This is How They Handle Dissent in Jersey

On April 30, 2013, Second Amendment activist James Kaleda was forcibly ejected by armed guards from a hearing in Trenton, NJ. He was making decent points. He wasn’t belligerent or violent. But he was tossed out by armed government agents – and he only got heated when he was interrupted in the middle of his testimony. Deprived of First Amendment rights to petition government for a redress of grievances by armed guards, while being deprived of his Second Amendment rights.

Welcome to Jersey, where respect for the Constitution is tossed out in favor of power-hungry politicians’ power hungry power grabs.

h/t: Guns Save Lives

4 responses

  1. If New Jersey cops will enforce their insane gun laws, then why not pee on the rest of the Constitution as well? New Jersey…the state you can go to jail for possessing a hollow point bullet.

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  2. Tar. Feathers. Rail. Some assembly required.

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  3. Although I usually have a (polite) disagreement with your statements, I agree 100% with you on this. This guy got hosed and he simply was passionate about his subject, that is disgraceful they shut him down and threw him out.

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