Sen. Chris Murphy spends a lot of time playing big and tough on Twitter, especially when it comes to gun control. If we had a nickel for every Murphy tweet that had lots and lots of words without really conveying a message … we’d have a lot of nickels.
Enough talk. Enough plans. Let's have an open debate on gun violence on the Senate floor – NOW – and see what passes and what doesn't. Then, let's take it to the voters in November and see what they think of how it all went down.
— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) March 12, 2018
Oh, wait, nope.
Enough talk. Enough plans. Alrighty then. But when exactly has the debate on gun control not been open in the Senate? All we’ve heard from Democrats in the last month is the need to stomp on Americans and their Second Amendment rights because that will somehow MAGICALLY stop all gun violence.
That seems pretty open (and annoying) to us.
Aww and then the plug for votes, always campaigning.
Senator, bringing this to the floor now would be a total PR move, not legislative. I think the Senate should focus on real legislative changes and not Democratic public relations. Let's not turn the Senate into a LOOONG campaign rally for Ds https://t.co/gTKBtlCdkS
— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) March 13, 2018
Pay attention, adults. Kyle put a senator in his place and didn’t say a single unkind or derogatory word. Just the facts, ma’am.
And it worked BEAUTIFULLY.
— BSmithnOK (@br8veheart) March 13, 2018
This is gonna be good.
Way to go! Keep them all honest!
— RichDef77 (@RichDef77) March 13, 2018
Somebody has to.
I like the way you think Kyle. Honesty, truly is the best policy. Keep doing what you are doing, you are making a difference.
— Beth (@bethanne6229) March 13, 2018
He is indeed.
Seems the good senator could learn a thing or two from this young man, let’s hope he pays attention.