“People have to understand that we are not opposed to photo identification in a vacuum,” he continued. “But when it is used in — certain ways to disenfranchise particular groups of people, whether by racial designation, ethnic origin, or for partisan reasons, that from my perspective is problematic.”And the push to legalize illegal alien invaders continues as well, with top American leaders openly supporting these lawbreakers and openly associating them in defiance of the law.
Meanwhile, FoxNews.com reported on how a newspaper organization discussed the possibility of creating a database of law-abiding firearm owners so it could identify and track them:
A national newspaper chain with nearly 100 publications and 1.6 million readers is considering building “state-by-state databases” on concealed weapons permit holders, according to an internal e-mail.
The plan, laid out in an email from a top editor at North Carolina-based Civitas Media, could be similar to a controversial project a New York state newspaper carried out in 2012 which included an online map that identified gun owners in two counties by name and address. Civitas’ database project was detailed in a Jan. 19 e-mail to newsrooms across the chain, which has papers in 11 states, including Ohio, Illinois and Pennsylvania.
The newest project “examines the explosion of ‘conceal and carry’ gun permits across the U.S.,” wrote Jim Lawitz, Civitas’ director of content, in an e-mail first obtained by the Buckeye Firearms Association. “Through public records act requests, we will attempt to build state-by-state databases that list those who have the right to carry a concealed weapon.”Civitas Media later told FoxNews.com that it will not follow through with this project idea.
This proposal was similar to what a Gannett-owned newspaper organization did in 2012.
This shows that while American politicians and leaders will oppose measures to ensure accurate and legal election process with voter ID, and while they will side with illegal alien invaders, they view law-abiding citizens and the Second Amendment in a much different light.
Expect politicians, pundits, and media leaders to continue fighting for those breaking the law while simultaneously fighting against or undermining their own, law-abiding constituents.