This RINO traitor just stabbed every Trump supporter in the back

It’s not just Democrats who smell blood in the water.

Donald Trump’s enemies in the Republican Party sense a wounded animal and are also moving in for the kill.

And now this RINO traitor just stabbed every Trump supporter in the back.

Many Republicans claim they are pro-Second Amendment.

They also claim to be pro-border security.

But one of the biggest liars on both issues is former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.

Bush claimed to be the keeper of the “true conservative flame” in the 2016 campaign.

But in the wake of the shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Bush is showing his true colors.

Former Governor Bush tweeted out his support for Red Flag confiscation orders.

Red Flag confiscation orders allow anonymous individuals to file reports with the police that allow heavily armed forces to kick down doors and storm into homes and confiscate weapons without any due process protections.

These laws are unconstitutional and un-American.

Bush’s tweet was meant to send a signal to Senate Republicans that the GOP establishment will provide air cover for them if they face primary challenges for voting to allow the police to burst into your home and confiscate your firearms without due process.

If Republicans go along with this gun grab, the primary will be the least of their worries.

The GOP base failed to turn out in the 2008 and 2012 elections because voters saw John McCain and Mitt Romney as establishment sellouts.

Trump reversed that in 2016 by campaigning as a pro-gun candidate who opposed gun control.

If Republicans in Washington, D.C. betray the base and pass laws allowing the police to barge into homes and confiscate forearms at gunpoint, then 2020 could be a repeat of 2008 and 2012.


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118 Responses

  1. Grampa says:

    What kind of name is Jeb? Sounds like a stiff neck or a pain in the ass.

  2. Will Penny says:

    They can take there red flag and shove it up there butts , Jeb Bush sucks Camels just like his brotha , the other camel sucker , the assholes were friends with Osama Binladen’s whole damn family , so ZIP it Raghead Lover Jeb Bush , you damn Traitorous prick

    • Denise Naida says:

      I agree the Bush family (boys) had no business being in office. Their father was the only politically smart one, that didn’t try to destroy us!
      Jeb or is it Deb move, nobody cares what you think.

  3. Joe Couch says:

    It’s not the guns, It’s the people who are mentally ill with a gun. We need to have hospitals for anyone who is mentally ill. Parents know their children and which one needs help. I believe this will help in reducing or stopping mass shootings.

    • Jack says:

      You should have run this argument by St. Ronald Reagan, who as Governor of California emptied all the mental health institutions and blazooned his “theory” that all mentally deficient should be mainstreamed and let to fend for themselves among the so-called “normal” populace!

    • I a mental health counselor and in my 40 year expierience , rarely did one of my clients kill anyone – if anything they would sooner commit suicide. Unless, they hear voices commanding to kill which is also rare. Interesting, most mass shootings are caused by white men some of whom are racists thanks to Mr. Trump’s encouragement.

  4. Rajput King says:

    Thanks for your. I m sorry. Paz help me

  5. Truckman says:

    Why do you think he not in office or in Fl. because we know what a piece of crap he is

  6. T.Bell says:

    Hope someone stabs Jeb in his nuts !

  7. Elmer Fudd says:


  8. Shelba says:

    Red flag laws are too dangerous to the law abiding citizen, a family member or someone who gets mad at you can point the finger at you, reminds me of the Salam witch trials all someone had to do to get rid a relative or someone that had something they wanted was accuse them of being a witch

  9. Mama says:

    SHUT UP, jeb.
    Your ‘deal’ IS 0VER.

    • Kent says:

      Agreed……Jeb is another POS that flip-flops as the wind changes.. What America gets when we vote professional a-holes to Office rather than Patriots.

    • KATH says:

      and so is obama. shut your mouths the two of you and move on obama your done get lost you and michelle your wife said she hates our country until obama became president. you two belong in the obama when you were the president you did nothing but go on vacations with our tax money. your the worst prsident we ever had in our country. and trump had to fix your mess. trump 2020.

  10. Bud McDonald says:

    I have been a responsible gun owner my whole life.Along with 99% of all gun owners ,I don’t have a problem with stronger background checks I don’t have anything to hide.Idon’t think that people with mental illness should be alowed to acess guns.But these red flag laws need to be gone over with a fine tooth comb before they even think about doing give the gun grabbers 1 inch and they will take a mile.And the ATF natzies cant wait to kick your door down and kill you .(RUBY RIDGE ,BROWNSVILLE) Hell they just raided a house in califorinia last month because someone said the man was selling guns out of his house.The ATF didn’t even check that the man had a federaf fire arms license.They were to anxious to kick his door in and get on tv .To justify their useless jobs.

