I hate that the Democrats have so much control over our country right now. They have majority rule over both the House of Representatives and the Senate, as well as having a Democrat President and Vice President.
With so many liberal calling the shots, you can almost expect some new laws to infringe upon our Second Amendment rights.
But it's not just Democrats. There are even a handful of RINO Republican Senators that might as well leave the Republican party and go sit with their buddies on the left side of the aisle.
Florida seems like they've really got things together. Governor Ron Desantis is doing things right down there and people are fleeing places like New York to go live in Florida, but the Senators don't have it together at all.
Senator and former presidential candidate Marco Rubio has introduced a bill that plays rights into the hands of the Democrats in their propaganda.
On February 2, 2021, Marco Rubio introduced a bill that would strip any individual of their Second Amendment rights simply for being “investigated” for acts of domestic terrorism.
David Codrea of AmmoLand observed that “Rubio tried this before in 2016 as a “‘kinder, gentler’ alternative to a bill being pushed by then-Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.” Rubio’s move is in line with the Republican belief that by offering compromise or constructive Republican alternative proposals (C.R.A.P), they will satisfy the Left.
Despite all the talk about safeguards in Rubio’s bill, there will effectively be no protections for “due process” since Rubio’s bill would still take away guns from citizens who haven’t been convicted of a crime. Even worse, Codrea said guns would also be taken away from individuals not charged with any crime.
Rubio is one of the main posterboys in favor of red flag gun confiscation orders. He believes that “A red flag law will reduce bloodshed and respect the rights of gun owners.”
The Florida Senator exemplifies the flaccid nature of contemporary GOP politics, which concerns itself more with emulating the Left, albeit with a watered-down twist.
If we want to preserve our freedoms, Rubio’s behavior cannot be tolerated. All told, Rubio has no place in serious national populist movement.”
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