Kamala Harris Doubles Down on Using Executive Power to Enact Gun Control

Kamala Harris is promising to implement gun control should she become President.

And if Congress doesn’t act within 100 days of her presidency, she threatens to use executive action.

Harris tweeted this on July 1, 2019, doubling down on her desire to make gun control a focal point of her presidential campaign.

“When elected president, I will give Congress 100 days to put a gun safety bill on my desk for signature. And if they don’t, I will take executive action. I’ve seen too many autopsy photos and hugged too many mothers of homicide victims to not take action. Enough

 

 

BLP previously covered Harris’ desire to use executive action to pass gun control.

Through executive action, she would pursue policies such as expanding background checks and stripping gun manufacturers of their licenses.

Now she is reiterating her support for such drastic policies.

These policies are to be expected from the 2020 presidential hopeful given her background as an elected official in California, one of the most anti-gun states in the country.

California is currently ranked 46th according to Guns & Ammo magazine for states that are friendly towards gun owners.

Along with mass migration, gun control will be one of the major issues that Democratic presidential candidates will be campaigning on.

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