    • Loyd says:

      Bud, I got word that their are turncoats in the Republican party one in particular is Mitch McConnell who is promoteing the red flag laws, darn when money is a issue it is pretty hard to know which of our so called elected officals will turn yellow.

      • Marcus says:

        I have no doubt that Mitch McConnell is a spineless Cowardly RINO Weasel , But in this case He is not the one , The Treasonous Traitor that wrote the National Version of the Communist Red Flag Gun Confiscation Scheme is non other then that Gang of 8 Traitor Marco Rubio , And the RINO Traitor behind pushing State versions of this Unconstitutional illegal Communist Scheme is the Traitor Lindsey Graham , Even though former Governor of Florida has blood on his hands and is a Traitor for signing Florida`s Communist Red Flag Pretended Legislation is Rick Scott , Who at one time seemed to be a good Governor ,But has been spending too much time with that Cuban Snake Marco Rubio

        • Elmer Fudd says:

          Marcos just goes to show how ignorantly STUPID you retardicans are you vote for the “R” only

          • W says:

            And your insipid, demolemming response proves beyond any doubt you have had their phony mantra pumped in all of your orifices to the point of being blinded and completely brainwashed. ANYTHING is better than voting for a demoRAT!

            Vote straight D and show your complete faith in the demomorons like you will, you dummass. Keep believing them and they will lead you to the precipice with the rest of you sheeple.

      • Elmer Fudd says:

        Loyd oh oh oh i know the answer to that one all YELLOW COATS are retardicans

    • Pathfinder0100 says:

      What I don’t understand is “If it’s unconstitutional why is it nor in Court and being challanged” Why NO action against ANYTHING un-Constitutional??

    • OutdoorLife17 says:

      Anybody that claims to be pro 2nd amendment, yet says they support universal background checks, which is a national registry, or red flag laws are not using their heads. Look at Lautenberg amendment, sounded like a law that made sense. Yet stripped millions of not law breaking or wife beating ( as Democrats call them) from their rights…. people lose firearms rights because of a verbal argument, or someone calls in for revenge, happens all over. Get your head on straight. Their are ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, in the second amendment to state 3 different things. A well regulated militia,,,,,, the right for people to bear arms,,,,,, and shall not infringe. Guess they don’t understand that maybe those where supposed to be how it is to be followed

      • The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads: “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.

    • J says:

      Justifying their 6 figure position, don’t have time for the rule of law!

  11. theolddog says:

    “I do not own a gun, but I am pro-Amendment 2 rights, as guaranteed to us by our founding fathers.”

    Educate yourself and read what Alexander Hamilton declared about 2A. A good place to srart would be #29 of the “Federalist Papers”

    But you won’t; you want to be left to your ignorance.

  12. Larry Gaines says:

    The name of Bush alone tells you he is crooked

    • Shirl Wentzel says:

      I live in FL and was there, when he went to Immokalee and signed up illegals to vote for Prez. Bush. Only English, they knew, was Bush and that is how they voted. Why are our voting machines, in Spanish? To become legal, you have to speak English and read it also- And know the constitution !!

      • Elmer Fudd says:

        Shril never ever speak that in public you just painted a target on your back retardican policy and montra always deny and deflect VOTER FRAUD tell them only dems. do that, their voting base is stupid enough to believe anything they feed them, CHEETO MAN claiming to be least racist person in america OMG biggest lie i ever heard

    • Vickie Ross says:

      True! Jeb Bush is crooked.

    • Elmer Fudd says:

      Larry finaly someone admitting crimes committed by bush family

  13. J says:

    The STUPID law these lowlifes are proposing is clearly a violation of the fourteenth amendment of the Constitution. There are so many things that can and probably will go wrong, it shouldn’t even be considered.

    If your neighbor, family members, some bleeding heart anti second amendment idiot or any other clown gets pissed off at you, they can call the police and declare you an extreme risk or danger to the community. The police will then come and confiscate your weapons, arrest you and haul you off to jail even though you haven’t done anything. You then have to hire an attorney at great expense and prove you are NOT an extreme risk. If exonerated, you will now have to fight to get your property back.

