Second Amendment advocate Colion Noir warns of gun rights being restricted ‘a little bit at a time’

Second Amendment advocate Colion Noir warns of gun rights being restricted 'a little bit at a time'

Democrats’ talk of gun grab grows after Boulder mass shooting 00:00 00:0007:16GO LIVE Facebook Twitter Email Embed SpeedNormal Autoplay Second Amendment activist and attorney Colion Noir warned Tuesday that Congress appears poised to forever change the gun rights landscape in America with sweeping legislation already making its way through the U.S. House . Noir told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that two bills in the House could do lasting damage to the Constitutional rights of millions of people while at the same time further empowering the federal government. Noir cited H.R. 8, a bill sponsored by Rep. Mike Thompson, D-Calif. , that would ban private sales of firearms without a licensed intermediary conducting a background check, and Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee’s H.R. 127 ; a comprehensive overhaul of gun rights that includes required psychological evaluations and family interviews by federally-approved individuals for gun purchases and licensing of ammunition while prohibiting several calibers thereof, as well onerous firearms-related fees and several other edicts. In order for the Senate, as currently constituted, to pass both Thompson’s and Jackson Lee’s bills, they would likely have to abolish the filibuster, which many Democrats support doing, host Tucker Carlson noted. President Biden separately has vowed to potentially take executive action on gun control. "This is predictable," Carlson told Noir. "Some lunatic commits a horrifying crime, therefore the rest of us aren’t allowed to defend ourselves. Does this have aCarlson asked.ny chance of happening, do you think?" "Now? Yeah, largely because of the way things look in […]

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