If a cop can kill you for having a gun, you don’t actually have the right to bear arms
I’m not talking about instances where a suspect was brandishing a weapon, and police officers or civilians were clearly in danger. I’m talking about instances like Ryan Whitaker answering his door with a gun, like he is constitutionally allowed to, or the hundreds of cases where cops just wasted someone because they thought they had a gun.
If you’re not actively committing a crime, and police are allowed to murder you simply because you have a gun or they think you have a gun, then you don’t actually have the right to bear arms. What you have is the privilege to bear arms, up until a police officer decides otherwise.
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