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SAD: President Trump Calls For Red Flag Gun Confiscation Laws

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Will President Donald Trump fold to anti-gun pressure?

After the El Paso and Dayton massacres this past weekend, President Trump is now calling for so-called “red flag” laws to take guns from people who’re allegedly pose a public risk to others.

Trump said “Our nation is overcome with shock, horror and sorrow. We are outraged and sickened by this monstrous evil.”

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The president also condemned white supremacy, after reports surfaced that the El Paso murderer penned a racist manifesto.

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Trump declared, “In one voice, our nation must condemn racism, bigotry and white supremacy. These sinister ideologies must be defeated. Hatred has no place in America.”

Trump also tweeted about possibly linking expanded background check legislation to immigration reform.

Video games were also critiqued in his declaration, as President Trump views them as a cultural factor behind these shootings.

The president’s support for red flag gun confiscation orders has backing from the likes of his daughter, Ivanka, Senator Lindsey Graham, and Congressman Dan Crenshaw.

These laws are present in 17 states.

Although they sound innocuous at first glance, many gun rights advocates believe that red flag laws severely undermine due process and could lead to lethal encounters with law enforcement.

Dudley Brown, the President of the National Association for Gun Rights, commented on the nature of red flag laws:

They [Law enforcement] can literally come to your house at 2 in the morning. Yes, they can knock on the door. Sometimes they don’t knock. Sometimes they use a battering ram to open the door.

Just last year, a 61-year-old man in Maryland was killed by police when they tried to serve him his gun confiscation order.

Additionally, Connecticut was one of the first states in the country to enact red flag laws in 1999. However, this law could not prevent the psychopathic Adam Lanza from slaughtering 27 children at Sandy Hook.

Pro-gun researcher John Lott claims that “Red Flag laws appear to have had no significant effect on murder, suicide, the number of people killed in mass public shootings, robbery, aggravated assault or burglary. There is some evidence that rape rates rise. These laws apparently do not save lives.”

This is based off of data from 1970 to 2017.

With growing cries for gun control and Republicans willing to compromise, red flag legislation could be coming up for a vote in Congress.

Gun rights activists will have to be ready to fight back.

 

 

 

 

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VOTER FRAUD: 20-Year-Old Man Arrested After Allegedly Changing Voter Registration Information of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis

Anthony Guevara faces two felony charges.

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CBS Miami reports that police have arrested a 20-year-old man for allegedly changing the voter registration information of Florida governor Ron DeSantis.

Governor DeSantis recently found out that his address had been changed to an address in West Palm Beach. Florida Department of Law Enforcement agents then launched an investigation into the matter.

They traced the address change back to 20-year-old Anthony Guevara, who apparently altered the governor’s information “via computer over a web browser.”

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Miami New Times reports that Guevara faces two felony charges of accessing an electronic device without authorization and altering a person’s voter registration information without consent. He is currently being held on $5,000 bond.

This surely won’t do much to ease people’s fears of voter fraud in the Sunshine State. Nevertheless, President Donald Trump said Tuesday night that he is “winning big” in Florida:

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