Dan Bongino on gun control: Ruling class takes your protection away while they stay protected from wolves

An excellent segment on the myth of gun control by Dan Bongino:

(h/t: Orangeone4)

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  • Sober_Thinking

    I’m really starting to love this guy!

    Spot on – excellent comments!

    We need so many more like him.

    Disarming our vets or warriors when they return home is an absolute crime. Sickening. Pansy gun control freaks!

    • white531

      It is the, “Feminization” of America. Get used to it.

      • TexasPGRRider

        I REFUSE to get used to it, and will do what I can to see That does Not happen….

      • Sober_Thinking

        While you are right, I won’t ever get used to it… it’s alien to me.

    • clockwindingdown

      It is also a deterrent to those considering military service, knowing that upon returning to civilian life they may very well be banned from certain kinds of protection.

      Nice to hear Dan Bongino speaking out.

      • TexasPGRRider

        It`s part of the plan B.O. has to defund the Strength of our military, and futher weaken the character and morale of our troops. VA is sending letters to vets for their guns and revoking their right to own guns if they fail a “review”….

        • tinlizzieowner

          Keep an eye on this my Vet brothers. The last thing Obama and company wants is people out here who have already proven that they are ‘qualified’ with firearms.

      • Sober_Thinking


    • TexasPGRRider

      We need Tons more like this guy Sober, TONS MORE !!!!

      • Sober_Thinking

        Agreed. 🙂

    • JohnCraven

      Ditto! Sober_Thinking. Ditto!

      Dan Bongino is simply great! A great great American.

      Let’s hope he runs again and wins this time.

      If we only had more Dan Bongino’s and Jim Bridenstine’s and Michele Bachmann’s and Allen West’s in Congress you wouldn’t hear me or many others hoping for a new alternative Conservative Party to emerge – and note, I didn’t say Libertarian party. I said an alternative Conservative Party to fight for us when the Big Whigs so often do not!

      John Craven
      New Orleans

      • Sober_Thinking

        Spot on my friend. 🙂

    • OneThinDime

      I wonder if anyone has tied the disarming of our vets to the ballots that were “lost” in 2008 and 2012. Is Obama disarming those that voted against him, whose votes never counted?

      • Sober_Thinking

        Interesting thought… I wouldn’t be too surprised.

  • Thank you Scoop. Dan Bongino is great! I love him too!
    Ignorant people trying to subvert the Constitutional Rights, God Given Rights gets under my skin too.

  • c4pfan

    I’m so thankful he’s out there still fighting. Thank you Dan!
    He also contributes commentary articles at sarahnet.net!

    • TexasPGRRider

      THANKS for the link c4!!!

      • c4pfan

        You’re welcome.

    • white531

      Dittos here, c4pfan. I’ve been meaning to check out that site. Looks well done. I may have steal some time away from Scoop and pay them a visit.

  • TexasPGRRider

    FLASH !!! 2nd Amendment discussion Today`s Topic. Show will loop @ 12:09 am cst. Listen in while you post.Ted Nugent just called in and was onair w/Alex Jones Sunday broadcast @ http://infowars.com

  • Ray

    I know the leftists who are trying to take our gun rights away know people are the problem. However, what concerns me is the people who actually believe an inanimate object causes the deaths of innocent people and support those who are lying to them, either they are WILLINGLY ignorant, which means they really know what is going on, and somehow placate themselves by pretending the lefts arguments (lies) really hold water, OR, they are actually stupid. I am sorry for putting it that bluntly, but those are the only two conclusions I can draw.
    Either shows a delusion that is over them, and that delusion is not from good forces.

    • white531

      They are actually stupid, Ray. No other conclusion is remotely possible.

  • PVG

    Great segment! More and more people are coming to the forefront because of, and despite this admin. As BO continues his tyrannical over-reach, the opposition will continue and increase.

    • cabensg

      The NRA is one of the opposition that has really taken it the administration. Their ads are devastating to the left. Whoever is creating them needs to be hired by every conservative candidate running for office. It never ceases to amaze me how inadequate some of the ads are for Republican candidates. I swear most of them could have been done better by many of the people posting here. Also…you don’t have to use scurrilous language to totally annihilate your oppositions position and Bongino illustrated this in his interview.

    • white531

      Let’s hope.

  • Sandra123456

    Gun control disarms citizens gradually, then the government can become a dictatorship.

    There should be no gun control in this country. Gun control is an infringement on our 2nd Amendment right.

    You have nothing to fear about an honest citizen with a firearm, but you do have to be fearful of government when honest citizens have no firearms.

    • TexasPGRRider

      B.O. is setting the stage for the Collapse of our economy, By Design !!! The 2nd Amendment is the hingepin !!! If we fail to Stand Against the Tyranny, our posterity will suffer the consequences….

    • c4pfan

      This country is already a dictatorship.

