One bombshell photo just dropped exposing a top Republican’s gun secret

Gun control is usually an issue championed by Democrats.

But every once in a while Republicans back these radical proposals.

And one bombshell photo just dropped exposing a top Republican’s anti-gun secret.

Since getting into office, Rep. Dan Crenshaw has become one of the top Republicans in Congress.

The war hero paints himself as a strong conservative fighter.

But sadly, in recent weeks he has shifted away from that, jumping onto the gun control bandwagon.

Crenshaw shocked the world after throwing his support behind so-called “Red Flag” Gun Confiscation laws.

And a new photo shines some light on why he did that.

The photo shows Crenshaw meeting with members of the rabidly anti-gun organization Moms Demand Action to discuss gun control.

Moms Demand Action receives the bulk of their funding from anti-gun former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and advocates for the very proposal Crenshaw threw his support behind.

Big League Politics reports:

Dan Crenshaw’s recent flirtation with red flag gun confiscation laws might not be so coincidental after all.

BLP reported on Crenshaw’s advocacy for pre-crime legislation such red flag laws and The Threat Assessment, Prevention, and Safety (TAPS) Act following the El Paso and Dayton shootings.

Now photo evidence has emerged of Crenshaw previously meeting with the staunchly anti-gun organization Moms Demand Action to discuss red flag laws and universal background checks legislation back in February.

Moms Demand Action is notorious for its advocacy of bans on so-called “assault weapons”, universal background checks, and red flag gun confiscation orders. It has used the clever label of “gun safety” to market its intrusive gun control policies.

The gun control group has also been able to pressure corporate entities into embracing certain anti-gun policies and shift the culture in a more anti-gun direction.

“Red Flag” Gun Confiscation laws are some of the most dangerous laws gun control advocates are pushing for.

Based on mere accusations from virtually anyone, these laws allow a judge to single-handedly decide if somebody should have their guns taken away, with no due process built in.

The accused wouldn’t be notified before police are dispatched to seize the citizens’ guns.

That puts police officers’ lives – not mention those of a citizen who’s been convicted of nothing and anyone else nearby – at risk when police come for the guns.

And in the era of so-called “Swatting” – wherein phony threats are called in resulting in SWAT teams raiding the homes of law-abiding citizens – the unnecessary loss of lives that’s sure to result from these laws will be driven even higher.

Crenshaw throwing his support behind these laws seems to be his way of admitting he doesn’t agree with the Second Amendment.


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73 Responses

  1. Will T says:

    One question. Where was all that outrage recently when Trump was talking about red flag laws?
    Have you considered that this could very well be, and likely is, the same kind of thing, just telling the mob what they want to hear to avoid the argument, then back at work, protecting your rights?
    Has Crenshaw put his name to any anti-gun legislation yet? I really think he has more integrity than that.

  2. Bob says:

    Vasu, I see you are still writing novels, soon to be on the No One Reads list. Also, get a job.

    • Will T says:

      Bob, I don’t think ‘vasu’ is a person. Ever notice how he, or it, is oblivious to any responses? I think it is a bot, operated by the Democrats for Death to America that is plugged in every post.

  3. Mongo says:

    Mongo says Crenshaw is a POS turncoat.

    • Will T says:

      I wouldn’t be so sure, remember, Trump was talking about red flag laws and more gun laws right after the shootings, then reversed it. I think Crenshaw was likely doing the same, just telling the group what they wanted to hear to avoid the argument, with no intention of actually doing so.
      I met him in a restaurant and talked with him not long ago, he seems to have more integrity and love for the country than that.

  4. Nobody says:

    So who is paying him off? It’s nothing more than what the Dem’s do with all of the media to ban us. same thing different area.

  5. Bill says:

    Why do we end up with so many people in government who seem to have no deep held values? We elect these people based on what they have stood for in the past and tell us they still hold the same values today. Then, they get into office and sell out the very people who elected them. Is there any doubt as to why Congress is held in such low esteem by the people?

  6. Jonathan Conover says:

    Reelect Wayne Lapierre for President in 2020. Eight year old little girl murdered last night in St. Louis gun battle. She was sadly killed in crossfire.

    • Barry says:

      What are you saying the NRA was responsible for that little girls murder? Sorry but it’s the punks who don’t care about they’re own neighborhoods to have a gun battle in them who are responsible.

