In a Connecticut hearing over gun rights and laws, an unidentified liberal was caught texting a murder threat about all NRA members and a pro-Second Amendment lawmaker.
She was spotted making the offensive comments, which apparently she thinks are okay because she is ‘right.’
Woman expelled from gun hearing after being seen sending this text about a state lawmaker. pic.twitter.com/ySVc9Zm9x5
— Mark Davis (@markdavisWTNH) March 11, 2019
Apparently, the woman was filled with a savage hatred for GOP State Senator Rob Sampson. He describes himself as a Constitutional conservative, and the NRA has awarded him with the “Defender of Freedom Award.”
Yet, according to this leftist, standing up for a constitutional right is enough to warrant a savage murder.
The Daily Caller reported:
- An update to safe storage laws
- A measure requiring anyone open-carrying a firearm to produce a permit if asked by police
- A move to regulate “ghost guns” or 3-D printed firearms and components
- A bill prohibiting cities and towns to enact their own firearms laws
Among those present at Monday’s hearing were activists on both sides of gun issues and the parents of Ethan Song, a teen who accidentally shot himself last year with a gun belonging to his friend’s father.
The Connecticut teen who fatally shot himself while playing with a gun at a friend's house would likely still be alive if the state had a law requiring the safe storage of firearms, his parents told lawmakers today. https://t.co/asfl2Ei3mB
— The News-Times (@NewsTimes) March 11, 2019
While such an incident is a tragedy, many people argue that if Song had been taught basic firearm safety in school, such an incident may have been avoided.
Like all tools, guns are dangerous. Most parents would think twice before allowing their untrained children to operate a power saw or a car, but many of these same parents think that ignorance of guns will somehow lead to safety?
This unnamed gun-hater is certainly violent and ignorant.
She doesn’t have a gun? It’s probably a good thing since she obviously has no self-control, or the basic intelligence to handle a firearm safely, many argue.
Removing private gun ownership inevitably leads to the same result, time and time again, just ask the yellow vest protestors in France.
Or, ask the men and women in Britain who are prosecuted if they defend themselves from attacks, which are steadily rising thanks to unfettered Muslim migration.
The relentless push to eliminate private gun ownership in the United States will never end, and many people argue that it’s up to decent citizens to ensure their children have the right to defend themselves from attacks—foreign (violent stranger) or domestic (the federal government).