The assault on body armor

Body armor makes citizens harder to kill or injure. That is a problem for big government because they don’t want armored tax denizens on the preserve. They want to stack the deck in favor of zoo-keeping and prole management to the best extent possible.

So the public can’t have passive protection? Will this nonsense extend to seat-belts and fire extinguishers?

Government always assaults rights to privacy and protection. The US government has been waging this war since 1791 on Americans who traded the royal monarchy in London for a homegrown terrorist cabal in DC. Once again, government assaults individuals to protect its prerogative to be the only one despite the long and sordid history of statist evil and incompetence.

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5 Responses to The assault on body armor

  1. gamegetterII says:

    The horsepucky proposed by rep Honda has a near zero chance of being passed into law,the same shit has been introduced for the past three years at least.

    Prognosis: 0% chance of being enacted

    The 2013-2014 version…

    From 2012…

    Rep. Honda released this statement to Fox 25:

    “This bill does not prevent the vast majority of body armor purchases. It is just to stop military-grade body armor from getting into the wrong hands. The sale of military equipment, like body armor, to just anyone is far more likely to be used against the public than used to protect the average citizen.
    Rep. Honda says military grade body armor has been used by mass shooters to slow down law enforcement response. He wants to make it more difficult for them to get a hold of it.”

    This bill-or similar ones,have been introduced by anti-gun zealots like Honda for years-I think I first heard of it around 2009 or 10.

    Sure-get plates if you don’t have ’em yet,but this bill is not going to pass this year.

  2. Wirecutter says:

    The bad part about it is, it will eventually get passed. They will keep trying until they do, or sneak it in under cover of another bill.

  3. B says:

    I ordered a set of plates from Maingun. I did try them out. Gotta say that they DO stop .223 and .308 (no, I wasn’t wearing them at the time).

    THis is GOOD Cheap armor.

  4. crazyeighter says:

    I thought dress codes sucked in high school, I like it even less as an adult.

    “Can’t have weapons; can’t have armor.”

    Fuck you Honda.

  5. AC says:

    If it took a Constitutional amendment to give the Feds the power to prohibit alcohol, shouldn’t they need one to prohibit body armor, too?

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