(Newser) – The push for stricter gun laws might not be quite so dead after all in the Senate. The New York Times reports that efforts are “quietly” underway to get something done on background checks and illegal trafficking. Joe Manchin and Pat Toomey, the co-sponsors of the background-check bill that got yanked last week, say they have been talking to colleagues to get rid of some objectionable loopholes. One potential compromise would allow a person who lives in a rural area to sell a weapon to someone without having to find a sporting goods store to facilitate.
So they’re admitting that they’re targeting “urban” people? At least they’re getting more honest about their racism.
Looks like that’ll be a 14th Amendment violation for lack of equal protection under the law.
A separate initiative to crack down on illegal trafficking, which includes buying a weapon for someone who can’t legally own one, is being spearheaded by Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand and Republicans Kelly Ayotte and Chuck Grassley.
That last name is very interesting. Chuck Grassley has been the spearhead of the senate move against Obama’s Fast and Furious program wherein the ATF gave guns to the Mexican narcoterrorist cartels. He’s well aware of how anti-gun this administration is, he’s seen how the Department of Justice has held back and said nothing about Fast and Furious, and he’s well aware of the violent hatred of the Constitution demonstrated by this adminstration when it used the ATF to undermine the Second Amendment in order to push for gun control and oppression of citizens. He’s very knowledgeable on the subject.
The story notes this at the end:
Gun-control supporters are working on a national campaign to put pressure on those in the “no” camp.
Yup. They never stop. Ever. They have a need to destroy your rights. It’s what they do, it’s all they do, and they will never, ever stop until they have their boot stamping on a human face forever.