      • Jonathan Conover says:

        NRA has to accept some responsibility for gun battles taking place in the streets. They count their money and don’t even try to find solutions. No effort to stop the slaughter at all.

        • David says:

          That may be one of the most stupid comments I have ever read. The NRA is responsible for a little girls murder. St Louis has some of the strictest gun laws. It’s the thugs that are responsible and the demarats which cause these thugs to be there. There welfare states which is a form of slavery causes. Try changing your local government to republican and what things improve

          • Jonathan Conover says:

            That may be one of the stupidest comments I have ever read . Demarats, welfare state which is a form of slavery causes??? Unfortunately my local government is Republican and what things have not improved???

        • Richard Chadwick says:

          NRA has no responsibility at all.!!! Try. Looking at the parents, the neighborhoods, the legal system, the mental health system, the schools.

          It’s the screwed up HUMAN !!!!
          THE various stages of our SUPPORT, EDUCATIONAL, LEGAL. systems people were either asleep or fooled or bought off, or scared off and allowed a miscreant to walk around free.

          SOCIETY doesn’t have the balls to take the trash away until it goes on killing rampage!!! Then the Demoncrats want to impress the easy AMERICAN electorate with scare tactics of EVIL GUNS KILLING PEOPLE. They have NEVER EXPLAINED HOW AN INANIMATE OBJECT MATE OF METAL CAN DO THAT.

          • Jonathan Conover says:

            True, there are many more sick people in our society than ever before for a variety of reasons. More sick people plus easy access to guns equals a rise in gun massacres. NRA must realize that the 2nd amendment was based on the environment of the 1700’s not a society run amok with hate and mental illness.

    • Will T says:

      The NRA supports legal gun owners, not gang-banger punks that steal them or buy them out of the trunk of a car in an alley. Your juvenile attempt to obfuscate the two is a big fail.
      Fact is, the majority of such shootings take place in Democrat-run cities with the most draconian gun laws, and especially in the urban shooting galleries, aka gun-free zones,where law abiding citizens are disarmed for the criminals’ convenience and safety.

  7. meozzie says:

    Once they put any limitations on our gun rights they won’t stop!

  8. Tim Shepperson says:

    I have no problem with universal background checks however, I do have a problem with this red flag law and this should be scrutinized a little more. But we already have hundreds if not thousands of gun laws already on the books. maybe they should start enforcing those. By the way I am a VN vet. retired law enforcement and a 2nd amendment supporter.

  9. Jeff says:

    He is not the only one in violation of his Oath of Office. McSally from Arizona also went against the 2A.
    From their military service, both of them knew better: They have zero excuse.

  10. Mama says:

    > Crenshaw IS a ‘ RINO’ .

    • Bob says:

      So is Rick Scott and Marco Rubio, Senators from Florida. It is a shame we can not trust our elected officials to always do the right thing for us citizens. These RINOs obviously are to emotional to be an elected official because that is what they are doing; acting on emotions. Our 2nd Amendment is in grave danger with so many people like these. Vote them out. Red Flag laws and gun control are Democrat issues and no Republican should ever vote for such nonsense laws.

  11. Will T says:

    Four steps, I believe, would end at least the majority of the shootings.
    Allow actual, diagnosed mental health issues that are known for causing violent outbursts (like schizophrenia or TDS) to be reported to the NICS
    Secure the border
    Initiate national concealed carry
    And end all of the shooting galleries, aka gun-free zones.

  12. Original Anna says:

    When democrats stop killing babies or truly torturing them to death, than I might listen to them about guns. First knives and bats are the biggest killers than guns. Like I said when they start worrying about murdering babies who have not had due process or a jury finding the babies guilty of a crime deserving of being tortured to death than I will listen to democrats not before. These baby killers calling it abortion to hide what they are doing have gall that’s all I have to stay.

  13. Bob says:

    I judged you as a great patriot, but now I think you should put your eye patch on the other eye and take a better look at what your asking for.

  14. Carl says:

    We American Patriots must make sure this RINO is never re-elected.

  15. mlhtd51 says:

    Demonrats, Listen, “GUNS” are NOT The Problem, Individuals Who Are SICK With “TDS” and Other Diseases and Have NO Respect For God and Other Humans Are The PROBLEM, “PERIOD”. By The Way Dan, Git Your Sh-t Together while You can still SEE out of One Eye.

