Liberals in this country are on a mission to destroy the Second Amendment and steal as many guns as possible.

This summer, they came one step closer to this goal in Oregon, where Democrat lawmakers just passed a massive gun confiscation bill.

Breitbart reported that the bill, which is sponsored by Sen. Brian Boquist (R-Dallas),

allows a judge to issue an ex parte ruling for the confiscation of an individual’s firearms.

The SB 719 bill has now passed Oregon’s House and Senate, and it creates an Extreme Risk Protection Order,

which forces the subject of the order to hand over all firearms, as well as his concealed carry permit if he possesses one.

This ERPO could be obtained by a law enforcement officer, family member, or household member in

an ex parte hearing to deprive someone of their Second Amendment rights without due process of the law.

Though Boquist has argued that his bill “is not confiscation,” the language of SB 719 says differently:

“Requires court to order respondent to surrender deadly weapons and concealed handgun license

within 24 hours of service of initial order, and immediately upon service of continued or renewed order.

Provides for law enforcement officer serving order to request immediate surrender of deadly weapons

and concealed handgun license and authorizes law enforcement officer to take possession of surrendered items.”

If a requirement for “immediate surrender” of firearms and concealed carry license upon

issue of an ex parte ruling is not confiscation, I don’t know what is!

Gov. Kate Brown did not comment on the bill when she signed it into law.

However, she had previously said that the law is the “best way that a person who is at risk of

harming themselves or others is identified, while still ensuring their rights are protected by a court review.”

This is, of course, nonsense.

“By allowing a law enforcement officer, family member, or household member to seek the

[new law, it] would allow people who are not mental health professionals, who may be mistaken and

who may only have minimal contact with the respondent to file a petition with the court and testify on

the respondent’s state of mind,” the NRA’s legislative lobby arm said.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *