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ALARMING: Top Democrat Requests UN Troops On Our Land To Deal With Second Amendment Rights Once And For All

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Cook County commissioner, Democrat Richard Boykin has shown his intentions to collaborate with the United Nations, instead of President Donald Trump.

According to a local station WBBM, this Thursday, he issued a statement in which he said:

I’m hoping to appeal to the U.N to actually come to Chicago and meet with victims of violence, and maybe even possibly help out in terms of peacekeeping efforts because I think it’s so critical for us to make sure that these neighborhoods are safe.

He continued:

So we must protect these population groups, and that is what the United Nations does. They are a peacekeeping force. They know all about keeping the peace, and so we’re hopeful that they’ll hear our appeal.

From Conservative Tribune:

I appreciate his desire to help the black community in Chicago, but why seek help from the U.N. when Trump has already reportedly sent an additional 20 agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives … To Chicago to help in the effort at cracking down on gun crime and the repeat criminals who routinely commit such crimes? The president has also proposed sending in the National Guard, though the city’s left-wing mayor, Rahm Emmanuel, rudely rejected this offer in January.

According to the Chicago Tribune, he also said: We are going through a process of reinvigorating community policing, building trust between relationships in the community and law enforcement.

The NRA’s Institute For Legislative Action noted:
NRA has been engaged at the United Nations and elsewhere internationally in response to overreaching small arms initiatives for two decades. During this time, when have been actively opposing transnational efforts that would limit Americans’ Second Amendment Freedoms.

This once again shows the anti-gun and anti-Second amendment policies of the United Nations. No matter what happens, we encourage President Donald Trump to protect our Constitutional rights.

h/t Conservative Tribune

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