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Flailing Candidate Pushes Dems Further Left, Wants To Ban Mags

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On October 21, 2019, Montana Governor Steve Bullock called for extensive gun control on Twitter.

He declared, “I am a hunter and a gun owner. No hunter needs a 30-round magazine, a bump stock, or an assault weapon. A large majority of Americans – Republican and Democrat – agree.”

 

Then Bullock tweeted about his encounter with Trump from a year ago where he asked him about what he’s doing to stop gun violence.

He stated that “More than a year ago, I asked Donald Trump what he’s doing to end the gun violence epidemic in our country. His answer wasn’t good enough then — and his leadership isn’t good enough now.”

Such comments naturally provoked a strong response from pro-gun commentators.

Tom Knighton of Bearing Arms conceded that “Hunters don’t need 30-round mags.”

However, Knighton pointed out how “the Second Amendment is an insurance policy on liberty” and that “It’s a tool meant to make sure that the American people have the weapons necessary to defend their nation against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

On the point of the so-called gun violence “epidemic”, Knighton demonstrates that “violent crime is down and has been trending down since the 1990s.”

Additionally, Knighton highlights how “At the same time, so-called ‘assault weapons’ became the most popular firearms in the country as well as the time when more people were carrying firearms concealed.”

Bullock’s hand-wringing about gun control has not gone well for him during his 2020 presidential run, with him at a measly 0.3 percent according to a recent RealClearPolitics poll.

 

 

 

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Florida Senator Moving to Designate “Donald J. Trump Highway” in Honor of 45th President

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Florida State Senator Anthony Sabatini will move to rename a highway in the state “Donald J. Trump Highway,” in honor of the 45th President.

Sabatini made the announcement in a tweet on Tuesday. US 27 ultimately travels from Miami, Florida, to Fort Wayne, Indiana, traversing the United States from south to north. The segment located in Florida would be renamed after Trump in Sabatini’s proposal.

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Public infrastructure is increasingly named after Presidents while they’re in office or shortly after their departure. Several schools and highways have been named after former President Barack Obama less than five years after his departure from office. Every President in recent American history has received a highway named in his honor, usually after leaving office.

Republicans have strong majorities in both of the Florida House of Representatives and Senate, ensuring a strong chance that Sabatini’s highway proposal will ultimately succeed and become law.

President Trump is the first President in history from Florida, having changed his state of residency from New York to the southern state during his term in office. The President is slated to begin his post-presidency life by returning to the state on Wednesday, where it’s expected that he’ll reside at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach.


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