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Stop Being Delusional

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Not convicted, but “investigated.” And people are saying communism isn’t here. 🙄

Republican lawmaker Marco Rubio has reintroduced legislation that seeks to suspend the Second Amendment rights of any person who has been investigated for "terrorism" related offenses within 10 years of attempting a gun purchase.

The Senate bill, named the Terror Intelligence Improvement Act, was reentered last week in hopes of exploiting the hysteria surrounding the January 6th Capitol protests. The law intends to violate the civil liberties of American citizens who are not charged or convicted of a crime if somebody is deemed politically dangerous.

If passed, the law will grant the FBI and DNI the authority to draw up lists of US citizens arbitrarily labeled "domestic terrorists" and flag them during background checks. Those placed on the new watch list could be registered based solely on suspicion, even if an investigation fails to find evidence of criminal or "terrorist" wrongdoing. Federal courts that have examined the FBI's various "terrorist watch lists" uncovered that the Bureau regularly places law-abiding citizens on them because they don't like who they are or their political views.

While Rubio's bill does provide optional redress for those targeted to obtain counsel and fight their designation, it would require individuals not charged or convicted of a crime to have to spend enormous amounts of money and time and gamble on getting a judge that upholds the Constitution just so they can exercise their gun rights.

As ongoing challenges to comparatively weaker state red flag law abuses show, challenging such decisions or even figuring out how they're made is like pulling teeth.

The mixed record attorneys have had in combating the excesses of the Patriot Act since 2001 show that this mitigation option will largely be ignored by judges and those listed. While Muslim victims of federal surveillance and harassment power can sometimes count on the ACLU and others to defend their rights, said groups make it a point to refuse service to ordinary white people who have their civil liberties trampled.

The law's threshold for being put on the list is low. Under Rubio's legislation, being "investigated" for "domestic terrorism" -- a vaguely interpreted offense mainly defined by partisan journalists and NGOs -- which potentially millions of non-leftist Americans could be subjected to today, would nullify your ability to purchase a firearm.

Reporting done by Tucker Carlson Tonight recently revealed that the FBI collected the bank records of hundreds of people who traveled or made purchases in Washington DC on 1/6 without a warrant. A hotel worker who had attended the Trump rally near the Capitol but did not enter the building was investigated by the FBI, even though they had no probable cause to do so. The FBI would have the authority to put the aforementioned on this new list, without any meaningful checks and balances.

Rubio's brazen attack on the Second Amendment is a testament to the organizational decline of the National Rifle Association. In 2015, Senator Rubio, who at the time had Presidential ambitions, led the fight against Senate Democrats when they tried to pass an almost identical bill.

Today, Rubio somehow maintains an A+ rating on the NRA's website despite being a leading advocate for federal red flag laws and now. political blacklists that will disproportionately harm his own voters.

Laws like the Terror Intelligence Improvement Act are clogging up the Congressional agenda. Support for a dirty war against millions of red state Americans is bipartisan.

 

Stop Being Delusional

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They are labelling all of the right as domestic terrorists, not just jan 6th people, but all right wingers. Anyone who goes against what Biden is doing, what Gates is doing etc are all terrorists. I am glad to be on that list. Probably been on that list for a very, very long time. And I do not affiliate with any party, left nor right. Parties make me feel like I need to follow someone, and I do not like that feeling of needing to follow. I am a Leo 😉 what can I say. Haha. And I don’t trust the vast majority of people, so there is that too.
 
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Rubio has always been a weak-kneed Republican. Traditionally Hispanic males are machismo up until push comes to shove. Then they fold like a tent. Could you imagine if those brave Cubans, trying to escape Castro had the Rubio spine......they would have all perished on their flight from Communism. Sad..Marco...grow a pair or go home and open an enchilada stand.....
 

MarthaCable

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Rubio has always been a weak-kneed Republican. Traditionally Hispanic males are machismo up until push comes to shove. Then they fold like a tent. Could you imagine if those brave Cubans, trying to escape Castro had the Rubio spine......they would have all perished on their flight from Communism. Sad..Marco...grow a pair or go home and open an enchilada stand.....
Like Cheney Greedy Intentions while in Office representing their own interests and throwing the American Citizens under the Bus...
You’d think the Cheney’s already had enough. Anyone remember he had our Air Force stand down when he was told a threat was at hand on 911?
 

Patriot Lindell

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Not convicted, but “investigated.” And people are saying communism isn’t here. 🙄

Republican lawmaker Marco Rubio has reintroduced legislation that seeks to suspend the Second Amendment rights of any person who has been investigated for "terrorism" related offenses within 10 years of attempting a gun purchase.

