Feds’ Gun-Grab Plan Ignites Protest In Idaho

August 8, 2015 @

Dozens of people, including the local sheriff, gathered outside a Navy veteran’s home in Idaho this week because of their worries a federal gun grab program may have authorities confiscating his guns – in what may be the first public protest to a strategy on which WND has been reporting for two years.

That strategy simply is for federal bureaucrats to find someone receiving federal benefits, such as a veteran, send a letter that she or she is incompetent and a manager is being appointed to handle those benefits.

And then note, because of the designation, that person no longer is allowed to buy or have a gun.

The public protest caught the attention of Associated Press.

The wire service reported the northern Idaho residents “lined up outside a U.S. Navy veteran’s house … to protest claims that federal officials are planning on confiscating the man’s weapons.”

WND Article by Bob Unruh (Read Article Here)

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