USCCA Supports Red Flag Laws

BY Herschel Smith
3 months ago

The US Concealed Carry Association supports gun control.  Via reddit/firearms, this screen capture:

Remember that.  If you do not present a danger to yourself or others and are acting lawfully, there should be no reason to be concerned.

Unlike, say, if you lawfully defend yourself and the prosecutor wants to put you in prison anyway because the system is abused, necessitating a high-powered second amendment lawyer paid for by your USCCA dues.  That’s the only situation where abuse happens.  Or perhaps they know there will be abuse, and it’s another chance to score membership dues from the sheeple.  People will need those high-powered lawyers to get their guns back when they’ve been falsely accused of something.

What a bunch of hypocrites.  Hey, USCCA.  If you’re not careful, you’ll take up the mantle from the NRA as the most well-connected and well-financed gun control organization on earth.  Would that make you proud?

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  1. On April 22, 2019 at 10:16 pm, jim said:

    Got this back tonight after sending a little note to them…seems to be hanging it on ‘some staff’…
    =========================================
    Good Evening, Thank you for contacting the USCCA.

    No.

    The USCCA does not support red flag laws. They are unconstitutional and un-American. We have been hearing a lot about this from our members, and in response our President and Founder Tim Schmidt put out the following statement this morning:
    “I’ve recently discovered that some USCCA members are concerned with the recent passing of ‘Red Flag’ or Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) laws. I’ve also seen responses from USCCA / Delta Defense staff to social media posts & inquiries regarding these laws.

    Needless to say, ‘Red Flag’ & ERPO laws make me very nervous. I’m sure these laws are designed to protect innocent people. But in my opinion, they allow for the confiscation of firearms without adequate due process and force citizens to prove their innocence rather than forcing the state to prove that a person is guilty. Furthermore, it would be far too easy to abuse these laws.

    Imagine losing your right to own a gun because someone with an axe to grind simply claims that you’re a danger. It is for these reasons that I want every USCCA member to know and understand that we will always have your back if you’re ever in an unfounded ‘Red Flag’ or ERPO situation. As responsibly armed Americans, we will always be under attack from the forces of evil who wish to take guns away from ALL law-abiding Americans.

    Thank you.

    Sincerely, Timothy J. Schmidt Sr.
    President & Founder – USCCA”

    If you ever have any further questions please reply to this email or give us a call here at 855-388-4081.

    Take care and stay safe,
    Brock B. USCCA
    Social Care Advisor
    support@uscca.com 855-388-4081

  2. On April 23, 2019 at 8:49 am, Fred said:

    OK Tim, now fire everybody on your staff that doesn’t understand a man’s duty unto god and his subsequent rights. That you have to correct the record IS a problem. That you have people on your team that don’t understand the law IS a problem.

  3. On April 23, 2019 at 12:25 pm, BRVTVS said:

    If you do not present a danger to yourself or others and are acting lawfully, there should be no reason to be concerned. This woman who acted lawfully and presented no threat to herself or others, but the government pigs only took her kids, caused the loss of her job, then released her from the slammer after they realized the warrant had the wrong person. See, nothing to worry about. Oh well, every cop went home that day. That’s what really matters.

  4. On April 23, 2019 at 12:44 pm, BRVTVS said:

    Source: https://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2019/04/19/she-spent-week-jail-lost-her-job-and-her-kids-then-all-charges-were-dropped/3517829002/

  5. On April 24, 2019 at 8:32 pm, DAN III said:

    Fred@0849,

    IMO your comments are spot on.

    The problem I am having more than ever is this:

    Who does one trust anymore ?

  6. On April 25, 2019 at 7:36 am, Fred said:

    Dan III,
    If we read our Bible correctly a man can know, really know, only about 10 to 12 people at a time. If, over your lifetime, you have 2 or 3 friends, real, no matter what, dropdead, friends, then you are blessed more than most.

    It’s tough because in order garner that trust ourselves we have to be willing to be vulnerable by telling the truth no matter what. Most people don’t want the truth. They like it in there self built walls of beliefs, myself included.

    Outside of a small band, humans can share a common goal especially with a common enemy, but no, you can’t really trust anybody but a close few. The whole idea of mass trust and the notion that humans are ‘generally good people’ are just lies communists tell each other to make themselves feel good. The Bible, history, and nature teach us differently.

    “Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.”

  7. On April 29, 2019 at 8:09 am, DAN III said:

    Fred@0736,

    Thank you for your response to me. Your comments are words of wisdom and refreshing.

    Apologies for my delayed comment to you. I am not online regularly. Only read your reply just recently.

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