The BofA ia nothing but a lackey of the Demoncrats and the federal government. With respect to the Constitution of the United States of America (Long may the Constitution live!) the federal government is noting more than an illegal criminal enterprise.
The current exercise of the second amendment rights is the direct response of the people to the current state of the government. Only a fool would not recognize that response.
The battle between the people and that illegal crimal enterprise, of which I speak, draws closer every day. It will take only one foolish act by the government, perhaps in the belief that they can win, to precipitate that battle.
I find it remarkable that some well meaning folk actually believe that the Constutution is dead. To them I ask, How do you kill an idea? The Constitution is noting more than an idea put down on paper. It lives in the hearts of the American people and can never be killed.
Those that pervert of our government; not just politicians, my friends, will pay the actual price in real blood when that day comes. And it is coming soon. Doubt me? Ask those that are are armed or currently arming themselves.
You cannot kill an idea. The government belongs to the people and can be abolished at will. It is more simple than most people think.
Oligarchs, politicians, government and corporate theives beware. The day will come when you will pay the price for you perversions. The American people will not put up with your actions for much longer.
The day will come when the American people will hold their own equivalent of the Nuremburg trials. Hope to see you righteous believers of “the idea” there.
Andrew Jackson (farewell address)
“There is, perhaps, no one of the powers conferred on the Federal Government so liable to abuse as the taxing power. . . Congress has no right under the Constitution to take money from the people unless it is required to execute some one of the specific powers intrusted to the Government; and if they raise more than is necessary for such purposes, it is an abuse of the power of taxation, and unjust and oppressive.”