Every time there is any kind of mass shooting, every anti-American and anti-gun fanatic jumps up and runs around screaming for more and stricter gun control. If given the chance, they would push to ban ever gun from private ownership, which would leave only police, military and criminals with guns and the American people defenseless, but hey, Democrats don’t care about your right to protect yourself, they have an agenda and that’s all that matters to them.
After the largest mass shooting in our nation’s history, it seems more people than ever are calling for more gun control. The mainstream media, which also supports the anti-gun agenda has been reporting in such a way as to make everyone believe that most Americans are ready to give up their gun rights for more gun control, but they are wrong, according to a new poll.
The Las Vegas massacre of October 1st was one of the most horrific tragedies to every occur in our nation, and now America is left wondering what is next.
Of course, given the nature of Stephen Paddock’s rampage, democratic liberals have been quick to turn to gun control legislation in the wake of the shooting that left 58 dead and more than 500 injured. Of particular concern among the liberals were the often misunderstood accessories known as “bump stocks”, that redirect recoil in semi-automatic weapons in order to create a smoother firing experience. Democrats erroneously described these devices as being able to covert a semi-automatic rifle to “full auto” in order to drum up support for their legislation via fear.
In reality, bump stocks do not change the fact that every projectile must be accompanied by the pull of the trigger, maintaining a weapon’s status as semi-automatic…
Ironically, the outfit that conducted the poll is known for their liberal ideologies and support for the left-wing Democrats. It must have been hard for them to be honest enough to report that 47% of voters support gun rights while only 42% support gun control. However, Democrats pushing for more gun control have never listened to the polls or the American people; they just do what they want anyway.