Democrats all over the country should be angry with California’s Dems, because they’re going for gold on gun control. In a nutshell they want to confiscate, ban, require registration on a number of levels, and criminalize non-criminal acts. They’ve revealed (finally) their true colors and Democrats in the other 49 states have nowhere to hide rhetorically now that the cat’s 100% out of the bag, in my opinion.
The impending so-called “Gunpocalypse” does everything but directly nullify the second amendment. This is a big fat told you so to anyone who thinks leftists only want “common sense” gun laws.
They don’t. They want a full ban and they want it yesterday.
Details below from Breitbart:
The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) warns that anti-gun lawmakers will be relentless in their legislative assault, as they want to secure success for their favorite gun control proposals before Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom (D) has a chance to step in and upstage them via his ballot initiative in November on background checks for ammunition.
FPC legislative advocate Craig DeLuz warns:
Democrats have given up on any illusion of respect for the process or the voice of the people. The saddest part is that they are clearly doing this as a political ploy to undermine Gavin Newsom’s initiative on the fall ballot. It’s a battle royale to prove who’s more anti-gun-owner.
The legislation that will be heard Monday includes Senate and Assembly bills that address the same gun controls in many instances, thus a case of purposeful overkill.
The legislation, according to FPC, includes:
SB 880: Bans common and constitutionally protected firearms that have magazine locking devices.
SB 894: Victimizes victims by criminalizing the failure to report lost and stolen firearms.
SB 1006: University of California taxpayer funding for gun control research.
SB 1235: Restrictions on ammunition purchases, creates a DOJ database of ammunition owners.
SB 1407 : Retroactively requires serial numbers to be placed on firearms dating back to 1899.
SB 1446: Confiscation of lawfully acquired, standard capacity magazines that can hold over 10 rounds.
AB 156: Formerly dealt with global warming, but is now the same as SB 1235.
AB 857: Formerly addressed greenhouse gasses, but is now the same as SB 1407.
AB 1135: Formerly centered around groundwater but is now the same as SB 880.
AB 1511: Formerly dealt with energy conservation, but now criminalizes loaning of firearms between personally known, law-abiding adults, including sportsmen and hunters.