Obama Endorses Australian-Style Gun Confiscation

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The President even went as far as praising Australia’s gun confiscation program, claiming that “very severe” gun laws have helped the country.

“Couple of decades ago, Australia had a mass shooting, similar to Columbine or Newtown,” Obama said. “And Australia just said, well, that’s it, we’re not doing, we’re not seeing that again, and basically imposed very severe, tough gun laws, and they haven’t had a mass shooting since.”

Earlier that day, White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters that the President is “always” looking for ways to “unilaterally” act on gun control.

“The president’s goal is to look for opportunities to act administratively, unilaterally using his executive authority to try to make our communities safer,” Earnest said.

In reality, the President’s comments and actions once again conflict with actual statistics regarding gun crimes.

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9 thoughts on “Obama Endorses Australian-Style Gun Confiscation”

  1. Imagine what he would do if the Republicans in the House were not blocking him?

    • That is part of the problem. I think the Republicans are afraid of him. They are too willing to negotiate compromises.

  2. I find it very suspicious that all the problems disappear after gun control. What exactly does that say about trigger events from behind the scenes letter agencies and prescription drugs?
    Australia is also mostly in cities on the Eastern Coast. How about people in the outback? Are they without guns also?
    An invasion would keep people without guns from acting. So the entire place could go under as fast as a task force could go from coast to coast. Think I will pass on living there.
    Lots of luck protecting the country from an invader.

    • And actually overall crime has gotten much worse in Australia since their gun ban went into effect.

        • I know that the UK outlaws knives, but I don’t think that is the case in Australia.

          But I could be wrong.

          • I brought my Dad’s pocket knife back from the UK after his funeral. He also had a St. Christopher Medal he kept all through WWII. I got that too. I did pack the knife in my luggage so that security did not go off or something like that.
            I believe that Angels look after us. The medal is a symbol of that guidance by the good lord’s servants.
            As to enforcing such rules outside the cities, that is an open joke. Most ranchers could show you nests of the most venomous snakes known to man in the outback of Australia. There is a legitimate need for proper weapons in the outback.

            Citizens of the UK are sheep for the most part. Other parts of the empire, not so much. The UK has a serious overpopulation problem. The only other place I have seen people packed so thick is Hong Kong.

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