VIDEO: Chris Kyle Left Us With This Dire Warning About Obama And The Future of America.
Chris Kyle, the most lethal sniper in American history, and the focus of the film American Sniper, spoke to Guns.com at the SHOT show before death in 2013. During his interview he spoke about the Second Amendment and Obama. What's scary is, a lot of what he predicted has come true.
When asked about gun control he said of Obama's attempt to start gun control he said:
I don’t know exactly what he’s doing, but I know he’s definitely against the Second Amendment, and he’s trying to ban everything. . . You start putting these bans in effect — you know, these people who don’t know anything about the guns — and they start thinking, ‘Well, who needs 30-round magazines?' Really? That’s just opening the door so you can start taking more of our rights. It was there, it was started by our Founding Fathers, and they had the same weapons the military did. We don’t even have that today. But don’t try to take what I’ve already got.
Kyle's statement has turned out to be very prescient over the last couple of years. The Obama administration has tried numerous times to use scare tactics to push an anti-gun agenda. Almost anytime a crime or incident has occurred that involving a gun, the Obama administration follows Rahm Emanuel's line of, ""You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before," and they push the agenda of guns are dangerous, and they claim that nobody needs to have an "assault" weapon or a large magazine.
The fact of the matter is the Founding Fathers made sure that Americans had the ability to be armed to protect themselves against a tyrannical government, so like them, future generations could fight against oppression and live freely. As Kyle pointed out, the Founding Fathers had the same type of weaponry as the government, unlike today. The fact that government has mentioned taking away what Americans do have is a frightening narrative. What would Chris Kyle think of today's government?