For the past decade, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) has been the loudest proponent of strict national gun control laws. In fact, she is basically against the private ownership of most firearms, if not all guns.
In the wake of the school shooting last week in Florida, Feinstein has introduced bill that would raise the minimum age limit for purchasing a firearm from 18-years of age to 21-years of age. This is a direct and typical knee jerk response to the tragedy that demonstrates just how little Feinstein understands about what she is proposing.
Such a bill, hastily written in response to the actions of a 19-year-old mentally depressed and unstable bill, will impact many law-abiding Americans, but then, She really doesn’t care about the rest of the majority of Americans.
(Ammoland Shooting Sports News) – Everyone’s favorite gun-grabbing Senator, Dianne Feinstein, is back at it again with more anti-gun legislation. This time she is using the tragic school shooting in Parkland, Florida to push her political agenda on the American Public.
A gun free zone and high school in Parkland, Florida was a recent scene of a mass shooting carried out by a mentally disturbed man named, Nicholas Cruz. The FBI was tipped off about Cruz’s plan to execute a mass shooting at the school, but they failed to act on the information. Police took Cruz into custody after he killed 17 of his former classmates.
Sen. Feinstein (D-Ca) from San Francisco has said she is going to introduce a bill in the Senate that would raise the age to purchase a rifle from 18 years old to 21 years old. The 18-year-olds, who serve in the military, will still be able to carry a gun in combat. They just will not be allowed to buy one when they return home from protecting our freedom from the people that want to kill us…
If Feinstein’s bill passes, that means that a young man or woman who joins the military and is asked to defend his or her country, will be forbidden from purchasing a firearm here in the US with which to defend his or her self or his or her family, at least not for 3 years. This is truly an age discriminatory bill, written as a blind, emotional and thoughtless reaction to the actions of a very few, but designed to discriminate on the very many.