Police arrest a homeschooling mother, charged with ‘terroristic threats’ and confiscate her firearms after she quoted the Constitution at a tax-protest in NJ.
It’s easy to achieve gun confiscation in Obama’s Amerika. Don’t believe me? Just ask Eileen Hart. Daughter of survivors of Hitler’s Holocaust is experiencing a foretaste of oppression and tyranny in a land we all assumed was the home of the free.
Hart, her husband and 7 year-old daughter were protesting a mandatory tax reassessment of her home at the Gloucester Community Center in New Jersey, where she was arrested and told to turn over her guns after she says she was reading the Constitution and peacefully protesting what she said was an arbitrary and unfair increase of her tax burden.
On the accusation of Appraisal Systems, Inc. representative Andrew Colavecchio, authorities arrived to arrest Hart at her home. The Police Complaint states Hart began screaming publicly that she would return with a gun, but there is no other witness corroboration of that claim. Hart says Colavecchio became outraged when Hart referred to him as a “pencil pusher” as she was removed from the public forum after she began reading the Constitution’s protections against what she claims was infringement on her private property rights. She states he followed her into the parking lot in a rage and took down her license plate and exclaimed “Let’s see if you can pay your taxes now!”. She arrived home to find a phalanx of police surrounding her house and she was taken into custody on Colaveccio’s accusation that she said she was returning to the forum “with a gun”, an accusation she vehemently denies. She says she was handcuffed to a chair and charged with ‘terroristic threatening’. The police then demanded she surrender her firearms, even though they had no warrant to seize anything.
“If quoting the Constitution makes me a terrorist, we are in Hitler’s America,” Hart is reported to have said.
The Blaze recounts the details and Hart’s assertion that she was falsely accused and arrested for merely standing up for her Constitutional Rights.