Michael Moore Demands The End Of The Second Amendment

(JustPatriots.com)- After a shooting rampage at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, that left many young children dead, MSNBC brought on gun control extremist Michael Moore, who advocated for the abolition of the Second Amendment.

Moore pontificated, saying that we will not acknowledge that we were a violent people at our inception. This nation was founded based on bloodshed and the systematic extermination of its indigenous population at the point of a gun.

He went on to say that this country was created on the backs of enslaved people who were forced to work while a pistol was held to their backs so that we could have the country that we have today.

The disheveled and sloppy political activist said that we do not wish to admit either of the initial sins that have played a role in our development into the people we are now since they negatively impact our reputation.

Moore also said that he believes we need some severe action, and then he urged “a moratorium” on the sale of firearms.

After that, he raised the question that really got people’s attention. He wondered who would say in the next few days that it is high time that the Second Amendment be eliminated.

He said that people aren’t allowed to say that. But he doesn’t see why not. Why wouldn’t we just repeal the amendment?

He then introduced the argument that the founding fathers were ignorant of what bullets were. Moore said that he genuinely believes that if Jefferson, Madison, and Washington had known that the bullet would be created — some 50 years after our revolution, he doesn’t know if they would have written it that way.

But they did write it that way.

Moore continued by saying that they weren’t even familiar with the concept of a bullet. Not until the 1830s did it come into being. They were completely unaware that there would be such a horrific loss of life. You have no choice but to assume that our nation’s founding fathers would have opposed it.

Moore later confessed that he favors “any and all gun control laws,” saying that we require the most robust measures possible to ensure the safety of both ourselves and our children.