US marshals should be dispatched to protect and defend against infringement of the right of the people to peacably assemble.

The Second Amendment of the US Constitution:

Article II

A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

The US Supreme court interpreted this as referring to an armed civilian population. The Court did not strike down the first three words “a well regulated”

The fact that about 12,000 US citizens are killed by guns each year is proof that the civilian militia is not “well regulated”.

This lack of regulation is a failure of the Congress of the United States to carry out their constitutionally mandated responsibility to protect and defend America against a clear and present domestic threat.

The number of households with firearms is falling. Sales of deadly weaponry are at an all time high. This strongly indicates that a small percentage of the population is building an unregulated military force inside America. This private military is not answerable to any elected government but is lead by radical anti-America leadership.

These groups have openly defied and threatened the people and their elected representatives. A Town Hall meeting with Senator Ginny Burdick and Representative Jennifer Williamson was cancelled due to criminal threats of murder.

This state senator was deprived of her right to peaceably assemble with her constituents. Those involved in propagating death threats and disrupting the meetings are criminals without respect for the United States Constitution which equates to subversion.

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