  16. gary vogt says:

    When politicians change their views just follow the money. If Crenshaw flipped, somebody dumped a ton of money into his campaign. Just like Chris Lee 3-4 years ago he was against big tech. Today after a ton of money came his way and a tech company built in his district, tech and do what they want. ALL of them are for sale. EVERY F’ing one. Trump don’t owe the bastards one dime.

    • David says:

      That’s why they fight him so much. He has cut off congress money. Average people are elected to Congress and a few years later they are multi millionaires. Trump has stopped that. Obama Clinton just to name 2

  17. ROY S. MALLMANN II says:

    If all of the people that are entitled to vote operated on the facts and all listened to the truth before they cast their vote, things like the “red flag law” would not be needed. When you have almost half of the country under the spell of the Democrats and listen only to their emotion packed lies about guns themselves being responsible for the deaths and not the actual people that control the use of them, the gun control problem would not exist. It is a group of less educated people that scream for gun control laws even though no gun control law has ever prevented a murderer from pulling the trigger and killing someone. Ironically, it is these same less educated people that are the ones who give in to emotion and kill people. As long as liberal judges do not enforce the law to the letter and give out meaningful long term sentences for crimes involving the illegal use of the firearm, these shootings will continue and even rise. A reason for the high murder rate in Chicago is a result of this as if a criminal is caught carrying a gun illegally, he pays only a $100.00 fine and they take the gun. So why would they even think about obeying the law. This idiot in Philadelphia that shot and injured six police officers, was out on the streets with an illegal gun, even though he had been arrested 36 times, mostly for violent crimes. He should have been in jail for life! So, lets all run around with our hair on fire and ban guns. It is not the guns, it is the flipping people that commit crime after crime, and walk around in society with yet another illegal gun. The police prevented 3 mass shootings last week so why do we not explore how that was done? We the people will never give up our Constitutionally protected right to own firearms as long as we have no criminal history or anger management issues. We will also not allow a national firearms registry nor will we allow a ban on any SEMI-AUTOMATIC firearm that would be necessary to repel an invasion by any enemy, foreign or domestic who wants to destroy our Constitution. If any of you have a problem with that, please let us know, because you will be on the wrong side of history. I guarantee that! Fully automatic “ASSAULT RIFLES”, (better known as machine guns) have been SUCCESSFULLY banned since the 1920’s, because they ARE deadly weapons of war, and the NRA and legal gun owners happily understand why the ban is in affect. But yet, criminals and gang members in the largest American cities, walk around with machine guns and I will bet that is because they are all governed by DEMOCRAT MAYORS AND GOVERNORS. This is not a coincidence, because it is they that do not follow or enforce the law. By the way, most of the statistics gun control zealots cite have been proven wrong or irrelevant. Check the latest 2018 FBI statistics and learn the truth!

    • Elmer Fudd says:

      Roy. Oh my god i feel so much better and safer now after your ranting which i really didn’t read at all just more bla bla bla please just shove your guns up your a## and shut the f### up

      • ROY S. MALLMANN II says:

        Thank you for your support. I am sure that you did not read it as it is factual in every respect and I have never met a Democrat consider the facts, ever.

    • Thomas says:

      Machine guns are not banned just very restricted and very expensive so much so that the only legally posed machine gun used in a crime was used by a police man to murder his wife.That is info I received several years ago but machine gun have only gotten more expensive since then.

      • Will T says:

        Thomas, try walking into any gun shop in America looking for a machine gun, or any other full auto gun. You won’t find one. They were banned, with only two exceptions, by the Firearm Owners Protection Act in 1986.
        False claims like that are exactly what we do not need.

  18. Harold Lasky says:

    Looks like another typical RINO looking for a way to get money for his war chest. Looks like they may have gotten to him. Yes I know he’s a war hero, doesn’t mean he can’t change his side.

  19. Scotty says:

    Dan, I thought you were one of the good people in Congress. If dismantling the Second Amendment is on your mind , you will lose the support of the people who elected you. I hope you stick to your Oath of Office !
    Remember China’s flag is RED!

  20. David Andrews says:

    Dan, it is too bad that you have visited the dark side and have become a RINO! Sorry, we do not need you in Congress anymore!

