In 1794, there was a rebellion in Pennsylvania, by farmers who refused to pay the federal tax on whiskey, citing the same reasons as the minutemen of the American Revolution. When the farmers started forming militias and attacked a tax collector's home, George Washington himself led 13,000 soldiers to put down the rebellion. Funny thing is, they heard the soldiers were coming, and the rebels went home before the army even got there.
^ Whiskey Rebellion
The founding fathers would never support lawless domestic terrorism.
Hmm a subsidy taking, non paying, armed resistance, that doesn't believe America exist, and believes "the Negro " was perhaps happier in slavery...nah
Hello Whiskey Rebellion..