Within 24 hours of the murders of a Virginia reporter and her cameraman on Wednesday, Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton both pushed unconstitutional agendas regarding arms.
First, Obama came right out on que to promote his unconstitutional attack on the Second Amendment.
“It breaks my heart every time you read about or hear about these kind of incidents,” he said during a television interview at the White House with Monica Malpass of WPVI.
“What we know is that the number of people that die from gun-related incidents around this country dwarfs any deaths that happen through terrorism,” he added.
He didn’t addresss the shooter at all, especially since he was a black man, who was not only a racist, but also a sodomite. That wouldn’t have worked well for the sodomite agenda he is using to upend the law of the land. He just went after guns.
“While there’s no piece of legislation that will end all violence in this country, there are some common sense things that only Congress can do that we know would have a tangible impact on reducing gun violence in this country,” he added.
No, Mr. Earnest there are not. The Constitution does not give any authority to the federal government to do anything “common sense” regarding arms, because the fact of the matter is that government rarely does anything that is common sense.
Obama’s former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wasn’t much better than her former boss. She tweeted out:
Heartbroken and angry. We must act to stop gun violence, and we cannot wait any longer. Praying for the victims’ families in Virginia. -H
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) August 26, 2015
Notice her priorities: Herself and her feelings (which I would say are non-existant), her anti-gun agenda, and finally, oh yes, she mentioned the victims.
These guys are so predictable. They use the emotionalism of the murders that happened on Wednesday that they couldn’t wait to jump on television and jump on Twitter and start looking to violate the law that binds them. I’m referring to the Second Amendment, which grants to the federal government zero authority to write one law that restricts or regulates arms in any fashion.
As a final note to the Republican controlled Congress, you were not elected to go along to get along in 2014. You were elected to deal with the lawless criminal in the White House. Sadly, too many in Congress are content to be complicit in his crimes, and as such you are worthy of the same judgment.