Democrats are preparing a gun control onslaught...Throwing Feinstein Overboard

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The old guard of gun control crazies are out. Prepare for crazies 2.0....bye bye Diane

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Democrats are preparing a gun control onslaught


As early voting has already begun in the Georgia runoff election, with control of the U.S. Senate on the line, there is no shortage of opinions about what the nation’s greatest deliberative body will look like if it comes under the control of Democrats, led by Sen. Chuck Schumer.


People, for example, can be sure that a Democrat majority partnered with a Biden presidency will clear a path for gun control — gun bans, a ban on private firearm transfers, magazine capacity limits, and potentially even a firearm confiscation initiative.


While it is no secret that Schumer and his colleagues on the Left have been avid proponents of gun control, the New Yorker’s recent story about Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s declining health also conveniently exposed the degree to which the gun control lobby has already embedded itself among Senate Democrats.


In the story, reporter Jane Mayer’s anonymous sources recall that Minority Leader Schumer was concerned enough about Feinstein’s mental acuity and her ability to manage Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing that he “embedded” a trusted staffer into the Senate Judiciary Committee to “make sure the hearings didn’t go off the rails.” The staffer he chose for this task was Max Young, unsurprisingly a former Schumer staffer, but shockingly the current chief public affairs officer for gun control groups Everytown for Gun Safety and Moms Demand Action.


Cam Edwards of Bearing Arms put it perfectly when he urged people to see the situation in reverse. “Just imagine for a second the amount of outrage that would come from the Left if the New Yorker reported that Mitch McConnell had brought in the chief of public affairs for the NRA to ‘embed’ in the Senate Judiciary Committee,” Edwards commented when the story broke earlier this month.


The comparison is apt. After all, the media is often caught foaming at the mouth to report on the various ways Second Amendment advocates such as the National Rifle Association and the National Shooting Sports Foundation protect the right to keep and bear arms in the courts and in federal, state, and local governments. By contrast, Moms Demand Action and Everytown for Gun Safety’s support of extreme measures such as gun confiscation and firearm magazine capacity limits are allowed to be billed unchallenged to the public as “sensible gun laws.”


The reality is that these proposals are not only decreasing in popularity throughout the United States, but people are wising up to the fact that magazine capacity limits are widely considered to have little or no “positive effect on public safety.”


Furthermore, efforts to institute firearm “buybacks” are recognized as thinly veiled efforts to institute gun confiscation. For proof, look no further than Everytown’s endorsement of Robert Francis “Hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15” O’Rourke.


Schumer’s placement of a high-ranking gun control advocate in the Senate Judiciary Committee is cause for concern. Unlike the NSSF or the NRA, Everytown and Moms Demand Action are personal crusades funded almost exclusively by New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg. After all, the organizations wouldn’t even exist if the recent failed presidential candidate hadn’t set aside “$50 million of his personal fortune to create a … new advocacy organization.”


Moreover, instead of doing his job as the minority leader, Schumer relied on espionage against one of his own members, executed by someone whose paycheck is signed by an unelected billionaire.


Whether or not Democrats take control of the Senate for the 117th Congress, this incident raises serious questions about what relationships influence Democratic leaders’ legislative priorities, and the effect said relationships will have on all of our constitutional rights.
 

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it looks like dems are going to be 222-213 in the house...we will see about senate in a few weeks. I don't think an incoming president has faced anything like this since Reagan
 

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Ever thought about what happened to all the blue dog democrats that party had.........
Baker is the perfect example that they can run on the republican ticket and in the time of need turn into a full blown marxist democrat
We have 2 election cycles to vet and get rid of all the swamp creatures lurking in politic's, Shit half of them already thinking it's safe have outed themselves as a blue dog democrat..
 
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Ever thought about what happened to all the blue dog democrats that party had.........
Baker is the perfect example that they can run on the republican ticket and in the time of need turn into a full blown marxist democrat
We have 2 election cycles to vet and get rid of all the swamp creatures lurking in politic's, Shit half of them already thinking it's safe have outed themselves as a blue dog democrat..
It's going to take a lot more than votes to get rid of them, they are all dug in like ticks on a dog's back. Hell, they can lie, cheat, steal, and commit treason they are protected. Nothing is going to change until the people rise up and run them all out on a rail and the brainwashed masses don't have the stomach for it.
 

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Submitted by the moral equivalent of Linsky. Every year, dead on arrival.

There is no serious chance of gun control passing the senate even with the 51-50 democrap majority. Manchin of WV is more conservative than 1/2 the republicans in the senate and there is no chance he will vote for any of the truly retarded shit. We dont even have to worry about his assassination by the great Clinton Empire since the governor of WV is a republican.

Executive orders are the problem we are really facing. I would bet my left nut that no serious gun control measures make it through the senate.
 

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The votes you say they will never get (cloture, ie 60 votes to move the legislation) won’t matter. They have a rules change that will do away with requirement (end the filibuster on everything not just budgets/spending/taxes & judges/justices). All they need is 50+1 and they have that.

With that said DO NOT COMPLY.
 

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Gun violence is a public health crisis - we are going to be hearing that over and over until everyone is programmed.
 
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