell buck naked with Bubba the butt molester. Bet after that they would become conservative gun owners themselves.

    • Gerald

      Your no patriot, they have intelect.

      • Patriot

        Does that make two of us then?

  • Charles Kahaealohaulaokalani B

    Don’t count out the calling up of National Guard troops to either attempt to confiscate the firearms, and/or take the place of LEO’s fired because of non-compliance. Far fetched? Not really. An Idaho law maker is floating the idea for legislation that would allow the use of the National Guard for regular law enforcement purposes. ever happen because it’s unconstitutional and therefore illegal? Yeah, well so is this CT registration law.

    • Charles Vise

      Back in 1979 or 1980, the New Orleans Police went on strike – right before Mardi Gras! The National Guard was called out (I was in the Guard at that time) and had to act as police during Mardi Gras. It was the least trouble Mardi Gras we’ve ever had – I guess the drunks were scared of a bunch of guys with M16’s. It was all for show – they never issued us any bullets. HAHA!

  • Melvin P. Arbuckle

    Why are all mass shooters always lefties?

    • KeepStronginFaith&BearYourARMS

      Lefties are natural born liars (you need to be a good liar so others don’t know who you really are), check left handedness of politicians surprisingly high number are left handed for the total percentage of left handers in America.

  • PeeWee316

    I don’t live in Connecticut, thank God. How ever even if I did, I wouldn’t register any of my firearms. I wouldn’t be that dumb, & make it that easy for our so called fearless DICTATOR President Obama, to send his forces out to take my guns, & my rights away from me. We all know he’s a chicken shit, who doesn’t have the balls to come & try himself, to take what is ours. Instead he’ll send cops, feds, or the US Military, which really sucks for us all. there will be some people who gets hurt, or even worse they will lose there lives over this. I’m a true blue born, & raised redneck country boy, my guns & me are 1. I will never give them up willingly, nor will I register them. I advise all who read this to do the same, this is suppost to be the home of the brave, the land of the free, USA not a dictatorship.

    • Mike Evelo

      I’m with peewee316 they can try but it will start a internal war!!!!where I’m sorry to say but the military has no chance in!

      • Peewee316

        Mike, just imagine how many crazy, redneck, black, Hispanic , u name it. We’re all here, together, & when we’re all getting our 2nd amendment rights taken from us. The government will come to see when push comes to shove. We all will put aside our differences, & come together to be united. We will be way more then what the government can handle, or even expected….

        • Mike Evelo

          Yep its a good but bad situation

    • PeeWee316

      I put nothin by our lying, non trust worthy legislation, slash cum swallowing, president Obama………

  • Firemanjim

    They already are having meetings to exempt law enforcement from registration.

  • rrr

    Hey guys read the disclaimer in the fine print,says this is satire and not real. So these assholes think this is humorous? There are lives literally on the line cops and citizens and these subhumans think its funny this is dead serious business and our country is on the line too. I hope there is a special place in hell for this kind bs

    • minute-man

      no rrr, they don’t think it is funny. they are EMPHASIZING
      the complete insanity of it all for those that ”just don’t get it”.

      And judging by the ‘numbers’ apparently not many “Americans” DO get it.

      Instead they have been paying more attention to Ellen Degenerate and :

      ” Sunday night’s Oscars telecast drew an average 43 million total viewers,
      according to preliminary numbers, making it the most-watched
      entertainment telecast since the May 2004 finale of “Friends.”

      source: thewrap DOT com

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    OUR LATEST 12% FACTUAL HEADLINES

  • Selene716

    I have a hard time believing the credibility of this article because the grammar is atrocious. Did anyone edit this?

  • hook

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  • Todd Little

    A dry run? Set up by Muslims to see the reaction?

  • Patriot

    By the responses I would say most are reciting a portion of the 2nd without actually knowing the full extent of it nor how it came about. I would even bet you probably believe that version of the second has been tested before the courts. You probably believe you have constitutional rights in the lower courts and that all lawyers study constitutional law in order to get their degree?

    • Matthew Peek

      Yes, as a matter of fact ALL lawyers do study constitutional law to get our degrees.

      • Patriot

        Constitutional lawyers require a special focus and additional year of schooling.

        • Heather Estes

          See, above. You are incorrect.

    • Marc Stinebaugh

      This doesn’t even deserve a direct response. SMH Don’t take the bait, people. You probably have better ways to spend your time.

    • Heather Estes

      The limits of the second amendment have been tested in several cases. You should look them up. They are decent reading. I’m a lawyer, also, and we do all study con law in law school. It’s also on the bar exam. Just FYI.

      • Patriot

        Heather do you then have a constitutional law degree or is it an overview of laws. Do lower courts hear constitutional cases or are those removed to higher court that recognizes those rights?

        Second, The response further up does address most of the cases heard to date around the second but to see the second in its entirety has been heard is simply not fact. As a lawyer you know that the Supreme courts do not review anything not claimed in the lower courts. So if someone says they have the right to bear a machine gun verse all guns the supreme court will only rule on the machine gun….

        • Heather Estes

          To receive a juris doctorate, one is required to take classes in many areas, and constitutional law is most certainly required. There is no specialized juris doctorate degree. One can study in a more specialized area in an L.LM. program. Lower courts most certainly do rule on constitutional issues. For example, my practice is criminal law, and unlawful search and seizure, due process, etc are addressed week in and week out in court. Lawyers with different practices may address equal protection, for example, in the sorts of cases they handle. You don’t have to have an L.L.M to be a “constitutional lawyer” and most states don’t even allow lawyers to state a specialty in that manner.

  • Lorraine

    Love it, love it!!!!

  • Go fuck yourself lt. vance

    All the cops are now felons. Felons can’t be cops. Felons can’t have guns. Cops can’t be cops with out guns.

    Stupid dick heads.

  • http://intaligo.com/ InRussetShadows

    Always heartening to see people heaping gas on a fire because they find it humorous. So, do you guys take your lessons in civics from Nero?

  • Patriot

    Legally, only part of the bill of rights may be about the people. It is noted by the supreme court that Privilege or Immunity Clauses refer to “citizens” whereas the Due Process Clause refers more broadly to any “person”. There is much question on why the founding fathers who took such great lengths to word thing had intended the BOR to be for all Americans or those of a special class drafting the bills. Even the 2nd, as you know, was written to protect the rights of the militia and had more than 20 re-writes before it was even voted on the first time.

    The USSR used Hitlers possible corpse to distract the world while building a wall around what would become East Germany and this seems to be much the same. Every time a contingency of Americans call for greater gun safety a smaller contingency of gun enthusiast scream, “They are trying to take your guns”. Following these battle cries the NRA and a slew of politicians stand in line to fill their financial war chests, gun and ammo sales spike and people are up in arms (pun intended) pitted American against America. At the same time this has happens, representatives use it to grow funding of the Militarily, but not for the soldiers but rather the companies of the lobbyist who fund their campaigns and livelihood. They have used the money to write out Thomas Jefferson from the history books; his religious views did not match, create PAC groups to funnel greater power and wealth away from the people and to special interest groups, distract the people from issues around human rights, war efforts that cost American lives but fund their private corporations, attacked social security and diligently sought legislation that has actually stripped Americans of their country.

    We know the the 2nd was based around a Militia. We know it was added to allow states the right to protect themselves with their citizens. However, we don’t know if it crossed the founding fathers minds that someday it would be possible to own a Gatling gun that fits into your pocket; let alone a Gatling gun. In fact chances are pretty good they did not think of weapon technology past that of the flint lock of that time. They had cannons so was that something they thought to be covered? Although, it is not something that could be “bared”? So does that mean that weapons of such destruction need not be included/excluded since they are so heavy they can’t be carried around? As such the battle rages on between originalist and strict constructionist

    The ratification of the second was originally sought to give clarification as to the rights of a person to hunt on their own property. Instead however, the Constitutional delegates altered the language of the Second Amendment several times to emphasize the military context of the amendment and the role of the militia as a force to defend national sovereignty, curb uprisings, and protect against tyranny.

    George Mason argued the importance of the militia and right to bear arms by reminding the delegates of England’s efforts “to disarm the people; that it was the best and most effectual way to enslave them . . . by totally disusing and neglecting the militia.” He also clarified that under prevailing practice the militia included all people, rich and poor. “Who are the militia? They consist now of the whole people, except a few public officers.” Because all were members of the militia, all enjoyed the right to individually bear arms to serve therein. However, since the organization of a formal army would make this a mute point extending that right to only those actively serving. However, I don’t buy this since that would remove the power of the states to stand up against the government.

    In the original bill of right Madison proposed, “The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed; a well armed and well regulated militia being the best security of a free country but no person religiously scrupulous of bearing arms shall be compelled to render military service in person”. This brought about great controversy focused all around the religious exception. and was read in as, “A well regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, being the best security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed; but no person religiously scrupulous shall be compelled to bear arms”. That became, “A well regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, being the best security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed; but no one religiously scrupulous of bearing arms shall be compelled to render military service in person” and that lead to, “A well regulated militia, being the best security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed”. As you can see all of the first drafts dealt with state power and religious rights. The senate later sought to have the words, “for common defense” inserted into the passage but was defeated on grounds that it could force the militia to choose sides and as such removing the very right they sought to protect; the right to form a militia and bear arms to protect the interest of the state and country. It finally passed the senate as, “A well regulated militia being the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed” but much like today, the house quietly amendment in by adding , “being necessary to” to the passage.

    Several Supreme court justices have said, “The Amendment’s text does justify a different limitation: the “right to keep and bear arms” protects only a right to possess and use firearms in connection with service in a state-organized militia. Had the Framers wished to expand the meaning of the phrase “bear arms” to encompass civilian possession and use, they could have done so by the addition of phrases such as “for the defense of themselves”. In fact, if you apply the grammatical structure of the time of writing, and not that of modern day, to the 2nd is has everything to do with being part of the militia and not ones rights as an individual separate of state. But who knows, maybe these guys already used 20th century grammar?!?

    While there are no supreme court cases trying the absolute right to bear arms the supreme court has written, “The Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that arm for traditionally lawful purposes, such as self-defense within the home”. There are two point here that the Supreme court has further ruled: 1) Like most rights, the Second Amendment right is not unlimited. It is not a right to keep and carry any weapon whatsoever in any manner whatsoever and for whatever purpose 2) States have the right to regulate those rights.

    As such, the sorts of weapons protected are those “in common use at the time” finds support in the historical tradition of prohibiting the carrying of dangerous and unusual weapons. To add to the issue, ammunition is NOT covered under the second amendment making the discussion partially mute. Additionally, given the governments fire power owning anything less that fighter jet makes the entire right to carry to defend the state and people from the government a mute point.

    To date lower courts have held, the firearms registration procedures; the prohibition on assault weapons; and the prohibition on large capacity ammunition feeding devices were found to not violate the Second Amendment…this has never been challenged in the Supreme Court and begs to ask the question, “What then is the NRA actually doing with all the money (Nearing a trillion Dollars) they have been collecting over the 2nd Amendment rights”?

    AND YES, The article is fake so someone is having a laugh at our expense:)

    • mech99

      Sir you are wrong on the founding fathers intent with the 2nd
      amendment. Some grad students dug up personal notes that were made by those
      fine gentlemen at the time that they wrote it. There intent was to always allow American citizens to own
      guns because as with all governments they believed we would one day have to use
      them on are own government just as they had to. It’s just that simple!

      • Marc Stinebaugh

        There’s always that guy who likes to bash the 2nd Amendment and claim that it wasn’t created for the reason everyone has always known that it was created for. Ha ha, so sad and ridiculous, isn’t it?

        • Patriot

          Or those so easily persuaded by emotion and half facts. That is not uncommon throughout history, hitler did it to the Germans, In the US the KKK did the same when distorting the bible….

          • Abagail Spencer

            And Obama has been doing it for 5 years

          • Patriot

            Abagail, you are falling for it… When you put party before country you do their bidding.

      • Patriot

        Sorry, I was not aware of that. I had to use those notes preserved in the national archives. Do you know where they are archived?

        • Kivaari

          There are many sources for the words of the founding fathers. Gun ownership was a serious issue. The entire Bill of Rights was added so there would be no mistake about what the constitution protected. Modern Americans are too willing to give away rights. Way too many want to deny natural rights, as they place themselves out of reach.

