New Honolulu Police Chief Issues Directive To Confiscate Guns Of Medical Marijuana Users - ZNWO Gun Grab Begins

[updated]  ‘Surrender Your Firearms’ – Gov’t Now Confiscating Guns from Medical Cannabis Users

[excerpted] Residents in Honolulu, Hawaii, were recently informed that if they use cannabis for medicinal purposes, they will be given 30 days to “voluntarily surrender” their firearms and ammunition before the Honolulu Police Department begins confiscation.

A series of letters were mailed out from Police Chief Susan Ballard on Nov. 13, as confirmed by a report from Leafly, which noted that the letters appear to represent “the first time a law enforcement agency has proactively sought out state-registered medical marijuana patients and ordered them to surrender their guns.”

The letter references H.R.S. 134-7.3, which dictates “Seizure of Firearms Upon Disqualification.” Ballard claimed that residents have until Dec. 13 to “voluntary surrender” their firearms, in order to be in compliance with the law.

“If you currently own or have firearms, you have 30 days upon the receipt of this letter to voluntarily surrender your firearms, permit and ammunition to the Honolulu Police Department or otherwise transfer ownership.”

The letter claimed that “a medical doctor’s clearance letter is required for any future firearms applications or returns of firearms from HPD evidence.”

This order serves as another reminder of the clash between state law and federal law. While medical cannabis is legal in Hawaii and the state’s first dispensary opened in August, it is still illegal under federal law.

Even though cannabis has been legalized for either medical or recreational use in 29 states and Washington D.C., the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms sent a letter to all firearms licensees in 2011, claiming that even if individuals have state-issued medical cannabis cards, it is still illegal for them to own firearms because cannabis is still a Schedule I substance under federal law.

A few things noteworthy here. The biggest thing of course is that this is 'a first'. Even though, according to the above source, the federal government had "sent a letter to all firearms licensees in 2011" who were medical-cannabis card holders notifying them of the federal regulation, apparently there has been no enforcement of this anywhere...until now.

Until now. 30 days to turn in the guns or the police come knocking on the door in the state of Hawaii and confiscate them. No question that there is a precedent being set here. 29 states total and D.C. have legalized medical or recreational 'cannabis'. Will they begin to follow suit one by one? Hard to see how that would not be the case.

On the other hand the movement to legalize marijuana at the federal level, as well globally, is now a major issue. However that is scripted to play out, and no doubt that the outcome is already determined, it will have to impact this marijuana-user/gun owner topic in some way.

Federal legalization it seems would either nullify the law that Hawaii is citing to begin gun confiscation, or perhaps the precedent set is going to be used to expand the law to create a whole new set of gun-ownership restrictions. No way to know at this point, but one thing sure is that disarming the public is a non-negotiable for the znwo-gangster agenda because they can never completely subjugate the 'commoners' to their control until the guns are gone. Having now found a start point for actual gun-removal the chances of that being abandoned have to be nil.

Police knocking and confiscating - there is a name for that isn't there? Gestapo - yes that's it.

One more interesting thing about this. Susan Ballard the Honolulu police chief that issued this gun-confiscation directive, who is not Hawaiian, is brand new on the job, just about a month or so. The outgoing police chief, a Hawaiian man, was ousted from the position on seemingly nonsensical charges of 'fraud' surrounding a case of a 'stolen mailbox' - which then morphed into an ever more twisted and constantly changing story line [link]. For what that's worth - but looking at it now it is very clear that the outgoing police chief would likely not have ever been able to issue this gun-grab decree. A Hawaiian taking the guns away from Hawaiian locals - that probably would not go over well. And as it turns out, amazingly enough, it did not happen that way. Note also: The outgoing police chief had a "33 yr. career" [link]. Make believe world 2017.

Knock knock. Who's there? Annie. Annie who? - Annie grab-your-gun Gestapo you little minion.

Starts December 13, 2017 Hawaii.
Rev. 18:4
Ps.127:1 'Except the LORD build the house, they labour in vain that build it'  [znwo - false zion]

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