Excuse me? Did I read that correctly?
A bill put forward by Missouri Republican Mike Leara will make it a felony for any politician to propose gun control legislation. The bill is a direct response to the Democratic bill last week that would require gun owners to turn over their assault weapons.
What about privately owned anti-drone weapons? If they really are out to get you, then you are not paranoid.
Death from a swarm of tiny drones: U.S. Air Force releases terrifying video of tiny flybots that can can hover, stalk and even kill targets
The Air Force training video shows a winged MAV following a target as he drives through the streets of a dense city.
Advanced sensors will enable ‘optic flow,’ which will allow remote pilots to fly by ‘sight’ – rather than flying by GPS, which can be disrupted by buildings or deliberately jammed by enemy forces.
The video depicts three drones following the target into a house, where they maneuver hallways and rooms undetected.
‘Small size and agile flight will allow MAVs to
covertly warrant-less enter locations inaccessible by traditional means of aerial surveillance,’ the narrator says.
The video follows the drones as they fly through an open door and sneak up behind a man who is aiming a
sniper (illegal assault) rifle.
‘Individual MAVs may perform direct attack missions and can be equipped with incapacitating chemicals, combustible payloads or even explosives for precision targeting capability,’ according to the video.
On screen, a small, hovering vehicle pauses before shooting the man directly in the back of the head.
Due process, what due process? This is a urban weapon, short range and only useful against unarmored targets.
Are you thinking what I’m thinking? I hope this is a joke, please let this be a joke. Barry really is building the tools he needs to rule the USA…forever.
Remember, once technology is developed it can’t be undeveloped. And it will be used.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2281403/U-S-Air-Force-developing-terrifying-swarms-tiny-unmanned-drones-hover-crawl-kill-targets.html#ixzz2LTwQhujM