December 28th, 2012

CONFIRMED: Feinstein’s Gun Control Legislation Will Ban Most Guns


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This article was originally published at Activist Post

Just as many Second Amendment advocates have anticipated, gun control legislation being proposed by Senator Feinstein has gone far beyond what has become known as “assault rifles”. In fact the proposed law would ban almost every type of semiautomatic gun on the market including handguns and shotguns.

Feinstein is clearly trying to expand the definition of assault weapons to just about every firearm by claiming if they have “high-capacity ammunition feeding devices” then they are “military-style assault weapons”.

The following is a summary of the 2013 legislation:

Bans the sale, transfer, importation, or manufacturing of:

  • 120 specifically-named firearms;
  • Certain other semiautomatic rifles, handguns, shotguns that can accept a detachable magazine and have one or more military characteristics; and
  • Semiautomatic rifles and handguns with a fixed magazine that can accept more than 10 rounds.

Strengthens the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban and various state bans by:

  • Moving from a 2-characteristic test to a 1-characteristic test;
  • Eliminating the easy-to-remove bayonet mounts and flash suppressors from the characteristics test; and
  • Banning firearms with “thumbhole stocks” and “bullet buttons” to address attempts to “work around” prior bans.
  • Bans large-capacity ammunition feeding devices capable of accepting more than 10 rounds.

Protects legitimate hunters and the rights of existing gun owners by:

  • Grandfathering weapons legally possessed on the date of enactment;
  • Exempting over 900 specifically-named weapons used for hunting or sporting purposes; and
  • Exempting antique, manually-operated, and permanently disabled weapons.

Requires that grandfathered weapons be registered under the National Firearms Act, to include:

  • Background check of owner and any transferee;
  • Type and serial number of the firearm;
  • Positive identification, including photograph and fingerprint;
  • Certification from local law enforcement of identity and that possession would not violate State or local law; and
  • Dedicated funding for ATF to implement registration.

A .pdf of the bill summary is available here.

Even if this proposed legislation is negotiated down from its current draconian state, the writing is on the wall. The powers that be want to confiscate nearly all weapons from free citizens, while their hired enforcers will continue to have access to them.




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23 Responses to “CONFIRMED: Feinstein’s Gun Control Legislation Will Ban Most Guns”

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  1. 1
    Cameron Says:

    Someone, please stop this sick lady. Hussein Obama must be stopped as well. If this is passed we have no way of protecting our free land. Our children will suffer the most. People please we must do something!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. 2
    Robert Fowler Says:

    Fineswine must be trying to start a shooting war. If she does, she’s not going to like the outcome. A large percentage of LEO’s have stated that they will not confiscate guns from citizens. They know that it would be a suicide mission and no one want to volunteer to be the first one to die.

  3. 3
    Cal Says:

    Time to recall her for NOT keeping her US or State oaths as her position requires.

    Plus she’s a treasonous old biddy!

  4. 4
    Cal Says:

    I’d rather she was arrested /smile

  5. 5
    Ray Says:

    She must think that the Criminal Black Booted thugs of homo security are going to protect her from swinging from an American Oak Tree for High Treason. Their greatest concern will be trying to fill their ranks from taking causitiles.

  6. 6
    Mike Says:

    And who would be required to do the Terry frisk??? Leaves me shaking and shuddering….

  7. 7
    Ed Warden Says:

    What we need is a massive protest in every town, city, and state building just like the ANTI-GUN, ANTI CONSTITUTION wipes do. They get their message across, while PRO GUNNERS SIT.

  8. 8
    James C. Ferris Says:

    This is because of the MURDERS of Newtown and they think it is a turning point to take our guns. They should be charged with the crime for not providing security for the Twenty children that were MURDERED Five, Six, and seven year old children should not be in a unsecured area at any time and the reason the COWARD chose a school is because guns are not allowed in the school and no one would shoot back. The solution to this problen has been known for Forty years and was solved by the Iaraels in 1970 when they had the problem, they armed all the teachers and adults and have not had the problen since. We should promote conceled carry for more people, if we had 20% of us armed it wouldbe like having a cop on every corner and the teachers should be armed and a sign at the school indicating that the school is armed and it would stop all of that crap. But the dammed senate [Deleted by Editor] will not let that happen and that is why it is time to take over like they did in 1776.

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    Matt Bugg Says:

    There is a petitions for the white house Try Senator Dianne Feinstein in a Federal Court For Treason To The Constitution ..
    https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/try-senator-dianne-feinstein-federal-court-treason-constitution/TVq4dXPg

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    Cal Says:

    @James

    Actually there is enough changes in the “descriptions” of what happened, how many shooters was found where, changes from the original news reports, coroner reports, etc to make me think this was “aided” by those currently occupying places within our gov.

