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Almost every single person who’s been following what Hillary Clinton has been doing over these past few months, and even years, understands she has a penchant for saying some of the most outlandish, anti-constitutional things you’ve ever heard.

With that understanding in place, millions of conservative Americans have been watching her with a close eye, especially since she’s the Democratic nominee for the office of President and what she says now will likely be what goes if she’s elected.

One of the biggest reasons Conservative are wary of another Clinton Presidency is an understanding that if Clinton were to be elected, the second amendment rights we enjoy would be severely threatened.

And we know this based on a few things Mrs. Clinton has said (or didn’t say) about guns in recent weeks.

In an appearance on ABC’s This Week Clinton twice denied any affirmations of whether she believed the second amendment was a right Americans should be allowed to enjoy.

“Hillary Clinton declined to say Sunday whether she believes in a constitutional right to bear arms, possibly opening the door to a fresh round of attacks from Donald Trump, who has already accused the likely Democratic presidential nominee of wanting to ‘abolish’ the Second Amendment.

Clinton deflected twice when asked whether she agrees with the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Second Amendment. The court ruled in 2008 that the Constitution affords private citizens the right to keep firearms in their homes and that such possession need not be connected to military service.”

Take a minute to think about that.

A potential Presidential candidate who already has a very checkered past apparently will not support our second amendment right.

And yet by her reckoning she claims to not be a threat to gun rights.

How does that work.

And if that’s true then why did she tell an entire audience of people on national television she believes it’s well within the scope of the government’s power to regulate our gun rights?

In the same interview Clinton said most Americans would have agreed that the government had the right to take away gun rights from Americans. That was “until Antonin Scalia, the recently deceased Supreme Court justice with an eye for constitutional limitations on the political branches, upset that interpretation.”

This is the verbatim transcript of what she said?

[George Stephanopoulos]  “Do you believe an individual’s right to bear arms is a constitutional right? That it’s not linked to the service in the militia?”

[Clinton] “I think that for most of our history, there was a nuanced reading of the Second Amendment, until the decision by the late Justice Scalia. And there was no argument until then that localities, and states, and the federal government had a right – as we do with every amendment – to impose reasonable regulations.”

Well Ok then, Hillary with that being said its as plain as day that Mrs. Clinton will be coming after your guns. If that weren’t the case then she wouldn’t hint to it now before elected?

This is as good an admission of her saying she wants to grab our guns.

Does it make you worried?

Tell us in the comments below.