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➡ A few weeks ago, a mother was charged because her child used her unsecured gun to do terrible things. Now, Georgia is considering a law that would make parents responsible if their kids get hold of their guns. This law could lead to parents going to jail. The video also talks about a court case and a report about the rising cost of gold, but the main point is about the proposed law in Georgia.

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A couple weeks ago, I did a video documenting how the mother of a school shooter was indicted on four counts of involuntary manslaughter, mainly because her and her husband left their firearm unsecured, allowing their child to gain access to it. And he did some horrific things. And the father is actually about to have his trial start as well. In that video, I said that this could be a dangerous precedent where parents are held responsible for horrific things that their child or children did or do or did.

Now, Georgia has resubmitted a bill that would look to do just that, hold parents accountable for children’s access to firearms and potentially go to jail because of it. Before I jump into it, I want to say today at 09:50 a. m. . I will be covering live the bump stock case at the Supreme Court. They are hearing the case, the Cargill v. Garland case, and I’ll have it live for us.

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Let’s get down to the brass tax of it. Except where possession of a firearm by a child is lawful, a person commits the offense of making a firearm accessible to a child if such child gains access to a readily dischargeable firearm and the person with criminal negligence, one, failed to secure the firearm. Two left the firearm in a place to which the person knew or should have known the child could gain access.

C. It shall be an affirmative defense to prosecution under this code section that the child’s access to the firearm, one, was supervised by a person older than 18 years of age and was for hunting, sporting, or other lawful purposes two, consisted of lawful defense by the child of people or property self defense, or three, was gained by entering property in violation of the law and a violation of this chapter, if it were to be signed into law, shall be a misdemeanor of high and aggravated nature, punishable by a fine not to exceed $5,000 and also jail time.

Guys, I’m going to be honest with you, and dealing with this channel over the years and going back and forth and reading comments have caused me to change my view on some points. For instance, I have changed where at one point I thought convicted felons should never get their second amendment rights back. I have changed. And a lot of that is because of the research I’ve done on this channel, as well as the comments of you watching this channel.

And I thank you for that. And here’s another one that I’m going to pose to you. This is one of those things. I’m honestly still undecided. Now, while I believe that parents are ultimately responsible for teaching their children how to be responsible gun owners, I really, really believe that. I believe that holding parents accountable for acts that they cannot control is a gray area. It’s a dangerous precedent to set by law.

Maybe on a case by case basis, yes. But to just have a blanket coverage, a wide swath painted is a dangerous precedent. Where I have trouble is the case similar to this? Let’s say that the parents have taught their child to be a responsible gun owner. And for this bill, Georgia says a child is somebody who’s under 18 or 18 and under. So someone who’s an adult in the world at 18 can still do this and their parents could be in trouble, right? So let’s say the parents secure the gun in the safe.

Well, what would happen if that child, at some point years down the road, gains access to the safe and does something horrific, right? So say someone who’s 17, who their parents have done everything right all these years, and maybe the kid watched them over their shoulder one day as they open the safe and learn the code, and then he goes and does something horrific. Should those parents go to prison for a criminal act perpetrated by their child? Think about that long and hard.

As a parent, my kids know not to touch my guns. I do give them opportunities to ask any questions, and I show them how to safely handle those firearms. And then once a year, I let them actually touch the guns. I show them that they’re unloaded. Here’s a shotgun. Here’s a rifle. Here’s a pistol. Here’s a revolver. What do you have? Any questions? Which one do you like? Was one cooler than the other to you? Do you think maybe you want to learn how to use these or carry these one day when you’re older? Right.

I also realized that some parents have great difficulty being parents, and they would rather be their child’s best friend, and that causes huge problems. I mean, our country is in a spot because of that. But I want to hear from you all on this subject. Should states pass laws holding parents responsible if their child does something horrific with a firearm? Like I said, keep in mind most states consider people 18 or under children.

But there are states like Massachusetts that are looking to change that law where everybody who is under 21 would be a juvenile, an 1819 or 20 year old. If they were to do this under this scenario, then the parents would go to jail. That’s why I think it’s a dangerous precedent. Now, you all digest it and let me know. And I can’t wait to read these comments. As a reminder, I will be covering live today at 09:50 a.

m. The Supreme Court hearing the Cargill v. Garland case, the bump stock case out of the fifth Circuit. And this is a big one, y’all, so tune in till we see each other again. Be safe. Stay vigilant. Carry gun. Subscribe to this channel. If you want to stay in the know, you are your own first responder. I love y’all. Peace. .

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