The looming specter of the successful implementation of the globalist dream of disarming Americans should be sufficient to motivate all eligible voters to make it to the polls on the first Tuesday in November.
The stakes, in fact, could not be much higher. Should many of those seats in contention be filled by foes of the Second Amendment, American citizens undoubtedly will begin receiving notices from local and federal law enforcement that they must surrender their banned weapons and ammunition (whatever those may be, according to the whims of enterprising politicians) to officials tasked with tracking compliance with the newly-enacted Arms Trade Treaty.
Anyone anxious to retain the right to keep and bear arms and the right to protect oneself from tyranny (the purpose of the Second Amendment) can sense the urgency and will want to warn those of his neighbors that have neither heard of the ATT nor know just how destructive of liberty its enforcement would be.
The potential for the ratification of the UN’s firearm confiscation scheme is not the only reason gun-rights advocates should do all in their power to persuade their fellow Second Amendment promoters to get to the ballot box on November 6.