Info Wars has reported: The Senate has voted to approve Bill 1813, which is now on its way to the House. The insidious bill has so many attacks on freedom that the most serious one has been largely overlooked.
There are two attacks on gun ownership in this bill. The text of the bill, all 1676 pages of it, can be found HERE.
The first attack on the right to bear arms is found on page 1323.
The Secretary may modify, suspend, or terminate a special permit or approval if the Secretary determines that—(1) the person who was granted the special permit or approval has violated the special permit or approval or the regulations issued under this chapter in a manner that demonstrates that the person is not fit to conduct the activity authorized by the special permit or approval; or (2) the special permit or approval is unsafe.
The second attack on gun ownership is more subtle.
There is a stream of logic that you have to follow.
First, if this bill passes, the IRS will have the authority to take away the passports of those whom they say owe more than $50,000 in taxes. (The tax debt doesn’t have to be proven, mind you, the IRS simply has to accuse you of owing the money.) You can find this section on page 1447 of the Bill.
When your passport is revoked by the government, you are suddenly on the “no-fly list”.
Membership in the no-fly club puts you on yet another list, as a potential domestic terrorist.
Domestic terrorists are not allowed to have guns.
Listen to Raul Emanuel gloat of it. He eloquently states “If you are known as maybe a possible terrorist you cannot buy a handgun in America.” (1:13 of the video)
A Call to Action
Did your Senator vote for this bill? There’s a good chance he or she did, as only 22 Senators voted against it. You can find out how your senator voted HERE.
More: Watchdogs say IRS to revoke gun rights and passports
Accuse Americans of delinquency of tax payment without due process.
Revoke their passports and travel rights.
Place the accused in a centralize database.
Authorize the removal of their right to own a firearm.
Continue reading on Examiner.com Watchdogs say IRS to revoke gun rights and passports – National Conservative | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/article/watchdogs-say-irs-to-revoke-gun-rights-and-passports#ixzz1t5DOLEvz
And the Daily Economist provides the following assessment of the new law:
There is no requirement that the tax payer be guilty of or even charged with tax evasion, fraud, or any criminal offense – only that the citizen is alleged to owe the IRS back taxes of $50,000 or more.
The specific wording of this section of the bill can be found in the linked document provided above, S. 1813, Title III, Sections 40304, 7345, and 4, on pages 1447-1452.