Skip to comments.Republican Turncoats Introduce Anti-Gun Law
Posted on 10/20/2017 3:49:29 PM PDT by Enlightened1
Florida Republican Carlos Curbelo along with 9 other turncoat Republicans introduce the first formal anti-gun law after the tragedy in Las Vegas. It's also backed by 10 Democrats. GET IN THE FIGHT NOW. THIS IS FAR MORE SERIOUS THAN YOU MAY THINK. PLEASE WATCH AND SHARE.
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These 10 Republicans in congress are gun grabbers, and this needs to be known. Time to Primary them from office ASAP.
Nevertheless, I don't think President Trump would sign this into office too. The President is very strong on the second Amendment.
Still this is alarming how 10 Republicans want to propose laws against guns after the Vegas incident. This is even when the original narrative of what happened is falling apart.
Not so alarming. There are about 220+ Republican members of the House of Representatives. It is probably the case that at least 10% are slugs.
Notice after Gosnell, no Republicans held press conferences demanding that Dems join them in enacting laws restricting abortion.
This is a horrible law. We all need to contact our congress critters. As written it’s an ex post facto law but it will take a decade or more to work its way through the courts. Meantime, we’re all criminals.
Still no definitive reporting on what firearms were used but legislation is being introduced to ban guns. How would this law have prevented the Las Vegas shooting?
Why not actually include a LIST of the names as a comment, instead of expecting everyone to wade through a Youtube video to find out who they are?
There are two we keep seeing in images: An AR-15 with a bump fire stock and 100 round SureFire mag. An AR-10 with a scope on a bipod.
The presence of Tannerite and bolt cutters in his car suggest that what we saw was "Plan B" and that "Plan A"", his actual target was the Jet A tanks across the street from the concert at McCarren
He wasn't trying to kill 58 people, he was trying to kill 20,000 in the biggest terrorist attack of all times. For some reason he doesn't seem to have been able to get the Tannerite close to the Jet A tanks.
"Plan B" consisted of hosing down the crowd with the bump fire stock equipped AR-15.
The good news is, he chose to spray the crowd with simulated machine gun fire and cause a panic instead of using aimed shots to kill as many as possible. In 10 minutes time he could have killed at least 200 people. The "bump fire" stocks actually saved lives.
There are about 220+ Republican members of the House of Representatives. It is probably the case that at least 10% are slugs.
And the rest are on drugs ...
I wouldn’t worry much about GOP traitors who want to act like Nazis. We have 2nd amendment remedies for that.
Sign it now.
Do not pass H.R.3999
Created by S.S. on October 12, 2017
But for me, the e-mail confirmation link from the Petition returned “404 Page Not Found.” That’s interesting.
Another 9 RINOs needs to go!!! Primary them...drain the swamp.
The e-mail confirmation link for the Petition *did work* with the Firefox browser, though. It only malfunctioned with the Brave browser.
The bizarre, crazy Vegas show and narrative should be enough to get your suspicion going. And that was after two other unbelievable, incredible, creepy weirdo shows in recent years.
Be aware and consider the obvious possibilities of the obvious. Sometime, it just might be what it looks like: something constructed to be surreal but not really real. And if so, it wouldn’t have been worth the malfunctioning normalcy bias. “Malfunctioning,” because people are capable of doing whatever they’re physically able to do (much, even strange or evil things!).
Just take a look at a transcript of the police there, it's an oddity in itself. (And that's not counting the changes to "the story" and, in particular, the timing of them WRT amateur investigation.)
Rep. King, Peter T. [R-NY-2]
Rep. Lance, Leonard [R-NJ-7]
Rep. Meehan, Patrick [R-PA-7]
Rep. Royce, Edward R. [R-CA-39]
Rep. Smith, Christopher H. [R-NJ-4]
Rep. Paulsen, Erik [R-MN-3]
Rep. Costello, Ryan A. [R-PA-6]
Rep. Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana [R-FL-27]
Rep. Dent, Charles W. [R-PA-15]
Rep. Stefanik, Elise M. [R-NY-21]
Rep. Ross, Dennis A. [R-FL-15]
Rep. Upton, Fred [R-MI-6]
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