“Ever since its founding 65 years ago, the U.N. has been hell-bent on bringing the U.S. to its knees,” U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman, R-Friendswood, said in a recent fundraising letter.
The letter, forwarded to us by a reader, said that a new U.N. treaty includes provisions “mandating a new international gun registry,” among other things. Stockman also wrote that the treaty “sets the stage for confiscation on a global scale.”
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Statement: A new U.N. treaty is “mandating a new international gun registry.”