Senate Democrats to Hold More Hearings on Gun Control

 Even after a CCW holder averts a mass shooting in Pennsylvania!

Harry Reid Off With Their Heads
Harry Reid and his Senate Democrats cohorts gear up to Push More Gun Control.
Gun Owners of America
Gun Owners of America

Washington, DC --(Ammoland.com)- “More people are carrying concealed in this country, and yet the gun homicide rate has been dropping precipitously. We are safer today with more guns ‘on the street’ being carried in good people’s hands.” — GOA Communications Director Erich Pratt on WPFL, Florida (July 28, 2014).

There has been incredible news in the 2nd Amendment community over the past several days.

You may have heard that a DC federal judge struck down Washington, DC’s ban on carrying firearms in public on Saturday. Judge Frederick Scullen’s decision referenced the Supreme Court’s decisions in Heller (2008) and McDonald (2010) — arguing that the carry ban violates the U.S. Constitution.

And last week, a concealed carry holder in Darby, Pennsylvania, saved countless lives when he used his firearm to stop a killer who was bent on taking down even more innocent lives.

Police said the armed doctor “saved lives” and prevented a disgruntled patient from walking down the hall and gunning down people “until he ran out of ammunition.”

One would like to think that such good news would serve as an object lesson for our elected leaders.  But not for Harry Reid and his cohorts.

Senate Democrats Gear up to Push More Gun Control

Even though the nation just witnessed a perfect example of how guns save lives in Pennsylvania, Senate Democrats are gearing up for another push to restrict 2nd Amendment rights.

It’s an amazing thing, really, especially considering that several D and F-rated Democrats are in tough reelection fights this fall. We are talking about Senators Mark Begich (D-AK), Mark Pryor (D-AR), Mark Udall (D-CO), Mary Landrieu (D-LA), Al Franken (D-MN) and Mark Warner (D-VA).

So, what would you think Senate Democrats on the Judiciary Committee are working on in order to aid their campaigns?

Answer: GUN CONTROL.

And the gun control which is being pushed on these Senators’ behalf is a particularly nasty piece of work.

ACTION: Contact your Senators. Tell them that Wednesday’s hearings show how much Senate Democrats hate the Second Amendment.  Urge them to pass concealed carry reciprocity as the means for making people safer.

—– Conference on Concealed Carry —–

Students for Concealed Carry will hold their third National Conference in Washington, DC on Tuesday, August 5 in Washington.  John Lott will be among the speakers.  Click here for further information: http://concealedcampus.org/2014-scc-national-conference.

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  • 5 thoughts on “Senate Democrats to Hold More Hearings on Gun Control

    1. Lucky for the ‘citizenry’ nothing is going to happen while ‘Congress’ is on their August ‘vacation’ unless ‘Barry’ signs some more ‘executive orders’. LOL

    2. The gungrabbing parasites are desperate to get some tyrannical legislation passed before mid-terms ! It wont happen but they have to try ! Them mid-terms just cant get here fast enough !

    3. harry reid needs to have one of those moments when he suddenly finds out that guns are better than a bunch of dead and injured people. harry reid needs to crawl back into that place he calls a home with his force of armed guards. If they push anything well the first thing they should do is give up their taxpayer paid for security force and that goes for all politicians. Let them see what we the people go through out here on the streets.

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