Virginia Bill To Make Firearms Training An ‘Illegal Paramilitary Activity’ And Felony
Posted on: 12/01/2019 08:17 PM

Stop and think about it. Who is the vast majority of people who attend firearms training lessons?

Hint...


Virginia legislators have drafted and filed a bill that is set to make firearms training an “illegal paramilitary activity” and felony, as the state continues to chip away at the constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens.

Virginia legislators have clearly lost their minds on this latest bill that was filed this month (29 Nov. 19), and will be open to discussion come January 2020.

This of course is in reference to Senate Bill Number 64, or SB64 as it may appear in print or spoken discussion.

We’ll display the language used in the bill and get into dissecting how it may be perceived generally, or presented by the liberal media, versus how it can also be enacted in reality.

LawEnforcementToday report: The first portion of the unconstitutional bill reads as follows:

“A person is guilty of unlawful paramilitary activity, punishable as a Class 5 felony if he: 1. Teaches or demonstrates to any other person the use, application, or making of any firearm, explosive, or incendiary device, or technique capable of causing injury or death to persons, knowing or having reason to know or intending that such training will be employed for use in, or in furtherance of, a civil disorder”


Virginia Bill To Make Firearms Training An ‘Illegal Paramilitary Activity’ And Felony






How it will be Perceived/Explained:

The way that they drafted the bill, and the portions that will be either emphasized or broadly digested will be the portions related to people “knowing” that they’re preparing someone for some “civil disorder”.

They might even say that this law can be used against Antifa, which it could, but will it?

Talking heads will go on television, hyping up that this is a good measure that will criminalize people training for acts related to domestic terrorism; although why would we need a law for something there’s already a law for? That could be addressed already by Virginia law § 18.2-46.5.


How it can be Enforced:

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