    • Siobhan_McCallen

      You have a couple of points correct. It is indeed based on the militia. But not the militia you think it means. It isn’t the SELECT militia, which is what the National Guard became. It refers to the general militia, which at the time was every able-bodied man in the country. They didn’t include women because they considered women too genteel for such things – they protected their women from emotionally fraught things like shooting other people. But nowadays, our women are just as able-bodied as the men, and some of the best shooters I’ve known are setters instead of pointers, myself included. Every person in the country is the “militia” the Second Amendment referred to. The People.

      You were also correct that they had a lot of drafts before they settled on the version they ratified. That means that any argument about bad punctuation, or the comma being a “pause”, or any other claptrap is just that. Pointless yammering. The Second Amendment was ratified in its current form because they felt that they had it RIGHT.

      The types of weapons are irrelevant. The Framers were among our best and brightest — most of them had INVENTIONS to their names. And the first Gatling-style automatic gun was invented BEFORE the Revolutionary War — the Puckle Gun. It wasn’t in production, but the prototypes existed and it worked. So there was every chance that they knew such things were possible. Franklin was an inventor, and knew that you could take a current invention and improve it as your tools and materials improved, hence the bifocal spectacles he created. There was a constant, steady, multiple-century progression of big, clunky cannons, harquebuses, matchlocks, and smoothbore muskets that over the years had become smaller, lighter, more efficient, faster loading, and further shooting. They knew the invention of rifling, and could see an example of a 15th-century Orgelgeschütz into the 18th-century Puckle Gun. They were intelligent, educated men, and could extrapolate just fine. They knew their history, of battles such as the siege of Vienna, and how differences in weapon technology could turn the tides of war, such as Thermopylae, Hastings, Agincourt…they knew that weaponry evolves.

      Ammunition IS covered, because the Second Amendment doesn’t say “guns”, it says “ARMS”. Ammunition is essential to the operation of “arms”. You can’t have a working cannon without powder and shot. You can’t have a functioning bow without arrows. You can’t have a functioning sword without a blade. A sword without a blade is a kubaton at worst and a pair of brass knuckles at best. A gun without ammunition is not a weapon, it’s a paperweight. It’s not even a very good club. So it ceases to be “arms” if it cannot be used. (And the word is “moot”, not “mute”.)

      The NRA has been fighting a hundred little battles in lower courts all over the country. When it gets to SCOTUS, they fight it there. The money goes to lawyers, who are the most expensive tools in the country. Mobs of them. It’s expensive to challenge a law in court. I know. I’ve helped write several amicus briefs, including a couple that went to SCOTUS, including DC v. Heller. It’s painfully expensive.

      Of course the courts have held those things in recent years. The courts and Congress have fought the right to keep and bear arms tooth and nail, and have pressed every advantage they’ve ever had. That’s how the infringing laws made it on the books in the first place — by stacking the courts with statist toadies that would find in their favor, many of whom were greased into their appointments or stuffed into their elections by Democrat “machines”.

      • sallye

        The term is “moot point,” not “mute point.”

        • Siobhan_McCallen

          Yes, I said that.

      • Patriot

        Thank you for the spelling correction. Two of the signers were relatives so i am well aware of the intellect of my ancestors. If the NRA really wanted to put it to bed they could take the entire thing to court once. If Washington really wanted it before the Supreme court one party would allow it just to see the other crushed. I am not in favor of either party. I strongly feel that any party that asks me to put party before country is not about the country and aligning with the party just makes me anti-American. Letting a party divide the country over the 2nd is equally as bad. I do see a different second than those in favor of unregulated control.

        There is a danger in only reading, watching or listening to people and shows that share your world view. When you separate emotion then it is easiest to find the answers. Much of what you say is very valid. It is a glass half-full vs half empty, a half dozen of one vs six of a kind…

        For the supreme court is is balancing the language, punctuation, emotion of the time and all of the notes leading to the final verbiage with the question of, “What would they have done differently if anything ha they lived in this world and time”? That is something that has only been partially answered. In the end, the 2nd is important, but is nothing if we let a bunch of politicians play on our emotions using it to divide the country or to put it second to some other party or group.

      • dalepline

        That was a lot of words ^. You never addressed specifically which constitutional right is being violated by requiring people to register their weapons, though. Maybe you could do that?

        • Kivaari

          It is an unreasonable intrusion into private affairs. So the 4Th and 5Th amendments are violated. “They” have no need to know what an honest citizen owns. Registration leads to confiscation. CT and NY created hundreds of thousands of felons for no valid reason.

        • Siobhan_McCallen

          14th Amendment, section one, in part: “No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

          Registries lead to confiscation. That is a denial of property without due process of law — that means, a trial in court. Anything else is an infringement of a constitutional right. And infringement is exactly what the SECOND amendment says they CAN’T do.

          • NHPatriot1776

            You are my hero!

    • batmanroxus

      At the time the constitution was written private citizens owned battle ships.

      • Fed Up

        …and cannons

      • Kivaari

        Until 1935 you could own anything you wanted without the added cost of Federal Excise Taxes. Then and now a machinegun or short shotgun cost $200 to register. No registration or taxation should be required to own any gun. It now takes ~11 months to register a short barreled rifle or shotgun. A M4 carbine with a 14.5 inch barrel costs an added $200 and an 11 month wait. Whereas a M4 carbine with a 16 inch barrel can be bought in 10 minutes. A simple 1.5 inch of barrel length cost $200, why does that make sense?

  • rci808

    Not far from fiction.

  • Hoosier100

    just goes to show how freaking stupid politicians are just like biden and bummer wanting to train cattle crossing guards. how dumb is that.

  • rphunter

    Good to see that Those cops can read, and have read the constitution, and bill of rights, that they swore to uphold.

    • Halli620

      The registration isn’t the problem, is the dolt headed way they tried to run it. You can’t start a new rule and have no leeway for mail not posmarked by a certain date or other problems without at least having a grace period, and a fine at first rather than confiscation. That’s the idiotic part. I am very much for gun ownership but also VERY much for registration. The constitution specifies a well regulated militia. Unregistered is unregulated. There is nothing in the constitution against registering. That does not infringe.

      • NHPatriot1776

        Hey I can copy and paste too a-hole.

        You are an idiot. Well Regulated in that time period meant well equipped and in proper working order you moron, it had nothing to do with registration or making rules about ownership. If you don’t believe me go research. If you believe in registration you are a tyrant and my enemy.

      • rphunter

        The meaning of the word ‘regulated’ has changed from what it was when the bill of rights was written. Then it meant trained and practiced, and referred to the men, NOT their weapons. Registration is the first step toward confiscation, and confiscation almost always follows, history has shown.

  • http://www.youtube.com/andymacprogamer Andrew

    You all know a war is going to break out they want is to turn on each other for nuclear war that’s all this is.

  • GR Arnold

    Now aint this just a crying damn shame … ROFLMAO … :-)

  • batmanroxus

    Oh this is rich:) Fortunately the lunatic control freaks are still in the minority:)

    • Johnrambo1

      Tell that to the law abiding citizens of Connecticut who the democrats just turned into felons with the stroke of a pen…

      • batmanroxus

        NEVER EVER elect control freaks. It should be the first litmus test:)

  • DisgustedAmerican

    You can’t fire a police officer for following his constitutional rights. He was given those rights through the blood sweat and tears of his family over decades of war and rebelling against radical tyrants. Things were fine before everyone’s feelings got in the way. Why are we letting people into OUR country, then we will change our laws to make them comfortable in our America. This is why our “system” is failing. There are some things that need to be left alone. The Constitution is one of them. God, Guns, & Hope that we could come to America to rebel from the ridiculous taxes and regulations is what this country was built on. Don’t let your lack of knowledge be the demise of this country like we used to know it.

    • Kivaari

      No one was given rights by the constitution. We have those rights, thanks to God. The constitution stops the government from unreasonably taking away those natural rights. It is why Obama hates the constitution. He calls them “negative rights” that stop him from doing what he thinks is best for us. He is perhaps the dumbest “constitutional law professor” in the nation.

      • Sovereignlee

        Kivaari you are making more sense than anyone on here. God bless you. You are a straight thinker

    • dalepline

      Maybe you can explain exactly which constitutional right is being violated by being required to register your weapons? Use small words.

      • Fed Up

        …shall not be infringed.

      • Johnrambo1

        The second amendment?

        • dalepline

          I am familiar with the Second Amendment and I do not see anything there, expressed or implied, that says anything about protection from registering your weapons. You ‘register’ your car, your marriage, your kids, your house, your bank account, your email. You go along with registration of nearly every aspect of your life; in some places you have to register your dogs and bicycles. So what’s the problem with registering your gun; you trying to keep it a secret? Hell…you even had to register to place comments on this page. Nobody’s violating your rights you big baby.

      • Kivaari

        Registration always leads to confiscation. Look at CT. They had little voluntary compliance. Knowing that many guns are out there, they wanted to go get them from the newly created felons. No gun registration should ever be required. The government has no need to know what you or I own. They need to just expect everyone to be armed, as it is a natural right.

        • Halli620

          The registration isn’t the problem, is the dolt headed way they try to run it. You can’t start a new rule and have no leeway for mail not posmarkes by a certain date or other problems without at least having a grace period, and a fine at first rather than confiscation. That’s the idiotic part. I am very much for gun ownership but also VERY much for registration. The constitution specifies a well regulated militia. Unregistered is unregulated. There is nothing in the constitution against registering. That does not infringe.

          • D-Rail

            Registration is equivalent to granting or sharing ownership of YOUR
            belongings with someone else- namely, the government, who ONLY keeps
            these stupid databases of gun owners for ONE REASON: So they know where
            the guns are when they feel it’s time to fully sell us all out, &
            take them- SO WE CAN’T SHOOT BACK AT THE COWARDS. Still for
            registration? i’d like to know what it actually does to make owning a
            gun any better at all. It’s a paper trail to your front door.

          • NHPatriot1776

            You are an idiot. Well Regulated in that time period meant well equipped and in proper working order you moron, it had nothing to do with registration or making rules about ownership. If you don’t believe me go research. If you believe in registration you are a tyrant and my enemy.

          • Kivaari

            Registration leads to confiscation. Look at this law. It outlaws existing property. It denies future purchases. It serves no purpose beyond harassment of citizens. No government agency should be allowed to know who has what. What government should do is punish those that violate laws. Use a gun to harm another or to rob a person is a crime. Owning a gun should not be, unless the person is in a prohibited class (convicted of a crime against others, addicted to unlawful drugs or mentally ill). Why does the government need to know what I own? What good does it do? Will the bad people that have guns, register their guns? Will drug dealers now add a bonus to each kg of drugs, by taping a pistol and a box of shells to the package? We can’t stop drug traffickers

      • BB

        …inalienable.

      • batmanroxus

        “SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED”. We do not have to register, buy, rent or obtain any permission or permit to enjoy our God given rights. infringe verb abuse a privilege, abuse one’s rights, advance stealthily, aggress, arrogate, breach, break, break bounds, break in upon, break into, commit a breach, impinge, impose, infract, interfere, interlope, invade, meddle, overstep, seize wronggully, take liberties, transgress, trespass, use wrongfully, usurp, violare, violate, violate a contract, violate a law, violate a privilege, violate a regulation

        • Halli620

          For a WELL Regulated militia. I am very much for gun ownership rights and also very much for registration.

          • D-Rail

            Registration is equivalent to granting or sharing ownership of YOUR belongings with someone else- namely, the government, who ONLY keeps these stupid databases of gun owners for ONE REASON: So they know where the guns are when they feel it’s time to fully sell us all out, & take them- SO WE CAN’T SHOOT BACK AT THE COWARDS. Still for registration? i’d like to know what it actually does to make owning a gun any better at all. It’s a paper trail to your front door.

          • me

            Halli, what is your interpretation of “well regulated”?

          • Kivaari

            Halli, The government that requires registration of guns is not your friend. Gun registration is just one step towards taking of rights. All anti-gun law makers need to be replaced with people that believe in our individual, God given, rights.
            NO government should be allowed to know what guns you own, or limit your access to magazines, ammo, or how many guns you can own.

        • me

          You are the man batmanroxus….

          • batmanroxus

            :)

        • Robert Maher

          The right to bear arms was meant by the Founders to mean that all could join the militia. To bear arms in the same sense that when one joins the Army, that one bears arms for one’s country. Article I Section 8 empowers the legislature “To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining, the Militia”. The rough drafts of the 2nd Amendment include language to the effect that conscientious objectors could not be compelled to join the milita, further indicating the collective nature of this right. A right that came with quite a bit of responsibility, to wit: there was to be no standing army. Exercising your 2nd amendment rights put you on the front line, and subjected you to military discipline. That is the history of the right, and the intent of the Founders.
          The Heller case turned history in its head, and it is the new law of the land. But don’t pretend it isn’t radically different from the preceeding two centuries of tradition and law.

