Dan Bongino has worked as a New York City Police Officer and member of the Secret Service where he was assigned to guard Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama. He is an ambitious man with a passion for his family and his country.
While working with the New York Police Department, Dan used his vacation time attend City University of New York, earning a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in psychology. His field of study centered on neuro-psychology and behavioral learning. He graduated with honors at the NYPD academy and in college.
While working with the Secret Service, he obtained a second Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Penn State. At the Secret Service academy, he graduated with honors. After several years in the field, he became an instructor where he was the project manager in charge of re-designing the investigative tactics training program. He received several commendations for his efforts in researching and implementing changes in the investigative training program and how they relate to trends in federal crimes.
In 2010, Dan was instrumental in breaking up one of the largest fraud groups in the history of Maryland. His entire career has had him involved with guns and people. He has seen the worst and best of people. He was asked to speak at a recent Guns Across America Rally in Annapolis, Maryland. What he said is well worth listening to:
There were four things that impressed me about Dan’s speech. The first was his emphasis that there is no such thing as gun control, it’s really about people control. Guns don’t do anything by themselves; it’s the people who have them that are the problem.
Secondly, our rights and freedoms are God given. They were not given to us by Obama or Congress. Since they didn’t give them to us, they have no right to take them away either.
Third, he pointed out that the people who carry out the gun crimes we hear about all got their guns illegally. That means that none of the pending pieces of legislation will do anything to prevent more gun violence. In fact, it will only serve to increase it.
Lastly, he pointed out that the people who do nothing are the ones to blame for getting America into the mess we’re in now. People who don’t vote are to blame for where we are as a nation. If people want to preserve what we once had or regain those freedoms and rights, then they have get off their butts and do something about it.
After watching the video of Dan Bongino, you must make a decision. Are you going to be part of the solution and take action or are you going to be part of the problem and sit on your lazy butt and do nothing? In my opinion, the person that does nothing to help or to fix the problem shouldn’t be complaining about it. If it bothers you that much that you have to say something, then you should actually do something to help.