Clinton’s Lifetime Achievement: Gun Control

posted on October 20, 2015

On Nov. 19, the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence will present Hillary Clinton with the inaugural Mario M. Cuomo Visionary Award at the Brady Bear Awards Gala in New York. The Brady Campaign is “honored to recognize Mrs. Clinton for her leadership on this issue [gun control].”

Clinton’s “leadership” has included an increasingly vocal desire to dismantle the Constitution of the United States. Cocooned by Secret Service protection, she doesn’t believe ordinary Americans like you and me should have the right to firearms for self-defense. She thinks Australian-style gun confiscation is “worth considering.” And she’s declared the highest court of the land to be in error, stating, “The Supreme Court is wrong on the Second Amendment.”

Kudos to Hillary on her win this November. We say enjoy it … because as long as America’s gun owners have anything to say about it, she won’t be enjoying any wins next November.

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