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New Bill Seeks To Ban Militia, Outlaw ‘Private Paramilitary’

What’s the Second Amendment say about a well regulated Militia?

Who cares what it says, according to Rep. Jamie Raskin.

He is the sponsor of a new bill, which means he provided the overarching idea and concept behind the legislation and guided the drafting process.

This bill is called: Preventing Private Paramilitary Activity Act of 2024 (H.R. 6981).

And what is the bill about?


It’s basically to stop patriots from gathering to train for combat.

You want a milita?

No way. That’s terrorists stuff, according to these Democrats.

Here’s their definition of “private paramilitary” as stated in the bill:

(9) Private paramilitary organization

The term private paramilitary organization means any group of 3 or more persons associating under a command structure for the purpose of functioning in public or training to function in public as a combat, combat support, law enforcement, or security services unit.

Walker & Taylor law firm reports:

A militia ban intended as a tool to disarm and silence Americans has been proposed in Congress. H.R. 6981 may be marketed as something beneficial, but the underlying context and intent are far more sinister. Armed Attorneys Richard Hayes and Emily Taylor discuss the most recent bill which succeeds in attacking more than one of our rights guaranteed under the Amendments.

Here’s a post that goes over what it means to have a milita.

It’s our right and that can’t take it away.

But why would they want to?

The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution is part of the Bill of Rights and was ratified on December 15, 1791.

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

You can follow the bill’s failure here.


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