          • batmanroxus

            We are all on the front lines all the time. We are all tasked with keeping the monster that is government, caged. “We the People” have the power and that extends to everything and anything.

      • Johnny

        The 2nd amendment is clearly written and is 2nd to free speech for a reason.

      • William Nelson

        Althought not specially addressed in the Constitution, the fundamental right to privacy is created by several of the amendments. You might begin your research with Amendment 4, then 5, then 9, then 13, then 14, and much of these draw their basis from the 2nd and the idea that they shall not be infringed.

  • Fought for this country

    All of you ae reactionary, paranoid, racists pieces of shit. When all of you die he rest of America will be a much better place. Go hang yourself crazies.

    • Johnrambo1

      Are you talking about the “liberals” that run the state?

    • docreid

      It that the best ya got man?? That’s sooooo weak…..

  • Marc Sierra

    You sure can’t cure STUPID. You can only mange it. SUCK on that you useless oxygen thieves. Did you really think this was going to end up as you dreamed it up in your peanut liberal brains? IDIOTS.

    • Cajun69

      Ma some people would just pull the trigger on them selfs lol what fools to think the REAL AMERICANS would just GIVE UP OH OK you can Have them hahah what a bunch of Idiot fools! You think we would all be free if Americans did not have guns to fight the civil war to fight the Nazi’s to fight for our freedom!! We are Americans and Real good Americans don’t threaten don’t bluff we stand and if we need to we Fight!!! I don’t know ONE REAL man that would give up The Only thing that can protect his Home and Family NOT 1 would just say OK Criminals come get my Protection from YOU then it will be easy for you to come Rob Rape and Pillage WAKE UP!!!

    • Bug Spray

      Read it 8 times …. still smiling and nodding my head “Yes”.

  • Fought for this country

    No I’m talking about you redneck, climate change denying, guns don’t kill people, my property and “right” to have a gun outweighs children’s right to live, don’t understand economics, the bible and Christianity are right white bred racist mother fuckers who are holding progress in this country back

    • kirkdickinson

      Angry much?

    • http://www.deadlywind.com/ Paintball Barrel

      you callin me white?

    • rci808

      Relax.

    • Bug Spray

      Damn PeeWee, maybe you need some time in a theater …… alone.

    • oef x2

      Racist much? You’re one of the problems of this country

    • docreid

      For God’s sake man….get back on your meds….You must be in some other country because no self respecting US combat vet…such as myself…would EVER say stupid shit like you just did…..So, why don’t you just go back down in your moms basement and play nice nice with all you little internet commando buddies ok….By the way, did your mother have any children that lived??? I didn’t think so

    • listen up dumbass!

      It’s racist idiots like you that made this country the way it is today. My children are safer because I have guns and when they are old enough they will too!

  • Montanalon

    I gotta say the comments here are pretty funny especially considering the fact that the story is 12% true. First of all there is no list of guns to go scoop up. The people of CT are resisting the making of that list by not registering what was asked to be registered. Since there is no list they cannot also know that 68% of cops are on said list. They may know that 32% of cops did however register an “assault weapon or magazine” that in no way means 62% did not register their firearms. I would love to see a list detailing which police officers did register their firearms. My guess would be that there are damn few who did, just as there are damn few CT Citizens who did.

    While there may be a percentage of cops who would march out and take guns there are likely also a percentage who would not. My guess is that as the body count of those showing up to take firearms grew it would be harder and harder to convince cops that doing so was in their best interests.

    The cops have a choice to make, follow an unconstitutional law and become a part of the problem or refuse and accept the consequences of that. Be alive or be dead is a pretty easy decision for most.

    My hope is that the cops do go out to take guns and put the criminals who passed this law in front of them. At least that way when the shooting starts both sides will be firing on the people who deserve to be shot. When the shooting is over cops and gun owners could go have a beer and think about how easy it is to get rid of criminal politicians.

    • kirkdickinson

      The state of CT has probably been saving the background checks for years even though they weren’t supposed to. That list against the list of people that actually registered under the new law would give them a starting point to enforce the new unconstitutional law. Would not be surprised if 68% of the people on that list are LEO. Many of them do not feel they have to obey even the simplest of laws they enforce on the rest of us, why not the firearm registration also.

      • factsb4bs

        They have a list of all transactions going back some time. They can’t prove that you never sold the firearm to someone for cash.

    • Sheila NoApology Scroggins

      The real kicker is the website is SATIRE. Click on the “about us” tab at the top.

  • Jay

    Hmmmm ….. Answer me this …If the guns weren’t registered , how did they know who had them?

    • Kivaari

      By demanding the information from the licensed dealers in the state. Dealers have to keep log books and 4473 forms. The state can demand access to a dealers records, and use the threat of taking away the license, if the dealer refuses. It is an unreasonable search. A blanket search without a warrant.

      • Steve

        Dealers in CT usually send a copy of the receipt/transaction to the Dept if Safety.

    • James Stephens

      Because this site is SATIRE

  • spraynandprayn

    Hey “fought for this county” (not very beliveable) you don’t have to wait for this county to reflect your values, there’s a place already like that, the peoples republic of north Korea, no guns, no religion, government controlled everything and they kill people who don’t think like you

    • Scouse

      Scouse.
      N Korea, they do not have to kill any one.
      They are dead on the street, starved to death.
      And they have Nuks?

  • Michael

    Can we get some sourcing and footnoting on this story? I want to share it, but can’t until I see where the background on this coming from.

    • Sheila NoApology Scroggins

      Just click on the “about us” tab at the top of the page. It’s satire, this website.

  • patriot1742

    Throw out the governor and the lawmakers – these people need to be given a long recess.

  • Freedom

    With this issue as heated and important to Constitutional rights….I find your sense of humor in very poor taste and disgusting…this shit is not a joke… Thanks

  • Factb4bs

    LEO we’re not mandated to register as well as soldiers. I’m calling bullshit on this entire article.

    • James Stephens

      It’s satire. The very top of the page is an obvious dead give away. Then look at the about us section

  • Bug Spray

    Guys, this is satire. It’s like the Onion…………….. sucks I know.

  • Actual combat vet

    Sounds like “fought for this country” should’ve died for this country

  • Kivaari

    If some of you think burying your guns so the government can’t take them, then the government has won. By denying you free access and use of your property, they have violated your rights. This set of laws needs to be repealed. No police state like CT or NY deserves to exist. You voters need to have a revolution at the ballot box this November. Vote against any politician that voted for these laws. Any person that votes to restrict your free access to your guns is an enemy of yours. Almost no person that supports gun control is ever going to do what is right in any field where lawmakers can put their dirty noses. I can judge the quality of a man by how he views guns.

    • Mitchy

      I’m glad to see my LEO brothers in the northeast are literally sticking to their guns. We LEO’s in Texas WILL NEVER take firearms from law abiding citizens no matter what some politicians claim is the new law. That goes for most of the law enforcement officers in the south. Let the politicians go door to door to confiscate firearms & see how that works. Legislating cowards!

      • ECDucy

        This is fantastic! I am a retired LEO & retired Fed. LEO in Ma. Thank GOD they are honoring their oaths. Maybe there is hope yet! Mitchy, up here in Ma. things are very bad. We have NY & Conn. attempting to confiscate- most of the smaller Depts. in NY, the Officers WILL NOT confiscate, now Conn. 68% probably will not; in Rhode Island & Ma. the legislatures are pushing confiscation also- hopefully our RI & Ma. LEOs will honor their oaths!!!

  • BDUB

    Dumb kid ratted out his family! Hehe.

  • Michele Scalpi

    How come at the bottom of this site it says the stories aren’t real? What kind of a loser makes up stories to post on the internet? SMH People have way too much time on their hands!

    • Rhonda Minadeo

      Because it’s satire. Just like the Onion, and Borrowitz.

      • Justin Smith

        Just because you do not agree with something does not mean it is satire.

        • Sheila NoApology Scroggins

          You made a big deal of commenting on every person’s post that tried to tell you it is satire. THAT is sad.

    • Justin Smith

      Please point out where exactly it states the stories are not real.

      • Al

        Scroll all the way to the bottom of this page.

      • Sheila NoApology Scroggins

        Click on the “ABOUT US” tab at the top of the page.

      • Michele

        Bottom of page right hand side states ”
        This site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire Fighting and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real and you should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact. More …”

  • moose

    I agree with Kivaari we have to vote these people that think like this out be it democrat are republican we don’t need them in our government are our country get rid of them this kind of dumbasses in November. Even the policemen want go along with this not just because they are gun owners but you can get your ass shot quick trying to take a law abiding citizens gun I would not want the job….

  • Rhonda Minadeo

    14,001 Fans
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    site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire Fighting
    and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real and you
    should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact. More ..

    • Justin Smith

      Just because you do not agree with something does not mean it is not real. Just as Barrack Hussein Obama is not the President of the United States “REAL” name. but everyone thinks it is.

      • Sheila NoApology Scroggins

        Justin, click on the “ABOUT US” tab at the top of the page. You will see it is SATIRE. The sad part about American is the dumbing down or is it the fluoride in the water?

  • Yankee Point

    Actually, the percentage number is right for non-compliant LEO’s.

  • rebel587149

    if they disarm the police who will defend people when they are in real trouble?

  • ECDucy

    WOW! That is fantastic, 68% of the L.E.O. didn’t register, they honored their oaths, & are refusing to confiscate WE THE PEOPLE’s weapons.

  • BuyAShotgun

    Politicians can go screw themselves. Glad these police are on our side. Or at least thinks these laws are a joke. Because it’s not law if it’s unconstitutional.

  • sylviasusan

    Connecticut might as well give it up, looks like most Americans and now the cops, are not willing to register or get rid of their guns. This is too funny, I see in my mind these politicians who think they have all the power, looking at each other in astonishment when they see Americans standing up for their rights and holding fast to their guns as a means to keep safe those rights. I think the politicians are probably a little afraid of Americans who refuse to give up their guns, knowing if they try and confiscate the guns they might start a civil war. I was wondering also could they bring in the military to take the guns? Yeah, l bet there would be massive refusals in the military also to taking away guns from patriots defending their second amendment rights, no this will go badly if any government authority tries to take guns away from the people.

    • Sheila NoApology Scroggins

      Even funnier is people believe this SATIRE website.

      • sylviasusan

        I realized my mistake when one of the commenters mentioned it. It’s at the bottom of the page for pity sakes, and as for you trying to belittle me about a mistake, what happens when you make mistakes?

        • Sheila NoApology Scroggins

          Same thing that happened to you. Someone points it out. And when they do, I reply to my OWN comment where I made my mistake to correct myself. It IS funny when people believe satire websites. I have a life, thanks. :-) Have you NEVER laughed at YOURSELF? I do it all the time! Try it sometime, it is refreshing! By the way, I don’t laugh when folks fall down. I ask are they okay first.

          • sylviasusan

            Looks like my mistake sorry, I thought you were being critical. As far as laughing at myself I find myself doing that when I bumble in public or even if I’m alone. You’re absolutely right laughter lightens the spirit and actually feels good when you laugh so hard you cry. Again sorry for another mistake, geez, oh well I’m smiling now!

          • Sheila NoApology Scroggins

            Not a problem sister in “life”. We all are human. We are all dealing with the hand dealt us as best we can. :-)

      • sylviasusan

        By the way get a life.

    • Vet

      Are you listening Barry?

  • me ohmy

    this sh*t gets better and better.. and these lawmaking morons are digging the graves for their own political careers

  • frisky901

    I think they should get list of those police officers willing to go door to door and then publish it.

  • haloperidal

    …the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. That means that unless there is a clear reason to prevent a person from having a gun (convicted felon, mental illness, etc.) and taking it anywhere you wish cannot be denied and permits and registration are not needed or legal. All registration does is give the government your name and contact information on a list so they can come seize your weapons.

  • Brandon Dennis

    If the whole point of a gun registration list is to find out who has guns, how do they know who didn’t register?

  • BlatentYak .

    There is not one credible or confirmable report of this.

  • Sheila NoApology Scroggins

    About Us

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  • Randy Hitt

    I call BULLCRAP!

    Connecticut withdrew it’s trial confiscation balloon because their focus groups told them they would all be shot if they went through with their dream plan.

    • Charles Hollier

      Bingo – The line has been drawn.