    • Elmer Fudd says:

      Scotty David Harold. Every one knows all too well you’ll vote for him in a heart beat so just shut up with your tuff talk none of you could fight your way out of a wet paper bag you’d have to use your little pea shooters if you can even hold them up now go to mommys basement and have a circle jerk your all worked up

  21. thomas robinson says:

    if you steal our guns, you will just make Eric Holder, and others like him, that much wealthier, by the illegal sales of BLACK MARKET weapons. he obviously has a stash of them some where. as all so called government regulated items, once it’s in the consumers hands, it’s hard to control. this is where CRIMINALS come into play, THEY DO NOT FOLLOW RULES, in case you hadn’t noticed . that’s why the emphasis should be on MENTAL illness, as these are obviously the ones reaping havoc. have you noticed the correlation with democrooks in the last statement? “MENTAL” ??

  22. dprato says:

    In Colorado they recently passed a Red Flag Law after much discussion, debate and dissension. The end result was a law that made complainants both criminally and civilly liable if they filed a false complaint. Also, no firearms could be confiscated without the person being accused having a hearing in which they could challenge the accusers. This law allows for due process which is what most people fought for.

  23. Desert Fox says:

    Crenshaw is for Gun Control Like I am—-EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE ONE!…….. Because he talks and meets with the leftist gun control advocates, does not necessarily mean that he is for their type of gun control.

    • fay butler says:

      Me, Too. Dan knows the value of self protection as anyone in their right mind does. Criminals and crazy people care nothing for laws so, they will always avail themselves of guns. they and they alone should be disarmed.

    • Vladilyich says:

      Ten points for you! He is trained in the proper use of a firearm., As a former Navy SEAL, he totally understands why one is needed and how to use it (if the situation requires). As a long ago member of UDT=22 (same outfit, different name), I also understand why you MIGHT need one, but am also a 100% advocate of gun control in civilian hands.

  24. Cecelia Henderson says:

    I believe Crenshaw supports the Constitution 100%, but if he can find a way to stop the mass murderers he’s going to try. Just because he talks to people doesn’t mean he’s jumped on anyone’s wagon. The man is open-minded enough to want to talk/discuss/negotiate a problem. That’s what we pay him to do. I want to find a way to keep guns out of the hands of sick people and I own guns and totally support the Second Amendment. First, I think we need to review/weed/consolidate the 20,000 laws that are already on the books (that aren’t working) and make sure we’re doing what needs to be done to stop future massacres.

    • Shelly says:

      Something this important infringement on our 2nd amendment rights should be put to a vote BY THE PEOPLE not congressional leaders they are too emotional to vote responsibly I don’t agree with these gun laws because if you give an inch they will take a mile. Everyone should be asking why democrats want to disarm everyone? Mass shootings? We going to take airplanes away as well? Airplane killed over 3000 people one day. That’s more than a mass shooting. How about banning Muslim? Box cutters? Alcohol? How is that war on drugs going?

      • Elmer Fudd says:

        Somebody take sheelys car away before she drives through a school zone and kills children shes mentaly I’ll shes on the verge of a mental breakdown

  25. mzaz says:

    So talking with someone makes you for red flag law? Believe part of what you hear half what you see all what you know. Everyone is so fast in blaming. We need to step back and see what is really going on. I smell dems behind this story.

    • Troy says:

      He has announced his support for red flag laws!!!
      Follow the news and or read the story!!!…. both would’ve informed you of that!!!

  26. Vasu Murti says:

    Gun violence IS a sanctity-of-life issue!

    A gun in one’s home is 22 times more likely to be used to kill or injure in a criminal assault or homicide, an attempted or completed suicide, or unintentional shooting than to kill or injure in self-defense. (Kellermann, et al, 1998 Journal of Trauma, 42:263-67)

    In the U.S., 8 children and teenagers are killed, and more than 47 are injured, by a firearm every day. (CDC, NCHS, December 2006)

    The risk of homicide in the home is three times greater in households with guns. (Kellermann, et al, New England Journal of Medicine, 1993)

    The risk of suicide is five times greater in households with guns. (Kellermann et al, New England Journal of Medicine, 1992)

    A 1990 law banning the sale of “Saturday Night Special” handguns in Maryland was associated with reduced use of these guns by criminals, and a 9% lower rate of firearm homicides in the state between 1990-1998 than would have been expected had there been no law.

