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Joe Rogan video censored by Twitter for speaking the truth about guns in America

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A 48 second clip of Joe Rogan defending the second amendment and speaking the truth about why guns aren’t the problem in America was removed by Twitter.

In fact the entire account that originally shared the clip was suspended.

Rogan says:

I wrote this thing once where I said this country has a mental health problem disguised as a gun problem. That’s what it is. There’s so many guns. There’s more guns than there are people. I don’t think it’s a gun situation. …

I don’t think it’s wise to take the guns away from the people and leave all the power to the government.

We see how they are even with an armed populace.

They still have a tendency towards totalitarianism, and the more increased power and control you have over people, the easier it is for them to do what they do, and there’s a natural inclination when you are a person in power to try to hold more power and acquire more power, and it’s never–there’s never an inclination to give more power back to the people, to give more freedoms back to the people.

Rogan sounds a bit like a founder doesn’t he? That is truly one of the reasons the founders made sure that the Constitution protected our God-given right to bear arms.

My guess is that the triggered libs haven’t seen that one and thus haven’t reported it.

Freedom is not Free.

And We the People MUST NOT relinquish possession of our guns.

In fact, now is the time we should be practicing and hoarding ammo.

There may come a day, heaven forbid, when ammunition is more valuable than money.

May God and our hard work save America from democrat-communist evil intentions.


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