What is it the Democrats fail to understand about the SECOND AMENDMENT and the Bill of Rights?
The rights guaranteed by our Founding Fathers to the American public.
The right to keep and bear arms was so important that they placed it second on the list, yet the Democrats foam at the mouth to chip away at those rights every chance they can get.
According to Breitbart, the latest is an effort to:
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outlaw the private gun sales Americans have enjoyed since December 15, 1791, the date on which the Second Amendment was ratified.
Yes, that says 1791, as in over two hundred years of precedent!
And they’re rolling out Gabby Giffords to help them with their pitch.
Here’s Pelosi’s statement:
More details on the story, from Breitbart:
House Democrats plan to move legislation criminalizing private gun sales out of committee and get it to the floor for a vote this week.
On January 8, Breitbart News reported that House Democrats introduced the legislation, dubbed H.R. 8, in honor of the eighth anniversary of the January 8, 2011, attack on Gabby Giffords.
Giffords stood with the Democrats as they introduced their gun control:
H.R. 8 would outlaw the private gun sales Americans have enjoyed since December 15, 1791, the date on which the Second Amendment was ratified. This would criminalize a neighbor who sold a gun to lifelong neighbor without first getting government permission via a background check. It would also criminalize a friend for selling a gun to lifelong friend without government permission.
Ironically, the bill would have done nothing to stop the attack on Gabby Giffords because her attacker did not buy his gun privately. Rather, he passed a background check to acquire the gun retail.
Moreover, H.R. 8 would have done nothing to stop nearly every mass shooter to date in the 21st century. This is because nearly every mass shooter acquired his guns via background checks, rather than private gun sales. The exceptions are those who stole their guns.
Yet Democrats are rushing this legislation to the House floor for a vote. Reuters reports that the House Judiciary Panel “will mark up the bill…on February 13 and send it to the House floor for a vote.”
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