Kamala's Doing A Victory Lap Over Her 'Bold' Gun Control Proposal But She Missed This Memo

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Posted: Apr 26, 2019 12:05 AM
Kamala's Doing A Victory Lap Over Her 'Bold' Gun Control Proposal But She Missed This Memo

Source: AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta

On Monday night, CNN held five back-to-back town halls with 2020 Democratic candidates. During her hour, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) unveiled her "bold" and "courageous" gun control proposal: she would give Congress 100 days to pass "sensible" gun control legislation – whatever the hell that means – or else she would take executive action. 

She said she supports renewing the Assault Weapons Ban and wants universal background checks in play. She went into a lot of garbage about what she thinks gun control laws are in place. Naturally, she knows zip about federal gun laws. 

Since she made her "bold" announcement during the town hall on Monday, Harris' team has been pushing the gun control narrative and hard. 

These are the majority of her tweets throughout the week. The general theme: guns bad, government good:

Of course, she runs with the typical "I'll stand up to the NRA" garbage, as if the NRA isn't made up of individual members nationwide. 

She's not hiding the fact that she'd take a pen and paper to get things done. Sound familiar?

She even regurgitated the same stereotypical anti-gunner talking point. They love saying women are more likely to be hurt by their partner's guns than they are to defend themselves.

And, somehow, she determined that paying teachers more verses letting them carry concealed will stop school shootings.

Not sure how that math works.

Of course, this proposal sounds great to those who hate guns and the Second Amendment.

And Kamala's team thought they were genius in announcing their plan during CNN's town hall.

Except they forgot one fact.

The NRA's Annual Meetings are taking place this weekend. Thousands of gun-loving, God fearing, patriotic Americans are gathering in Indianapolis to talk about the future of the Second Amendment and how to preserve our freedoms. It's a time for like-minded individuals to come together and devise a plan, especially before a presidential election year, to protect our right to keep and bear arms.

Well, congrats, Kamala and friends. You all just gave us another reason to rally the troops, to knock on doors and register people to vote. 

You may not call it what it is but we will.

You want gun confiscation. You want to disarm us unless we "want to hunt or something." You want to make it harder for law-abiding people to protect themselves and their families. You'd rather give us a rape whistle and hope it helps than to allow us the opportunity to be proactive. 

Congrats, Kamala. You may not have planned on being the talk of the town, but you are. And you'll also be the reason for the spike in guns and ammo sales. Can't wait to see what the National Instant Criminal Background Check (NICS) numbers are for April. 

As we always say...MOLON LABE.