    Policies that deny handgun purchases to individuals with prior misdemeanor or felony convictions are associated with a decreased risk of subsequent convictions. Misdemeanants who had allowed to purchase handguns prior to the passage of a California state law prohibiting such purchases had a rate of criminal offending 29% higher than that among misdemeanants who were denied handgun purchases after the law took effect.

    Every day in the U.S., 8 children and teenagers are killed and more than 47 are injured by a firearm.

    In 2005, 595 California children and youth under age 21 were killed with firearms and 1,554 California children and youth under 21 were hospitalized with nonfatal firerarms injuries.

    One-third of U.S. children live in homes with firearms. Almost half of homes with children and firearms keep a gun unlocked.

    68% of the attackers in school shootings obtained the gun(s) from their own home or that of a relative. 61% of the attackers used handguns.

    Many young children, including children as young as three years old, are strong enough to fire a handgun.

    In 2004, guns were used to kill:

    5 people in New Zealand
    37 in Sweden
    56 in Australia
    73 in England and Wales
    184 in Canada

    and 11,344 in the United States. God bless America.

    Gun control advocate Junling Hu writes:

    “A gun is a consumer product, sold for cash and purchased by individuals. While all other consumer products including teddy bears are subject to strict federal laws, guns are given a free pass. There are no safety regulation on guns thanks to the NRA’s lobbying efforts. Unsafe guns lead to accidents and death of adults and children at home. The ones who suffer are the gun owners.

    “A gun is also a lethal weapon. Falling into the wrong hand, it enables a criminal to kill, a gang member to fight, and a teenager to seek revenge. Guns are deadlier than tobacco, alcohol or gambling combined. While all of these are off limits to youngsters, and although a 20-year-old can be arrested for drinking a beer, he can go scot-free for buying a gun.

    “The debate over gun laws is muffled by the slogan, ‘We need less government regulation.’ It is as if government regulation is always wrong. These people ignore the fact that the government regulates every aspect of our life today. From water to air, to drugs and toys, everything touching us is regulated by law. Without the Clean Air Act, we would be breathing dirty air emissions from power plants; we would be drinking unsafe water. Without government regulation, medicines with fatal side effects would not be pulled off shelves and toys with lead poison would still be on the market. Government regulation affects our housing safety, our food quality, our driving safety (through speed limits and safety belt laws). As we live in a civilized society, the government serves as a mediator and enforcer as no individual can do.

    “The freedom of owning a gun has virtually nothing to do with abiding gun laws. Anyone can own an automobile, but they still need to register and get licenses for their cars. Everyone has the freedom of owning a house, but they still have to watch for zoning regulation and fire safety requirements.

    “Sensible gun laws govern manufacturing standard, product safety, and accessible by minors and criminals. Sensible gun laws govern the safety of our street, our school, and most importantly, the safety of our home.

    “Common sense gun laws such as closing gun show loophole, assault weapon ban, and child-lock are fundamentally needed to be sure guns do not fall into wrong hands. Yet all these basic laws are fought against by the NRA lobby. How far can we go in this extremist view of so-called ‘individual freedom’? The consequence of suffering is demonstrated by deadly shooting every day, in every corner of America. Each day, over 80 people die from gun shooting, from accidents at home, to disputes with one’s neighbor, to random shootings on the street. The deadly consequence of ‘gun freedom’ are the death of a young four-year-old–shot while playing with guns, a 15-year-old while in heat of argument, and a 19-year-old walking out of a nightclub.

    “America does not have to be a society soaked in blood, because the bloody consequences were caused by a powerful gun lobby that stripped away our basic protection from the law. Let’s work to enact sensible gun laws. We ask for sensible regulation on guns, as we ask for regulation on food and drugs. The gun issue is no longer a private matter but a public safety issue. It affects all of us. Let’s pass sensible gun laws now.”

    The logic of gun control can best be understood by considering the analogy of the automobile. A car is a potentially lethal weapon. To drive a car, one must be trained, licensed, and have that license periodically renewed. And a car is designed solely as a means of transportation. Guns, on the other hand, are deliberately designed to kill people. It is not unreasonable to demand their regulation.

