Folks, this is what a country looks like without the 2nd Amendment

rape whistle, gun
rape whistle, gun

If you think that our 2nd Amendment isn’t really that important anymore, I mean, who really needs a militia these days anyway? And who needs self-protection when you have the police, right? Take a look at what a country without our 2nd Amendment protections looks like:

British citizens seeking advice on what’s legal to use for self-defense found some answers at www.askthe.police.uk, a website sponsored and operated by the government’s Police National Legal Database.

Question 589: Are there any legal self-defence products that I can buy?

Answer: The only fully legal self-defence product … is a rape alarm.

There may be other products, according to the website, but they haven’t been fully tested and “if you purchase one you must be aware … there is always the possibility that you will arrested and detained until the product, its contents and legality, can be verified.”

You can read the full report here at TheNewAmerican. Don’t you think it’s about time you stood up for the 2nd Amendment?

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