In late July, Democrat Senators Tim Klaine, Richard Blumenthal, and Chris Murphy proposed legislation that encourages states to confiscate firearms when responding to domestic violence events.
It’s pretty much the gun confiscation after Katrina charade all over again. Gun control opponents and proponents alike remember that one. Except this is a little more organized and with a little more trickery.
Branded as the “Domestic Violence Gun Homicide Prevention Act of 2014,” the gun confiscation bill seeks to grant incentives to states that “match or exceed current federal domestic violence gun prohibitions.”
So, in effect, it incentivizes gun confiscation in America.
“Commonplace” gun confiscation legislation
Kaine says it’s “commonplace” legislation, and that domestic violence deaths are all too common in his home state of Virginia. Blumenthal seconded Kain’s assertion, noting that the gun confiscation bill “provides the resources necessary to protect domestic abuse survivors and eliminate guns from dangerous situations where lives are on the line.”
They claim it’s all about protecting abusers. What it really is? The latest push for gun control disguised as a philanthropic ploy to help the helpless. They simply don’t like guns, so they try to eliminate them through tricky legislative maneuvers.
While it’s nice to say that we should protect the helpless, what we’ve seen with past gun legislation measures is that they always target law-abiding citizens — going well beyond their stated purpose. They in fact server a much larger political purpose. They are agendas.
This of course ignores the fact that advocating to keep guns away from abusers also fails to recognize women who need to defend themselves against said abusers. It’s counter-productive.
Gun confiscation after Katrina
This is the same maneuver the Democrats pulled after Katrina. It’s the history of gun confiscation in motion.
After the category 5 hurricane did its best to devour New Orleans and surrounding communities, the Dems flooded the areas to confiscate guns. But the police not only went to flooded areas, but also went to dry, wealthy parts of town and confiscated firearms there as well.
That left law-abinding residents without self-protection during a time when looting was rampant.
And the same phony legislation of today does the exact same thing.
It’s just another Democratic gun control ploy…