Tennessee Man’s Handgun Privileges Revoked By Judge For Posting YouTube Videos

YouTuber Dave Sarti rants about how a judge has ordered the revocation of his handgun privileges. (Image: YouTube.com)IntelliHub – by Shepard Ambellas

TENNESSEE — YouTuber Dave Sarti, who goes by the username of dsarti1, has had a most Orwellian run-in with the law lately as he has been ordered by a judge to have his handgun permit revoked.

The ruling issued by a judge reads:  

Action by the State of Tennessee Department of Safety is:


Reasons for decision in court:

Youtube videos

“For all of y’all people out there that say they can’t do this…. there’s the judgment, upheld”, Sarti rants on about in a video he posted on YouTube.

Because the mans license has now been revoked Sarti cannot buy and sell firearms anymore.

“I’m getting 16×34 signs on the side of my pickup truck”, Sarti says as he plans to run for governor of the State of Tennessee.

What has America come to?

The U.S. Constitution gives us as citizens the right to keep and bear arms. According to an excerpt from Wikipedia, “The right to keep and bear arms (often referred as the right to bear arms or to have arms) is the people’s right to have their own arms for their defense as described in the philosophical and political writings of AristotleCiceroJohn Locke,Machiavelli, the English Whigs and others. In countries with an English common law tradition, a long standing common law right to keep and bear arms has long been recognized, as pre-existing in common law, prior even to the existence of written national constitutions. In the United States, the right to keep and bear arms is also an enumerated right specifically protected by the U.S. Constitution and many state constitutions such that people have a personal right to own arms for individual use, and a right to bear these same arms both for personal protection and for use in a militia.”

Welcome to “1984″.







Shepard Ambellas is the founder & director of Intellihub.com(a popular alternative news website), researcher, investigative journalist, radio talk show host, activist, and filmmaker.


6 thoughts on “Tennessee Man’s Handgun Privileges Revoked By Judge For Posting YouTube Videos

  1. I’m not sure….isn’t this the same guy who was on that show doomsday preppers and had all his guns confiscated after he disagreed with a doctors diagnosis???? They threw him in the loony bin but he got out after a couple days only to go home and find that the feds had raided his place and stole all his guns. I’m not sure but his name is awfully familiar…and no I’ve never watched doomsday preppers…lol. So now he can’t buy or sell guns because of some youtube videos? That’s messed up.

  2. Regardless of it all, if this guy thinks he has a chance in hell of winning and being declared Tennessee governor, let alone run for governor, he’s living in la la land. The elite won’t ever allow it. But I gotta give the guy credit for standing up and making a statement to his state and country. He’s got more balls than most people in that regard.

  3. There we go with the “Privilege” thing again. Our 2nd Amendment is NOT a “privilege”, it is a RIGHT!

    Keep reminding everyone that people. Don’t let them try and twist the words on this one like they did everything else. This is our last RIGHT that we have to fight with against the total takeover of this tyrannical government.

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