The broken record of democratic gun control vitriol won’t be silenced anytime soon, and nowhere is safe from their nonsense these days.
For ages, the democrats have been attempting to scare America. They believe that guns are the most vile scourge in our great nation, and for decades they have attempted to curb the use of firearms completely. Of course, we needn’t look any further than locales such as Chicago to determine that strict gun control will always backfire in a nation built on freedom.
The left, however, has spent the better part of the last 30 years ignoring that reality, instead focusing on a fear mongering campaign meant to deter young Americans from even so much as thinking about responsible gun ownership, preying on the emotions of those who’ve been affected by maniacal men whose tools were only a portion of the story of their crimes.
Now, as if to drive home the point, one democratic senator is preparing quite the anti-gun stunt for Tuesday night’s State of The Union address.
“Jeffery Hawkins, from Flint, Mich., has hosted events for families who have lost loved ones to gun violence. He and his wife work with the community to combat related issues.
“‘Violence has a terrible impact on youth in the community. We must do more to prevent senseless gun deaths in communities like Flint,’ Hawkins said, according to Michigan news outlet MLive.
“‘I am honored to attend the State of the Union address with Congressman Kildee, and my family appreciates his work in Congress to prevent gun violence and provide more opportunity for young people in our community,’ he said.
“Kildee was part of a bipartisan push to regulate bump stocks, which allow semi-automatic weapons to fire at a faster rate, following the mass shooting at a concert last year in Las Vegas where more than 50 people died.”
By pathetically attempting to drag religion into their gun control argument, the democrats have exposed their own desperation in the era of President Trump.
The State of The Union is already shaping up to be a kerfuffle of the highest order, with a number of independent, celebrity retorts planned for the evening, as well as the recruitment of the preposterously boisterous Maxine Waters for a primetime, liberal rant following the President’s speech.