Colion Noir on universal background checks–'Side Effects' (VIDEO)

The background check system isn’t really designed to keep guns out of the hands of prohibited persons — the definition of which can change at the stroke of a pen — it’s there to protect gun dealers from making an illegal transaction.

On top of everything else, they’re completely unenforceable.

But there’s also a moral case against mandatory background checks: they essentially revoke Second Amendment protections — universally — by stating that no one has the right to keep and bear arms without first getting the OK from the ATF — and paying a fee to have that right. If this were applied to any other Constitutional rights, there’d be uproar.

If you want more check out and Colion Noir’s website and YouTube channel.

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