    There is so much room for abuse that this should NEVER be enacted. As for the states that have, I am wondering why this hasn’t been challenged in court. Unfortunately the NRA is in self preservation mode so Lord Wayne can keep his $5 million dollar a year job and they will not do much.

    • Vickie Ross says:

      True! J their will be a lot of abuse. I do have one concern though. I agree a mentally ill person should not have a gun. The ones that are violent. My concern is for the ones that just have depression . Their has to be a middle ground in all of this.

    • Marcus says:

      @J, You are correct about everything except , The 14th Amendment is not part of our Bill Of Rights , I believe You meant it is a violation of the Fourth and Fifth Amendment which is a sneaky way of violating your First and Second Amendment Rights

      • J says:

        The fourteenth protects our rights of due process. These red flag laws convict first and then go through due process eventually. During that time your firearms will remain the property of the state.

        You are correct that it will also violate our first, second, fourth and fifth amendment rights simultaneously.

    • Elmer Fudd says:

      J Exactly why bush militarized our police force to come for your guns 90% of posters on these hate sites just painted a target on their backs as some sick mentaly ill fanatics with very bad intentions

  14. Roger says:

    Jeb bush is a has been,he is about as important as the last can of pork and beans l ate.pfuttttttttt.

  15. Elmer Fudd says:


  16. AlfromFl says:

    The reality is that the problem is the shooter, not the weapon. Banning guns will not change that. Obviously there are mental issues with a shooter that need to be addressed to see if there are steps that can be taken to avoid another shooting. I see nothing wrong with background checks but think they need to be addressed at the state level and need to address the mental issue to be worth implementing. The red flag concept is good from the idea of someone recognizing there is a problem but it is fraught with legal issues and questions of motives regarding such an accusation. In any case, the 2nd amendment was written for several reasons, one of which was for the citizenry to have a capability to arm themselves against a dictatorship government. The dems aim to eliminate that possibility if they can. Remember no one invaded Venezuela, the citizenry voted that dictatorship into office.

  17. GySgt. Lew says:

    What did you expect from the Bush Family – Former Governor Jeb Bush tweeted out his support for Red Flag confiscation orders – he and his Red Flag Support will DIE – Jeb, keep you mouth SHUT – no one is listening to now and haven’t in years… You’re Dead!!!!!

  18. Sue says:

    I do not own a gun, but I am pro-Amendment 2 rights, as guaranteed to us by our founding fathers. I always get suspicious whenever a proposal such as the Red Flag law is supported by the Dems. This bill may sound good on the surface, but it has its flaws and does NOT guarantee that it cannot or will not be changed in the future to adhere more to the left-wing, liberal agenda. I would advise Pres. Trump to have serious discussions with those who are advocating this bill, including the NRA – he needs to get their input, too. Whenever a gun-related tragedy strikes, the liberal Dems are quick to jump on guns as the culprit! But don’t they realize that a gun doesn’t go off on its own? It takes a finger…a HUMAN finger!…to pull the trigger. I think our government should institute stricter punishment for those who commit these crimes…the current system is too soft on criminals. I believe the death penalty should be reinstated in ALL 50 states for anyone who intentionally murders anyone, whether it’s one victim or a group of victims such as in the recent cases. Maybe that will serve as a way to decrease the murder rate.

    • Bob says:

      Sue, you are absolutely right, whenever the Democrats are supporting something read it over and over because there is something in it that we don’t want, I read this thing very close because at first I thought this would be a great aid, but then after close inspection said, hell no, this is a trap you don’t want into especially if there is a Democratic administration like the Obama nightmare that we just went through.

      • Will says:

        If this is passed it is one step closer to ,the same thing that happen before the Nazi`s were put in place . AND we all know what happened after that

        • Pathfinder0100 says:

          And that’s their goal Will!! Just ask ole Nancy (we are comin’ for your guns) Pelosi!!

          • D.A.N. says:

            Yep. And guess who is going to get the first red flag orders pulled on them. The cops if it is made that anyone can file one. Florida’s law right now says that only the police can seek a protective order. But it still is a due process violation as the person loses their rights before they are even convicted. Which IS unConstitutional.

    • reconviper1 says:

      I agree.

