7 thoughts on “Democrats, Gun Control, and Reality


  1. I suppose the implication is that it’s hypocritical for a politician pushing for gun restrictions to trust people who have cleared said restrictions with guns.

    I do support personal gun rights. I also feel that it’s possible to have restrictions on gun ownership without giving up the right to own weapons.


    • Do you also feel it’s possible to have restrictions on who you can vote for without giving up the right to vote?

      Do you feel you can have restrictions on what states you can visit and still have the right to travel freely?

      Do you feel you can have restrictions on what you can say that offends people and still have the right to free speech?

      Do you feel you can have rules that require you to answer certain questions from the police and still have the right to remain silent?

      Restrictions on gun ownership does not equal “shall not be infringed”, no matter if you call it common sense gun reform, gun control, or gun confiscation..


  2. I see. It’s related to his actions of a few weeks ago about a second amendment rally. That makes more sense now. I was wondering what I missed.


    • It’s related to the fact that they enjoy being protected by people with guns, yet think everyone else should be protected by a sign that says “No guns allowed.”


  3. They need $50M worth of security because they now understand the consequences of screwing Bernie Sanders again.

    Thanks, Project Veritas!

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