Sunday, April 21, 2013


Missouri’s specific laws against participating in the federal RealID Act of 2005: 302.183 RSMo
The barrage of initials in the subject line of this post are some of the departments involved in the betrayal by the Missouri Governor Jay Nixon and Attorney General Christopher Koster against the citizens of Missouri. All drivers license and CCW license holders.
The Department of Revenue fed Missouri citizens private information to the Department of Homeland Security through the Motor Vehicle Department. The Missouri State Highway Patrol, Col. Ron Replogle,  gave a complete list of all (163,000+) Missouri CCW license holders to the Social Security Administration, twice.
Governor Nixon's response:
"Governor Jay Nixon has denied that concealed weapons permits were turned over to a "magical database" for federal agents to "mess with" Missourians."
MSHP Col. Ron Replogle said the discs he turned over to the Social Security Administration Office of the Inspector General were unreadable and destroyed. BUT... the SSA Inspector General said they were readable.
"Security Administration Inspector General (SSA OIG) Patrick O’Carroll, Jr. had told U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer, R-Mo., that its investigators had been able to read the second disk."
As if this wasn't enough of a melee of lies, cover ups, back tracking and violation of Missouri law, according to documents provided by the Missouri Department of Revenue in response to a State Senate subpoena, the Missouri Highway Patrol provided a spreadsheet of names of people with Conceal Carry Weapons permits to the federal government as part of a joint venture with the Social Security Administration and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

This scanned email is only one of 6 documents. To see all correspondence this is a link to the pdf file:
And we all remember what the MIAC is ... right?
Where is all of our information going?
"When the company verifies your identity and issues your license your private information is supposed to be destroyed but according to Senator Schaefer, no one at the state level is verifying that." 
Who is Jackie Bemboom and Who is funding this DMV change over of equipment and the illegal storage & transmission of Missourian's private information?
Well, the Department of Homeland Security... of course.
Finally, this was Gov. Nixon' response when asked if he knew his DoR was sending confidential information to the feds in direct violations of state law... a law that he himself signed:
“Like I say, we, we, we comport ourselves with the law and I’m not, I’m, I, I, I won’t…..uh…(pause)…y’know (pause) uh, We are, uh, (pause) we are following the laws as written by the, by, by the, by, in our state and the federal level, uh, and, uh, you now, I signed a law a couple of years ago saying , saying, what we’d do, and we’ve following those. so I, I uh you know, so I, I will only say, as is our usual (pause) process and procedure we follow the laws and will continue to.”

What can YOU do?

Please plan on attending a meeting with the Speaker of the Missouri House, Tim Jones, and State Senator Kurt Schaefer who are coming to Macon County to address the ongoing scandal with the Department of Revenue's illegal storage and transmission of Missourian's private information.

Tomorrow - April 22nd

11:00 a.m.

Depot Inn, La Plata

 Stay informed!!
The most thorough, up to date information:

Current Missouri bills related to the rogue Department of Revenue scandal:
From Missouri Family Network:
HCS HB 137 Introduced by Representative Hinson (R), requires all state agencies to obtain approval from the General Assembly prior to administering, implementing, or expanding any federal program. First read in the Senate on Monday. Second read and referred to the Senate Oversight Committee on Thursday 4-18-2013.
HCS HB 787 Introduced by Representative Richardson (R), prohibits the Department of Revenue from retaining copies of source documents used to obtain driver's licenses and nondriver's licenses. During debate on the House floor this bill was amended to include a prohibition against creating any kind of database of firearms, owners, ammunition, or other firearms accessories. The sovereign immunity for DOR employees has been removed and officials will now be subject to civil lawsuits.Second read and referred to the Senate Transportation Committee on Thursday 4-18-2013.
HB 818 Sponsored by Robert Ross and Jason Smith Specifies that no state agency or department shall construct, enable, maintain, participate in, or develop a database of the number or type of firearms, ammunition, or accessories that an individual possesses. 4/4/2013 Voted Do Pass (H)
HB 840 Introduced by Representative Wanda Brown (R), requires the Department of Revenue to indemnify local fee offices if, during the course of its official duties and pursuant to state law or regulations, the fee office is sued. Heard in the House Oversight Committee on Monday 4-15-2013.
HCS HB 859 Sponsored by Rick Brattin and John McCaherty Allows for conversion of concealed carry endorsements to concealed carry permits, eliminates concealed carry endorsements and replaces them with concealed carry permits. 4/4/2013 Referred: Rules
HB 872 Introduced by Dave Schatz and Glen Kolkmeyer Removes the renewal requirements for concealed carry endorsements making them valid for life if not suspended or revoked. 4/4/2013 Referred: General Laws
HB 886 Introduced by Representative Bahr (R), authorizes the General Assembly to remove any department director or deputy director if it determines that the removal is necessary for the betterment of the public service. Heard in the House Oversight Committee on Monday 4-15-2013.
HB 887 Sponsored by Chris Kelly and Jay Barnes Prohibits the Department of Revenue from selling or disclosing certain driver record information. 4/4/2013 Public Hearing Completed (H)
HRM 1 Introduced by Representative Marshall (R), condemns the release of private protected information on concealed carry endorsements, remonstrates against executive departments, and demands the Governor investigate, discipline and remove those responsible. Offered in the House on Thursday 4-18-2013.
SS SB 252 Introduced by Senator Kraus (R), prohibits the Department of Revenue from retaining copies of source documents used to obtain driver's licenses and modifies other driver's license provisions. Amendments to the bill removes the final CCW endorsement step from DOR and places it with the local Sheriff (who issues the CCW certificate already). Additional amendments require the destruction of the new scanned database and the electronic records in it, prohibits any biometric photos or fingerprints, and extends the time CCW endorsements from 3 to 5 years. Voted do pass out of the Senate Oversight Committee on Monday, third read on Tuesday, with an emergency clause. Reported to the House and first read on Wednesday. Second read in the House on Thursday 4-18-2013.

Share this post on:

No comments:

Post a Comment