Mexico Asks US to Provide Gun Registration Info for All Border States

If you’ve been concerned about the steps our federal and some state governments have been taking to outlaw guns and ammunition, then you’ll be really upset over the request being made by the government of Mexico.

Believe it or not, the Mexican legislature voted to ask the United States government to CREATE a gun registry of all commercial firearms in the four US States that borders their country.  Once the registry has been created, then they want the US government to SHARE that registry with them so that they know where every gun in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas is located.

Considering the fact that the massive gun control bill introduced by CALIFORNIA Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein included a requirement to register every gun in America, regardless of make, model, year, how long you’ve had it or how you got it, is it a mere coincidence that Mexico has made this request at this point in time?  After all, California is one of the four states involved with the request the republic of Mexico.

So let me get this straight, Mexico is offended when we try to take action against their people trying to come into the US illegally.  They are upset that we want to deport their citizens back to their counties so that they no longer send the money they make here back to their country.  The Mexican government treats many US citizens like criminals even when they’ve done nothing wrong.  Mexican politics and police are known for their corruption.

I worked with a guy who owned a bright yellow Ford 4×4 pickup.  One morning he woke up and his truck was gone.  Several weeks later, some friends of his found the truck in a small Mexican town about 50 miles south of the border.  As they observed the truck, they discovered that it was being driven by the town’s police chief.  A week later, my co-worker and several of his friends stole his truck back.  Living in a border state for over 35 years, I’ve heard and seen a number of examples of similar corruption in Mexican law enforcement and politics.

And now they want us to provide them with the complete gun registration list for every gun owner in the four border states?

First of all, I don’t believe our own government has the right to demand the registration of guns.  That constitutes an infringement on our Second Amendment rights.  Secondly, it’s none of Mexico’s damn business who owns what in the US.  I don’t trust that information in the hands of our own corrupt government and I surely don’t trust it in the hands of Mexico’s corrupt government or law enforcement community.  Perhaps it’s time to fire a warning shot across the border to get Mexico’s attention and then tell them to butt out of our business or face the consequences.