  • D

    for sake of argument lets say this story is real having a requirement to register guns is not going to solve anything when it comes to gun control or gun violence. its not about how many guns you have or anything like that it has to deal the types of guns that are out for people to buy. it has nothing to do with the clips or how many bullets can a gun a carry its the type of weapons that are available. my personal opinion is nothing out side of a rifle or a shotgun should be allowed to be sold anywhere. if you cant hunt with it then you don’t need it

    • TheDmc

      D….. you are just another sheeple. You dont NEED a 12 passenger SUV, or a 60″ television, or an olympic sized swimming pool, or probably about 80% of the other luxeries that we as Americans enjoy. Its not about NEED, nor is it about the type of weapon. Firearms are tools, plain and simple, what a given tool is used for is cotrolled by the person using it. Therefore the problem is stupid people, NOT the firearm.

    • B-Town

      The 2nd Amendment has absolutely nothing to do with hunting! It has everything to do with the right of the people to defend against tyranny both foreign and domestic. The people of this nation have spoken, and we will cling to our guns and religion.

    • patriot 86

      Go back to britian and live with your buddy pierce morgan why dont you Who the hell are you to decide what i can and cant own .Ive never been a threat to anyone in my life and i absolutely love the fun shooting a beautifully made handgun gives me .For your information you fricken moron they have many uses but youve been trained to believe they are only for killing like all the other sheep in this country.Complete freakin idiots like you should be fixed so you cant breed more stupid offspring .

  • Sheila NoApology Scroggins

    Some of the comments make it clear the fluoride in the water is working. Try clicking on the “about us” tab at the top of the page of ALL websites you read articles on and make sure they are not satire sites. I have made this mistake myself in the past because the person that shared it with me was a reliable source of info. We have to learn to VET our sources and their sources to get at the truth. We live in trying times and should be pulling together as AMERICANS, but voters defeat the purpose when they keep voting the same people back in office from ALL parties that contribute to the shredding of our Constitution. I love the patriotism, but I hate the tricks pulled on unsuspecting Americans with these satire articles that give FALSE HOPE. We still have to laugh about it or go insane.

  • Jeff Adams

    Yeah, who wrote this article? Someone actually posted a conversation between an intern and “multiple” people? They state “According to some sources” but then never actually name’s any sources? “An anonymous source”? All your sources seem to be anonymous! This isn’t journalism and I have to wonder if anything written in the article is actually true.

    • Erik Swagerty

      Actually, no news outlet is under any obligation to divulge their sources. That too is protected by the constitution.

    • Aaron Egnor

      If you want legitimate journalism stick to The Onion.

      • Jeff Adams

        That is true. At least the Onion is actually humorous.

  • Mike Elliott

    Really you don’t understand this is a joke site? You really think this is a real article ? Jeff read the site….

  • Leftbehind

    People in Ct are Brain Dead for letting the State pass such a Stupid Law .

    • John

      Not like it was our choice ya stupid fuck

      • Heather

        Seriously- like we wanted this. What an ignorant comment.

        • Holm Wrecker

          Of course you didn’t want it. But you ALLOWED it to happen. Evil thrives when good men do nothing.

          • patriot 86

            How did they allow it to happen you ass hat .They passed it under the radar because they knew the people would oppose it .Just like obumbler did with obumblercare.Wake the hell up.

      • Tim Smith

        Do you guys vote in this state? I hate Ct. anyways…

      • patriot 86

        Yeah left behind is a real head in the sand douchebag.

    • Peter Kuck

      What makes you think we have any control over a corrupt political Party that buys votes and steals elections with bags of ballots that just happened to be found in Bridgport and other locations?

  • tvirus82nd

    Hey leftbehind the people of ct had no choice their congressman made that choice for them thats why I moved from state 90 percent of the population with guns did not want this unconstitutional law.

  • Don O. Benson

    First rule of Connecticut Governance: Disengage brain before engaging mouth. Well done gentlemen…well done….

  • angelduzt

    Time to get a recall law instituted and get working on making them pay.

  • disqus_UqXPmqKctz

    Connecticut has such a wonderful history since its founding, and beauty galore – until the liberals moved in! Now the people of the state are bombarded with anti-Constitutional (so-called) laws like this one, even unto not being able to cut down a tree on your own property without govt. intervention, it is simply sad to see such a wonderful state deteriorate under Big Government control of all = Socialism. Socialism subverts its own people under control and high taxes pushing the Middle Class down into poverty…. so what is so freedom-minded about that? ‘Socialism’ is an oxyMORON! Liberals may have to look that word up…. and then look the mirror.

  • Philip Averill

    Did they honestly think those guys were robots?? Look at what happened in Colorado when all those sheriffs told the state government that they were not about to enforce the new laws passed. Get a clue folks, they believe in the constitution, not your “feel good” laws.

  • Dick Haid

    The police union should start a campaign to recall all the legislators who support gun control.

  • Aliel The Heretic

    Or maybe they should just repeal the damn law before blood runs in the streets!

    • Aaron Egnor

      I have yet to see any blood running in the streets but for the past 5 years I’ve been hearing a lot of people saying it’s coming. I think it’s all a bunch of cockswagger.

  • Madfoxx

    Proof that these draconian guns laws only effect the law abiding citizens not the criminals. It also proves how dumb liberals are when it come to gun control.

    • Libertarian Advocate

      I can assure you that “liberal” stupidity extends far beyond the realm of gun control.

  • Ronald Nadeau

    Here is a good example of the Idiots running the show!! I applaud the Fine officers standing to uphold the 2nd amendment ! Just incase Mine have been sent to Wyoming where they are safe !

  • Ronald Nadeau

    Besides that Remember the Bad Guys, under no circumstances will ever register there guns and if we (The law abiding Citizens) allow the state to have the ability to take our firearms then someday only the bad guys would have them leaving us defenseless !! I DON’T THINK SO !!!

  • ruralcounsel

    I wonder when it will occur to Connecticut lawmakers that they really overstepped and put their feet in it this time. Will they have the integrity to back up and rescind their unlawful legislation, or will they force it to violence? It would be good for American freedom to have them hunted down in the streets and have to flee the state.

    • john4637

      Will this force confrontation between law enforcement officers and state militia? CT. you have really opened Pandora’s box and put your shxt stirring stick in the pot!!!

  • freedom fighter

    Now that all the names and address of the law makers who passed this anti weapon law is posted everone know where to go if the shit hits the fan,see if they like a visit in return!

  • john4637

    One who violates the US Constitution is a criminal, the government prosecutes law enforcement officers for violating one’s civil rights. These CT official’s are violating an entire states civil rights by their blatant, criminal disregard of the citizens Rights guaranteed under the 2nd Amend. of the Bill of Rights. Hey people, you know where they all live, anyone have some feathers and tubs of tar?!?!

  • philgtx

    That’s not an AR 15 in the photo….it’s an M-4.

    • the guy behind the scope

      How can you tell? I cant see whether or not it says “auto” at the back of the selector switch. I didnt think there was any other way to tell from the outside except for the stamp, which is on the other side.

      • Aaron Egnor

        That doesn’t look like a 20″ barrel, which is what the AR15 has by default. The M4 has a 16″ barrel.

        • Justin Snipingshadow Harrison

          wrong.Mine has a 16″ barrel. They have two barrel lengths. Same thing with the ar 10

        • Micah

          You cant get an AR15 with a 16″ barrel?

  • John Joseph Hall

    well well well isnt this ironic! Not even officers who would enforce this law have complied with it. This is satire however…

  • rwb511

    Really, people?

    About Us

    Call the Cops

    This
    site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire Fighting
    and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real and you
    should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact. Heck we tend
    to leave in spelling and grammer errors just to prove we is not the
    professional media. No reference of an individual, company, or
    government entity seeks to inflict malice or emotional harm.

    Any statement made by authors on this page should not be considered the opinions of agencies they are employed by.

    • BoSSspy

      I was just trying to verify, thanks for simplifying it. The question I have is what’s the point of a site like this?

    • Ronald Nadeau

      Well if someone wants to remain anonymous It is there right ! to protect those who can target them !! Think about it ! As for me,, I dint care but some may be a Media target !

    • Karl

      Thanks for the clarification. It seems this article is going viral and most visitors today are not familiar with this website or its satirical nature.

  • Conrad Senior

    So if the state of Connecticut already knows who owns these guns, why do people need to file more paperwork on these guns?a few seconds ago

    • American

      do you really need to ask that question? its about self admission and confiscation..

  • Ctlawman

    I hate to tell the author of this but this is bogus … If you read CT PA13-3 as well as the associated PA13-220 it clearly states Leo’s can own and carry and purchase firearms that utilize magazines that hold more then 10 rounds as well as “assault rifles” and their associated standard capacity 30 round magazines. On page 3 Section 1 part d speaks to the ownership of magazines, the firearm section is a few pages further but reads the same.

    • American

      so what about the Officers wife, son, daughter, father? we all know how families work

    • the guy behind the scope

      Tyrants dont confiscate weapons from their storm troopers.

      • ozlanthos

        UH…. Then why were cops names on the list to begin with?

        -Oz

    • John Lin

      True however that doesn’t discount LEOs being on the list of unregistered owners. This isn’t beyond the usual scope of government blunders.

  • Peter O

    Well only the people can vote the people in or out of office. I could make a more stringent comment but I now live out west thank god where every law abiding citizen can and usually does own at least 2 guns.

    • ozlanthos

      I think the disconnect between this law, and the public’s response to it ought to tell you something about the legitimacy of our electoral process…

      -Oz

  • American

    those 68% should be arresting the legislatures that passed this bill for high crimes against the state and the country!

  • Mike

    Ummmm, again i ask the question, HOW does the legislature have a record of WHO owns these evil assault weapons in the first place!?!?

    Seems to me the ONLY way is if the ATF is keeping an unlawful record of firearms purchases compiled by the NICS!!!

    • W. Mathew Drumm

      Sadly FFL holders must keep the written copies of the BATFE form 4473, along with whatever paperwork the state they operate in requires on file for as long as they hold their license. The BATFE can come calling unannounced at any time their business operates and request to see said form.

    • BCrom

      When you buy a firearm from a dealer in CT, they call it in under your permit if you had one and then the paperwork you filled out went to the State Police. I just got a form that shows that they have all of my info from 2008 with rifle, I sent back a question asking why I needed to register it again if they already had it in the first place. Seems like a trap just like I suspected.

    • billt

      It’s called a 4473 Form.

  • Hoty

    I live in the Midwest; come and get ours ! LoL

  • Connie Alsip

    I live in the Mid West, too. Good luck with that. You’re both outgunned, and outsmarted. #ProtectOurRights #MolonLabe #DontTreadOnMe

    • Aaron Egnor

      #Connieistheironyprincess

  • Brian Sherlock

    Whahahaha

  • tayronachan

    LMAO!!!

  • RyanS

    You morons DO know this is a satire website right? This is a fake story based on real events, it never happened, it’s made up, it ISN’T. REAL. NEWS.

  • Terry Fidler

    Most cops do not want to violate their oaths, they are awake

  • Amit Kumar

    ” The powers that be”

    The only power they have is the gun of the enforcers that listen to them

  • Richard Pieczarka

    Read S.B. 1160 carefully. All law enforcement in Connecticut as well as those who legally work for law enforcement do not have to register.

    • Jeff Dwyer

      But when they retire the do

  • Jeff Dwyer

    The first “assault weapon ” Law in Ct didn’t get more than 15% compliance .

  • Debbie Hogan Tate

    You all realize that this site is satire, right? Scroll to the very bottom of the page!!

  • Jeff Dwyer

    Its all bullship anyway .. Why is a Mini 14 legal but a AR15 not ?

  • NAVSOG

    What does the Sheriff say because he represents the PEOPLE not the STATE and according to the U.S. Constitution he has the final say and can ARREST anyone trying to enforce an UNCONSTITUTIONAL law in his State. (ANYONE FEDS LAWMAKERS INCLUDED)

  • BajaDreamer

    Why does this not surprise me in the least?

  • glen smith

    Sounds like a bunch of good men and women in law enforcement, my hat is off to them.

  • Mike da Cop

    I hate to tell you, we were made exempt under the law. And told not to register our assault weapons regardless if it was used for work. We only have to register them 90 days after retiring or leaving our agency. And we can still buy magazines and AR’s too.

    • BretP

      What a bunch of horse shit. If the people enforcing don’t want it or have to follow it. It’s unjust.

    • raygsanders01

      Were the politicians made exempt also?

