Senate Democrats are preparing to introduce a bill that would allow very large confiscations, expanded background checks, and at least a partial ban on semi-automatic rifles.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said his Democratic caucus will not support any bill in Congress that doesn’t address those three measures.
The New York democrat is also actively seeking to dismantle the National Rifle Association, which democrats are blaming for the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last month.
“This is what we think should be done. This is the right thing to do … but if we can get a good portion of it and not all of it, fine,” Schumer said. “To get these things done, I’m not drawing any lines in the sand.”
Schumer and his deranged allies are ready to pounce to ensure the government is given more power to confiscate guns from citizens and impose overreaching measures that erode the Second Amendment.
“The only hope of passing this, given that Democrats are so strongly for these proposals, is the president persuading republicans and frankly giving them cover from the NRA,” he said.
Schumer said democrats are seeking to prose a bill similar to the executive order signed in Rhode Island earlier this week. The order allowed the state government to seize firearms from the homes of individuals they deem pose a threat.
Schumer wants to pass a bill into law that would allow all 50 states to take away guns — without making an arrest — from people they determine are dangerous.
This grossly unconstitutional and likely illegal action would establish dictatorial actions to confiscate weapons from American citizens.
While President Donald Trump and republicans work to compile their own bill, democrats are unified in bringing a measure forward that allows for the government to confiscate guns from American citizens.
Here’s a video of Schumer creepily smirking at the thought of gun control years ago while Dr. Suzanna Gratia-Hupp testified that the murder of her parents is why we need the Second Amendment.
Source: Washington Times