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Will Obama Go After Second Amendment Rights? Beck & NRA Head Examine What Lies Ahead

TINLEY PARK, IL - OCTOBER 18: Pistols are offered for sale at Freddie Bear Sports on October 18, 2012 in Tinley Park, Illinois. Facing a $267.5 million fiscal 2013 budget gap, Cook County, which includes the City of Chicago and suburbs, has proposed a tax of 5 cents per bullet and $25 on each firearm sold at gun and sporting goods stores in the county. Fred Lutger, who has owned Freddie Bear Sports for 35 years, is concerned with the impact the tax will have on his store which is located about 2 miles inside the Cook County line. Credit: Getty Images

Earlier on Thursday TheBlaze published a report on how just hours after President Barack Obama secured a second term in the White House, the United States supported a U.N. bid Wednesday to reignite talks over an international treaty regulating the global conventional arms trade. Reuters added:

U.N. delegates and gun control activists have complained that talks collapsed in July largely because Obama feared attacks from Republican rival Mitt Romney if his administration was seen as supporting the pact, a charge Washington denies.

The month-long talks at U.N. headquarters broke off after the United States – along with Russia and other major arms producers – said it had problems with the draft treaty and asked for more time.

Glenn Beck and guest David Keene, who serves as president of the National Rifle Association, examined what will happen to Americans' Second Amendment Rights under a another Obama term.

One indication American's are concerned is marked by the tremendous increase in gun sales across the U.S. since the election.

"We can expect that he will go after the Second Amendment Rights in any way he can," Keene said. He added that subtle ways in which the Obama administration can affect change include enacting measures that would increase the cost of guns and ammunition to the point where it becomes prohibitive for everyday Americans to afford.

Watch the informative segment via TheBlaze TV below:

 

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