Biden and ATF Backdoor Shadow Operation Surfaces


A coalition of 51 Second Amendment supporting conservative Republicans are furious about Biden regime “backdoor” plots to create a gun registry. The “law” says that’s totally illegal. When those entrusted to make the laws get away with breaking them all day instead, it proves “rule of law” has collapsed. Americans, it seems, are on their own. If Joe Biden and the Democrats want anarchy, eventually they will get it. This is a great way to start.

Backdoor weapon registry

A necessary part of open-borders New World Order global domination is disarming the masses. Before they can grab the guns, the storm troopers need to know where they’re stashed, who is stashing them, and how insistently “patriotic” they are about handing them over.

The Deep State Federal Bureau of Instigation has a big reason for needing a backdoor gun ownership list, even if it is illegal. In most of rural America, they predict getting the bullets back first, a few at a time. In short, metered bursts. Gun toting libertarians are convinced that “gun control” means hitting what you aim at.

House Republican Michael Cloud dictated to his assistant what was on the minds of 50 other Republicans, who all signed off on it. The nastygram they mailed to the guy currently acting like an ATF Director, Marvin Richardson, was dripping venom from every letter.

The Republicans allege that “the Biden administration is attempting to create a federal gun registry through backdoor policy enforcement.” That’s illegal, they note. Unless the palace wants to finally admit we don’t really have laws anymore, only imperial decrees.

“Congress enacted a prohibition on the creation of a federal gun registry that could allow the government to target American citizens who own guns,” the letter begins. “We are concerned that this Administration is leveraging its power in a way to establish a federal gun registry.”

Biden wants to shove it in through the backdoor. Political sodomy is ignored just as easily as the old fashioned kind. “According to recently published documents, the ATF has collected 54.7 million records in FY 2021 alone.”


No centralized databases

It’s bad enough, the Republicans note, that “current regulations require FFLs (Federal Firearms Licensees) to send firearm transaction records to the ATF when an FFL goes out of business.” Adding backdoor sneakiness is a step to far.

“However, Congress has also made it clear in the Firearms Owners’ Protection Act that the federal government shall not create a federal gun registry and has prohibited ATF from creating any centralized databases with its funding.” They aren’t happy.

“It is an outrage that the federal government would maintain such extensive records of law-abiding citizens’ law-abiding firearm transfers.”

Shoving gun grabbing preliminaries in through the backdoor without any grease makes them squeal like a pig. “This means that 100% of all lawful commercial firearm transfers would eventually end up in an ATF computer system, thereby creating a permanent database.”

This backdoor buggery of Lady Liberty herself “gives us serious cause for concern that the Biden Administration is intent on creating a federal gun registry by circumventing the legislative process.” They demand answers to some sharply pointed questions. ATF needs to explain pronto how many records they’re sitting on, how many they processed for computer handling, how many have been used against Americans in court, and all the nasty details of when how and why they were used. Let’s see if they actually get any answers.

The list of heavy hitters on the list who sent the letter are: Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie, New Jersey Rep. Jeff Van Drew, Texas Reps. Ronny Jackson and Chip Roy, Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs, Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert, New York Rep. Elise Stefanik, Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, Utah Rep. Burgess Owens, and North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn.


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