Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Your Child’s Doctor Wants to Know: Are There Guns in Your Home?

What do you say when your child’s pediatrician asks if there are guns in your home? If it hasn’t happened to you yet, be ready. As our government gets more and more intrusive into our lives, it’s important that you are prepared to answer.

According to an article by Dr. Susan Berry, more and more physicians are being urged to question patients about gun ownership while taking health histories during regular office visits. Dr. Eric Fleegler of Boston Children’s Hospital, a member of a “gun violence” panel and one of the lead supporters of this line of questioning, claims that research published in the Journal of the American Board of Family Practice shows that “patient counseling in the doctor’s office about proper firearms storage [is] more likely to lead to a safe change in gun storage.”

Story here 


Do you want to know why they will make it a point to ask your children these types of questions? Because children tell the truth most of the time. They've not had much time in life to practice their poker face and become good little liars. The definition of mental illness will expand exponentially, wait and see. They can't outright go door to door and confiscate just yet, so they'll use your Doctor as foreplay until they can figure out the rest of the plan to remove you from your 2A right. Have you noticed the attack on Due Process has escalated? 


Anonymous said...

no matter how you answer this question you loose. If you say yes the government knows if you have guns. If you answer no, the potential for burglary or robbery increase.

Anonymous said...

Dr asked me Saturday, "So how many guns do you have now?".
I didn't answer, but started asking questions about a shoulder injury. He never got back to the question, I never answered and now I'm looking for a new family Dr.