The Senate bill, named the Terror Intelligence Improvement Act, was reentered last week in hopes of exploiting the hysteria surrounding the January 6th Capitol protests. The law intends to violate the civil liberties of American citizens who are not charged or convicted of a crime if somebody is deemed politically dangerous.

If passed, the law will grant the FBI and DNI the authority to draw up lists of US citizens arbitrarily labeled "domestic terrorists" and flag them during background checks. Those placed on the new watch list could be registered based solely on suspicion, even if an investigation fails to find evidence of criminal or "terrorist" wrongdoing. Federal courts that have examined the FBI's various "terrorist watch lists" uncovered that the Bureau regularly places law-abiding citizens on them because they don't like who they are or their political views.

While Rubio's bill does provide optional redress for those targeted to obtain counsel and fight their designation, it would require individuals not charged or convicted of a crime to have to spend enormous amounts of money and time and gamble on getting a judge that upholds the Constitution just so they can exercise their gun rights.

As ongoing challenges to comparatively weaker state red flag law abuses show, challenging such decisions or even figuring out how they're made is like pulling teeth.

The mixed record attorneys have had in combating the excesses of the Patriot Act since 2001 show that this mitigation option will largely be ignored by judges and those listed. While Muslim victims of federal surveillance and harassment power can sometimes count on the ACLU and others to defend their rights, said groups make it a point to refuse service to ordinary white people who have their civil liberties trampled.

The law's threshold for being put on the list is low. Under Rubio's legislation, being "investigated" for "domestic terrorism" -- a vaguely interpreted offense mainly defined by partisan journalists and NGOs -- which potentially millions of non-leftist Americans could be subjected to today, would nullify your ability to purchase a firearm.

Reporting done by Tucker Carlson Tonight recently revealed that the FBI collected the bank records of hundreds of people who traveled or made purchases in Washington DC on 1/6 without a warrant. A hotel worker who had attended the Trump rally near the Capitol but did not enter the building was investigated by the FBI, even though they had no probable cause to do so. The FBI would have the authority to put the aforementioned on this new list, without any meaningful checks and balances.

Rubio's brazen attack on the Second Amendment is a testament to the organizational decline of the National Rifle Association. In 2015, Senator Rubio, who at the time had Presidential ambitions, led the fight against Senate Democrats when they tried to pass an almost identical bill.

Today, Rubio somehow maintains an A+ rating on the NRA's website despite being a leading advocate for federal red flag laws and now. political blacklists that will disproportionately harm his own voters.

Laws like the Terror Intelligence Improvement Act are clogging up the Congressional agenda. Support for a dirty war against millions of red state Americans is bipartisan.

Then take antifia guns that they have been flashing since their first protest.
 

Patriot Lindell

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You’d think the Cheney’s already had enough. Anyone remember he had our Air Force stand down when he was told a threat was at hand on 911?
While we are fighting the Chinese Democrats right now, Cheney was on the Bush family mafia which I believe took out twin towers on purpose knowing people would die( collateral damage to get what they want and both sides of this are discusting. We could be such a great country if we imprisoned all these people and did what's best for USA. But greed is ruining everything.
 

Shellee

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A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD....now that O'Biden's "followers" are targeting conservatives...AND labeling all who attended the Jan. 6th rally "domestic terrorists"...regardless if they just stood outside & waved Trump flags, etc.
Well we know Rubio is a Rino !
 

Xray12

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So Rubio is joining in, Cheney is still there and calling people who question the election domestic terrorists, McCarthy is a Cheney supporter, FOX and Wallace show their disdain weekly for Trump voters, ....why again not start a 3rd Party? Why join with backstabbers?
 

LinCava

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Not convicted, but “investigated.” And people are saying communism isn’t here. 🙄

Republican lawmaker Marco Rubio has reintroduced legislation that seeks to suspend the Second Amendment rights of any person who has been investigated for "terrorism" related offenses within 10 years of attempting a gun purchase.

The Senate bill, named the Terror Intelligence Improvement Act, was reentered last week in hopes of exploiting the hysteria surrounding the January 6th Capitol protests. The law intends to violate the civil liberties of American citizens who are not charged or convicted of a crime if somebody is deemed politically dangerous.

If passed, the law will grant the FBI and DNI the authority to draw up lists of US citizens arbitrarily labeled "domestic terrorists" and flag them during background checks. Those placed on the new watch list could be registered based solely on suspicion, even if an investigation fails to find evidence of criminal or "terrorist" wrongdoing. Federal courts that have examined the FBI's various "terrorist watch lists" uncovered that the Bureau regularly places law-abiding citizens on them because they don't like who they are or their political views.

