Flawed, Overbroad Legislation Rightly Opposed by NRA

Flawed, Overbroad Legislation Rightly Opposed by NRA

Gun Rights

(Zimmytws/Dreamstime.com) A modern-day philosopher once said “it’s déjà vu all over again.” A modern-day philosopher once said, “it’s déjà vu, all over again.” Once again, an overly-complicated, legalese-filled bill is being introduced that could be used as a weapon by anti-gun government officials to strip away an individual’s Second Amendment Rights. Democrats in Congress are attempting to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act that was passed in 1994 and ultimately expired in February of this year. This is a law that allows the firearms of anyone convicted of domestic abuse to be taken away. While this sounds like a common-sense measure that everyone should support, it’s vagueness and loosely worded text has prompted the National Rifle Association to oppose it. There are two reasons why this is the appropriate stance. First and foremost, the NRA is a civil rights organization (America’s longest standing) whose sole purpose is to support our Second Amendment rights from any infringement. It should be no surprise to anyone that Democrats and liberals immediately launched a campaign against the NRA, some even claiming that the NRA supports stalking . The National Rifle Association is supported by 5 million Americans primarily because of the constant barrage of attempted or successful laws proposed by liberals and Democrats that continuously erode the Constitutionally-protected right of Americans to keep and bear arms. Bump stocks have been banned federally. Magazines with more than 10 rounds have been banned in many states. The term “assault rifle” has been created as scare […]

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