Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
Nothing is sacred under Obama’s lawless reign of terror.
Would VA physicians break the Dr. Patient confidentiality and turn the requested information over to the FBI so that veterans could be denied their God-given right under the Second Amendment to own a firearm(s)?
Bet your lunch money on it.
Make absolutely no mistake about it, Obama is a modern day tyrant and will just keep moving the bar on hisexcessive abuses of power.
He must be legally stopped by We the People, as our elected officials show no inclination what so ever to stop him.
A shocking new report shows the FBI is colluding with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to prevent veterans from exercising their Second Amendment rights to bear arms using not only medical information, but financial data, as well.
The memo from February 2012, first obtained by The Daily Caller, is entitled “MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS AND THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION REGARDING THE NATIONAL INSTANT CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK SYSTEM.”
The document states that the VA must provide health-related information of veterans to the bureau:
VA will provide an encrypted compact disc exchanged via mail to the FBI no less than quarterly for, inter alia, inclusion in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).
A separate “frequently asked questions” document said the “VA provides the Department of Justice a monthly list of individuals who have been rated by VA as being unable to manage their VA benefits.”
“A monthly CD” is sent by the VA information technology center in Austin, Texas, to the FBI. On the CD are new names of veterans added to the watch list. While the number of veterans “fluctuates,” as many as “129,440 beneficiaries were in the program as of July 12, 2012,” according to the memo.
One veteran, Douglas Szklarski told The DC,
“I was getting real sick from the medications they had me on,” I pretty much lived in bed. Somebody brought me a joint. I started using cannabis. It started turning me around immediately. So I said I wouldn’t [take the VA pills] anymore. They said you have to take them. They deemed me incompetent.
“I’ve had like nine doctors say I wasn’t incompetent and they still went after my guns,” Szklarski added. “ATF came to my house. I had to surrender them.”
Szklarski noted he appealed the VA’s decision and only “just got” his guns back.
The publication noted that if the VA says you can’t handle your financial affairs, for example by changing banking methods, you could also land on the list. Even agents with the Bureau for Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) will confiscate veterans’ firearms.
This report comes after a letter submitted by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, to Attorney General Eric Holder last week asking several questions about the VA’s questionable policy.
Why would our government be actively seeking to disarm those who risked their lives and swore to serve and protect our country?