BREAKING: Assault Weapons Ban Dropped


BREAKING: Assault Weapons Ban Dropped

After the tragic Newtown school massacre, gun control advocates all across the country were determined, “not to let a crisis go to
waste.”
They didn’t care about stopping another massacre, because if they did, they would have back the NRA’s proposal to put armed
guards in schools. No, they just wanted to get another step closer to their dream of making American a “gun free nation” by getting rid of
assault weapons.

Well fortunately, that dream is is going down in flames tonight.

A ban on assault weapons won’t be included in major gun legislation set to take shape this week — all but guaranteeing it won’t
pass Congress.

Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a onetime ally of the National Rifle Association, informed California Sen. Dianne Feinstein on
Monday that the proposal to ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines won’t be included in a broad package of new gun laws that’s
taking shape this week and will be considered on the Senate floor in April.

“People say well, are you disappointed? Obviously I’m disappointed,” Feinstein told reporters Tuesday. Feinstein has worked on gun violence
issues for decades.

Diane Feinstein’s pillow may be damp with salty, wet tears tonight, but that’s a small price to pay for protecting our 2nd Amendment rights.

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