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Today the Obama Administration and all his anti 2nd amendment gun grabbers, lost a major battle you probably won’t hear about on tonight’s evening news…

 

Mainstream Media has a way of leading people away from the events they do not want you to know.

On Sept. 25, U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, signed the U.N. arms treaty without the consent of the U.S. Senate.  Despite his signature, the gun restrictions Kerry thinks America “needs” will not become law.

Today, 49 U.S. Senators boldly told President Barack Hussein Obama that they refuse to approve the treaty. Like a breathe of fresh air for 2nd amendment supporters.

Article 2, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution requires 2/3 of the Senate to give their affirmative “advice and consent” before any treaty can be approved by the Senate and ratified by the President.

Here’s the scathing letter 49 legislators sent the President today.  Check the document and see if your senator respects your Second Amendment rights.

The members of Congress who affixed their names to the letter said they oppose making Americans register their weapons and equally stand against any foreign power having veto powers concerning internal American affairs.

They also reject giving any international commission the right to regulate the sale and ownership of American munitions.

Today, gun-grabbers in the Obama Administration lost a major battle you probably won’t hear about on tonight’s evening news… On Sept. 25, U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, signed the U.N. Arms Treaty without the consent of the U.S. Senate. Despite his signature, the gun restrictions Kerry thinks America “needs” will not become law. Today, 49 U.S. Senators boldly told President Barack Hussein Obama that they refuse to approve the treaty. Article 2, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution requires 2/3 of the Senate to give their affirmative “advice and consent” before any treaty can be approved by the Senate and ratified by the President. Here’s the scathing letter 49 legislators sent the President today. Check the document and see if your senator respects your Second Amendment rights. The members of Congress who affixed their names to the letter said they oppose making Americans register their weapons and equally stand against any foreign power having veto powers concerning internal American affairs. They also reject giving any international commission the right to regulate the sale and ownership of American munitions.

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Well this is NOT going to go well for the Resident in the White House, here comes the temper tantrum.... otherwise, 49 senators finally have some backbone. Whoooo...Rah for this round.....

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