    • raygsanders01

      I just read that this site is satire. It is. Way down at the bottom of the page. BS

      • aliswell

        Ugh. Thanks for the heads up, Ray.

  • Pat OShea

    How about the politicians who passed this law go door to door and put themselves in harms way taking guns from formerly law abiding citizens! How many pols will show up?
    I wouldn`t hold my breath waiting for even one politician to show up! THEY are COWARDS!

  • grey matter

    All of these laws are completely and uderly useless. This hasen’t done a damn thing for violence and has driven jobs and people of of the state. These laws are ludicrous.

    • aliswell

      They’re not “laws,” as they go against the Supreme law of the land. No, these are edicts, or decrees. Utterly lawless and those issuing them make themselves criminals in doing so.

    • Matt H. Facespace

      and the gun literate population of CT understands this…but that doesnt stop people with ZERO education and experience with guns from explaining why you don’t need an AR-15.

    • marc bohemier

      Yup, those nice jobs are here in South Carolina now where we support our rights! Thanks for electing the idiots that run your state!

      • Mistakenmass

        your welcome! Whats the pay? 20 per hour verses 45! LOL!

        • raybbr

          Who get $45/hr? Only state pogues as far as I know.

          • Mistakenmass

            That’s the average pay of anyone who has a education in Washington State and most blue States it’s also over 50,000 for those that don’t

          • Mistakenmass

            Oh by the way that would be WOG if your Canadian.

          • raybbr

            Oh, you meant $45k a year? Don’t think WOG and pogue are the same thing.

          • Mistakenmass

            No the average here is over 50 again-the average for a Boeing worker here is in the high 80’s and thats when you add in the ones without a education and in tech it is around 90

          • Mistakenmass

            If your using it as a military term it does. My Dad fought for Canada in WWII but had a desk job here in the army you may of called him a pogue in the US. Slang has no meaning if you don’t use it correctly.

  • Moral_Hazard

    Video or get out. This sounds like Snopes bait. Besides, how would they know who’s complied or not? Where does this magical list of those who haven’t sent in their paperwork come from?

    • Guest

      you are an idiot – the names of the owners are logged into a ledger when they bought the damn gun..

      • Mistakenmass

        No they are not! You are free to own a buy a gun anywhere! If its listed its registered anyway! LOL!

      • Moral_Hazard

        Ooh, a ledger. I haven’t seen a real, honest to goodness ledger in like twenty years (maybe more). Have you seen this mysterious ledger?

  • http://DuaneSWhite.com/ Duane S White

    They’ll likely “solve” the problem by amending the law to exempt law enforcement personnel in order to get the police onboard.

    • pro gun

      Um LEO’s were already exempt at the time the law was passed.. Get your facts straight before you assume. Cops are AMERICANS too so it doesnt mean they will just go door to door like little liberal sheep and take your guns… most support your constitutional right to bear arms.

      • Mistakenmass

        Yes they would! LOL! Stop believing all this crap posted on line who has a list of unregistered gun owners???? LOL!

        • pro gun

          This site is straight b.s. but it is amazing to read the opinions of some ignorant people.. plain and simple CT passed a feel good gun law to make them feel like they contributed to making our society safer. In reality they made it more dangerous by limiting what law abiding AMERICANS have the ability to protect themselves with against the criminal element that breaks all laws…. The real issue of mental health was ignored… Hey i heard that a bunch of people were murdered by a nut job in china and all he used was a knife. If that happened here they would probably ban knives because they kill people too… lets face it if someone has the motivation to kill they will no matter what weapon they have. I rest my case.

      • Michael

        Actually LEO were not exempt from “assault weapons” or “high capacity magazines” for purposes of “personal” ownership. They were however able to utilize and maintain issued weapons that fell into the above mentioned categories. Remember, even though someone is a “law enforcement officer” does not mean they are except from legislative rules. Cops do not have the right to speed in their own personal time, they do not have the right to park in a fire lane, they do not have the right to disregard traffic laws. They still are required to follow the basic citizen laws as everyone else; except in the line of duty. You might want to reevaluate who is exempt and based on what law are they exempt.

        • Al

          Although they may not have the ‘right’, in practice they have the privilege of doing so. A quick read of the news will show you many examples of off-duty cops doing things that would be illegal for mundane citizens without being arrested or charged. Even when a cop does something so dreadful that his colleagues bring charges, he will often walk – look at the Kelly Thomas case – juries are, sensibly, afraid to bring in guilty verdicts, prosecutors are afraid to prosecute vigorously.

        • pro gun

          Again exempt for on duty or OFF DUTY use… does anyone read the laws b4 they post their comments. Traffic laws and parking in fire lanes are poor examples. Im not saying cops r above the law guy. What im saying is at least the jackass law makers were smart enough to allow cops to maintain fire power to protect those who cant protect themselves. Do u even knw how many OFF DUTY cops responded to sandy hook? Ya didnt think so…… off duty cops and swat guys swarmed sandy hook to help oh with what u ask….. ya thats right OFF DUTY FIREARMS. … so michael get ur facts straight. Take firepower away from police too. That makes sense…… they r never off duty no matter what community they serve. An oath to protect and serve above their own safety…. when ur in trouble who do u call???? The tooth fairy….go to state police website and do some research…. thats whats wrong with society. Ill prepared and uneducated statements and assumptions. I rest my case.

          • xmaddad1

            Pro Gun, a good book for you to read is ‘Dial 911 and Die’. Not a big book, but, it does list all the State and Federal Supreme Court cases that cite that ‘Law Enforcement Officers have NO duty to protect an individual Citizen unless the Police have a ‘Special Relationship” with the Citizen ‘ie, aProtective Custody’ situation. They are responsible to ‘Enforce the law overall’. Remember – When Seconds Count. Police are only Minutes Away.

  • Mistakenmass

    These made up story’s are great for conspiracy nuts-do you really believe there is a list of non registered gun owners??? LMAO! We so need better education in this country!!!

    • Dustin Tinsley

      Pay attention, As already stated CT has a list of all firearms purchased from FFLs. Now compare the list of weapons sold to the list of weapons registered and you now have a list of unregistered weapons and who bought them. Do the people who purchased the weapons still own them? Maybe not but it is that simple to put the list together and they have already done that. It has already been reported that letters were sent out to the gun owners when this law passed. Therefore anyone on that mailing list that did not register is not in compliance of the new unconstitutional law and on an unregistered list. Is this story 100% true? I don’t know, but I do know that there is a good number of CT police that have signed a letter stating that they will not participate in gun confiscation.

    • Duke Marsh

      This page is reporting on a very REAL situation.

    • Chris Cleveland

      What is nuts to me is believing that a cave man armed with a smart phone and a laptop computer pulled off the biggest attack on American soil ever. His cronies of 19 “box cutter” armed men foiled the greatest armed forces network in the world flying off course for hours without so much as a single interceptor air force jet lifting off the ground. Laughable at best! Wake your stupid asses up and realize this was a plan to invade occupy and secure oil resources. Raise the prices, blame it on religion and take away your rights in the process. Did anyone know that exactly ten years to the day prior to that George Sr. Bush gave his New World Order speech! Look it up for yourselves. Stop being led to the slaughter by the demo”crips” and re”blood”licans who all work for the same entity.

  • Mistakenmass

    This site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire Fighting and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real and you should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact

  • http://www.johnshelleysjournal.com/ gdnctr

    It’s SATIRE!

    • larry burdge

      Not that far off from the actual wishful thinking of the political elite. AND not that far from possibility.

  • Diamondback

    Hey, why don’t the legislators gear up and enforce the law they passed themselves?

    PLEASE …

  • Koba Solzhenitsyn

    Surely the Gauleiter of the X-Const. state has his very own Schutzstaffel to call upon to enforce his will.
    Time for another “night of the long knives” for the non political politzi.
    Sieg Heil!

  • Common Sense

    I love this satirical piece! It points out the duality between “regular civilians” and “Godly, nay-do-wrong” police officers.

  • kris littledale

    For those that say there is no list of people that did not comply with the new registration laws in Ct…..You are not correct. For over 10 years now Ct has done it’s own background checks for every firearm sold through an FFL. They DO NOT use NICS. Unlike NICS, which forbids the Federal Government from keeping records of all firearms transactions, the Ct background check system DOES permit keeping records of all firearms purchased. What this means is that Ct has stored in a computer somewhere a record of every firearms sold through an FFL for more than the last 10 years. So Ct DOES have a record of every AR-15 and AK sold through an FFL in the last 10+ years. All they need is a computer geek to mine the data and compare it against the list of ARs and AKs that were registered and BINGO! You have a list of people that didn’t register their ARs and AKs. That list would not be 100% complete as it would not cover banned rifles that were sold face to face within the state and not registered, but it would cover the vast majority of banned guns that were not registered.

    Has Ct compiled that list yet? I don’t know. But any time they want it anybody who is truly good with a computer can get it for them.

    • Doorgunner101

      so I sold my ak and my ar at a gun show 5 years ago to a stranger. Whatcha gonna do send me to Vietnam?

      • kris littledale

        As I said quite clearly Doorgunner, FTF transactions within the state can not be tracked. But if you bought an AR and an AK through an FFL in Ct just be assured that if Ct decides to mine their records your name will turn up and you will get a letter or a visit. I will too since my 3 ARs are now out of state and Ct does not have a record of outgoing transfers. But don’t think for a moment that having sold your firearms will keep your name from coming up on a list. The only real question is how aggressive Ct is going to get in going after people on that list.

      • VT Patriot

        Wish I’d sold mine. They were all lost in a tragic kayaking accident last year, and were last seen on the bottom of a fast moving river with incredible rapids. Such a loss..

        • Chris Cleveland

          I hear ya… Lost mine in that blizzard two years back. Had to sacrifice my guns for my life. Shit happens.

    • Terry Byrne

      Already been mined. Think about it. They know how many cops that owned banned rifles did NOT register… how else would they have that info?

      • kris littledale

        I hear what your saying but it has been suggested that this article was satirical and the majority of it was made up. So IMO anyway that leaves the story of “The List” having actually been created in doubt. If it hasn’t been, I am sure it will be.

  • Doorgunner101

    DUH

  • larry burdge

    As with many government entities. The “elected” elites want to push the peasants (taxes, etc., etc., etc.) right up to the brink of rebellion. Relying on the peasants sense of being a good, law abiding, subject and comply with any idea that the political elite deem necessary for total control of the ignorant dumbmasses.

    • Lois Johnson-Christians

      they don’t want us to be able to defend ourselves against tyranny

      • larry burdge

        Ya ‘recken?

  • tdk

    3 of my family members are law enforcement. All own many personal firearms. All own at least one AR-15. If push came to shove, I know they would lay down their badges before taking any order to confiscate. Would my brother come knocking on my door simply because he was given an order to take from me, the very exact type of instrument he possesses?

    • patriot 86

      Not on your life cuz good cops enforce just laws not unjust or unconstitutional ones .

  • bc

    do they really think its worth starting a war over thats innocent people would die for, these guys need to cool off, my god these guns have been legal for years,most people that had access to them were law enforcement, do your research before the militias are called out, and they are ready to defend the 2nd amendment
    .

  • CriticalThinking101

    The police will do it once a real threat to their family’s security is at risk…income for the house and food, insurance for the family, pension, etc. The same reason the military continues to fight wars that have nothing to do with defending America of its freedom…what little of it is left (perceived or real).

    • James Smith

      Yeah. Or if they had a brain they could say things like…I took them to my property in another state, I’m storing them in another state, I’ve destroyed them, I’ve modified them to make them legal, they were stolen…etc.
      I honestly don’t think they’ll be kicking in doors.
      The ZIONI$T$ that own and run this country want your guns and WILL ultimately nullify the 2nd amendment, don’t get me wrong. But they know that kicking in doors has the small possibility of causing more trouble than it’s worth. Banning the guns for future generations is a good start. And they can work from there by threatening stiffer sentences, and putting more fear into people. Since each new generation seems to get dumber thanks to the efforts of the ZIO mass media and “education system”, I’m sure they figure the few brain-dead whites left in a few years will gladly hand in daddy’s gun’s anyway. And that’s really who they’re worried about. Oh no, sorry…Feinswein and Fuckerberg are worried about the school children. My mistake.

  • barfomer

    So glad I left the Nut-meg state years ago for Texas. The place is has more corrupt
    lib commie politicians than Californicate.

    • Waldo

      Goood riddance to you and people like you–you belong in TX—-you have no idea what this country is and has been! Keep supporting big business and internationals that are destroying the middle class around the world and could care less!