      • white531

        Obama is certainly trying to make it look like that.

  • Ray

    You could not have given him a scarier look!

    • white531

      You’re right, Ray. He’s got, “the look.” More than that though, he speaks with an intensity that leaves little doubt about what he believes in. This is not your usual namby-pamby politician.

      • OneThinDime

        This man has put his life on the line for 17 years. Love on the other segment when he turns to the “gun control” guy and asks if he has ever seen someone shot, if he has ever fired a gun….priceless!

  • Living in a state where only the politicians and criminals hold the guns… scary thought

  • JungleCogs

    I’m really starting to hate Democrats!

    • white531

      Welcome to the Club!

  • jleinf

    Dan is the man!

  • You still have to wonder what would have happened if that school in Connecticut HAD an armed guard when the attack took place. Some people certainly would have died, but probably not as many of them. You can never fully stop an attack from a crazed gunman, but you can certainly reduce the number of fatalities. As usual, liberals can never see that.

    • cabensg

      Not instead of guns but in addition to them should have been doors that could have been locked by teachers in each class room. The article I read about this made it seem pretty expensive for what they were talking about but even a regular lock and then a wide board supported on each side by metal Hooks (can’t think of the word) could have saved all the children in the class room and teachers trying to protect them with their own bodies. They also suggested in the article that there be a warning system installed in each class room so the teacher could be forewarned by anyone in the office or hall pushing a button to lock and secure the door.

      • white531

        A simple panic button in the classrooms and front office, that would turn on the fire alarms, automatically lock classroom doors and direct dial the police, would enable teachers and school administrators to take an active role in preventing such incidents.

        The expense would be money well spent.

      • OneThinDime

        You don’t even need that much. We have a 2×6 with a notch which is jambed under the door knob so the door cannot be pushed open from the outside.

        • cabensg

          I agree there are some really inexpensive ideas that could be used until something better is approved. Unless there’s some kind of rubber on the bottom of it I don’t think it would hold on the slick tile or wood floors in most schools, but there’s no reason that couldn’t be applied. I still think you need to be able to lock it to.

          • OneThinDime

            I’m okay with locks on doors, the 2×6 is extra to that.

    • OneThinDime

      And they used to have armed security. Why no outrage at the people that voted to discontinue the school security?

  • Yazz55

    The gun confiscation program is proceeding along. The NRA seems to have obtained some info, which indicates that the regime of the obamessiah’s goal is to confiscate all guns from law abiding citizens. The regime even seems to acknowledge that registration without confiscation just doesn’t work for them.

    While they’ve got the libfag, lamestream media running cover for them with their pseudo denials, they don’t claim its a bad idea. All they admit is that its not ready for prime time just yet. Soooooooo…They’ll just keep pumping & pumping & pumping it until everyone finally surrenders.

    Right now, the approach seems to be doing this through the back door of the states. After they get enough states to pass the appropriate legislation, they’ll be able to do it at the federal level.

    • white531

      This is how socialism works. At first, thereis major opposition to their agenda, but they just keep pushing it, aided by the media and using any violent incidents that occur, to weaken the resistance. Gradually, the public attitude changes, and they get what they want.

      If we lose The Second Amendment, which is their goal, this country is finished. You can kiss every other freedom you thought you had, goodbye.

  • Rshill7

    I’m not just Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs, I’m bonkers for Bongino.

    Here’s another story of a quick-thinking young man saving his family from three armed intruders. Here’s a tiny hint. He used a gun:


  • williamm


    Oregon house bill 3200 Gun control.

    The following summary is not prepared by the sponsors of the measure and is not a part of the body thereof subject to consideration by the Legislative Assembly. It is an editor’s brief statement of the essential features of the measure as introduced.

    Creates crime of unlawful possession or transfer of assault weapon or large capacity magazine.
    Punishes by maximum penalty of 10 years’ imprisonment, $250,000 fine, or both.
    Requires current owners to dispose of or register assault weapons and large capacity magazines.
    Directs Department of State Police to conduct background checks and maintain registry of as-
    sault weapons and large capacity magazines.
    Declares emergency, effective on passage.

    • OneThinDime

      I thought I saw that OR is also pushing for house search w/o warrants

    • cabensg

      Isn’t Oregon also the state that has state assisted suicide. Like all liberal BS it’s named the Death with Dignity Act. Looks like the people there have a real death wish. Let the state disarm you or poison you take your pick. Obamacare would have had this but it was to controversial, they opted for death panels instead.

  • cabensg

    I’m glad to see this guy in the spotlight. He knows how to hammer with the right language and get the point across.

  • badbadlibs

    “Post Constitutional Society”.
    That man has it absolutely correct.
    I’ll never forget a family member, under her breath as I passed by, saying under President Bush we were losing our rights. She was right, she just got the president wrong and was looking into the future.

