"For fifty dollars I can have any man in New York killed," said the late "Big Tim" Sullivan*, popular [treasonous] statesman, explaining to this writer why he had introduced his bill to forbid owning pistols and to eliminate the constitutional provision about the right to bear arms. In New York yesterday a professional esiminal confessed twenty murders. Thirty dollars is a fair price for a killing among the "professionals."So then, the answer was to leave the people defenseless, by arbitrary deprivation of a constitutionally secured right? Thus giving the criminally minded predators a wide open field to hunt in without fear of reprisal? Yeah, that worked out real well, now didn't it? It worked out equally as well for Chicago and D.C., right?
- The Washington Times, Washington, Monday Evening, September 12, 1921. Pg. 1.
How many deaths are these evil bastards like 'sullivan' guilty of? THOUSANDS. People that might have had a very good chance at defending themselves against the soul-less predators. Were arbitrarily denied that RIGHT by treasonously inconsiderate 'public servants'. The courts that didn't overturn this treason are equally culpable. As well as all of the 'law makers' that could have voted the unconstitutional 'act' out of existance, but have not. They are ALL guilty of treason. In addition to aiding and abetting in God only knows how many murders, rapes, burglaries, muggings, assaults, etc. ALL of these 'public sevants' are guilty, and worthy of the appropriate punishment.
* - The Sullivan Act, also known as the Sullivan Law, is a gun control law in New York State. Upon first passage, the Sullivan Act required licenses for New Yorkers to possess firearms small enough to be concealed. Possession of such firearms without a license was a misdemeanor, and carrying them was a felony. The possession or carrying of weapons such as brass knuckles, sandbags, blackjacks, bludgeons or bombs was a felony, as was possessing or carrying a dagger, "dangerous knife" or razor "with intent to use the same unlawfully". Named for its primary legislative sponsor, state senator Timothy Sullivan, a notoriously corrupt Tammany Hall politician, it dates to 1911, and is still in force, making it one of the older existing gun control laws in the United States.--From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia