Idaho House lawmakers voted Wednesday to repeal one of the state’s main anti-militia laws after less than 10 minutes of debate.
Idaho House quickly votes to repeal anti-militia law
by Boise State Public Radio | Mar 1, 2022 | Idaho Legislature | 5 comments
Great idea. Can we finally get joe Biden off our backs regarding 2nd amendment rights and high volume magazines?
Sad, just one more example of the far right trying to destroy our democracy.
Bonner County has one of the most active and respected militia groups in the State. They coordinate and work along side numerous service organizations including the police. This is no less needed than the current laws meant to protect us from our government. I stand behind and support militias in every state. If the pandemic hasn’t shown you the reality of our governments overreach of our human rights then I don’t know what will. Militias can, do and will help protect this nation from enemy attacks and support communities along side service members. Some Government officials may not want them because they cant control them with fake media, intimidation and illegal mandates. I for one would rather work together with outside organizations for the benefit of the greater good. Freedoms are at stake in the world we’ve allowed to be created and dictated it is painfully obvious that the citizens of this great nation are unable to defend and protect our freedoms therefore I’ll take all the help we can get, militia, police, military, so on and so forth. Idaho legislature should take a second look at this and debate longer than 10 minutes. No professionals on the matter were brought in to discuss this and in my opinion you’ve not allowed the voice of the people voting you into power to even be heard before so hastily making your decisions.
Seeing what is happening in Ukraine, who is to say that our country won’t someday face similar circumstances. Any defense we can offer will strengthen us.
Good they can keep there nose out of our lives