A regular Joe shows up to plead his case for freedom and liberty in Connecticut, and does a fine job.
While some gun control advocates might wish to say this is an unusual occurrence, we know it’s just one of many.
You know, Mayor Bloomberg wishes he had regular Joes like this guy who are as passionate and articulate to argue his side…
No, our people are not only passionate and articulate about freedom, but we give of our personal time and on our own dime to promote liberty and freedom.
This is why we are going to win. We don’t just have one or two Robert Steeds, we have millions of them, working day and night to advance civil rights.
Miserable nannies like Bloomberg and Soros have only a tiny handful of hired-gun political hacks to advocate for tyranny, and then only during business hours for the most part.
Here’s the video following the set up from the Blaze
How do Connecticut residents feel about the crackdown on the Second Amendment? Well, there are people from both sides making passionate arguments on the issue, however, one gentleman last week was able to make a particularly persuasive case against more gun control and in favor of the U.S. Constitution.
Meet Robert Steed, a resident of Vernon, Conn. who took three days straight off work to attend several gun control hearings in Connecticut. On March 14, Steed was more “aggravated” than usual with lawmakers and he let them know it in his fiery testimony, telling them that they were “coloring outside the lines of constitutional parameters.”
Tune to 1:40 or so for the best part:
“[REDACTED SCUMBAG NAME] commits a crime, and I’m here to gr0vel and plead for my rights and explain to you that my firearms are kept safely?” he asked rhetorically. “I keep hearing the word “solution”… you’re not going to find a solution, it doesn’t exist. You can’t find a broad brush solution to evil.”