Stumped: DHS’ Jeh Johnson Can’t Name Gun Law that Could’ve Stopped Mateen

eys of grannyI find this so very telling of the mind set of those who sit in rule over us. Their solution to *gun* violence is to take the guns from those who can protect themselves and others and give to those who are intent on killing us. Create GUN FREE – Shooting gallery – zones so the real killers will know that they won’t have any opposition from the victims. That is how the OCCUPATION FORCE thinks – how it plans to *make us SAFER* – remove any opportunity to protect ourselves. A gun in the hands of the protectors is a thousand times better than a cop on the phone.

As I have seen many of those in the various OCCUPATION FORCE agencies talk on this topic – all with the same script – BAN GUNS – it came to my mind of those who have been in law enforcement and not done a very good job (depending on which side you are on) get promoted – get a pay raise – be protected by their handlers – get moved around from one agency to another in another location.

I thought of Lon Horiuchi (killer of Mrs. Weaver and her son) and a player in the Mt.Carmel (WACO) atrocity by the OCCUPATION FORCE agents. And then of Ronal Serpas who has moved around this nation in a variety of law enforcement positions, and Gil Kerlikowske. I remember the last two as they drew tax funds from positions here in Washington State some years back. I always wonder what is it with these types who move around from state to state holding positions for short periods of time. Why can’t they manage to remain if they are doing a *good job*…. or is it they get found out and are encouraged to find another place to *serve*…. or is it much deeper, that they move around to indoctrinate those they sit over????

Compare those guys and those like them with how Sheriff Arpaio has been MIS-treated for actually doing the job he was elected to do.

The old PEACE OFFICERS were for the most part just that, PEACE OFFICERS – the current bunch is now referred to as Law ENFORCEMENT Officers. As I watch it I have to wonder why these men can’t emulate the likes of Buford Pusser (TN) instead of the prison guard in Cool Hand Luke with his infamous comment for each prisoner “to get their minds right”.

STUMPED?

STUMPED? DUH!!!

We have a *government* that is flowing over with those who are there for the TAX FUNDED PAY and BENEFITS rather than to SERVE the PEOPLE. Under Bathroom Barry most of the appointees have NO experience to perform the position they have been handed so they simply obey the script they are handed – without a clue as to it being CONSTITUTIONAL or not.

So, it is no wonder that Jeh Johnson, head of DHS is STUMPED – his script didn’t include an answer for him. Makes me wonder just WHAT *HOMELAND* these guys are protecting…. it sure isn’t America. His assignment is to TAKE OUR GUNS.

~ The Author ~
juntii_thumbJackie Juntti (Granny) is a daily reader and frequent contributor to the Federal Observer. She can be reached for comment at idzrus@earthlink.net.

3 thoughts on “Stumped: DHS’ Jeh Johnson Can’t Name Gun Law that Could’ve Stopped Mateen

  1. John W. Slagle

    Jackie, when I think of Obama’s latest Gun Control ideas for this nation I remember Obama and Holder’s Gun Running operation to Mexican Drug Cartels, ATF Fast and Furious. In case people have forgotten…

    Five years, 6 Months ago today, U.S. Marine and Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was killed in a firefight by Mexican bandits. The firearms used by the criminals who killed him were part of the Obama Justice Department’s Operation Fast and Furious. As a reminder, ATF agents allowed more than 2500 AK-47s and other firearms to be purchased and trafficked by known Mexican cartel members through Fast and Furious. Hundreds of people have been killed as a result of the program, which was secret until ATF whistleblower John Dodson exposed it after Terry’s death in 2010.

    Two members of a “rip crew” that engaged in a fatal firefight with U.S. Border Patrol Agents near the Mexican border in December 2010 were found guilty of murder December 15, 2015 by a U.S. District Court jury in Tucson.
    Agent Brian Terry was killed in the fight, and guns found at the scene were traced to the scandalously flawed federal gun-running sting operation called “Fast and Furious.”

    Jurors convicted Ivan Soto-Barraza and Jesus Leonel Sanchez-Meza, who were extradited from Mexico to stand trial for Terry’s death, on all counts: first-degree murder –second-degree murder, conspiracy, attempted robbery, carrying a firearm in a violent crime, and four counts of assaulting a federal officer.

    ATF Gunwalker fiasco, law enforcement … – Examiner.com

    Apr 1, 2011 … St. Louis gun rights examiner Kurt Hofmann explored the percentage of guns
    used in … John W. Slagle · St. Louis Law Enforcement Examiner.

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  2. hippybiker

    Of course he can’t. That’s because, he is an ignorant, affirmative action, negro who doesn’t know his ass from a hole in the ground. And, he is too stupid and brain washed to even care, as long as he gets his money and perks. Just look at the brain dead smirk on his mug.

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    1. Craig Tarter

      Doesn’t Jeh have a brother named Hank? As I recall, Hank was very worried about an island tipping over due to excessive military equipment being parked on just on side of it. Guam? I don’t recall the islands name, but only the extra chromosome packin’ moron’s dispatch of utter stupidity.

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