  19. Loyd says:

    I come from a rural area, and firearms were always around and other than a very few insidents there was no problem. Folks that live in large citys don’t have the opportunity to learn to shoot and be confortable with a firearm. This terrible thing that happened in Texas, and several other states, so called politicans are using this for political gains at the expense of out freedoms. President Trump isn’t perfect, but he has done my things right, more than a few before him, I won’t name names but I;m sure you know those I didn’t mention.

    • Bob says:

      You are absolutely right, we were living in a rural area in the 70’s, a stranger came on our property on Sunday morning, we didn’t have any neighbors, he wanted to talk to me, I was sitting on the front porch having a cup of coffee, he came up the front yard, I asked him what he wanted, he said he wanted to talk to me, he kept coming to the porch, I called thru the door for my wife, when she came I asked her to bring my pistol (quietly, she did), the stranger kept approaching, when he neared the steps I informed him that I had a gun and that if he put a foot on the step I would kill him, he said he just wanted to talk to me, I told him the talking was over and for him to turn around and walk away, which he did. I have no idea what would have happened if I didn’t have the gun, don’t know if he was armed with something, didn’t care, wasn’t going to find out, we had two small children in our home and I had no intention of putting them in harm’s way. Anyone that say’s you can just call the police, sure we could have but if this person had intended us harm we would have been dead and he would have been gone in our vehicle by the time law enforcement arrived. Thank God for being armed.

      • Loyd says:

        Bob, you had every right to be wary of a stranger who didn’t introduce himself first. Having lived in the country all my life, it doesn’t take long to be wary. there isn’t a Democrat that we would vote for it seem like their message has been the same(CONTROL} people in other countries are revolting to their so called leader who want them to do what they want. At least 2 presidents before Trump wanted to control what we do and it will never work plain and simple {DON’T TREAD ON ME.

  20. Susan says:

    I don’t recall Jeb Bush winning the Presidency!? Does anyone else remember that happening?! Sorry Jeb but none of us remember you winning the presidency so what you are saying does not Matter!!! Plus there is that pesky little thing called the second amendment!! Remember that!? And we won’t be Forced to give up ANY of those rights because right now we have a Corrupt Government and a bunch of left wing Freakin idoits trying to Kill us! And the last thing we are gonna to do is hand over our Fire arms! That is our Right to protect ourselves against the Open Borders we have right now and the CRAZY DERANGED LIBERALS calling us RACISTS every day of our lives because we won’t accept their Deranged Agenda!

    • james says:

      One of the first Hitler and all dictators do is confiscate firearms. Wonder why? You think the average Russian owns a gun? How about your average Chinese? No, they don’t and there’s a reason as we all know.

    • Bob says:

      Here is the problem, Jeb is promoting (this Red Flag Law) that is even more dangerous than the Patriot Act that G.W.Bush implemented. I initially thought that it may be an effective tool but no way will this work, this will just infringe on our rights like crazy, sure in the right hands maybe it would be something that works but look what happened when Obama got into office and corrupted the entire Intelligence and D.O.J., no thanks, sooner or later (and probably sooner) there will be a looney Democrat in office and here we go. No thanks, give them nothing they can later use against us.

  21. John H Montgomery Jr says:

    Anyone important?

  22. Ticked says:

    I have been watching all of the people complaining about our rights under the Second Amendment for years now. The main ideas of stopping a lot of these shootings mount to be pointing towards one major source, thats people with a mental conditions. Under the Law on the books Doctors can’t talk to others about a persons medical condition. The Law needs to be changed to let Doctors contact Law enforcement if they feel that a person might be investigated to see many things if the person has a firearm that they may use to hurt others, and if the investagon might need to go to the courts to remove the persons firearm(s) by court order. But No taking of the person Firearms prior unless they are commiting a crime prior to court appearance. Most people know the Second Amendment is the Right to Bare arms, what a lot of people don’t know that it Protects all of our other Rights under the Constitution such as. Speech, Religion, and the rest of our Amendments. “A well as having a 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.”

    • Loyd says:

      In support of what Ticked wrote is plain and simple, people kill people not guns, knives, cars or what ever is used people kill people. We have to protect one an other, not by stupid laws but by common sense.

    • Susan Patricia Shephard says:

      #Ticked FULL ON AGREE ????????????????????

