Sunday, January 10, 2016

Connecticut, STOP Supporting Governor Malloy!

It is past time to wake up, Connecticut! Meddlesome Governor Dannel Malloy’s own house has been in legal and social disorder, yet he insists on attacking the rights of innocent law-abiding citizens.

Before any citizens of Connecticut go any farther in backing any of Governor Malloy’s plans to continue infringing on the constitutionally guaranteed State and Federal rights of law-abiding citizens, shouldn’t we be asking ourselves why he hasn’t been able to keep his own house in order, instead of him meddling with Connecticut and U.S. constitutional law and issues by which he has continued to work to deprive law-abiding Connecticut citizens of our right to our "shall not be uninfringed" tools of self-defense, as is clearly stated in our State and Federal Constitutions?

Governor Malloy’s son has proven himself a violent thug. The Governor should have not run for office, but rather focused on redeeming his son. It appears that Malloy loves politics more than he loves his son, which is NOT a good reference for someone that is supposed to be a servant of the people of this State. On the other hand, to keep from proving himself a complete and utter hypocrite, Governor Malloy should have set a godly example for the citizens of this State by seeing to it that the full brunt of the Law was thrown at his son. We sure didn’t see Malloy going after his son’s sins the way that Malloy attacks the rights of the innocent law-abiding citizens of Connecticut.

Below, in last week's Connecticut Carry Press Release, is an expose' regarding violence in Connecticut. This Press Release sheds light on home invasions, violence, and helps put Governor Malloy's son's crimes into proper perspective, possibly giving us some insight into Malloy's panicky insistence on trying to get firearms out of the hands of law-abiding citizens. The Newtown Massacre, in 2012, was only an excuse for Malloy, who seems to care little or nothing for "average citizens", in his zeal to strip us of our constitutional right to try to defend ourselves against violent attacks, home invasions, and murder.
Is Malloy trying to do a social or religious penance for neglecting his son and letting his son drift into a life of crime? Look at the crimes with which Malloy's son was charged. Ask yourself, how is it that his son's crimes are so close to the thing by which Malloy is obsessed? Malloy's leadership is flawed in his governance of this State and there is something in Malloy's mannerisms that must have inspired his son to pursue crime instead of earning an honest living like the rest of us. Look at the sins of the son and the obsessive fervor with which the father seeks to disarm law-abiding citizens of Connecticut. There is something seriously wrong with our Governor and his priorities. 


From: Connecticut Carry Media Department On Behalf Of Connecticut Carry Media Department
Sent: Thursday, January 07, 2016 3:00 PM
To: Craig Szwed
Subject: Connecticut Carry - Press Release - When Seconds Count the Police Are Ten Minutes Away


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Press Release

When Seconds Count the Police Are Ten Minutes Away

Terrifying 911 Call Describes Unarmed Helplessness During Home Invasion

Litchfield County CT, January 7, 2016:  On January 6th, 2016 the 
Patel home invasion and murder case began in the Litchfield Country Courthouse. Connecticut Carry Director and American News and Information Services President Edward Peruta was on hand to video tape the trial after a hard fought battle for transparency in the court concluded just a day earlier.
But why would a court not want public transparency?
As it turns out, ten minutes of 911 call from the mother of the shooting victim give a possible reason. The home invasion, which was carried out on August 6, 2012, in Sharon Connecticut found the victim’s mother zip-tied with her son Luke dead from multiple gunshot wounds pleading with the dispatcher for police and an ambulance for ten minutes. At approximately 6 minutes into the call, she exclaims that ‘she doesn’t have a gun and couldn’t defend herself’ in an audible display of despair.
Politicians who are protected by armed security details like Governor Malloy, the Connecticut General Assembly and Connecticut’s Federal Representatives and Senators continually tell the public that this kind of thing doesn’t happen. That people do not need firearms to defend themselves, and worse, they create infringements on the right to armed self-defense for the citizens in Connecticut.
Connecticut Carry’s stance is clear:
Every citizen has the right to bear arms in defense of himself and the state.
– Article 1, Section 15 – Connecticut Constitution
There is, of course, no guarantee that a firearm and training would have prevented this law-violating, deliberate home invasion and murder. However, the regret that somebody did not have the means to defend themselves and their loved one(s) is something that should never be inflicted by government edict. And no person should ever have to sit for ten minutes waiting for help from armed felons. This is all the more egregious in a state government run by a man whose son has plead guilty of shockingly similar crimes to what happened in Sharon Connecticut. Perhaps there is a reason why that same politician wants people unarmed in their homes, as a horrible and immoral way of protecting his loved ones.
“Evil is real. The right to armed self-defense is about people being able to use force to defend themselves against that evil. We watch in horror as that evil slaughters unarmed people over and over. We insist upon, and will aggressively defend, our right to armed self-defense.”
– Connecticut Carry President Rich Burgess
"Every elected official should listen to this audio clip."
 - Connecticut Carry Director of Legal Affairs Ed Peruta

Connecticut Carry is a 501(c)(4) non-partisan, grassroots, non-profit organization dedicated to advancing and protecting the fundamental civil rights of the men and women of Connecticut to keep and bear arms for defense of themselves and the state as guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Constitution of Connecticut.

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