Who is more detestable than a bunch of gun control advocates?
This bunch of racist gun control advocates.
Some good insights about The Donald and his static base.
“… “Republicans care more about kowtowing to the NRA than preventing terrorists from legally buying assault rifles and explosives like the ones used in the Paris attacks here in America,” Reid said in a statement. “Shockingly, Republicans continue to preserve a loophole that allows FBI terror suspects to buy guns and explosives legally, without background checks.” …”
Reid sounds like a petulant child upset they’re not getting their way. It shows both a personal weakness for Reid as well as the antis in general in Congress.
Could be he is trying to distract attention away from his other problems:
“… A Utah county prosecutor said Wednesday he is investigating U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada in connection with a pay-to-play scheme involving two former Utah attorneys general …”
The Daily News in turn runs with it and accuses NRA of supporting terrorists.
Owner Mort Zuckerman has yet to acknowledge if these two things are related.
“… Gov. Cuomo is set to make a joint appearance with Hillary Clinton Thursday night at a pro-gun control gala in the city. Cuomo will help introduce Clinton, the Democratic presidential front-runner, when she receives a “leadership” award named after his father, former Gov. Mario Cuomo, at a Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Violence dinner at Cipriani on Broadway. “Hillary Clinton has spent decades taking on the gun lobby and fighting in Washington for sensible gun control,” Cuomo told the Daily News. “This is a battle to save lives and I’m proud to help in any way I can.” …”
I seriously doubt that.
Some speculate this an effort by Andrew to get himself onto the ticket. I don’t see that for several reasons:
“… As for why the organization is honoring Clinton, Brady Campaign President Dan Gross said in a statement that “throughout her career as a public servant, Hillary Clinton has repeatedly put the safety of the American people above the influence and interests of the corporate gun lobby …””
This I don’t like:
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