Showing once again that scores of Americans will willingly give away their constitutional rights, a new man-on-the-street video shows college students signing a fake petition that supposedly would repeal the Second Amendment and place all gun owners in “FEMA camps.”
The ridiculous and even offensive petition video must be seen to be believed, but it shows college students in San Diego happily signing a petition for political activist and prankster Mark Dice . He tells one of them:
We’re going to ban all guns, except for the military and the police. We’ll do some door-to-door gun confiscations. We have a list of all the registered weapons, so the military will just go and take those away from people.
For some of the students, he takes it a step further:
We really just need to get behind the president and take these registered legal gun owners and put them in a FEMA concentration camp and keep everyone safe that way. Thanks for supporting putting them in FEMA camps. … It just shows that the population is behind Obama.
And the students continue to happily sign. The video must be seen to be believed.
Off The Grid News recently reported on Dice getting Californians to sign away their Third Amendment  rights. In other videos, Dice has gotten people on the street to sign fake petitions repealing the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Amendments, as well as the entire Bill of Rights.
In the newest video, Dice even tells some of the students that the government should execute gun owners.
“Let’s shoot them,” he says. “They like guns so much. Let’s feed the gun owners some of their lead, right?”
Some of the students engage him in conversation – but still agree.
“We’re trying to repeal the Second Amendment and put all gun owners in prison,” he says.
Guns are “too dangerous,” the student says, nodding her head.
“Only the police need the guns, right? We can trust them,” Dice answers.
He tells another student: “What could you possible need a gun for in today’s society when you have the police?”
Watch the entire video below.