Harry Reid wants GUN Registration and Unversial Background Checks
Why do morons like Harry Reid think that Universal Background Checks will stop all gun crime on the planet? Hey Harry, I know that you are one of the biggest idiots on the planet, but one last time. CRIMINALS DON’T BUY GUNS FROM GUN STORES. They steal them or they have someone act as a straw buyer. Universal Background checks will never deter criminals.
And course, you can’t have universal gun background checks without mandatory gun registration. Once again, can the liberals read or understand English? Did they see how the large majority of gun owners in New York and CT refused to register their guns.
Do you think gun owners are going to register then guns? No problem for Harry, they will send the militarized police to stop invade every gun owner’s house in a no-knock raids. Gun owners will be shot resisting (meaning objecting to armed people in their house.
So is that the end game Harry?
- 1) Register all Guns
- 2) Kill all those that do not register
- 3) Keep doing #2 until everyone registers guns
- 4) Take all the guns
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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid challenged lawmakers on Capitol Hill Monday to expand mandates on background checks for guns, citing the recent murder of two police officers and a concealed-carry permit holder in Las Vegas.
Reid, senior Senator of Nevada’s delegation in that chamber, voiced sadness for the loss of life in the incident, and then called for additional gun control laws.
“We in Congress, we do need to put in place legislation that helps prevent these deranged, these weird, these evil people who carry out such savage acts of violence,” said Reid Monday.
The legislative solution proposed by the Senator?
“Background checks so that people who are criminals, who are deranged can’t buy a gun,” explained Reid. “The American people are depending on us to pass legislation to prevent gun violence and safeguard communities, schools, and families.”
According to the senator, future incidents such as the Las Vegas attack could be mitigated by a move to require all firearms transfers, even those between two otherwise law-abiding citizens, be subject to a background check. At least one of the suspected murderers from this weekend’s violence is known to have a criminal record, although it is currently not known how he obtained the weapons used in the ambush.
“A step in the right direction would be universal background checks, so that people who are criminals, who are deranged, can’t buy a gun,” contends Reid.