    By Prof. James F. Tracy
    Global Research, December 25, 2012
    Url of this article:
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-sandy-hook-school-massacre-unanswered-questions-and-missing-information/5316776

    An especially important yet greatly underreported feature of the Sandy Hook affair is the wholly bizarre performance of Connecticut’s top medical examiner H. Wayne Carver II at a December 15 press conference. Carver’s unusual remarks and behavior warrant close consideration because in light of his professional notoriety they appear remarkably amateurish and out of character.

    H. Wayne Carver II has an extremely self-assured, almost swaggering presence in Connecticut state administration. In early 2012 Carver threatened to vacate his position because of state budget cuts and streamlining measures that threatened his professional autonomy over the projects and personnel he oversaw.

    Along these lines the pathologist has gone to excessive lengths to demonstrate his findings and expert opinion in court proceedings. For example, in a famous criminal case Carver “put a euthanized pig through a wood chipper so jurors could match striations on the bone fragments with the few ounces of evidence that prosecutors said were on the remains of the victim.”[4] One would therefore expect Carver to be in his element while identifying and verifying the exact ways in which Sandy Hook’s children and teachers met their violent demise.

    Yet the H. Wayne Carver who showed up to the December 15 press conference is an almost entirely different man, appearing apprehensive and uncertain, as if he is at a significant remove from the postmortem operation he had overseen. The multiple gaffes, discrepancies, and hedges in response to reporters’ astute questions suggest that he is either under coercion or an imposter. While the latter sounds untenable it would go a long way in explaining his sub-pedestrian grasp of medical procedures and terminology.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zE0OT5od9DA
    With this in mind extended excerpts from this exchange are worthy of recounting here in print. Carver is accompanied by Connecticut State Police Lieutenant H. Paul Vance and additional Connecticut State Police personnel. The reporters are off-screen and thus unidentified so I have assigned them simple numerical identification based on what can be discerned of their voices.

    Reporter #1: So the rifle was the primary weapon?
    H. Wayne Carver: Yes.
    Reporter #1: [Inaudible]
    Carver: Uh (pause). Question was what caliber were these bullets. And I know—I probably know more about firearms than most pathologists but if I say it in court they yell at me and don’t make me answer [sic]—so [nervous laughter]. I’ll let the police do that for you.
    Reporter #2: Doctor can you tell us about the nature of the wounds. Were they at very close range? Were the children shot at from across the room?
    Carver: Uhm, I only did seven of the autopsies. The victims I had ranged from three to eleven wounds apiece and I only saw two of them with close range shooting. Uh, but that’s, uh y’know, a sample. Uh, I really don’t have detailed information on the rest of the injuries.
    [Given that Carver is Connecticut’s top coroner and in charge of the entire postmortem this is a startling admission.-JT]

    Reporter #3: But you said that the long rifle was used?
    Carver: Yes.
    Reporter #3: But the long rifle was discovered in the car.
    State Police Lieutenant Vance: That’s not correct, sir.
    Unidentified reporter #4: How many bullets or bullet fragments did you find in the autopsy. Can you tell us that?
    Carver: Oh. I’m lucky I can tell you how many I found. I don’t know. There were lots of them, OK? This type of weapon is not, uh … the bullets are designed in such a fashion that the energy—this is very clinical. I shouldn’t be saying this. But the energy is deposited in the tissue so the bullet stays in [the tissue].

    [In fact, the Bushmaster .223 Connecticut police finally claimed was used in the shooting is designed for long range field use and utilizes high velocity bullets averaging 3,000 feet-per-second, the energy of which even at considerable distance would penetrate several bodies before finally coming to rest in tissue.]

    Reporter #5: How close were the injuries?
    Carver: Uh, all the ones (pause). I believe say, yes [sic].
    Reporter #6: In what shape were the bodies when the families were brought to check [inaudible].
    Carver: Uh, we did not bring the bodies and the families into contact. We took pictures of them, uhm, of their facial features. We have, uh, uh—it’s easier on the families when you do that. Un, there is, uh, a time and place for the up close and personal in the grieving process, but to accomplish this we thought it would be best to do it this way and, uh, you can sort of, uh … You can control a situation depending on the photographer, and I have very good photographers. Uh, but uh—
    Reporter #7: Do you know the difference of the time of death between the mother in the house and the bodies recovered [in the school].
    Carver: Uh, no, I don’t. Sorry [shakes head excitedly] I don’t! [embarrassed laugh]
    Reporter #8: Did the gunman kill himself with the rifle?
    Carver: No. I—I don’t know yet. I’ll-I’ll examine him tomorrow morning. But, but I don’t think so.

    [Why has Carver left arguably the most important specimen for last? And why doesn't he think Lanza didn't commit suicide with the rifle?]

    Reporter #9: In terms of the children, were they all found in one classroom or—
    Carver: Uhm … [inaudible] [Turns to Lieutenant Vance] Paul and company will deal with that.
    Reporter #9: What?
    Carver: Paul and company will deal with that. Lieutenant Vance is going to handle that one.
    Reporter #10: Was there any evidence of a struggle? Any bruises?
    Carver: No.
    Reporter #11: The nature of the shooting; is there any sense that there was a lot of care taken with precision [inaudible] or randomly?
    Carver: [Exhales while glancing upward, as if frustrated] Both. It’s a very difficult question to answer … You’d think after thousands of people I’ve seen shot but I … It’s … If I attempted to answer it in court there’d be an objection and then they’d win—[nervous laughter].

