Trump Impeachment #3 - Chapter #6 - Tuesday, June 28 at 1 pm ET.
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(06-06-2022, 03:28 PM)SouthernBelle Wrote: QUESTION:

Is Washington, D.C. a "GUN FREE ZONE" ??

It seems that it is restricted, but not gun free. Heartflowers

Possession of Firearms in DC

In Washington, DC all firearm possession used to be considered a crime. Over the past several years, various courts have changed those rules to allow for the possession of firearms in certain circumstances, but still subject to very strict regulations.

A person is lawfully allowed to keep a firearm in their home or place of business as long as the firearm is registered with the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia. To do that, someone must obtain a firearms registration permit from the Police Department. Once someone has a registration permit, they are only allowed to possess the firearm in their home or place of business. It does not allow someone to take a firearm outside of those two locations.

https://washingtondccriminallawyer.net/d...ossession/
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(06-06-2022, 04:16 PM)snowglobe Wrote:
(06-06-2022, 03:28 PM)SouthernBelle Wrote: QUESTION:

Is Washington, D.C. a "GUN FREE ZONE" ??

It seems that it is restricted, but not gun free.  Heartflowers

Possession of Firearms in DC

In Washington, DC all firearm possession used to be considered a crime. Over the past several years, various courts have changed those rules to allow for the possession of firearms in certain circumstances, but still subject to very strict regulations.

A person is lawfully allowed to keep a firearm in their home or place of business as long as the firearm is registered with the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia. To do that, someone must obtain a firearms registration permit from the Police Department. Once someone has a registration permit, they are only allowed to possess the firearm in their home or place of business. It does not allow someone to take a firearm outside of those two locations.

https://washingtondccriminallawyer.net/d...ossession/

Thanks Snowglobe! So in other words, "castle doctrine" YES; personal protection, NO... in other words basically GUN FREE ZONE.

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Insurrection Week! January 6 Select Committee Hearing Preview - Live.

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“SOMETHING has decided that ‘it’ does not have shared fate with the rest of us.” —Bret Weinstein
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(06-06-2022, 05:04 PM)SouthernBelle Wrote:
(06-06-2022, 04:16 PM)snowglobe Wrote:
(06-06-2022, 03:28 PM)SouthernBelle Wrote: QUESTION:

Is Washington, D.C. a "GUN FREE ZONE" ??

It seems that it is restricted, but not gun free.  Heartflowers

Possession of Firearms in DC

In Washington, DC all firearm possession used to be considered a crime. Over the past several years, various courts have changed those rules to allow for the possession of firearms in certain circumstances, but still subject to very strict regulations.

A person is lawfully allowed to keep a firearm in their home or place of business as long as the firearm is registered with the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia. To do that, someone must obtain a firearms registration permit from the Police Department. Once someone has a registration permit, they are only allowed to possess the firearm in their home or place of business. It does not allow someone to take a firearm outside of those two locations.

https://washingtondccriminallawyer.net/d...ossession/

Thanks Snowglobe!  So in other words, "castle doctrine" YES; personal protection, NO... in other words basically GUN FREE ZONE.

Facepalm

Unless you have connections or have lots of money/influence, it is impossible to legally obtain a gun in DC. You can be arrested for having a magazine with no gun. And thanks for posting the Documentary. I hadn't seen much of that footage prior to this.
“Why don’t you start speaking in words instead of your DAMN DIRTY LIES!” – Louise Belcher
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An indictment was issued from the kangaroo court.  Popnana

Justice Department Expands Jan. 6 Case With Proud Boys Indictment - 11 min.

On Monday, the Department of Justice charged the longtime leader of the Proud Boys Enrique Tarrio and four of his top lieutenants with the extremely rare charge of seditious conspiracy over the Jan. 6 insurrection



Biden DOJ Charges Enrique Tarrio and Four Others with ‘Seditious Conspiracy’ for Jan. 6 Protests Despite Fact that Tarrio Was Not Even in DC on Jan. 6th
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This is going to be the class of the titans. Listen carefully to what the Jan. 6 committee has already been told through testimony under oath, and yet they continue with their narrative.

Kash Patel & Chris Miller: Met with POTUS on Jan 4 to Discuss Foreign Threat!! - 3 min.

https://rumble.com/v17kovr-kash-patel-an...-thre.html

https://rumble.com/v17kovr-kash-patel-an...-thre.html
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Political Theater: Pelosi’s Sham Jan 6th Panel Hires TV Network Executive in a Shameless Attempt to Turn Thursday’s Hearing Into “Must See TV”


With another televised virtue-signaling performance fast approaching this week, Nancy Pelosi’s partisan Jan 6 committee has hired a former television network executive to “produce” Thursday’s witch hunt proceedings in a shameless attempt to turn the prime-time hearing into “must-see TV,” Axios reported Monday.

Former ABC president James Goldston will be tasked with curating “a mountain of explosive material into a captivating multimedia presentation” for Thursday’s political theater showing. The powerhouse executive ran some of the network’s most popular shows such as Good Morning America and Nightline, and he was reportedly added to the committee as an “unannounced adviser” in recent weeks.

As Axios put it, Goldston is the hack committee’s “secret adviser.”

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/06...st-see-tv/
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They want Civil War....

I guarantee if you start a 3rd party...this would escalate to Civil War immediately...

you would see the one party...

both would gang up against the 3rd....
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(06-06-2022, 04:16 PM)snowglobe Wrote:
(06-06-2022, 03:28 PM)SouthernBelle Wrote: QUESTION:

Is Washington, D.C. a "GUN FREE ZONE" ??

It seems that it is restricted, but not gun free.  Heartflowers

Possession of Firearms in DC

In Washington, DC all firearm possession used to be considered a crime. Over the past several years, various courts have changed those rules to allow for the possession of firearms in certain circumstances, but still subject to very strict regulations.

A person is lawfully allowed to keep a firearm in their home or place of business as long as the firearm is registered with the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia. To do that, someone must obtain a firearms registration permit from the Police Department. Once someone has a registration permit, they are only allowed to possess the firearm in their home or place of business. It does not allow someone to take a firearm outside of those two locations.

https://washingtondccriminallawyer.net/d...ossession/

 Washington DC vs Heller

Issues addressed by the majority
The core holding in D.C. v. Heller is that the Second Amendment is an individual right intimately tied to the natural right of self-defense.

The Scalia majority invokes much historical material to support its finding that the right to keep and bear arms belongs to individuals; more precisely, Scalia asserts in the Court's opinion that the "people" to whom the Second Amendment right is accorded are the same "people" who enjoy First and Fourth Amendment protection: "' The Constitution was written to be understood by the voters; its words and phrases were used in their normal and ordinary as distinguished from technical meaning. United States v. Sprague, 282 U.S. 716, 731 (1931); see also Gibbons v. Ogden, 9 Wheat. 1, 188 (1824). Normal meaning may, of course, include an idiomatic meaning, but it excludes secret or technical meanings ... ."

With that finding as an anchor, the Court ruled a total ban on operative handguns in the home is unconstitutional, as the ban runs afoul of both the self-defense purpose of the Second Amendment – a purpose not previously articulated by the Court – and the "in common use at the time" prong of the Miller decision: Since handguns are in common use, their ownership is protected.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/District_o..._v._Heller
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