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After Obama’s Gun Control Announcement, Charlie Daniels had a Brilliant Response

On Tuesday, Barack Obama stood before the cameras and spoke to the nation spewing lies as he announced his unconstitutional edicts, which he refers to as executive actions, to attack and begin the dismantling of the Second Amendment in his attempt to fulfill his promise to ‘fundamentally transform America.’

Although Obama claims that his gun control plan is consistent with the Second Amendment, or something, clearly he has failed to read the key words within the amendment, “shall not be infringed.” Plus, that is a flat out lie.

Following Obama’s press conference, country music legend Charlie Daniels took to Twitter to call Obama out for his immense hypocrisy in actions that are quite obviously contradictory.

Obama if you’re so worried about criminals why did you just turn thousands of them back out on the street

— Charlie Daniels (@CharlieDaniels) January 5, 2016

RELATED: Obama: Gun Control Executive Orders are ‘Entirely Consistent’ with Constitution. Here’s Why That’s a LIE

Criminals don’t obey laws. That’s why they are criminals. There was a law that they failed to obey. So, contrary to what Obama and his ilk want you to believe, gun control will not eliminate gun violence. It will not curtail criminality.

What it will do, however, is put innocent, law-abiding Americans in harms way, leaving them unable to defend themselves against a criminal with a gun if they are left without theirs.

RELATED: Country Music Legend Scorches Obama: ‘Your Petulance is Unbecoming’

h/t The Gateway Pundit

 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.


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