This story really infuriates me. After just celebrating Memorial Day this weekend, knowing that a man who fought for this country now has to file a lawsuit to try to get his guns back should anger every American.
This case is starting to get some traction as some of the media picks up the story and others just ignore it. The veteran is being called A.B. to protect his privacy, and a pro-gun organization called Florida Carry has been helping him file a suit against Daytona Beach.
A.B. is a combat veteran who last December reached out to Veteran’s Assistance to get some help with depression. But instead of helping him the VA called the police who searched his home and confiscated his guns, ammo, bows, arrows, and anything else they thought could be used as a weapon.
But here is the kicker. The VA had A.B. committed for psychological evaluation, which he went through. In fact, he was found to be mentally fit during the evaluation but he has still has been denied getting his firearms back.
Authorities will not give A.B. his guns back without a court order, and that’s why Florida Carry decided to take up this case and fight the actions of Daytona Beach which were obviously against the law.
Stories of veterans having their guns taken away have been cropping up all over the country as some try to enact their own form of gun control that bypasses the legislative process. But to target the men and women who fought for our freedoms is a new low that deserves to be repudiated.
These veterans deserve our support and these stories MUST be shared as much as possible to get more attention. The main stream media wants to ignore this story, but we refuse to ignore our vets, and we refuse to let anyone strip them of their gun rights.
If you want to get involved and support A.B. you can contact Florida Carry.
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