    Guns are the second deadliest consumer product (after cars) on the market. By the end of the 1990s, firearms will likely supplant automobiles as the leading cause of product-related deaths throughout the United States. In 1990, American guns claimed an estimated 37,000 lives. There are no federal safety standards for the domestic manufacture of guns. There are no voluntary, industry-wide safety standards for the manufacture of guns.

    Every two minutes, somebody somewhere in the United States is shot. Every 14 minutes, somebody dies from a gunshot wound. Each gun injury involving hospitalization costs $33,159. A license to sell a gun costs 83 cents per month.

    A gun rolls off the assembly line in America every 10 seconds. America imports another gun every 11 seconds. There are 246,984 gun dealers in the United States, but only 240 inspectors to keep an eye on them.

    There is a popular myth that handgun ownership makes people safer. In reality, the New England Journal of Medicine reports that a handgun in the home is 43 times more likely to kill the owner, a family member, or a friend than it is to kill an intruder. Over 75 percent of firearm deaths in a typical year involve handguns. The FBI Uniform Crime Statistics Report says that nationally, there were 38,317 firearm deaths in 1992, but fewer than 300 justifiable homicides.

    Another myth is that gun control laws don t make a difference. In reality, strict handgun regulation saves lives. In Washington, DC, a tougher gun law actually reduced homicides by 25 percent through the mid-1980s. Again, the New England Journal of Medicine reports that 47 lives were saved in Washington, DC, in a typical year studied, because of that city’s handgun ban.

    Most other industrialized nations have virtual bans on handgun sales. In 1990, handguns were used in the homicides of 13 people in Sweden, 91 in Switzerland, 87 in Japan, 22 in Great Britain, and 68 in Canada, compared to 10,567 in the United States.

    Is gun control constitutional? The Second Amendment refers to “the right of the people to keep and bear arms.” Roger Tatarian, professor emeritus of journalism at California State University, Fresno, notes, however, that “things can change over time” with regards to the original intent of the founders.

    The Third Amendment, for example, protects citizens against compulsory quartering of troops in private homes. Technology has also made obsolete the constitutional provision giving Congress the right to declare war. “No president who is warned that a hostile missile is en route…has time nowadays to ask Congress for a declaration of war before responding,” states Tartarian. “He can commit the country to an all-out war simply by pressing a button.”

    Tartarian observes: “The Constitution certainly does not ban private ownership of weapons; that would have been unthinkable for a people still living in an often hostile natural environment and where many depended on hunting for a livelihood. But a tradition of owning arms is one thing and a constitutional guarantee is quite another. They ought not be confused

    According to Tatarian: “The Second Amendment as it now exists evolved from a draft offered by James Madison on June 8, 1789. His intent very clearly was to tie the constitutional right to own arms to service in official militias regulated by state governments.” Madison’s original proposal reads:

    “The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed; a well armed and well regulated militia being the best security of a free country: but no person religiously scrupulous of bearing arms shall be compelled to render military service in person.”

    The final version of the amendment which emerged from a House-Senate conference on September 25, 1789, also tied the constitutional right to bear arms to service in a militia, and stated that such militias are to be “well regulated”:

    “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

    Handgun control is constitutional. The courts have repeatedly ruled that the Second Amendment does not apply to individuals outside the context of “a well regulated militia.” A handgun control ordinance was upheld by the U.S. Seventh Court of Appeals in 1982, which issued the following statement: “We conclude that the right to keep and bear handguns is not guaranteed by the Second Amendment.”

    The Supreme Court let the decision stand by refusing to hear the appeal of the handgun lobby. The Supreme Court ruled in United States v. Cruikshank that the Second Amendment doesn’t mean anything except “(the right to keep and bear arms) shall not be infringed by Congress.”

    This 1876 ruling established that states and localities are not prevented from enacting their own gun control laws–and they remain free to do so to this day. In 1980, the Supreme Court reconfirmed that “these legislative restrictions on the use of firearms do not trench upon any constitutionally protected liberties.”

    Guns should be regulated like other consumer products. Handguns and assault rifles should be banned, and ammunition should be taxed heavily.

    The Democratic Party platform should support: Animal Rights, Defending the Affordable Care Act, Ending Citizens United, Ending Marijuana Prohibition, Giving Greater Visibility to Pro-Life Democrats, Gun Control, Net Neutrality, Raising the Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour, Responding to the Scientific Consensus on Global Warming, and a Sustainable Energy Policy.