    • Robert says:

      You are right on all of these, the medical issue is a big hurdle to get across, here is another that they bring up but never often enough…school records, when I was in school we knew when we had a nut case, more often than not that person went to “boys town”, then later to prison. Now, like in Parkland with the Liberal policies they allow the killers to stay in school. The students later said they were terrorized by this kid, then he went out and bought a gun. The whacko in Dayton, Ohio, what did people that knew him say, they were scared to death of him, then he went out and bought a gun, body armor and went on a killing spree.

  23. T. Bell says:

    I hope the COMMIE Rhinos die of the clap or aids.

    • Nelson says:

      Thank the Lord you were ready.
      I don’t worry much here because they all know I’m nuts and won’t hesitate to protect my family with any and all I have.

  24. David Muench says:

    The Democrats are idiots if they think they have a leg to stand on here , it will only cause only all out civil war in this country . Charleston Heston said it best out of my cold dead hands.

  25. L. R. Smith says:

    So, who wants to promote the sicko’s a right to do something they know nothing about? They think that only politicians can run the country , so they stir up problems for the only person making good headway. save a life , don’t sell it to some person who is brain dead. I am a trumpeter.

  26. Ernst says:

    Any person crazy enough to have the court take away his guns can just as well kill people with knives, cars, trucks, fertilizer and fuel oil, or many other tools. This is just one more excuse to disarm the populace. “You never let a serious crisis go to waste,” said Rahm Emanuel. This is the perfect example of using a crisis to accomplish a long-sought goal. Taking away guns will not stop mass murders, but it will make people more easy marks for criminals.

  27. Lynda Denson says:

    I wouldn’t worry about it. Jeb Bush is just a vindictive RINO, who is still pouting from the pummeling he got from Trump in the last election. His opinion never really meant much of anything before he ran for President and means even less today. He is just a Deep State nobody who doesn’t even really qualify to be a “Has Been” ….because he never was all that impressive or important. He is one of those creatures who lives in the SWAMP and the others tolerate him until they need a good meal or someone to sacrifice.

    • Shelly says:

      It’s funny his sharp downward turn in the primary was because he accepted a gun that was inscribed from pro gun lobbies.

    • Loyd says:

      Jeb Bush has never grown up and never will taken in account of where he came from he was and still a mommy boy. any politican that uses a event to further their cause is not much of a person.

  28. Dan Winright says:

    STFU jeb. Still pissed you didnt win the nomination aren’t you

  29. White Beard says:

    What is happening to our party? I am seeing more and more people like the Bushes, who are turning away from Trump, so on separation of children from parents, some on his continual tweets which they find many just “stir up trouble and discord” and some really P.O.ed on his trade policy which hurts their businesses. I keep telling them that he is better than alternative. But I see Trump losing support among of my city friends . . . they are certainly less enthusiastic than they were in 2016. Sure, Trump isn’t perfect, but many of them are not very loyal. The Mueller materials did make some of them stop and think, but I don’t think changed a lot of minds.

    • Clinton M. Knight says:

      They are part of the deep state. That’s why.

    • Shelly says:

      Payoff. All politicians can be bought and congress has all that access to taxpayers money. No worries I voted for Johnson in 2016. But I have gone republican and am a proud Trump supporter now. Yes he is boastful and that’s kinda tacky but nobody has proven him wrong although the democrat people are spending every last penny to try to all they have done is waste taxpayers money and time.

      • Will T says:

        Same here, thought Trump would just be more left than right and hoping a third party would finally get a foot in the door. But I do like the direction Trump has things going.

        • Elmer Fudd says:

          Will yes everything so great thats why so many “R,s” leaving party or coming out against him they don’t want to commit political suicide

    • W says:

      They are afraid and running away because they do not have the true understanding and beliefs of the real majority of Americans. They are driven by polls that are taken by biased organizations using lemmings from heavily controlled demoscum areas for responses.

      Your friends and many others are also being incessantly bombarded on a daily basis by the demomaggots propaganda puppet talking heads with lies, half truths and overt omissions. They are being fed this excrement so they will eventually be assimilated by the ones control the “truth”. Remember, a lie is a lie no matter how often it is told. However, their beliefs are that if you tell lies often enough and long enough, it becomes the “truth” they want you to believe. Explain this to them and emphasize that they verify those deceptive “reports” before coming to the wrong conclusion.

