PLEASE SHARE! 👉 Hit FPCPolicy.org for a breakdown by @theadamkraut @mattlaatlaw of the #guncontrol “Idea” document circling around in the swamp, reportedly being shopped by the @realdonaldtrump White House and discussed by Republicans on the Hill. Then TAKE ACTION to stop this and other gun control at 👉 FPCAction.org 🇺🇸 Reposted from @gunpolicy
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Attorney General William Barr continued to take the temperature of Republican senators on expanding background checks Wednesday after a working document started circulating publicly. “As the president has made clear he’s interested in exploring meaningful solutions that will actually protect people, make people safer,” the attorney general said. “And I’m up here just kicking around some ideas, getting perspectives, so I can be in a better position to advise the president. The president has made no decision yet on these issues.” [Senate Democrats prepare marathon floor session on gun violence] There was no shortage of confusion Wednesday after the Daily Caller published a copy of the document, describing it as an “idea sheet.” It surfaced after Barr and Eric Ueland, the White House’s legislative affairs director, met Tuesday with Republican lawmakers, including House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows of North Carolina and Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri. The document suggests expanding federal firearm background checks to all commercial sales, in an effort to close the gun show loophole, and it would provide for civil enforcement penalties if firearms dealers fail to maintain proper records of sales. The document describes the proposal as consistent with past legislation from Sens. Joe Manchin III, D-W.Va., and Patrick J. Toomey, R-Pa. Continued ⬇️⬇️⬇️
Wil Wilkinson, a contributing writer to the New York Times opinion pages, believes that the “Come and Take It” response from gun owners to Beto O’Rourke’s “Hell yes we’re coming for your guns” is an affront to democracy, and he’s got a few things to say about it. Wilkinson argues that when gun owners talk about a “civil war” or violence if there is mass confiscation of firearms, that they are acting “seditiously”, and that their refusal to obey a legislatively approved gun ban would be an attack on democracy. It’s an argument that’s divorced from reality, and Wilkinson’s true objective seems to be to try to portray gun owners as dangerous people who don’t have any business owning guns in the first place. Funny, I’ve never seen Wilkinson make the same argument about states that decide to legalize cannabis in violation of federal law. And frankly, that’s a much better model to consider when thinking about what disobedience to any sweeping gun ban would look like. Let’s say a Democrat is elected president in 2020, and with a new Senate majority and continued control of the House, manages to ram through a ban and compensated confiscation of all firearms deemed to be “assault weapons”. What likely to happen next? Let me present one scenario: First, a lawsuit is filed, and it’s likely that a judge would stay the law while the case made its way through the courts. In the meantime, cities would hold voluntary “buyback” programs, but most of the firearms turned in would be rusty old firearms, not the banned “battlefield weapons of war”. Continued ⬇️⬇️⬇️
repost @realdlhughley So what exactly does a teenager need with a #ak47 🤔 This is disturbing that this has become an option for problem solving. #teamdl#thisisamerica#massshooting#domesticterrorism#schoolshootings#gunviolence#guncontrol#repost @thesavoyshow with @get_repost ・・・ A Life Long Failing Oklahoma Teen who was just a little too slow to finish high school decided that instead of just getting her GED it would be much more easier to just brutally murder everyone. In terroristic fashion, she immediately began saving up her money for months with a smile on her face ... to buy an AK-47 for the sole purpose of murdering 400 people at her high school “For Fun” as he described. But like a life long failure, ofcourse her terror plot failed as well. She’s in custody now talking about she was just playing , in hopes of using her skin to get out this situation that she put herself in.
#repost @gunpolicy • • • • • PLEASE SHARE! 👉 Hit FPCPolicy.org for a breakdown by @theadamkraut @mattlaatlaw of the #guncontrol “Idea” document circling around in the swamp, reportedly being shopped by the @realdonaldtrump White House and discussed by Republicans on the Hill. Then TAKE ACTION to stop this and other gun control at 👉 FPCAction.org 🇺🇸