    [Who would win? Why does an expert whose routine job as a public employee is to provide impartial medical opinion concerned with winning and losing in court? Further, Carver is not in court but rather at a press conference.]

    Reporter #12: Doctor, can you discuss the fatal injuries to the adults?
    Carver: Ah, they were similar to those of the children.
    Reporter #13: Doctor, the children you had autopsied, where in the bodies were they hit?
    Carver: Uhm [pause]. All over. All over.
    Reporter #14: Were [the students] sitting at their desks or were they running away when this happened?
    Carver: I’ll let the guys who—the scene guys talk—address that issue. I, uh, obviously I was at the scene. Obviously I’m very experienced in that. But there are people who are, uh, the number one professionals in that. I’ll let them—let that [voice trails off].
    Reporter [#15]: How many boys and how many girls [were killed]?
    Carver: [Slowly shaking his head] I don’t know.

    After Adam Lanza fatally shot and killed his mother at his residence, he drove himself to the elementary school campus, arriving one half hour after classes had commenced. Dressed in black, Lanza proceeds completely unnoticed through an oddly vacant parking lot with a military style rifle and shoots his way through double glass doors and a brand new yet apparently poorly engineered security system.

    Further, initial press accounts suggest how no school personnel or students heard gunshots and no 911 calls are made until after Lanza begins firing inside the facility. “It was a lovely day,” Sandy Hook fourth grade teacher Theodore Varga said. And then, suddenly and unfathomably, gunshots rang out. “I can’t even remember how many,” Varga said.

    The recollection contrasts sharply with an updated version of Lanza’s arrival where at 9:30AM he walked up to the front entrance and fired at least a half dozen rounds into the glass doors. The thunderous sound of Lanza blowing an opening big enough to walk through the locked school door caused Principal Dawn Hochsprung and school psychologist Mary Scherlach to bolt from a nearby meeting room to investigate. He shot and killed them both as they ran toward him.

    Breaching the school’s security system in such a way would have likely triggered some automatic alert of school personnel. Further, why would the school’s administrators run toward an armed man who has just noisily blasted his way into the building?

    Two other staff members attending the meeting with Hocksprung and Scherlach sustained injuries “in the hail of bullets” but returned to the aforementioned meeting room and managed a call to 911

    This contrasted with earlier reports where the first 911 call claimed students “were trapped in a classroom with the adult shooter who had two guns.”[7] Recordings of the first police dispatch following the 911 call at 9:35:50 indicate that someone “thinks there’s someone shooting in the building.”[8] There is a clear distinction between potentially hearing shots somewhere in the building and being almost mortally caught in a “hail of bullets.”

    Photographic and video evidence is at once profuse yet lacking in terms of its capacity to demonstrate that a mass shooting took place on the scale described by authorities. For example, in an era of ubiquitous video surveillance of public buildings especially no visual evidence of Lanza’s violent entry has emerged.

    And while studio snapshots of the Sandy Hook victims abound there is little if any eyewitness testimony of anyone who’s observed the corpses except for Carver and his staff, and they appear almost as confused about the conditions of the deceased as any layperson watching televised coverage of the event. Nor are there any routine eyewitness, photo or video evidence of the crime scene’s aftermath—broken glass, blasted security locks and doors, bullet casings and holes, bloodied walls and floors—all of which are common in such investigations and reportage

    I don’t know, anyone else? Because if those occupying positions within our gov did this, this is MURDER (capitalized, in bold). But also wawy more then that.

    Oddly enough medical personnel are forced to set up their operation not at the school where the dead and injured lay, but rather at the fire station several hundred feet away. This flies in the face of standard medical operating procedure where personnel are situated as close to the scene as possible. There is no doubt that the school had ample room to accommodate such personnel. Yet medical responders who rushed to Sandy Hill Elementary upon receiving word of the tragedy were denied entry to the school and forced to set up primary and secondary triages off school grounds and wait for the injured to be brought to them.

    Shortly after the shooting “as other ambulances from neighboring communities rolled up, sirens blaring, the first responders slowly realized that their training would be tragically underutilized on this horrible day. ‘You may not be able to save everybody, but you damn well try,’” 44 year old emergency medical technician James Wolff told NBC News. “’And when (we) didn’t have the opportunity to put our skills into action, it’s difficult.’”

    In light of this, who were the qualified medical practitioners pronounced the 20 children and 7 adults dead? Who decided that none could be revived? Carver and his staff are apparently the only medical personnel to have attended to the victims—yet this was in the postmortem conducted several hours later. Such slipshod handling of the crime scene leaves the State of Connecticut open to a potential array of hefty civil claims by families of the slain.

    Does this sound right to anyone?

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