One Of Bill Clintons Greatest Honors Gun Control

posted on May 10, 2016

He called it “one of the greatest honors of my life.” Of his eight years spent as commander-in-chief of the free world, former President Bill Clinton considers enacting gun-control laws one of his most important acts.

While appearing at a Brady Campaign event last Wednesday, Clinton bragged, “One of the great honors of my life was signing the Brady law [1993], and then a year later in the crime bill, the ‘assault weapons’ ban and the ammunition clip ban [1994].”

The former president conveniently left out the repercussions of those acts, as freedom-loving Americans exacted swift revenge at the polls. Even Clinton himself wrote of the 1994 elections, “We got the living daylights beat out of us … the NRA had a great night.”

Let’s not give another Clinton the chance to boast about taking away our guns. Get to the polls and vote freedom first this November!

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