No crisis goes to waste: Democrats seek to pass multiple gun control bills this week


House Democrats will once again live by that tried and true adage — “Never let a crisis go to waste” — as they try to push forward a surplus of gun control measures as early as this week.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) convened House members after the Memorial Day break to consider eight gun bills.

They are looking to advance bills as early as Thursday.

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Throw it all in the hopper

Democrats have a list of at least eight bills under consideration. The list includes:

  • The Raise the Age Act would raise the age required to purchase a semi-automatic rifle from 18 to 21.
  • The Keep Americans Safe Act prohibits the import, sale, manufacture, transfer, or possession of magazines containing more than 10 cartridges.
  • Ethan’s Law, the Safe Guns, the Safe Kids Act, and the Kimberly Vaughn Firearm Safety Storage Act all create new home storage requirements for homes with children.
  • The Firearms Trafficking Prevention Act creates a new penalty for trafficking.
  • The Untraceable Firearms Act makes it illegal to 3D print firearms.
  • The Closing the Bump Stock Loophole Act would require bump stocks to be registered with the ATF.
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Senator Ted Cruz represents the other side of the aisle, condemning gun control at the NRA’s annual convention:

Cruz also mentioned the one thing Democrats won’t do when talking about guns:

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Sing a different tune

When the subject of mental health comes up, it is quickly brushed aside by Democrats, who are instead in favor of taking guns from law-abiding Americans.

But during the summer of 2020, when it was fashionable for Democrats to “defund the police,” they were singing the praises of, wait for it, counselors and social workers. Wouldn’t they come under “mental health”?

A bill was introduced in July 2020 by Democrats, including several “Squad” members, called “The Counseling Not Criminalization Act”. The bill would “prohibit the use of federal funds to maintain police in schools.”

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The bill would have provided a $2.5 billion grant to “hire the counselors, social workers, nurses, school psychologists and other staff they need to support students and create safe schools without police.” “.

Maybe the Squad and Ted Cruz can have a talk now.

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DC Clownshow On Guns will continue

As the debate over gun laws continues, the political antics going on on both sides of the aisle will continue. President Joe Biden continues to make totally false statements regarding guns.

When addressing the media on the White House South Lawn on Monday, Biden spread dangerous misinformation, saying, “The Constitution, the Second Amendment was never absolute. You couldn’t buy a cannon when the Second Amendment was passed. »

Constitutional law scholar Jonathan Turley, during a “TAUT News Live” appearance this weekend, remarked that “he (Biden) is undermining his own case by repeating what is ironically misinformation.”

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The companion to Biden’s gun comment was that a 9mm handgun is a “high-caliber weapon” in which a bullet “blows the lung out of the body.”

In another political stunt, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is “open” to voting on bills that experts say will most likely fail the Senate, so Republicans will be seen voting against gun laws.

Democrats might not encounter as much opposition as they might think. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said Thursday he sent GOP Sen. John Cornyn to “negotiate” with Democrats on gun control.

On Thursday afternoon, a group of five Democratic senators and three Republican senators, including Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Pat Toomey (R-PA) met in the basement of the Capitol to discuss extensive background checks. and “red flag” legislation.

It certainly didn’t take long.

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