      • VT Patriot

        Wow, hope you didn’t get hurt when you bounced off the wall like that.

      • Jeff H.

        It is the Democrats destroying the middle class smart guy. You think large Corporations and Internationals aren’t a Democrat interest as well? You are naive my friend. Our current President and his Administration have done everything to hurt middle class Americans. Every legislative act he signs into law and everything in his agenda hurts. Grow up and read/watch something other then the establishment media pukes up and educate your self.

  • Greg R

    Police Officers respecting the US Constitution is rare in this day and age. ~Cheers to them!

  • reptar

    Did this site update this to say that it is all made up yet? This is all 100% based on nothing. Someone just wrote this all even though its not a real story.

    • ken

      Apparently you did not read the law reptar

    • Lois Johnson-Christians

      it is a very real story and people better get their heads out of their asses before we have no freedoms left.

    • Duke Marsh

      Reptard,
      The head of the STATE POLICE is on public record in saying he would comply with a state legislative order to go house to house and confiscate the weapons in question.
      Go back down to Mom and Dad’s basement and drink your cocoa.

      • reality

        I think you should be the one to take your caring pure hands door to door and search people’s houses. It may make it a tiny bit harder to pretend you are not what you actually are, something made simpler when someone else does your dirty work for you. House to house searches IS a police state, and you’re one of the good germans.

        • Duke Marsh

          Just what are you talking about reality???
          I do not condone what the state is up to.
          I was simply informing reptar as to the “reality” of the subject matter.

          Butt out!

  • reptar

    Lets be clear here: THERE IS NOT AND NEVER WAS A PLAN TO ROUND UP BANNED WEAPONS IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT.

    • ken

      BULL!

    • Lois Johnson-Christians

      the hell it isnt

    • Guy Post

      Reptar…did you just fall off of the turnip truck? Been taking a nap with Rip Van Winkle?

      Catch a clue, dude.

    • Thomas Meadows

      reptar,Did you just wake up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Duke Marsh

      You are full of crap REPTARD.

      This has been on network news, newspapers across the NATION and, I am formally a resident of Ct. and have family and friends there.

    • reality

      Right. they just want a list. Govt’s never do anything with lists. This is part of the leftist incrementalist template of lies. The reality of their full thinking…We don’t have a plan, because we don’t have a list. List first, plan second. NEVER trust a leftist. Look at their president. It’s just harder for him to hide it. Not one of them thinks a second about lying to your face when it comes to firearms. Wait until the list exists…and then wait till the next shooting. That non existent plan takes about 24 hours to exist.

    • FRA

      and you think everyone should register what they own too?

      this is another example of “the government wont do that to us ” retard that breathes…….go live in dream land

    • FRA

      this guy may also ,be a government troll to test the waters to see how far americans are willing to go and say.

      on my own behalf and millions of americans; i will do anything i deem necessary to protect my family and friends from people like you.

      -USAF Master Serg. sworn to protect your piece of shit ass, not kiss it.

    • kris littledale

      That is not what I was told by a trooper from troop b.

  • nwgunslinger

    They’ll probably just amend the law to exempt LE and move “forward”.

    • Gattling Gun Jim

      Exactly. That is what New York did (it wasn’t amended though, it was initially written to exempt LEO’s past and present).

  • Byron Shutt

    Sounds like an issue for the police union……maybe for once they can do the right thing.

  • Robert Yetman

    Then what was the point of the law reptar ? Write laws to not enforce ? Come one man wake up will ya ! The laws were written to register and to enforce confiscation if you do not comply do some research !

  • IAmAProudAmerican

    How about they repeal the ridiculous law….. Problem solved.

  • Mark

    This is excellent. This means that the unconstitutional law has no teeth and does not get enforced, therefor firearms owners can ignore it at will. And that is exactly what should happen when garbage like this gets shoved down our throats.

    • James Smith

      Probelem is, you can’t buy any new firearms. So they win.

      • sixpack

        You’re probably right. The point is not whether you register or turn in your guns, it is becoming a felon when you don’t. Then they can come and take them “legally” from a “felon” and there’s nothing anyone can do about it but shoot them in the driveway. Then they can justify droning your home.

        We can’t let this get any farther than it has.

      • kris littledale

        Sure you can! Drive to a free state and buy one face to face with no FFL. Throw it in the trunk of your car and drive home. End of Problem. Need magazines for it? No problem again! Buy them on the net. Have them shipped to a friend in a free state. Go see your friend. Throw them in the trunk of your car. Drive home. NO PROBLEM. Or for that matter there are still a few FFLs in Ct that are selling Saigas in 5.56 and 5.45×39. Buy ‘em all nice and legal, bring ‘em home, buy a new stock and pistol grip, do a little very simple machining and you have a semi-auto AK clone. No PROBLEM.

  • Jimmy

    Dey takin er gunes! Doooooy!

    • jake

      You’re a douche bag

    • Bob Smokem

      Won’t happen. When the confiscation starts anyone wearing a uniform will be a target of opportunity. Hundreds if not thousands will die. Cops homes will be torched as well as politicians homes and the Capitol building. It won’t be pretty. I hope you are one of the first targets of opportunity.

      • Therion

        While I harbor no particular disdain for cops, I do share your sentiment regarding this scumbag.

        It’s easy to spot people like “Jimmy”. Just look around as though you were looking for a dweeb to get lunch money from. The most unmanly,girlish, pajamaboy you see is Jimmy.

  • Jimmy

    Bolt-action rifles and pump-action shotguns are the only long guns that should be legal.

    • reason

      You’re stupid

    • We The People

      Yawn…..yeah YOU voted for Obama DIDNT you? Loser.

      • Therion

        I hope he’s enjoying his “free healthcare” now.

    • TRUTH

      You’re such a dumb ass! So give all the good guns to the tyrants that run this country? Wake up! Guns protect us from them! One day you will want us to protect your dumb ass!

      • tonysc

        Right, and that’s exactly why they want to take them away. They know that “they” are the real criminals.

      • Read the amendment…

        So the people are going to take on the actual “militia” who are actually the reason for that amendment? Now that’s what I’d call a slippery slope…

        • Sheep Herder

          You do not understand the 2nd Amendment. The People ARE the militia! Why is it so hard to understand what the words mean in the 2nd Amendment. And “Well regulated” means that the People are well trained in the use of their firearms. It doesn’t take a genius to figure this out so there must be millions of dummy’s in the U.S.

          • Therion

            That’s true.

            “Before a standing army can rule, the people must be disarmed; as they are in almost every kingdom in Europe. The supreme power in America cannot enforce unjust laws by the sword; because the whole body of the people are armed, and constitute a force superior to any band of regular troops that can be, on any pretence, raised in the United States. A military force, at the command of Congress, can execute no laws, but such as the people perceive to be just and constitutional; for they will possess the power, and jealousy will instantly inspire the inclination, to resist the execution of a law which appears to them unjust and oppressive.”
            —Noah Webster, An Examination of the Leading Principles of the Federal Constitution (Philadelphia 1787).

            “[W]hereas, to preserve liberty, it is essential that the whole body of the people always possess arms, and be taught alike, especially when young, how to use them; nor does it follow from this, that all promiscuously must go into actual service on every occasion. The mind that aims at a select militia, must be influenced by a truly anti-republican principle; and when we see many men disposed to practice upon it, whenever they can prevail, no wonder true republicans are for carefully guarding against it.”
            —Richard Henry Lee, The Pennsylvania Gazette, Feb. 20, 1788.

            The people ARE the militia, and their purpose is to preserve freedom. The reason why is that governments are able to use standing armies or militias that they direct to take away rights,but free people bearing arms can combat this.

            You don’t need a constitutional right to create an army as a government. They don’t have this right in any Middle Eastern country but all of them have militias. Why would the government need to assert its own right to bear arms in a legal document?

            It’s obvious that the second amendment is meant for individual people. There’s no other possible interpretation. It would be like asserting via a document its own right to rule. No document has the power to bind anyone in service to it. Only force, armies, bind people in service.

            The Founders recognized that the government’s army, not militia, could be used to deprive the individual of his rights and asserted the INDIVIDUAL’s right to form a militia of his own with other free men in order to oppose tyranny of this kind. This right, as per the Constitution,applies whether the threat to liberty is from a foreign nation, our own nation working in concert with a foreign nation or nations, or just our own government committing these injustices by itself.

    • FRA

      this guy is a winner!!!

      dude, seriously youre in the wrong damn country to make any kind of opinion like that.

      you think cops will help you if you cant protect yourself? unless your legless or 90, good luck. police will just come to write a report and scoop your corpse up when someone breaks in.

      you go right the fuck ahead and become a victim of our government. Ill live free thanks. and own any damn thing i want

      • sheepwatcher

        The Supreme Court said the police have no obligation to come to your rescue.Someone already tried to sue the police for not responding to a rape call TWICE in one hour.How’s that for protect and serve.

        • Sheep Herder

          McDonald VS D.C. 1982 IIRC. Three women were raped repeatedly for over 24 hours. Cops never showed up even though 911 was called several times. Police have ZERO obligation to protect people. They are only there to enforce laws and collect “taxes” from the sheeple.

    • sheepwatcher

      Hey Jimmy who’s to say those won’t be the next assault weapons?You need a brain check.

    • Chris Cleveland

      Why Jimmy do you believe this?

      • Chris Cleveland

        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. Nope doesn’t say bolt action or pump action….. You are a real special kind of stupid!

      • Chris Cleveland

        I suggest you take a refresher course in American history so you can understand the reasoning behind the right “to keep and bear arms”. For your information it is not for hunting. It is to keep the rest of your rights.

    • kris littledale

      That is the stupidest thing I have ever heard other than “ban all guns”.

      • patriot 86

        Yup jimmy really has his head in his tukus.Sure can tell hes not a gun owner .Probably living off all the gun owners too with his welfare check delivered to his basement apartment at his moms house.Pathetic excuse for a human being.Hope hes fixed so he cant breed.

    • Sheep Herder

      Right. You can be a sheeple all you want. I’ll stay free with my AR’s and AK’s. Go away sheep!

    • sixpack

      Disqus needs to start showing the thumbs down again. This rating system is now inaccurate and deceptive.

    • Archangel

      Baaaaaaa ! Baaaaaaaa !!……goes the sound of a Sheep.

      Even my two year old knows the sound of sheep, thanks to Fisher Price.

    • patriot 86

      OH STFU .you obviously are a communist and traitor for your stupid post.Whats the matter did you buy into all the liberals telling you whats good for you and accept their little pipe dream of their perfect utopia.Go smoke some more weed you stoner maybe youlle od and do the world a favor with one less idiot in it.

  • Remington Lead

    There will always be so many more of us than them. They will run out of ammo. When they do, the stream of hot lead will be their legacy.

  • TheRealEvilGenius

    Any government that wishes to disarm their populace, has evil intentions for them.

  • Bill

    How about the politicians go door to door?

    • Greg

      i will hold the door open for them,,,it will be closed as soon as they enter,,but i will willingly let them in if the politicians want to come and get them

    • patriot 86

      Funny ‘ i love that ‘ if it were up to them then the gun grab is over.Just like in any war if it had to be fought by the generals there would be no war for their ok with ordering a man to his death but when its them FORGET IT.

  • homeisthehunter

    Citizens need to show unwavering support for those officers who refuse to comply with this unconstitutional law…and make it clear to the politicians. Colorado spoke up with a recall….and its not over yet out west.

    • Archangel

      Abso-frickin-lutely!!

  • Dieter Gould

    Well, if anyone hasn’t taken the time to do the research into gun confiscation. That’s when the police officials go knocking door to door. And, they want to take your gun, because, they want to make your neighborhood safe. “That’s what they claim!” You better look into the idea that the 2nd Amendment to our constitution says “You have the right to bear Arms.” But, you don’t have the right to keep them. And, this is why, the law is being ignored. So, with all the new laws with the use of Meds and guns gives the Feds the right to take your gun, just because you have a spouse on meds?! Or, what about having a CCW. And, you end up crossing 3 to 4 state lines, and you’re pulled over, because the authorities know you have a weapon that’s illegal in that state, and yet, the officers rip right through the car looking for a weapon that you have stored in a safe at home! And the authorities refuse the idea that you left it at home!?!! These events have already happened. And, when they come, their numbers are very large, and they’ll come when you’re sleeping. So, how well will you defend yourself when you’re left on a street curb with cuffs on your wrists, and you’re watching your weapons being put into a trunk of a squad car?!

