by Gina Cassini | Top Right News
Last week, TRN reported on Connecticut John Cinque’s 2013 warning to lawmakers that he would not comply with their attempts to force the citizens of Connecticut to register their semi-automatic weapons and high capacity magazines.
Since that time, the video has gone viral, with over 250,000 people viewing our report. However, in a recent video between Mr. Cinque and Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Joe Viconti, Cinque reveals some very sinister blowback that occurred since the video went public.
Cinque said that after seeing his video, a police officer in his hometown of Branford, CT told him, “I cannot wait to get the order to kick your door in.”
You can the 12-minute interview in its entirety here.
TRN has communicated with both Cinque and the Branford Police department for details on the name of this officer, but we have not heard back at the time of this publication. I will be contacting the Branford Chief of Police on Monday morning.
It’s truly getting scary up in Connecticut. An unpopular law is spurring mass resistance among the people, and some tyrants in power are doubling down. Something has to give. One can only hope a change can be made in the governor’s race this November, before something tragic occurs.
Back to the video, in the interview Cinque referenced a phone conversation with Connecticut State Representative David Yaccarino. In that questioning, Cinque said that the thing that really stuck with him was the fact that when he asked Yaccarino why there was a Second Amendment, he responded that it was put in place so that the Colonists could attack the British. No, seriously, that is what was said. Never mind that the Second Amendment was written long after the Revolutionary War ended.
This is the kind of arrogant ignorance we have to deal with — and this was a Republican!
“I don’t trust the Republicans…at the state or the federal level,” said Cinque. “This whole Progressive movement has bitten everyone, and that’s what it comes down to.” Very true words, indeed. The same can be said on a wide range of issues, from guns to immigration to the budget.
Yaccarino finished the conversation with Cinque and then the phone was hung up, and Cinque was determined to go to the meeting (you can see the video of his comments here if you missed them).
John is among hundreds of thousands of Connecticut citizens who are exercising mass civil disobedience against not only a violation of their rights expressed in the Second Amendment, but also in the Connecticut State Constitution. They are not registering their weapons and they aren’t surrendering them as instructed.
We salute these patriots, who are reflecting the values of the original patriots — the American colonists — themselves. Values far too many Americans have long forgotten.
Gina is a proud Texas mom of 4, avid gun owner and hunter, and vigilant patriot.