The folks at IBD seem to think that it may:
The United Nations is putting the finishing touches on an Arms Trade Treaty that transcends borders and may even trample our Constitutional right to bear arms. Every indication is that the president will sign it.
…We are assured by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who enthusiastically backs the treaty, that it only deals with international trade and trafficking and does not affect our Second Amendment rights. How the treaty would have dealt with Operation Fast and Furious, the administration program that walked guns into the hands of Mexican drug cartels, she does not say.
We don’t believe such assurances, given by an administration that has shown no respect for the U.S. Constitution and has a robust gun-control agenda of which Fast and Furious may have been a part. Its expansive view of its powers, recently ratified by a bizarre Supreme Court decision on ObamaCare, is supported by judges at all levels increasingly willing to incorporate international precedent and law in their decisions.
The treaty, which former Clinton adviser and political pundit Dick Morris believes President Obama will sign soon after it is completed, would seem to cover guns and weapons in the warm, live hands of private American citizens.
The Obama Administration has shown it’s willingness for lawless activity, both by it’s willingness to assassinate American citizens that are also overseas terrorists (which truth be told, bothers me more as a matter of process than anything else), and its willingness to orchestrate a series of gun-running plots into both Mexico and domestically.
Are they willing to risk instigating a civil war by subverting the Constitution through trickery? I honestly don’t know, and that terrifies me.