It took a little more than 24 hours after the Boulder shooting for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to begin telling us we needed “common sense gun control reform.”
I cringe every time I hear those words.
I think Sen. Patrick Moynihan (D – NY) was where I first heard those words. That was somewhere around the late 70s or early 80s.
When his version of common sense gained no traction he angrily stated, “We’ll tax them out of existence.”
His anger gave way to his true intentions in the early 90s. That’s when he tried to make handgun control a part of healthcare reform by drastically increasing the tax on bullets.
Does that make sense to any of you out there?
Nah, me neither.
The House recently passed gun control bills H.R. 8 and H.R. 1446. Both had to do with background checks.
Sen. Diane Feinstein stepped into the fray and introduced an additional bill offering her views on common sense gun laws.
It bans around 205 weapons and allows the FBI to delay gun purchases indefinitely. Her common sense stinks as badly as Moynihan’s and is the same old whopper told over and over again.
On the March 25, Sen. Bob Menendez and Rep. Barbara Lee introduced The Gun Records Restoration and Preservation Act.
It has been identified as the first step in mandatory registration. History from around the world tells us what comes after mandatory registration.
After the Boulder shooting Joe Biden began adding icing to the antigun cake. He told us we needed to ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines.
He was quoted as saying, “I don’t need to wait another minute, let alone an hour, to take common-sense steps that will save lives in the future and to urge my colleagues in the House and Senate to act.”
The worst of all of them is HR1127, also known as the Sabika Sheikh Firearm Licensing and Registration Act.
It is the most tyrannical gun control measure in the history of this country. I recommend everyone look it up and read for themselves. It will likely not pass, but is a strong indicator of where the left truly wants to go with gun control.
These anti-gunners must pull their common sense from their nether regions because their ideas stink to high heaven. Their true goal is to disarm the populace.
Again, history from around the world tells us what happens afterwards.
Gun nullification laws are problematic, but they do make a statement.
Alabama is one of a dozen states where gun nullification bills have been introduced. Alabama’s bill has moved onto the house for further consideration.
With enough guidance from the citizenry, Montgomery might take a stand against federal overreach on the subject of gun control.
Let your representative know your thoughts on the subject.