While Rubio's bill does provide optional redress for those targeted to obtain counsel and fight their designation, it would require individuals not charged or convicted of a crime to have to spend enormous amounts of money and time and gamble on getting a judge that upholds the Constitution just so they can exercise their gun rights.

As ongoing challenges to comparatively weaker state red flag law abuses show, challenging such decisions or even figuring out how they're made is like pulling teeth.

The mixed record attorneys have had in combating the excesses of the Patriot Act since 2001 show that this mitigation option will largely be ignored by judges and those listed. While Muslim victims of federal surveillance and harassment power can sometimes count on the ACLU and others to defend their rights, said groups make it a point to refuse service to ordinary white people who have their civil liberties trampled.

The law's threshold for being put on the list is low. Under Rubio's legislation, being "investigated" for "domestic terrorism" -- a vaguely interpreted offense mainly defined by partisan journalists and NGOs -- which potentially millions of non-leftist Americans could be subjected to today, would nullify your ability to purchase a firearm.

Reporting done by Tucker Carlson Tonight recently revealed that the FBI collected the bank records of hundreds of people who traveled or made purchases in Washington DC on 1/6 without a warrant. A hotel worker who had attended the Trump rally near the Capitol but did not enter the building was investigated by the FBI, even though they had no probable cause to do so. The FBI would have the authority to put the aforementioned on this new list, without any meaningful checks and balances.

Rubio's brazen attack on the Second Amendment is a testament to the organizational decline of the National Rifle Association. In 2015, Senator Rubio, who at the time had Presidential ambitions, led the fight against Senate Democrats when they tried to pass an almost identical bill.

Today, Rubio somehow maintains an A+ rating on the NRA's website despite being a leading advocate for federal red flag laws and now. political blacklists that will disproportionately harm his own voters.

Laws like the Terror Intelligence Improvement Act are clogging up the Congressional agenda. Support for a dirty war against millions of red state Americans is bipartisan.

Beware the definition of both "being investigated" and "terrorism". The second is SUBJECTIVE, the first can be anything including a complaint from an anti-gun co-worker or neighbor. If you doubt it, check with Second Amendment Foundation. They've seen it all.
I do not, nor have I ever trusted that Marco Rubio is FOR the PEOPLE under the auspices of OUR CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC. Most of those elected to serve, quickly forget that in a Constitutional Republic they must SERVE THE PEOPLE under the US CONSTITUTION. They do not rule--and yet, today in the United States we have a Congress who is making law in DEFIANCE of the protections of the PEOPLE under our US Constitution. They are making unconstitutional 'laws' and by the time they go through a SCOTUS process, horrific damage can be accomplished. This alone is why we should not pack the SCOTUS. The second amendment is where it is because it was meant to be UN-TAMPERED with; and yet it has, and continually comes under those who would RULE over us by folks just like Marco Rubio, making laws worded in ways that are subjective to their goal and NOT protected by the US Constitution. Make a law like that, the guns are gone. By the time it can EVER be corrected-which may never happen-the damage is done. Politicians often say they 'support the US Constitution', but when it comes to 2A, they often back down, or worse, use their elected seats and Official voices to break down 2A. Let them get rid of all those who defy our laws and damage public property in riots and the like. Does everyone understand that THOSE people also carry guns? Do you think they're "legal"? 2A is there so the people can protect themselves-INCLUSIVE of those electeds who would strip "We, The People" of 2A rights.
 

Son of Ireland

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Not convicted, but “investigated.” And people are saying communism isn’t here. 🙄

Republican lawmaker Marco Rubio has reintroduced legislation that seeks to suspend the Second Amendment rights of any person who has been investigated for "terrorism" related offenses within 10 years of attempting a gun purchase.

The Senate bill, named the Terror Intelligence Improvement Act, was reentered last week in hopes of exploiting the hysteria surrounding the January 6th Capitol protests. The law intends to violate the civil liberties of American citizens who are not charged or convicted of a crime if somebody is deemed politically dangerous.

If passed, the law will grant the FBI and DNI the authority to draw up lists of US citizens arbitrarily labeled "domestic terrorists" and flag them during background checks. Those placed on the new watch list could be registered based solely on suspicion, even if an investigation fails to find evidence of criminal or "terrorist" wrongdoing. Federal courts that have examined the FBI's various "terrorist watch lists" uncovered that the Bureau regularly places law-abiding citizens on them because they don't like who they are or their political views.

While Rubio's bill does provide optional redress for those targeted to obtain counsel and fight their designation, it would require individuals not charged or convicted of a crime to have to spend enormous amounts of money and time and gamble on getting a judge that upholds the Constitution just so they can exercise their gun rights.