    • Jeff H.

      Well Dieter, the 2nd Amendment says exactly:

      “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.”

      In other words we have the right to keep them as well as bear them. The events you mentioned did in fact happen. They will also come in numbers- but they can’t hit every residence at once and once it begins is when the stuff will hit the fan. There will be many who cave in and submit but there also will be many who don’t. It is when the Authorities begin to take casualties where the moment of truth will be. How much carnage will the ones going door to door killing people and their families be able to stand? That’s the question.

      • Jim Crow

        Yep, when the jack booted thugs start going house to house sooner or later there will be Patriots waiting for them and when the jack boots jump out of their armored vehicles they will be mowed down from all sides. Then the battle will escalate to every cop and politician being targeted. They will not be safe. It will be a battle field in CT which will spread throughout the country into a civil war.

        • Therion

          The politicians might even catch a few slugs preemptively,before they even get a chance to do anything. This is America,not even President Kennedy was safe.

          These guys in Connecticut must be extremely stupid. If I were in their position, I don’t think I’d sleep a wink.

          • patriot 86

            Lets hope a few crooked politicians take a bullet along with the nazi enforcers .This will be all it will take for these worthless scum to go underground and in hiding .Serves them right ‘ then they will know how it feels to be targeted.

        • patriot 86

          Let it come ‘ we need to clean house of all these crooked politicians infringing on everyones liberty.Hang about a half dozen of them to prove our point and watch them run like the cowards they all are.

      • Archangel

        Couldn’t have said it better myself

        This is the time to start getting to know your neighbors…find out who is like-minded, wide awake to the current tyranny, and start preparing.

        Have a plan…and PRACTICE that plan.

        We ALL need to heed the advice of our Constitutional framers. In fact…..FOLLOW the specific advice provided WITHIN the 2nd Amendment…

        a “WELL-REGULATED MILITIA”….(being necessary to a Free State I.e. “FREE FROM DESPOTIC RULE”) ……

        A “Well Regulated” Militia MEANT (in 1791)…..
        “WELL TRAINED…WELL DISCIPLINED”

        90% of Cops don’t train outside of their yearly qualifications training.

        So…..Question is…….WILL YOU BE “WELL TRAINED” at the good advice of our Framers?

        If you have nothing but a bunch of left wing-nuts for neighbors who are basically pansy-assed brain-dead sheep, then it might be time to put a “For Sale” sign in the front yard.

        Make friends at the local gun range.
        Make friends with local Policemen and Sheriffs. Many that I know, KNOW what is going on.
        SHTF is their greatest nightmare.

        Make a grass roots effort to protect and defend the Constitution on YOUR LOCAL TURF.

        And finally…..

        IF/WHEN the shit occurs, it is prudent to view this as a DEFENSIVE PLAN…

        Make preparations to have “straight-line communication” gear in place to communicate with neighbors and others in your group…

        Have a night patrol in place.

        Literally become a “Minuteman” to DEFEND your rights, your neighbors and friends, your community and defend the Constitution.

        There is strength in numbers.

        The idea is…….If A dozen SWAT agents show up and try enforce Unconstitutional Orders…..Have 40 heavily armed and trained Patriot Minutemen at the ready, wearing ballistic protection and armed equal to or greater than SWAT.

        Chances are they will stand down If they are out manned and out gunned,

        If not….let the chips fall where they may. It may set an example of what NOT to do.

        “When a people fears it’s government there is tyranny, But when a government fears it’s people, there is LIBERTY”
        -T Jefferson

      • patriot 86

        All it will take is for someones innocent wife or child to be hurt or killed and the public will demand law enforcement cease and decist .If they dont then god help them cuz people will see a badge and open fire.I pray cooler heads in the police force prevail and stand down but if they insist on enforcing a unjust law ‘ they brought it on themselves for the gun owners have a right to self defense.

        • Jeff H.

          Actually most local Law Enforcement officials are on our side in most parts of the Country. It is the DHS we are up against. Obama’s own personal Army- his Brown Shirts if you will. At least going for us is they are Unionized.

          • Dieter Gould

            Sorry Jeff, most of them Brown Shirts, are Black Shirts now! When was the last time you had seen an officer wear a Brown shirt? These guys are using a different technique when approaching people now.

          • patriot 86

            They better stand down and throw these unconstitutional laws out before the people demand they enforce or recind them.I know if they try this shit in my home state of minnesota these idiots are in for a surprise .Ive been to three meetings with local citizens that have all agreed it wont happen here .We have a system in place where the police scanners are monitored and should a confiscation order be given a alert will go out to all of us so we can band together and confront these traitors on even ground with our guns at the ready.Our slogan is it WONT happen here and we are prepared to pit our lives against theirs should they persist.LONG LIVE LIBERTY AND GOD BLESS THE USA .THE GREATEST PLACE TO LIVE FREE IN THE WORLD.

      • Dieter Gould

        Yes, this is true, only to a certain extent. The gun registration in Conn. that went south for the authorities the other day was due to that, most of the people that were on the list, were officers that currently served on the local police force, which had not registered their weapons. When the mayor and other authorities heard this… They backed off, and are now trying to come up with another method to confiscate those AR-15’s!

        • patriot 86

          Good luck to them cuz they showed their true intent and the people wont be buying any more of their ‘ WELL WE HAVE A OBLIGATION TO ENSURE EVERYONES SAFETY ‘ crap .These corrupt fucks better start thinking about their own safety cuz the citizens of conn are justifiably pissed off .

    • Greg

      dogs bark,,i flip off the safety,,,start chootin,,,i will die,,but so will some of them, 1 question,,,do they feel lucky,,,i know i will die,,,are they willing to do the same?

      • Dieter Gould

        Sorry, I don’t own a woof woof alarm… And, I believe in self preservation. I would rather operate in larger number than sacrifice myself. I’ve already served once. And, to me once was enough! I’d rather be well equip with a high tech suit, I can put on in moments before confronting them bastards, I want to take down as many as possible, and still be standing! That’s my philosophy!

        • Greg

          ” I believe in self preservation. I would rather operate in larger number than sacrifice myself”,,,that sentence contradicts its self. How many people do u sleep with????? if u are asleep at home, and someone tears ur door down,,,where is the group of people thats going to help you???? do u sleep in that suit?? u best hope u can get it on quick. what will u take them down with if u have no weapon,,,a knife isnt that good of a defense against a gun,,,a ball bat isnt a good defense either. so unless ur throwing on a robocop suit, ur screwed.

          • Dieter Gould

            A lot!

          • Greg

            ok

    • Commish03

      Oh yes it does: the 2nd Amendment says:… “The Right of the People to KEEP and bear arms shall not be infringed”.

      • patriot 86

        Greater words were never put on paper.Long live liberty ans patriotism.

      • Dieter Gould

        Be as it may… There have been laws to which We the People were caught sleeping at the wheel once again, and was done in broad day light. This law that was passed, and is based on imminent domain! Where, the State Gov’t, and/or Fed Gov’t, can take your property. “Everything you own.!” And, give it to a contractor. This law stipulates that the confiscation of property can be done in order to beautify the city, or neighborhood! So, this can happen at anytime. As for the 2nd Amendment. We the People may exercise this right. But, we don’t have the ability to keep them arms, unless you have another place you can stow them, so your arms will not be confiscated!

    • Archangel

      Everything you say is true except for the statement about the Second Amendment. It is “KEEP AND BEAR”…that said, Noah Webster took part in the Constitutional Conventions. According to Webster, the Word “Bear” means to literally wear on your person…as in “Open Carry” .

      “Well Regulated Militia” actually means “A Well DISCIPLINED AND TRAINED Militia.

      If you are concerned about nocturnal visits of SWAT and Federal Agents, it is time that you start thinking harder about the eternal words of our Constitutional Framers.

      A “MILITIA” or a group of “Civilian Sheepdogs” is never a bad idea.

      Form a Large number of like-minded friends who are ARMED and have the same concerns you have.

      Have open and frank discussions about these things. There is strength in numbers.

      If you don’t know where to meet these people, start first by trying to establish stronger relationships with your neighbors.
      Many of these people have the same concerns you do about our Constitutional rights being swiped from us everyday.

      Join a local gun club.

      Key is…..Make friends with like-minded people. Watch out for the infiltratio of psycho’s who are itching for the day to go to war against the Police or Military…that shit will get you killed.
      This is about DEFENSE…and PROTECTION of one another….DEFENSE of our Rights and CONSTITUTION….and ONLY as a last resort to let the bullets fly. I can tell you for a fact that Cops don’t want this…and they are not necessarily well practiced…In fact many only fire their guns for their yearly qualifications…and never practice outside of that.

      In the event of WROL or SHTF, a plan needs to be in place and Previously practiced….over and over. Hone your skills…remain vigilant…spread the word about the demise of our Constitution…..make new like-minded friends and neighbors and work together as a community to change things at a grass roots level

      • Dieter Gould

        Great idea! But, it doesn’t work so well when you’re in a liberal neighborhood. Hell, these neighbors will sell you down the river the minute they see a BB gun!

        • Archangel

          Then move. Problem solved.

          I am in a neighborhood that is a mixed bag, but it leans mostly Conservative. Even with those odds I am considering putting a “for sale” sign in my front year

          But…..despite that fact….a Funny thing has happened…..Some of those who held a more “democratic” or “progressive” viewpoint, just a few years ago, are starting to wake up.
          Ever since they realize Obamacare isn’t going to be “free” and they see the seizure of other civil rights, and intrusion of big gov’t into every part of their lives….they are starting to come to the stark realization of what it means to actually live in a so-called “Progressive, Utopian society”

          Serves them right. Morons

          • Dieter Gould

            Sounds good to me!

        • patriot 86

          Then thats when you move to a gun friendly neighborhood and stop making excuses not to get involved .If you wait for someone else to take the first step you are already defeated.

    • Johnny Geetar

      Deiter, funny thing about subjugation….. IT’S LOUD AS HELL! To pull off something like this, it will HAVE to be a simultanious action. Trust me… When they pull up to neighbor’s doors a couple blocks away, kick on the lights and kick in the doors, there’ll be gunfire, screaming, banging, tires screeching, you name it. I lived in Bolivia for 3 years in the 70’s when the military coup took place. TRUST ME…. YOU’LL HEAR IT. So will the REST of your friends and neighbors…
      Take a look at tiny Connecticut… roughly 1498 cops in the state police. Coming to subjugate THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND NON-COMPLIANT, PISSED OFF GUN OWNERS? Forgive me…. i think you grossly over-estimate their abilities.
      It will be the same scenario in New York, Maryland, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Soon-to-be Virginia and anywhere ELSE they attempt this ballbaggery.
      To even stand a CHANCE of success, they will be forced to move ALL at once, and to cover THAT much ground, they will have to divide into teams. VERY SMALL TEAMS to cover the ground. Into neighborhoods with 300 to 400 homes? HA! Mind you, once word gets out that they are on the move, they are screwed. Folks will be WAITING for them, and there’ll be a rifle pointing at em from EVERY 3rd window….. They would need the element of surprise with them, and even with THAT, police forces, EVEN WITH DHS AND NATIONAL GUARD soldiers, their numbers are FAR too small to ensure success.
      These legislative dicks and the governor are trying to SCARE gun owners into complance with th specter of large bands of cops in tac gear coming to kick your doors in. Local cops, UTIMATELY, will not be dumb enough to try this in their OWN communities where their families and children live. Not even remotely worried about them. If this goes FEDERAL for support, and DHS is brought to bear, then it is war. And they are ALSO grossly outnumbered.

      • Dieter Gould

        It’s a nice thought, but, like I said ” These events have already occurred!” Which happened in the state of Louisiana, and in New Jersey… I agree with what you’re saying. But, the people are not standing up to these thugs, that bully their way into those homes. The last great American stand was with the Davidian Compound. Where those innocent people were murdered by Bill Clinton’s, Janet Reno and DHS incident. Since then, there hasn’t been any push back by the people… A lot, of people have become complacent, and in most cases subservient to these bastards that feel they can take what you own anytime they want. But, encase you didn’t know. There’s a law, that was passed, once again, while the people were sleeping. This time it was about the confiscation of your property, based on immanent domain. This sugar coated topping says ” The city can take whatever property they so choose, in order to beautify the city!” Which means they can at anytime enter your home and take it without your permission! So, how do you like them apples!!! This is what has happened across our 50 states. And, very few people know about this law.

  • James Smith

    Kind of strange that they’re using a REGISTRATION list to see who’s not on the new REGISTRATION list, huh?

