The Anti-Gun Movement is as unconstitutional as it gets. States are faltering under Liberal pressure to give up their gun rights. Teen political activists and the misinformation they are spreading does far more harm to law abiding citizens than any criminal.
When you disarm citizens or restrict them with Gun Control Laws, it doesn’t hinder criminals. Criminals will find a way. It’s not as if they are stopped because of laws.
Vermont Governor, “Republican” Phil Scott signed in new Gun Control Legislation that he claims will prevent a Parkland-like tragedy from occurring.
“I understand I may lose support over the decision to sign these bills today, but those are consequences I am prepared to live with.
But if we had not even tried to reduce the possibility of a tragedy here in Vermont like Parkland or Virginia Tech, Aurora, Las Vegas, Orlando, Sandy Hook, Dallas or Charleston,” Scott continued, “if we didn’t try to reduce suicide and the pain felt by the families left behind, or if we didn’t try to prevent another death from domestic violence and another child growing up without a mom — that would be hard to live with.
“That’s why today we choose action over inaction, doing something over doing nothing, knowing there will always be more work to do,” Scott said. “But today, we choose to try.”
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Gov. Scott signed in three Gun Control laws. Two of which allowed guns to be seized if the owner was considered violent, or involved in domestic abuse. The third gun control law requires people under 18 to take a Hunting safety course before buying a gun. It also put a ban on bump stocks and high capacity magazines.
“Mary Knapp, of Northfield, attended the bill signing carrying a pair of flip-flops with the words “flip flop Phil.”
“I’d like for there to be an immediate understanding as he looks out over this crowd of how many people he has betrayed,” said Knapp, a Northfield gun store owner.”
Senate President Pro Tempore Tim Ashe spoke after the Governor. He tried to reassure the crowd that the Gun Control measure would ultimately be a good thing.
“History will render the verdict on these bills,” said Ashe, D/P-Chittenden, “but I believe very strongly, like the historic marker commemorating equality for same-sex couples just to our left, we will look back at the passage of these three bills as perhaps uncontroversial, but with deep appreciation for the lives saved and for the rights preserved.”