March 2, 2024 12:16 pm

Democrats Propose Bill to Restrict Paramilitary Activity, Faces Criticism for Potential Impact on Second Amendment

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Democrats Introduce Bill to Effectively Destroy the Constitution’s Last Line of Defense Against Tyranny, ENDING Militias and the 2nd

Militias who like to spend their weekends training to overthrow the government could find themselves running afoul of federal law, under new legislation being proposed in the House and Senate Thursday that seeks to curtail paramilitary activity.

The “Preventing Private Paramilitary Activity Act” is being introduced by Senator Ed Markey from Massachusetts, and Congressman Jamie Raskin of Maryland, both Democrats
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The legislation would prohibit publicly patrolling, drilling or engaging in harmful or deadly paramilitary activities, interfering with or interrupting government proceedings, interfering with someone else exercising their constitutional rights, falsely assuming the role of law enforcement, and “training to engage in such behavior.”

would target practice or a group of friends sighting in rifles or jsut shooting for fun or target practice be considered drilling

The lawmakers propose different tiers of criminal penalties, depending on whether violations result in injury or property damage. The bill would establish harsher penalties for repeat offenders, and probationary sentences for first-time offenders. It would also create paths for the DOJ and private individuals to seek civil federal lawsuits against paramilitary activity.

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