    • Jim Crow

      That’s because when you buy a gun in CT you have to fill out a CT state form of which there are 4 copies. One copy goes with the buyer, one stays with the FFL holder, one goes to the local city police department and the last copy goes to the state police. This form has all the buyers info and firearm info including serial number so yes…they already know who has what firearms.

      • Jim Swarens

        so those who dont buy in CT. are not on the list :)

        • Jim Swarens

          the law was put together in haste, and doesnt make any real sense. It goes to wanting the gun makrs to not build them in CT… alott behind the scenes was used in this law

  • Smarter Than You

    “No one is bound to obey an unconstitutional law and no courts are bound to enforce it.” – 16 Am Jur 2nd, Sec 177 late 2d, Sec 256. It’s alreadu Federal LAW! Do your home work people.

  • Americathelost

    Connecticut…ruled by fools. It’s unconstitutional as is registration in Hawaii and any other state.

  • Izak

    Refuse to register for Obamacare communism.
    Refuse Gun registration.
    Do NOT obey.
    RESIST.
    Make them regret being Tyrants.
    ARREST COMMUNIST Criminal Obamunista regime. Arrest Bankers.

  • Jimbo

    One of the first things that Hitler did to consolidate power was to confiscate guns from the people. No one could stop him, then

    • ev

      he also used the police to help him with that task and then turned around and killed them after he got what he wanted. wake up people just because this is the USA and we hate terrorist. when bin la din attacked this country we went after them who was involved we spent billions of dollars on starting a war against them why haven’t this country realized that the people in charge!!!!! are the terrorist NOW!!!!! and want you dead and out of the way after you do there bidding!!!!!!!! people are so scared. wake up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and join together and vote them out!!!! impeach them!!!!!!!!!!! do whats wright!!!!!
      .

    • jamesabrt

      People always bring up Hitler when the conversation turns to firearm confiscation but generally they forget an important point. Hundreds, upward to thousands of people went to labor camps or death camps under Hitlers’ rule because they were turned in by fellow Germans.

      • TF

        Nowadays…the fellow Germans are the Democrats…and the head democrat is…_______ and his second in command is HR, along with MB!!!

    • metro143

      Not to mention that after he disarmed the population, he disarmed the local police

  • THE INFIDEL

    They chosen wisely!
    It’s obvious Connecticut Law Enforcement realize there are many on the
    sidelines and if anyone is violated they to will pick up arms putting
    every Law Enforcement in the cross hairs. Basically this is the same
    scenario years ago when the Pope warned Russia if they invaded Poland,
    he himself would pick up arms….

    If Connecticut was smart, they would repeal this unconstitutional law
    before this gets out of hand and causes a wildfire like no other. This
    isn’t the Ukraine of mindless gnomes, the Spirit of 1776 lives on.

    TO ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT,

    STAND DOWN AND IF IT STARTS, STAY HOME AND DO NOT SUIT UP!

    **** DANGER ****
    “DON’T WAKE THE SLEEPING GIANT!”

    • John Haws

      On the other hand, try waking the sleeping giant.

      • Oathtaker

        Start taking guns and the people will start taking blood.

      • patriot 86

        I think they know that wont end well by now.

  • rosswill

    Lol! I guess Obama never expected this to happen. The east coast brie and white wine crowd in the media won’t know how to report this story.

  • Skip

    Liberals believe that all are as controlled by the media as they are. If malloy suggested assaulting gun owners, the media would endorse it and we would see these fascist democrats out hunting peaceful citizens because they will stop at nothing to get their way, including violating the law or defying the constitution. They cannot figure out why so few gun owners have complied with the new laws. It boggles their mind, enfuriates them and never do they stop to think that they are, simply, in the minority. They think that since they are afraid of guns everyone else should be as well. I’ve attempted to reason with them. They sincerely believe that these laws will, somehow, stop violent criminals from using firearms. From what I can understand, violent criminals don’t seem to believe in the laws that we already have, forbidding things like killing people. It makes no sense that these criminals would be influenced by relatively minor laws regulating their weapon of choice. “I hereby sentence you to life in prison aaaand a hefty fine for using a forbidden weapon. Oh wait, what… Ooooh, you brought the weapon in from out of state, like MOST violent criminals do, oh well, then, that’s very different.” That the police, overall, haven’t complied indicates to me that very few people are willing to part with their means of protection

  • Retired Veteran

    When the United States Constitution goes up against a Tyrant!! Time for these self-proclaimed masters, who are attempting to render the masses as irrelevant to sit back down and put their Communist-made shoe back on!!

  • Dave B

    MAYBE YOU SHOULD READ THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE. “This site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire
    Fighting and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real
    and you should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact.”

    • patriot 86

      Oh so because you didnt hear it from barry os mouth its not the truth right LOL.

      • Dave B

        What does Obama have to do with the fact that this site is BS and they tell you that on the bottom of the page? And how did your puny mind ever come up with I like Obama from what I said.

        I verify what I read, maybe you should try it. Spreading false stories in no way helps us retain our rights.

        • ArmedPatriot

          Really, sweetheart?
          did you verify the FACT that many cops in CT refuse to enforce the new gun confiscations?

          I guess you also missed it when a majority of NY state Sheriffs were taking a stand against Cuomo ‘SAFE’ act and were looking at possibly being removed by the governor too, correct?

    • ArmedPatriot

      And maybe YOU should stop believing the stupidity that just because some clown makes a satire site that whatever crap he’s claiming may not actually be in line with reality.
      There are tons of articles all over the LEGITIMATE web that show CT cops refusing to enforce the new gun ‘law’ there.

  • CPOSharkey

    Maybe the people of CT should start calling the police to arrest those who voted for the law on shares that are violating their constitutional rights. Arrest those elected officials and let the courts sort it out

    • Janet Babin

      You dopey, inbred guntards will believe anything. You didn’t even notice that this article is satire?

  • reptar

    The problem with satire of the right wing is that no matter how crazy it is people still believe it. Fake news like this really riles up the crazies.

    • ArmedPatriot

      Sorry honey but Ive been talking to street cops for decades about gun rights.
      Ive yet to find ONE so far that is for these idiotic laws your idiot leaders pass in the middle of the night when everyone who matters is asleep.

  • reptar

    The comments on this FAKE article show you how gun lovers will believe anything.

    • ArmedPatriot

      Responses by Brady nuts show us how DESPERATE anti gun dopes actually are

      • Janet Babin

        Why are gun nuts almost always white trash like you?

        • Richard

          I’m a gun nut. My family traces back to 1540. Came to this country in 1670. Fought in the American Revolution, War Between the States, and served in Congress. I have two uncles buried at Normandy and Belgium from WWII. I fought in Nam and put 22 years in the military. Graduated Law School and became a successful investor. I have contributed more money to charity then you probably make. I vote, go the Church, and serve as an Asst. Scoutmaster. So when you infer that “gun nuts ‘ are white trash…it makes me wonder just what you have done with your life?????

          • Janet Babin

            Ok, “Richard”. Just FYI, if you want there to be a chance that anyone is going to believe you grandiose claims or entertain what is clearly a very high opinion of yourself, link your account to your Facebook page. Otherwise, you’re just another right-wing losers making false claims in a pathetic attempt to clean up the negative image of gun nuts. That’s all this appears to be. Nice try.

    • ArmedPatriot

      And by the way, cowboy, there are LEGITIMATE articles all over the web about CT cops refusing to enforce this idiotic law.

      • Janet Babin

        Why don’t you UNNECESSARILY capitalize WORDS throughout every post YOU write? That’s a good WAY to make yourself LOOK stupid.

    • jyrine

      In you’re infinite wisdom you, more than anyone, know what a sacrifice you are making, by spending a minute amount of your precious time and at risk of compromising your extraordinarily high standards, for the sole purpose of telling us “gun lovers” that, in your infinite wisdom, you surmise that we “gun overs”, “will believe anything”. Thank you reptar, I believe you.

      • Janet Babin

        Whatever that rambling nonsense meant. I get that you were trying to be cutesy, but you failed miserably at it. I’m embarrassed for you.

    • Richard

      That’s because we have learned the hard way that liberal Fools will stop at nothing to drive this country into a Socialist or Marxist state.

  • reptar

    Maybe the website should put this at the top instead of the bottom.

    “This site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire Fighting and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real and you should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact.”

  • metro143

    This may be hard for many people to believe, But most Police officers swore to protect the US Constitution. We also oppose this law.

    • leatherneckga

      God bless ya

    • ArmedPatriot

      Most cops are freedom loving American citizens with the common sense to know that these kinds of gun laws dont stop crime but only harass the law abiding

  • ArmedPatriot

    To the author here….

    I really dont know what your intent is, friend, but the cold hard REALITY is that MOST street cops ARE actually AGAINST these overreaching BS laws that THEY KNOW do not stop even ONE damned felon from committing a crime with or without a gun.

    Ive been talking to cops for TWO decades now about gun rights and in all those years not ONE was actually for these gun bans. This includes even street cops and deputy sheriffs up in commie NY state.

    So this story MAY be your idea of satire and MAY be taking a jab at gun owners and gun rights, but it doesnt change the REALITY that MOST of the cops are the streets simply arent into the BS lie that these gun bans are even remotely effective in stopping a single violent crime committed with a gun.

    if you are an ex cop…and if you are taking jabs at gun rights and gun owners…then you be ashamed of yourself and seriously should take a serious look at that guy in the mirror and maybe re-evaluate your path in life.

  • Nick099

    I found this article amusing…and closer to reality than most would think. The politicians that have ruled CT for the past 3 decades have become increasingly hard-leftist ( yes I mean Marxist) Democrat Party. A requisite to be a Marxist and live in the real world means creating your own delusional perspective. That is where these a$$hats live.
    Real cops have been telling these jerks for decades…..new gun laws are not the answer. The answer to preventing violent crime lies in the very programs these delusional imbeciles started….the all-encompassing welfare state. The PoliceOne poll last year supports my point. But again, reality does not matter to these dolts. Threats thrown about arresting the bulk of the police is laughable….but totally believable. The delusional leftist thinks firearm owners are not of this earth. In fact the opposite is true. They are Americans. They are your next door neighbor, the cop, the fireman, the doctor, the lawyer, the soldier, the teacher, the maintenance worker, the electrician, the plumber, etc, etc. They are law-abiding folks, cause after all what criminal bothers to go through all of this red-tape BS to legally own and carry a firearm???

    The true minority in this state is the Marxist…hiding under the Progressive/Liberal banner. They rule because the sheeple allow it. Elections have consequences and perhaps the people should remember that when elections roll around instead of blindly voting for any twit with a (D) next to their name.

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    • Tom M.

      Emily……..drop dead.

    • Richard

      What the F*** has this got to do with anything…..FOOL.

  • Trish Houser

    An unnamed legislative intern, who says his dad is police chief….and another ‘anonymous source’? This story reeks of made up bullshit drama.

    • Nick099

      Really is true. Google it.
      Look, I am very familiar with CT and its lunacy. The law they passed last year was so badly written it actaully banned police depts from purchasing ammo without permission from the CSP which was also banned….the moronic legislators had forgotten to put in exemptions. The list goes on. Then a few months later…without fanfare a newly written version was passed. Then later still a three paragraph law was written to provide armed guards in schools and their requirements. My point; these folks are fargin ice-hole imbeciles….and worse are their idiot supporters.

  • Smitty

    About Us

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    This
    site is a satire of the current state of Law Enforcement, Fire Fighting
    and Emergency Medical work. Stories posted here are not real and you
    should not assume them to have any basis in any real fact. Heck we tend
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    professional media. No reference of an individual, company, or
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    Any statement made by authors on this page should not be considered the opinions of agencies they are employed by.

    • Nick099

      Except this one story is actually true and reported by major news outlets in CT.

      • Janet Babin

        Lol! It’s hilarious that some of you inbred gun nuts actually think that this article, which is clearly satire, is real. You people are pathetic.

  • Nick099

    Actually a true story in CT.
    Sometimes you really can’t make this stuff up.

  • Richard

    Never stopped Hitler or Stalin….why would it stop them???

    • Janet Babin

      This article is satire, you inbred hiIIbilly! You don’t get that??? And you had the audacity to try to make all of those grandiose claims about yourself earlier? But you’re to is typos to realize when a fake news story is obviously satire? Fail.

About RJ Beam

RJ is the founder of Call The Cops. He is a police officer and formerly was a firefighter. When not harassing people or depriving them of their rights RJ enjoys trying to get some sleep.