Vets told they can ‘buy back’ 2nd Amendment rights

June 6, 2015 @

Veterans32A legal team investigating the Obama administration’s order that certain American military veterans deemed “incompetent” give up their weapons says the problem is worse than expected.

People who live with veterans now are being ordered not to possess a gun, and some veterans are told they can “buy back” their Second Amendment rights by giving up their veterans’ benefits.

“This is simply unbelievable, On the one hand the [Veterans Administration] and the FBI have found veterans to be mentally ill and too dangerous to be allowed to own firearms, while on the other hand allowing these allegedly dangerous people to buy their firearms rights back,” wrote Michael Connelly, executive director of the United States Justice Foundation in a report.

Read more at WND By Bob Unruh.

5 Comments → “Vets told they can ‘buy back’ 2nd Amendment rights”


  1. william

    1 year ago

    It’s all too simple; the “top tier” bankers and politicians know about Nibiru, they are ready to crawl into their underground facilities built over the last 60 years,they want to make sure no body can stop ’em or take their place so vets, Christians and constitutionalists are labeled the biggest terror threat in the U.S., they have the fema camps ready when the balloon goes up this September, and meanwhile they distract us with Isis, Catlin and politics.
    Things will be worse next April when we’re flipped bass-ackwards by Nibiru’s gravitational pull and debris field on it’s way out of our solar system.

    Maybe I’m wrong, or just paranoid, but if you got a better explanation, I’m all ears!


  2. M W Baumeister

    1 year ago

    Is anyone noticing the sunsets range moving north year after year?


  3. Rip

    1 year ago

    With any luck, when the earth settles back into a stable spin, the the entrances to their underground bunkers will be under the new polar ice caps.


  4. borg

    1 year ago

    This is extortion.


  5. DC M

    1 year ago

    The “Buy back” is it just that the VA says no gun due to MH Dx for beackground check and if they give up VA care they can possibly get another Md to say they are well/ stable enough?

    This doesn’t seem to make any sense other wise.

    …BUT if there are such written rules, policies, laws where are they? We should all read them and help get them fixed .


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