      Their modus operandi is almost exactly the same as the way Adolph Hitler operated before over 6 MILLION were exterminated. Remember this too, the demonazis agenda is heavily subsidized by a former NAA ZZZ sympathizer and informer, George Sorryazz.

      • Elmer Fudd says:

        W so true you say “INVADERS” “MURDERS” “RAPISTS” ” DRUGIES” repeat over and over and over and over again and look what happens but hey i know your ” LOVIN IT” your mentaly ill like most on this site

        • W says:

          And you have been fed that enema tube in all of your orifices for so long, your skull is now filled with demoscum excrement. Follow the path they have you on and they will get you what they always have – NOTHING!

          Keep idolizing your LOSER queen Hildebeast for she is your true leader. Just turn to NYC, raise your right arm up and shout Heil Hilldebeast!!

    • Will says:

      Bushes were never on Trumps side they have always been RINO`S even as POTUS both of them Bush #1 said he wanted a one world order . They are goose stepping commie scum

  30. vinnie says:

    The Democrats (Donkey People) want complete control and dependence on the
    government and we all know how that ends ! The people are supposed to control the Government not be controlled by the Government ! They claim that Our beloved President Trump is Fear Mongering but Look at what this Vasi Murta just posted ! If that isn’t Fear Mongering then I don’t know a better way to define it ! First they come for your guns then they come for you ! Don’t Fall for their False Claims because this “Red Flag” Bullsh*t Is just a way for nosy Neighbors and Cantankerous In-Laws to take advantage of your Rights ! I Just wonder how many Donkey People are making a list to call 911 and report a person that they don’t know but suspect that He or She may have guns just so they can see this BS work

  31. BOB says:


    • Loyd says:

      Bob as a FFL holder for many years,we have to call in every firearm that we sell or transfer to another person, now if the ATF was more responsible for their record keeping , then it should tell a different story of ho should and ho should not receive a firearm.

    • Scotty says:

      What law will criminals and crazies follow? Murder is already illegal.

  32. i-mac says:

    Jeb Bush is a horrible Man he is no Republican but should become the Democrat that he really is(like Romney) With 22,500 gun laws already a few more will make no difference. The ‘Red Flag” laws require no probable cause, and you can be accused by anyone, not just competent medical personnel. Your ex-spouse or a neighbor weith a grudge could start the process. Politicians will not concentrate on criminals who never will obey ant laws. Maybe mainstreaming all the mentally ill and not having proper facilities to house and treat them has a lot to do with this.

  33. DonRS says:

    Jeb Bush lives in the dung heap of LOSERS!

  34. Hal Lemoyne says:

    Jeb bush has always been a jealous hater of our US President TRUMP

    and jeb will always do whatever/however to try and sabotage President TRUMP’s

    US Presidency, and yes jeb bush is traitor, a despicable neverTRUMP politician

    “so what’s new??

    jeb bush doesn’t deserve to stay a US citizen

    ????????????TRUMPence2020???????????? successfully assured
    Amen & Amen!!!

    • paulette repko says:

      hal you hit the nail on the head . there is not a democrat running to be proesiden that does not have issues wht would effet us. trump has his own money he donpt need ours, he has a keen mind for figures and know what to do about it . he may say domb thing at time but he is tring to be a diplomat wheich he i not. he is an honest mand and has=d accomplished more in his short trm that any 8 year older. . he has leanred jfk and he is working on sseveral other, reagan , and acouple others that has done us well. he is a man and does and says things men say. get over it. he is the man and god put him here. he i the winner and the rest areall losers. god bless our ontry nand our president and our flag. for we will rise again. thank you.

  35. William Merrell says:

    It seems like the entire bush family are a-holes. I am ashamed I ever supported them.

  36. Woody Elms says:

    if you want to stop the violent crimes with guns then arm all citizens with them and the crime will drop like a rock in a lake case in point is Switzerland

    • D.A.N. says:

      And Israel. And some towns in the US which passed laws saying a home had to be armed with a few exceptions. Not knowing who was armed and who was caused criminals to go elsewhere.

  37. Joe Prospect says:

    How many anonymous ISIS terrorists will file reports to disarm America like Nazi Germany disarmed the Jews and look what happened there.

