Do you want your ex-spouse to be able to dictate whether you are eligible to own a firearm? Or, do you want your neighbors, employer, law enforcement, or criminals knowing what firearms you own? Texas Representative Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Houston) thinks these two ideas are good.
Representative Jackson Lee has introduced H.R. 127 which would enact some of the strictest and draconian gun regulations in history.
Here are the key points of the bill.
Creation of a National Firearm Registry that includes make, model, serial number, identity of the owner, the date the firearm was acquired and where it is stored.
The registry will be made accessible to all member of the public, all Federal, State and local law enforcement, all branches of the armed forces and all State and local governments.
Creation of national licensing requirements. In order to be licensed the following must occur:
Must be 21 years of age.
Undergo a criminal back ground check.
Undergo a psychological evaluation that is done by a psychologist approved by the government. Also a psychological evaluation will be done of other members of the household.
As part of the psychological evaluation the psychologist interviews any spouse, any former spouse and at least 2 other persons who are members of the family or an associated of the individual.
Successfully complete a training course.
Purchase an insurance policy that insures the person against liability.
If you fail to get a license or register a firearm, the fine is not less than $75,000 and not more than $150,000, and you will face at least 15 years but no more than 25 years in jail.
I believe this is the epitome of what our founders meant when they said "shall not be infringed." If this doesn't "infringe" on our right to bear arms, I'm not sure what does.
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