The Texas elementary school shooting in Uvalde served as the impetus for the Democrats’ most recent anti-gun effort. It disturbed the conscience that a person could indiscriminately murder little children.
Join Our Telegram Chanel Here: Donald Trump News
However, the 18-year-old gunman was mad. The local police also failed miserably to enter the classroom where he was hiding.
Despite this, Democrats want to prohibit firearms. They have always had. Because only a well-armed citizenry can oppose tyranny, and tyranny is what socialist Democrats seek to achieve.
The Democrats desire ultimate control over American individuals. Total. Without any resistance.
There are now some Republicans who support the Democratic idea to disarm Americans.
The bipartisan gun legislation passed by Congress near the end of June includes enhanced background checks for potential buyers under the age of 21, provides millions of dollars for states to implement what are known as “red flag” laws that are designed to keep guns out of the hands of people deemed to be dangerous by the courts, and strengthens laws against straw purchasing and trafficking of guns.
However, the July 4th shooting called into question the effectiveness of Illinois’ strict firearm laws, particularly its “red flag” laws since the 21-year-old alleged killer Robert E. Crimo III had a troubled history and still obtained the firearms legally.
Now that Biden has signed the measure into law, we’re stuck with it. And Republicans contributed.
However, one Republican candidate is fighting for our Second Amendment rights.
Arizona congressional candidate Jerone Davison claims he needs an AR-15 to defend himself against “a dozen enraged Democrats in Klan masks.”
‘Democrats like to say that no one needs an AR-15 for self-defense. That no one could all 30 rounds. But with this rifle is the only thing standing between your family and a dozen angry Democrats in Klan hoods – you might just need that semi-automatic, and all 3 rounds,’ Davison asays in the absolutely awesome ad.
The Republican from Arizona tweeted, ‘Make Rifles Great Again.’
Klan members adorned with donkey insignia assault the candidate’s property at this location.
There is no gunshot in the advertisement, but the final shot depicts an unbloodied Klan hood floating in a swimming pool.
Make Rifles Great Again 💪🏿
— Jerone Davison for Congress #AZCD4 (@Jerone4Congress) July 6, 2022
Republican Missouri Senate candidate Eric Greitens’ video declaring he was going ‘RINO hunting’ was followed on Wednesday by another one depicting him shooting at explosives.
As the nation reels from mass shootings, including the one at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, and the one in Highland Park on Monday, pro-gun messages are taking center stage.
Uvalde prompted Congress to pass the first comprehensive gun control legislation in over 30 years.
The Democrats, however, wanted to take those laws one step further, with Vice President Kamala Harris calling for the assault weapons ban, which expired in 2004, to be reimplemented.
In the post-Civil War south, the Democratic Party was historically aligned with the racist Ku Klux Klan.
According to the Daily Mail, “Davison, a former NFL player and pastor, is running against four Republicans for the House seat in Arizona’s 4th Congressional District.”
The state’s primary is August 2.
Previously, Rep. Paul Gosar – one of Trump’s top Congressional allies – represented the area, but he’s running for re-election in the 9th Congressional District after redistricting, meaning the 4th has no current incumbent.
The Cook Political Report puts the seat in solidly Republican hands.
Around the same time the gun grab law was passed last month, the Supreme Court struck down a New York law that required concealed handgun carriers to demonstrate a “proper cause” for doing so in public, finding this requirement unconstitutional.
In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court reversed a lower court decision limiting who can apply for a concealed handgun permit in public. A ruling invalidating the measure would threaten gun restrictions in several states and result in more firearms on city streets, according to proponents.
In his majority opinion, Justice Clarence Thomas argued that the “proper cause requirement” in New York prevented law-abiding citizens from exercising their Second Amendment rights.
Join Our Telegram Chanel Here: Donald Trump News
NBC News reported on the new gun restrictions Biden signed into law, and it looks like Democrats are going to go further:
Would the new gun law passed by Congress have prevented the mass shooting at a July Fourth parade in Illinois this week? Probably not.
Experts and congressional aides familiar with the law say it’s unlikely it would have stopped a person with the suspect’s profile from passing a background check and being able to buy firearms. But they say there is an indirect way the law could have kept guns away from him — had a number of dominoes fallen into place.
While it’s purely a hypothetical exercise, Monday’s massacre in Highland Park, which left seven people dead and many more wounded, offers one of the first opportunities to test whether the most significant federal gun law in a generation could have kept deadly weapons out of the hands of the 21-year-old suspect — or whether, as gun violence prevention advocates argue, that would have required stricter laws.