  • wallwatchman

    Wow, love this guy! Great points he hammered home. The left manipulating the language, the elite being armed or protected by those who are, while making the peasants defenseless, and he even throws in a quote from Thomas sowell! My kinda guy!

  • white531

    Best thing I’ve seen yet on the, “Myth of Gun Control,” as Dan puts it.

    “We live in a society of wolves. You do not fight back by creating more sheep!”

    “They manipulate an emotional crisis to further an ideological agenda which involves the evaporation, the slow disintegration of your civil rights, your civil liberties, your ability to live and let live. Its a disturbing pattern……….”

    There is no such thing as, “gun control.” Only “people control.”

    “In my seventeen years in law enforcement, I never, ever, arrested anyone or knew anyone who did, on a gun crime, who had the gun legally.”

    I absolutely love this guy! If I were to put together a short list of people I would like to have leading this country, Dan Bongino would probably be #3, right behind Allen West and Sarah Palin. Maybe Defense Secretary, or head of Homeland Security.

    Obama wants to disarm Veterans, because Veterans (caps intended) know how to use weapons.
    Obama is afraid of Veterans and afraid of how they might react, when he gets a little further along with his plan to turn America into a Police State, on the model of the Soviet Union.

    He wants to get rid of the, “Warrior Mentality,” that he thinks the Military represents. He wants to turn battle-hardened Veterans into museum guards armed only with a walkie-talkie. Obama is not the only one. This “weakening” of the image of our Military has been going on for a very long time now. We need to stop it now, while we still have a Military.

    Do me a favor Scoop. Follow Dan Bongino and post more of his comments. When I listen to him speak, things don’t seem so hopeless.

    • OneThinDime

      I think this was posted a bit back but thought it might give you a smile to rewatch! Guns Across America Rally http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8WLXhahw_A

      • white531

        Thank you for that, OneThinDime. What can you say about Dan. When you listen to him speak, you just want to embrace him, put your arms around him, and hold him close. Because he represents everything we believe in.

        He just speaks about Freedom, with an energy that most of us don’t possess. He is a gift. We have to find a way to use the gift.

    • famouswolf

      Well, at least the cow is already out of the barn on this ‘disarm the Veterans’ plan of theirs. We have had a dozen years of stupid useless wars producing combat Vets. I know for a fact many of them are shooters in civilian life, with reloaders and stockpiles of weapons and ammunition. Even a few rpgs and such, probably. The liberal pols are truly playing with fire right now.

      One of the things that has me knotted up is the continuing waste of our best in Afghanistan. It’s the worst shiitehole in the world to get involved in some sort of conflict…see results for the British Empire, Russia, etc. And now us. I think obama and it’s merry crew are staying there to kill as many of our guys as possible.

      • white531

        Aaaaahhh, The Second Amendment! You gotta love it!

        Because Obama hates it!

  • anneinarkansas

    I wish he was in Congress.

    • badbadlibs

      He tried.

      • anneinarkansas

        I know. He just came from the wrong state.

        • badbadlibs

          There are too many “wrong states”, sadly. 🙁

        • OneThinDime

          He is being begged to move to VA and run from there!

  • Conniption Fitz

  • It is too bad that the people of Maryland did not vote for him in the last election for Senator. This man is a shining example of what is good about America, and the love and fealty he has for her. I just hope and pray that he runs for a congressional seat in the next election cycle. Go Dan the man Bongino…for your truly a rising star in the republican party!

  • jdbaird

    “Gun control, with air quotes”.

  • white531

    This is such a great thread, and yet it is already dying. That is the problem with Scoop. It has been my argument with Scoop, since the day I first stumbled in here.

    Because of the way Scoop is structured, it fails the test of measuring what we all think, on an ongoing basis.

    Scoop, for all the great things it does right, does a few things that are not right.

    Let me try to explain. We routinely criticize the media for using “sound bites.” Little clips of information, that have no real basis in fact, but instead, are just meant to distract.

    Scoop does the same thing, albeit in a different way. I call it, “comment overload.”
    No sooner do we all get comfortable with the conversation we are in, than there is a new conversation, and everyone jumps ship, and joins the new conversation, without having finished the conversation that was generated by the previous post.

    No doubt, this technique produces great ratings, but is great ratings, really our main goal?

    I have always asked for a continuing thread, that is not changed by Scoop, but by the people who regularly contribute to Scoop and make it what it is.

    Just once, I would like to come home from work, and find the conversation I enjoyed yesterday, and rejoin that same conversation. But apparently, that’s not possible, because its gone. Because there is no continuing thread of all of our conversations. Every day, someone rings a bell, and we all have to jump to the latest, most important conversation.
    I guess most of you like it, otherwise it would not be so. Personally, I am sick of it.

  • When you listen to what he says, you have to agree, but the problem is the LIBERALS both Demorat and Repubicans Are the ones in Comigress Who are Passing These Laws!