NH Says ‘Thanks, But No Thanks’ To Biden’s Gun Control Push

NH Says 'Thanks, But No Thanks' To Biden's Gun Control Push

Chris Ager, Republican National Committeeman for New Hampshire, says "What we need is criminal control, not gun control." President Joe Biden (NH Journal) New Hampshire says thanks, but no thanks, to President Biden’s gun control proposals. The president seized upon the third anniversary of the Parkland school shooting to promote expansive gun control policies at the federal level. During the campaign, Biden promised action on guns within the first 100 days of his presidency. New Hampshire, controlled by Republicans, has other ideas. Biden called on Congress to pass several ‘common sense’ gun control laws including an "assault weapons" ban, a magazine capacity limit, ending immunity for gun manufacturers, and mandating background checks on all firearm sales – even private transfers. "We owe it to all those we’ve lost and to all those left behind to grieve to make a change," Biden said. "The time to act is now." New Hampshire’s response? Not so fast. "President Biden is obviously pandering to the far left members of his party," Alan Rice, GOA-NH State Director told NHJournal. And Chris Ager, Republican National Committeeman for New Hampshire, says "Thanks, but no thanks," to Biden’s gun control plan. "What we need is criminal control, not gun control." "We’re very safe here. We have Second Amendment freedoms and a safe environment – we don’t need Joe Biden’s help." Ager told NHJournal. Indeed, New Hampshire is consistently one of the safest states in the country – despite its far-from-stringent gun laws. New Hampshire has the second-highest […]

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