Top Dem Admits No Gun Control Laws May Have Prevented Vegas Shooting

Democrats are completely against automatic firing weapons, but they themselves seem to firing on automatic mode every time any kind of gun violence hits the news. They automatically begin chanting their anti-gun mantra call for more gun control laws. It’s like pulling the trigger on their mouths once and they just keep firing one anti-gun blast after another.

Before any facts about the Ls Vegas shooting were known, Democrats began their automatic firing rhetoric to ban this, ban that, control this and control that.

However, in a VERY surprising turn of events, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a top Democrat in the Senate who is about as anti-gun as anyone in Congress, actually admitted that she wasn’t sure any laws would have prevented the mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Senator Dianne Feinstein hates our nation’s gun culture. She’s been as anti-gun as anyone else in Congress over the last few decades, but on Sunday she finally admitted the truth about her party’s anti-gun approach.

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Speaking to NBC’s Chuck Todd on Sunday morning Feinstein was asked what laws could have prevented the shooting?

Feinstein was stumped.

“I don’t know. I would have to take a good look at that and really study it. I’m not sure there is any set of laws that could have prevented it,” she told Todd…

It’s shocking to hear any Democrat admit that no laws could have prevented the Vegas massacre, let alone coming from someone like Feinstein who has been pushing for stricter gun control laws for the past decade. Perhaps her decade long fight against guns has caused her to open her eyes to see that the problem isn’t guns nor is it a lack of laws, but rather the cause is the people and that they would find a way to carry out their carnage with or without legally obtaining guns.




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