After ‘Fast & Furious’ Democrats Have No Business Suggesting ‘Gun Control’ Ideas

The Right Sphere

The NRA released this video back in August of last year in response to the debacle-laden deathtrap that was ‘Operation Fast & Furious.’ However, after you watch it, I think you’ll see why it’s even more relevant today. Check it out:

Look we already knew the Obama administration is going to make a strong push on gun control. In fact, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Crazyville) has already introduced a bill that she knows has absolutely no hope of passing, From CNN:

Feinstein’s measure would stop the sale, transfer, importation and manufacture of more than 100 specialty firearms and certain semi-automatic rifles, as well as limiting magazines to 10 rounds or less, she said. Not all of the weapons in the bill meet the technical definition of assault weapons.

Of course they don’t meet any ‘technical definition.’ Let’s not forget that Feinstein has been using Fast & Furious to push her hysterical gun-grabbing agenda for almost 2 years now. You might remember this canard:

Making a case for national gun registration, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said “perhaps mistakes were made” in the botched gun-walking program known as Fast and Furious, but she said trying to assign blame misses the larger problem.

“This is a deep concern for me. I know others disagree, but we have very lax laws when it comes to guns,” Feinstein, an advocate of gun control,  said during Tuesday’s hearing of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism.

“My concern, Mr. Chairman, is that there’s been a lot said about Fast and Furious, and perhaps mistakes were made,” Feinstein said. “But I think this hunt for blame doesn’t really speak about the problem. And the problem is, anybody can walk in and buy anything.”

You see that? ‘Perhaps mistakes were made?’ Senator, over 200 Mexicans were killed that we KNOW of and oh, did you forget that American Border Patrol Agent name Brian Terry was murdered as a result of one of these ‘perhaps mistakes’ you’re babbling on about? You make me sick, Senator.

Here’s what I’m thinking:  an administration that decided to run such a doomed-from-the-start ‘gun control’ operation that resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Mexican civilians and an American Border Patrol Agent probably shouldn’t be sounding off about how best to address gun violence. We’ve seen the results from one of their bright ideas.

That being said, the person that really should keep their trap shut on gun control? That would be Senator Feinstein. The woman one who used Fast & Furious to push her own hysterical gun-grabbing agenda while thinking ‘some mistakes’ resulted in these deadly failures and not, ya know, a stupid policy that a blind man could have seen was doomed to fail.

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