Boxer’s ‘Pause for Safety Act’ Will Let Anyone Sue to Take Anyone’s Guns Away

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Sen. Barbara Boxer, gun grabber

Capitalizing on the Santa Barbara killings, Barbara Boxer has taken the opportunity to submit a Pause for Safety Act in the senate which would allow anyone to sue to take anyone’s guns away.

The Santa Barbara case was not a gun case. It was a case of a mentally disturbed man who used knives, guns and his car to kill and maim people.

Boxer is not one to let the truth get in her way.

California already has some of the most oppressive gun laws in the nation but it’s not enough for her and she would undoubtedly like to see the end of the Second Amendment altogether.

California has a similar bill being considered at the state level according to Boxer.

The Act would allow people concerned about a family member’s mental health to have the power to block that individual’s right to purchase firearms, and even to have currently owned firearms confiscated. It subjects the Second Amendment to hearsay.

Boxer said this, which also appeared in the Congressional Record:

  • One, it would help ensure that families and others can go to court and seek a gun violence prevention order to temporarily stop someone close to them who poses a danger to themselves or others from purchasing a firearm.
  • Two, it would help ensure that families and others can also seek a gun violence prevention warrant that would allow law enforcement to take temporary possession of firearms that have already been purchased if a court determines that the individual poses a threat to themselves or others.
  • Three, it would help ensure that law enforcement makes full use of all existing gun registries when assessing a tip, warning or request from a concerned family member or other close associate.

As the examiner wrote, what does “and others” mean? It could mean anyone.

This is what she is really saying:

  • One, it would help ensure that ANYONE can go to court and seek a gun violence prevention order to temporarily stop someone close to them who poses a danger to themselves or others from purchasing a firearm.
  • Two, it would help ensure that ANYONE can also seek a gun violence prevention warrant that would allow law enforcement to take temporary possession of firearms that have already been purchased if a court determines that the individual poses a threat to themselves or others.
  • Three, it would help ensure that law enforcement makes full use of all existing gun registries when assessing a tip, warning or requires from a concerned ANYONE.

In the congressional record, an example for number one was in the case of co-workers not wanting a colleague to have a gun. That has endless potential for nasty office politics to affect peoples’ Second Amendment rights. It would be good for the lawyers when the lawsuits start pouring in.

Boxer wants family members and police to have the right to confiscate guns from those deemed dangerous. They already do have the power. In the Santa Barbara case, they had the information and the authority necessary to take the perpetrator’s –  Elliot Rodgers’ – guns away but they didn’t.

“What is wrong with the people here in this country?” asked anti-gun Senator Barbara Boxer on the floor of the Senate Monday. She can’t understand why we don’t all want guns banned in every way possible.

Gun Owners of America want to know why she thinks leaving Americans defenseless is a good idea.

You can read about Boxer’s far, far-left background on this link and it will help you understand why she thinks she has the right to take our guns away.

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