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Wisconsin Sheriff Reveals the Seven Words He Would Use to Change the Second Amendment



Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke (Source: TheBlaze)

INDIANAPOLIS -- Sheriff David Clarke Jr. may not be a household name…yet. But he's well on his way after his rousing speech at the 2014 NRA convention. Consider the standing ovation he received after revealing the seven words he would add to the Second Amendment: "Keep your hands off our guns, dammit."

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke (Source: TheBlaze) Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke (Source: TheBlaze)

Clarke, the outspoken gun proponent who heads the sheriff's office in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, was easily one of the most popular speakers during the convention's leadership forum. His comments about amending the Constitution were aimed at former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who said in his recent book that he would change the Second Amendment by adding five words in the middle: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms when serving in the militia shall not be infringed."

"My reaction was, 'What!'" Clarke said, adding, "Just what part of 'shall not be infringed' does Justice Stevens not understand?"

That comment drew another standing ovation.

But he wasn't done there, going on to say he was sick of the Second Amendment being the "bastard child of the Bill of Rights."

"The armed citizen made America free and the armed citizen will keep America free!" Clarke said, also calling the armed citizen the "great equalizer" and giving examples of three such instances in his area.

"Those firearms in the hands of law-abiding citizens saved people's lives," he added, declaring he "damn well meant it" when he took his oath to defend the Constitution.

"We're partners now," he said in closing after calling on people to join pro-gun groups. He also warned them that the fight to defend the Second Amendment will be a tough, never-ending one.

"Are you ready?"

The answer seemed to be found in a final standing ovation.

You can watch the speech below via Right Scoop:

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