As ongoing challenges to comparatively weaker state red flag law abuses show, challenging such decisions or even figuring out how they're made is like pulling teeth.

The mixed record attorneys have had in combating the excesses of the Patriot Act since 2001 show that this mitigation option will largely be ignored by judges and those listed. While Muslim victims of federal surveillance and harassment power can sometimes count on the ACLU and others to defend their rights, said groups make it a point to refuse service to ordinary white people who have their civil liberties trampled.

The law's threshold for being put on the list is low. Under Rubio's legislation, being "investigated" for "domestic terrorism" -- a vaguely interpreted offense mainly defined by partisan journalists and NGOs -- which potentially millions of non-leftist Americans could be subjected to today, would nullify your ability to purchase a firearm.

Reporting done by Tucker Carlson Tonight recently revealed that the FBI collected the bank records of hundreds of people who traveled or made purchases in Washington DC on 1/6 without a warrant. A hotel worker who had attended the Trump rally near the Capitol but did not enter the building was investigated by the FBI, even though they had no probable cause to do so. The FBI would have the authority to put the aforementioned on this new list, without any meaningful checks and balances.

Rubio's brazen attack on the Second Amendment is a testament to the organizational decline of the National Rifle Association. In 2015, Senator Rubio, who at the time had Presidential ambitions, led the fight against Senate Democrats when they tried to pass an almost identical bill.

Today, Rubio somehow maintains an A+ rating on the NRA's website despite being a leading advocate for federal red flag laws and now. political blacklists that will disproportionately harm his own voters.

Laws like the Terror Intelligence Improvement Act are clogging up the Congressional agenda. Support for a dirty war against millions of red state Americans is bipartisan.

Rubio the Rino needs to be Primaried
 

lascribe

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Not convicted, but “investigated.” And people are saying communism isn’t here. 🙄

Republican lawmaker Marco Rubio has reintroduced legislation that seeks to suspend the Second Amendment rights of any person who has been investigated for "terrorism" related offenses within 10 years of attempting a gun purchase.

The Senate bill, named the Terror Intelligence Improvement Act, was reentered last week in hopes of exploiting the hysteria surrounding the January 6th Capitol protests. The law intends to violate the civil liberties of American citizens who are not charged or convicted of a crime if somebody is deemed politically dangerous.

If passed, the law will grant the FBI and DNI the authority to draw up lists of US citizens arbitrarily labeled "domestic terrorists" and flag them during background checks. Those placed on the new watch list could be registered based solely on suspicion, even if an investigation fails to find evidence of criminal or "terrorist" wrongdoing. Federal courts that have examined the FBI's various "terrorist watch lists" uncovered that the Bureau regularly places law-abiding citizens on them because they don't like who they are or their political views.

While Rubio's bill does provide optional redress for those targeted to obtain counsel and fight their designation, it would require individuals not charged or convicted of a crime to have to spend enormous amounts of money and time and gamble on getting a judge that upholds the Constitution just so they can exercise their gun rights.

As ongoing challenges to comparatively weaker state red flag law abuses show, challenging such decisions or even figuring out how they're made is like pulling teeth.

The mixed record attorneys have had in combating the excesses of the Patriot Act since 2001 show that this mitigation option will largely be ignored by judges and those listed. While Muslim victims of federal surveillance and harassment power can sometimes count on the ACLU and others to defend their rights, said groups make it a point to refuse service to ordinary white people who have their civil liberties trampled.

The law's threshold for being put on the list is low. Under Rubio's legislation, being "investigated" for "domestic terrorism" -- a vaguely interpreted offense mainly defined by partisan journalists and NGOs -- which potentially millions of non-leftist Americans could be subjected to today, would nullify your ability to purchase a firearm.

Reporting done by Tucker Carlson Tonight recently revealed that the FBI collected the bank records of hundreds of people who traveled or made purchases in Washington DC on 1/6 without a warrant. A hotel worker who had attended the Trump rally near the Capitol but did not enter the building was investigated by the FBI, even though they had no probable cause to do so. The FBI would have the authority to put the aforementioned on this new list, without any meaningful checks and balances.

Rubio's brazen attack on the Second Amendment is a testament to the organizational decline of the National Rifle Association. In 2015, Senator Rubio, who at the time had Presidential ambitions, led the fight against Senate Democrats when they tried to pass an almost identical bill.

Today, Rubio somehow maintains an A+ rating on the NRA's website despite being a leading advocate for federal red flag laws and now. political blacklists that will disproportionately harm his own voters.

Laws like the Terror Intelligence Improvement Act are clogging up the Congressional agenda. Support for a dirty war against millions of red state Americans is bipartisan.

Primary Rubio! Begin campaign NOW!
 

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