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Does a potentially life saving UN treaty also contain the -- for violating Second Amendment Rights.
Senior correspondent Eric -- takes fair and balanced look tonight I -- give support the United Nations arms trade treaty is aimed at stopping the flow of illegal weapons around the world.
From tanks and helicopters.
Two handguns -- sponsors say the illicit trade fuels conflicts costing thousands of lives each day.
But critics -- the treaty will impose a system of international gun control and violate American constitutional right.
-- treaty isn't clearly limited to the international arms trade.
Their points in the draft treaty -- it seems like it could apply to domestic arms sales and transfers inside the United States.
And that would raise very serious second and then that problem.
-- that treaty calls for governments to create a list of weapons in their countries opponents charge that would create a nationwide gun registry.
The National Rifle Association has lobbied against the treaty calling it a violation of americans' gun rights but the treaty supporters say that's not so.
History -- is about international.
-- -- says it will have no impact zero impact.
On the domestic issues within the USA has zero impact on Second Amendment Rights it's very clear this treaty is about the international -- of -- and ammunition around the world.
Critics predict any UN declaration cannot stop the international flow of illegal weapons at best this treaty will achieve nothing whatsoever.
It will be just a worthless piece of paper if the -- is approved here at the UN possibly this week.
It must still be ratified by two thirds of the US senate.
That it's highly unlikely.
Just this past weekend the senate passed an amendment specifically prohibiting the US firms signing on to the -- At the United Nations I'm Eric Sean Fox News.
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