  38. Shirley says:

    My Grandson broke up with his girlfriend who then called 911 and told them HE WAS contemplating suicide and had a rifle. They went ti his workplace and made him go to a hospital for observation and then they went to his house and took his rifle. He was released with a clean bill of health thanks to the threatening emails she had sent to him. That was almost a year ago and he still has not been able to get his rifle back. It is a confiscation trick. Fight it. Make an enemy lose your gun.

  39. Mike says:

    Hey Melody A Cox,
    You should convey your posting and beliefs to the spiteful, hateful, bigot that occupies the White House if he’s not golfing at one of his golf courses!

  40. Melody A Cox says:

    Jeb Bush is following a family member’s lead I suspect. Mama Bush hated Trump then before you knew it the whole family did as well. Jebs parents turned against Trump even to the point where the supposedly Christian Family said on TV and in interviews that they HATED him. Barbara Bush had a countdown clock on her bedside table that was counting down the time until Trump term ran out. I was actually ashamed of them and for them and their display of hatred no matter who it was aimed at. What kind of examples are they for a trouble country? Poor ones if you ask me. That is not how they preached when they were in the White House. They must not read the Bible because God said hate is wrong. If they looked at him as an enemy God tells us to love our enemy. So do they chose to be Christian in certain ways and not Christian in others that suit them.

    I’ve seen photos of the Bushes holding or reading their Bible. Do they talk the talk but not walk the walk?

    • David Mowry says:

      The Bush’s are in it for themselves. Nothing more than a bunch of self righteous hypocrites. Worse than the democrats. Sellouts as far as I’m concerned. Good riddance to all of them. Now they can party with the Clintons and Obosos. You could put them all in a bag, shake it up, then dump them out and you would never be able to tell them apart.

      • Paul Smithson says:

        Unlike Traitor Trump, who is the most selfish, egotistical, corrupt, fraudulent a**-hole this country has ever seen. We will get him out of office and then imprison horse-face for all his crimes.

        • William Gross says:

          This “we” you speak of, would that be the voices in your head or is it the frog you carry around in your pocket?

    • Elmer Fudd says:


    • Jeff Beard says:

      The Bush family has always been a family of hypocrites. They try to to make themselves look like a very religious family, but they are nothing but a bunch of hypocrites.

    • GySgt Lew says:

      What did you expect from the Bush Family – Former Governor Jeb Bush tweeted out his support for Red Flag confiscation orders – he and his Red Flag Support will DIE – Jeb, keep you mouth SHUT – no one is listening to now and haven’t in years… You’re Dead!!!!!

  41. 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

    • Patriot says:

      How about knives, machetes, hammers, baseball bats, etc! (sarcasm intended) It’s not the guns that kill people… it’s people that kill people. How about the politicians enact laws that require an automatic death penalty for anyone found guilty of wanton killing with a gun… quick trial, no appeals and ignore the “insanity” defense. There are millions of Americans who own guns and are no threat to society, but leave it to a Democrat to call for banning all guns which then makes all Americans vulnerable to those who don’t obey the laws, and maybe, even a subversive government.

    • samswede322 says:

      and 100% of those who apprehend bad guys do it with guns.

    • W says:

      Anything that begins with “Democrats” MUST be viewed with EXTREME SUSPICION. You lemmings wouldn’t know or tell the REAL TRUTH if it bit you squarely in the butt.

      This jackwad has been COMPLETELY BRAINWASHED!

    • Bobert says:

      Then, why don’t the Democrats show any interest in working with the GOP and the President to negotiate solutions instead of constantly and incessantly bashing the President at every minute opportunity? You may be right, your Platform may be valid, but your House and Senate collegues are obsessed with removing Trump. That’s no recipe for co-operation!

    • Clay says:

      This person has entirely too much time on his hands. He needs to find gainful employment, pay taxes and learn about the real world, but he will not. It is easier to pontificate.

    • GySgt Lew Souder says:

      Typical Democrat BS

    • Marcus says:

      @Vasu , It has been some time since I have read your Lies and Propaganda , When Professional Communist Agitators post their lies and distortions it is best to ignore them , Do You work for the Criminal Communist DNC or one of George Soros`s Shady Front Groups , You read exactly like Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin with a modern twist , If I did not know that Saul Alinsky is dead I would say = Is that You Saul ??

  42. Rick says:

    In our neighborhood we don’t call 911 we’re protected by the Glocks!!
    You really don’t want to come and take them do You? I think not!!

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