    Democrats for Life of America, 10521 Judicial Drive, #200, Fairfax, VA 22030, (703) 424-6663

    • Will says:

      How many guns do Dim O craps own ??? You my dope are and idiot . How many lives have been saved because of a gun in the home ??

    • The Real M says:

      Vasu, Yes, I understand there were thousands of people in these countries you named who had citizens injured or killed because they were not armed and able to defend their families (wife and children). How could they without firearms? Americans don’t like those numbers and we are not willing to take a chance like that. As intelligent as you would like to be perceived, I am surprised you are antigun! You probably need to check you intelligence level again…………………………

    • mzaz says:

      Every year over one million babies are murdered by PLANNED PARENTHOOD. you are fined and imprisoned for killing an eagle or eagle egg but killing a baby INFANTICIDE is fine. How about dems start taking care of VETS and American citizens 1st.

    • Troy says:

      What a long winded load of commie crapola!!!

    • fay butler says:

      What a rant! A gun never killed anything. People using guns kill people so, it is people we need to control, not guns.

    • Cg says:

      A weapon in the home is the first line of defense!Demon rats don’t like freedom !They just love the money for self gratification!

    • Ray says:

      Nice Diatribe with faulty reporting geared to frighten people. FBI stats from 2017 found more people were killed by knives and blunt instruments than from guns. Almost 1100 people were stabbed to death and 461 killed with bats,etc. 401 people were killed by guns. Real studies show that the cities and states with the strictest gun laws have the highest murder rates with guns. People have no way to protect themselves. There are 400 million guns in the U.S. and just because a few mentally deficient idiots took it upon themselves to go out and kill people doesn’t call for mass hysteria perpetrated by the DemonRats to grab guns from law abiding citizens. Get a clue!

    • Jonathan Conover says:

      Sounds to me like he hit the nail right on the head. Guns will always be around but if we can save a few precious lives it is worth the sacrifice of giving up semi automatic weapons. The rate at which we Americans kill each other is pathetic. Gotta at least try something different for God’s sake.

    • mlhtd51 says:

      The Way You Demonrats Run Your CITIES, Should Be Proof For Everyone That Demonrats are “America’s New Domestic Terrorists” TRUMP 2020

    • SandyT says:

      Aw. shut up!

    • Wondering Woman says:

      Hello, Vasu! Try looking up how many people die from medical errors or mistakes per year or per minute! Bet it will overwhelm all the deaths from lunatics with a gun in mass shootings AND the fact still remains that the best way to stop a bad person with a gun is a good person with a gun & good aim! Are we going to ban or outlaw all doctors, nurses, & pharmaceutical companies? Is Congress passing another law ever likely to decrease the loss by a single life?
      I defy anyone to show me a gun of any kind that has ever assaulted anyone or anything without someone;s hands on it!
      Think the “mental health” issue is looking in the right direction, but think it needs to look at why our doctors are told the way to treat depression is prescribe an anti depressant which comes with a pamphlet that states can increase suicidal ideations or violence. They do so because they are told by the AMA, FDA, & others what protocol they must use in treating specific problems. This is such an illogical way to treat depression we probably have an increase of suicides because the person taking the antidepressant finds their self having some weird & unusual ideas & decides to take their own life for fear of harming someone they love,
      May I suggest we stop demonizing things that are helpful, considering the fact there are many things found in nature (rocks, bluffs. oceans, sticks, sticks, clubs, etc) that can be used as weapons to harm or kill others

    • Gregory Sullivan says:

      Mr . Murti:
      Since you are against anyone who possesses a firearm, not even someone who plays by the rules, my suggestion to you is why don’t you hang a sign outside of your residence saying “This place is a gun free zone” and see how far you’d get.

