Former Secretary of State and potential Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke about gun control in her CNN
propaganda event town hall interview last night, and she was very clear: she wants “universal” background checks, a ban on “assault” weapons and “high capacity” magazines. None of that is too surprising to anyone paying attention. Yes, the Democrats want to take our guns away, but that’s nothing new. What is a bit surprising (to me at least) is how she described those of us who oppose more gun control laws (emphasis added):
We cannot let a minority of people, and thatâ€™s what it is, it is a minority of people, hold a viewpoint that terrorizes the majority of people.
You can’t let us hold that viewpoint? How exactly does Clinton propose to stop people from holding that viewpoint? Perhaps Clinton tipped her hand with that comment?
Clinton said that those of us who oppose gun control “terrorize” the “majority” of the people. How long before we are labeled “domestic terrorists” and “right wing extremists” and “anti-government” because we believe in individual liberties and the right to keep and bear arms? Not long I would say, which leads to an even more important question.
How long before we are targeted by Eric Holder’s newly reformed Domestic Terrorism Task Force? But the Democrats would never use a government agency to target political opponents, right? Oh wait, never mind.
Watch the question and answer below.
Side note: did anyone else notice that Gail Santa Maria, the teacher who asked the question, managed to correctly say magazines and not clips, or magazine clips or some other such nonsense? Interesting.
This change in rhetoric is a bit worrisome to me. Whether it was planned by Clinton or it was a Freudian slip, I think we can call it a clue.
To those of you who vote Democrat in federal elections, I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank you for your role in damaging individual liberties here in America. I hope you’re enjoying that “free” healthcare and your personal helping of “hope and change.”
Sarcasm aside, hopefully you’ve learned from past mistakes and won’t be making them again.