An internal memo from the National Institute of Justice, the Department of Justice’s research and development agency, contains some troubling information regarding the Obama regime and the gun rights of American citizens.
The National Institute of Justice evaluates and provides input to the administration and others as to the means and effects of various law enforcement actions from within the Department of Justice. The NIJ is unique among U.S. governmental research organizations, in that it is headed by a political appointee of the President rather than by a scientist or a member of the civil service.
The memo that Gary Franchi discusses in the video is specific in its assessment that a gun ban won’t work without confiscation and universal background checks won’t work without a national gun registry.
While the government maintains the document is just a synopsis of research into gun control strategies, and denies any interest in gun confiscation, the fact that such a document and the research to support it exists is enough to raise concerns.
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