Did Bill Clinton Just Try to Make It Easier To Buy Assault Weapons in NH?

by Steve MacDonald

Yesterday, the impeached, sex-offending, perjurer known as former President Bill Clinton said this…I dont always vote in NH but when I do I live at Martha Fuller Clarks House

“A great democracy does not make it harder to vote than to buy an assault weapon.”

-Bill Clinton

To buy an assault weapon you have to provide photo ID.  You have to undergo a federal background check to ensure that no state, federal, or local laws are being violated.  So if Bill is correct in his abuse of metaphor, then it shouldn’t be harder to get an assault rifle than it is to vote in New Hampshire; which means that you can get one delivered to you ‘absentee,’ perhaps even to the state you actually live in, and all you have to do is claim to have “lived” at Martha Fuller Clark’s House in the Historical voter-fraud district of Portsmouth New Hampshire.

New Hampshire AG Joe Foster’s elections division might even hand deliver it for you.

(btw-Bill, we live in a Republic, still, if only barely…)

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  • Kathleen LaBonte

    Car insurance companies by law have the right to obtain from an applicant 1) driving record based on state motor vehicle reports, 2) prior insurance records, 3) credit reports, and 4) claim history. Further, in order to obtain car insurance the State of NH requires by law (RSA 261:52-b or RSA 261:52c) the policyholder/applicant sign “Form INS 1 Statement of Residency Including Applicable Exemptions,” which is kept on file with the insurance company. The applicant attests to the following:
    a) A resident is a person who maintains his or her true, fixed and permanent residence within the State of NH, does not claim residency in any other state for any purpose and who has through all of his or her actions, demonstrated a current intent to designate that the permanent residence is his or her principal place of physical presence for the indefinite future to the exclusion of all others; or
    b) A resident is a person who has previously met the conditions of (a) above and who now maintains a permanent residence in NH for the entire year and has actually spent more than 183 days in NH during the previous calendar year; or
    c) (addresses homelessness & traveling outside of the state in a recreational vehicle not to exceed 2 years)
    d) (addresses exemptions, vehicle garaged exclusively in NH and military service)

    Here comes the penalties if you lie about your residency when purchasing car insurance:
    e) I understand that if I falsely claim for myself or any named insured to be a resident of the State of NH, or if I claim for myself or any named insured to be entitled to exemption hereunder, I AM SUBJECT TO PROSECUTION, IMPRISONMENT OF UP TO ONE YEAR, A FINE OF $2,000 AND THE DENIAL OF COVERAGE FOR ANY LOSS NOT OCCURRING IN NH under the automobile insurance policy for which I am applying.

    I don’t know how many folks are affected by an individual falsifying their car insurance application, but I do know that voter fraud has changed the course of our country and affected and harmed the whole United States of America. So Steve, we can now add car insurance applications, that allow a thorough background check and carry severe penalties if falsified, as something more difficult to obtain than a ballot.

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