Hillary Clinton Holds Up Connecticut As Gun-Control Example For Nation

posted on April 25, 2016

Back in 2013, when Connecticut passed into law a 138-page gun-control package, we covered what made the move such a slap in the face of the Second Amendment. Now it shouldn’t be a surprise that whatever is bad for gun owners is good enough for Hillary Clinton. In an appearance in Connecticut, where she is campaigning in advance of tomorrow’s primary election, the presidential candidate said that she wanted the rest of the United States to follow its lead.

“I’m really proud that your leaders here in Connecticut have shown the way,” said Clinton. “That’s why what happened here in Connecticut really needs to be a model.” For supporters of the Second Amendment, it’s a perfect example of why Hillary Clinton simply can not be elected president of this country.

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