    • Ron says:

      You gun haters are quick to quote statistics involving gun deaths. First of all, your side has been caught countless time padding statistics and just plain making them up! Second, these statistics fail to mention that, in areas where guns are hard to get the total murder rate is still just as high. Is someone killed with a knife any less dead than someone killed by a gun? The big difference is that firearms are the only weapons that allow the old, the small, and females to be on basically even footing. With guns gone, how does a woman or older person defend themselves against a large male with a sword or knife or even a simple club? In reality, he would only need his bare hands. Brute strength would rule. The irony is that most wimpy liberals would be an easy mark in such a world. Besides that, do you have any idea how many guns are out there? Do you think all the bad guys are just going to turn theirs in? The fact is, even liberal 2nd amendment haters like you are protected by our constitutional right to protect ourselves with firearms. You see the bad guys don’t know who is carrying (or has one at home) and who is not. I suggest, to make your point, you left-wing brain trusts wear t-shirts that say, “I hate guns and I never carry one”. Also, you should put a sign in your front yard that denounces the 2nd amendment and states that yours is a proud gun-free home. That way, poor criminals won’t have to worry about getting shot. I think you should start that campaign today and see how your statistics work out. While you’re at it, why don’t you use statistics to get rid of cars and electricity while you are at it? Look at how many people those things kill!

  27. Jack says:

    Screw the patch eyed prick

    • Keren says:

      I wouldn’t jump so fast to judge Mr. Crenshaw because these are just meetings . He could be just trying to appear that he’s listening but that doesn’t mean he changed his mind . What matters is that he hears both sides.

      No one talks about anyone dying from drug overdose is an alcohol related driving accidents . They just don’t fit the narrative . No one talks about the number of people that are being killed who were caught in a crossfire unarmed .

      I don’t know anyone who would be offended by having a background check which actually already exists . Just the other day at journalist went into Walmart to try and purchase an arms weapon and was turned down twice because she didn’t have proper documentation . Left would have you believe it it’s so easy to get fire arms but it’s really not and in fact the ones who have the easiest time are the ones who are buying illegal weapons most likely the ones that were sold to the Mexican cartel by Eric Holder. If more laws were going to make a difference I could almost change my position, I realize as an educated person that we have zillions of laws on the books and people still break the law . More laws will never change anything but what will make a difference is getting to the root of the problem of why our society in particular our youth have become so violent.

      Mental health screenings as a part of physicals for employment and for entry into schools should be mandatory . Then if someone is found to be unstable they would not be able to purchase a firearm . Certainly have an abundance of psychiatrists and psychologists in this country who are capable of weeding out people that are dangerous .

      If we don’t get to the root of the problem and hold onto the “more gun laws “ argument” nothing will change,

      The gentlemen that went on ranting a nd citing all his statistics about gun laws is out of touch. Gun violence is actually on the rise in countries that have such strict gun laws .

      You never hear about gun violence in the country of Switzerland where everyone is armed .

  28. Dan Winright says:

    Better straighten your assk up dan

  29. The Real M says:

    Dan Crenshaw is new to D.C. he will soon learn not to let himself be cornered into agreeing with something that is anti Republican or he will learn to feel the ire of the Republican party members! DAN, we don’t need any RINO, we are voting them out as quickly as possible!
    We demand the second amendment rights be upheld as written in the Constitution!.

  30. Rodney says:

    I think merely meeting with an opposition group isn’t evidence of anything. If you can’t pick the brains of your enemy, you can’t formulate a plan to destroy them.

  31. Robert B says:

    That is not a yes/no question. Guns are a 2nd Amendment right, but just like you cannot drive a car without being licensed and insured, neither should those of questionable sanity have the right to own a gun. Everyone who has a gun should be certified as being a responsible owner of said weapons, but that certification should be issued on completion of training, like a fishing license is issued to those who pay the fee. Training certifications should be available at gun dealers and ranges, and be shown on request by law enforcement.

    • Will says:

      SO, does this mean we now have to be trained in the art of fishing ????God forbid someone gets pricked with a fish hook!!!! Hunting lic. are issued to only those who have a hunter safety card that is issued only after taking a coarse and passing the coarse. The laws that are on the books now are enough to do what is needed .

  32. James Howard says:

    …the people’s right to bear arms shall not be infringed.

    • Jesse says:

      If Democraps would stop taking punishment out of our laws then there would be no gun problem. But since they have made death a fall asleep don’t wake deal and give prisoners more than the Tax payers can afford after their taxes are paid to hold these Criminals those who violate the law fear nothing. What we need is to bring back hard labor where if the criminals don’t work they get NOTHING. Those who have been sentenced to death are hung. Those hangings should be public and televised to every Juvenile Detention center in America and made mandatory to watch. Bring back FEAR of the Law then Crime will drop.

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