Monday, March 04, 2013

DHS Attempts Backdoor Gun Registration In Missouri; Temporary Restaining Order Issued Against MO Dept of Revenue

Dana Loesch broke a story on her radio show and blog today, how the Missouri Department of Revenue is apparently working with Department of Homeland Security in transfering info from the State of Missouri to DHS and other third parties, in what looks to be a backdoor attempt at gun registration.

This from concerned citizen Eric Griffin and Missouri’s Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder. Listen to the interview with Kinder here:


 
Department of Revenue is working with the Department of Homeland Security to install new hard and software to obtain data on Missouri citizens and transfer this information to DHS and unnamed third parties, says Kinder. Kinder and the Stoddard County Prosceutor today took legal action and held a press conference outlining the infringement on civil liberties as posted by the DoR and DHS. The move by the departments is related to the Real ID.

Griffin went to renew his driver’s license and was disturbed by how, and with whom, his information was being shared. Kinder and other lawmakers say that the move violates several Missouri state statutes. Because license offices process CCW endorsements, some claim that this is de facto gun registration.
A temopoarary restaining order was issued against the DoR, as a result of Kinder's legal action.

It's probably a good idea no matter where you live to pay attentionn to the possibility of similar instances of this happening, where local governments may try to share information with DHS in an attempt to register your guns.  I don't trust this Regime with any of our information.

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