We are so sick of this meaningless phrase.
In the right (or wrong) hands ANYTHING could technically be an assault weapon, but for whatever reason Democrats like Sen Dianne Feinstein keep using it. Guess we should just be glad she didn’t call them ‘weapons of war.’
Today we have 15 million assault weapons in the U.S. These are guns modeled after military weapons and then sold to civilians. For what? You can’t use it for hunting. You don’t need it for defense. What do you really need it for?
— Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) March 28, 2018
Umm, to protect the people from the government should it become tyrannical? Dianne, this is basic civics stuff, c’mon. And actually yes, people use the AR-15 for hunting and might indeed use it for defense.
On the other hand though:
Luckily the Founding Fathers, in their extraordinary wisdom, made it none of your business, Senator. https://t.co/1nqc3wDweU
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) March 29, 2018
It’s none of her damn business WHY Americans want them.
As usual, your ignorance is astounding.
— Mike Mason (@MikeMason830) March 28, 2018
Breathtaking, isn’t it?
1. Don't tell me what I need for defense.
2. The 2nd Amendment has nothing to do with hunting
3. It's the Bill of Rights, not the Bill of Needs.
4. Bonus question, please define "assault weapon". Thanks.
— Howard Roark Laughed (@Major_Skidmark) March 29, 2018
The 2nd Amendment wasn’t written for hunting. It was for defense against you: “The supreme power in America cannot enforce unjust laws by the sword; because the whole body of the people are armed, and constitute a force superior to any band of regular troops." – Noah Webster,
— Tom Mullen (@ThomasMullen) March 29, 2018
Fortunately I still live in a country where I’m free from having government officials tell me what I need
— SM ? (@Scottymcmahon22) March 29, 2018
She seriously doesn’t get it.
Yes I can.
Yes I do.
None of your damn business.
— In Guinness Veritas (@SocrateezNutz) March 29, 2018
1. "Assault weapon" is a term made up by politicians.
2. The .45 sidearm is a for real "military weapon". You banning those?
3. Yes you can use an AR-15 for hunting.
4. You don't get to decide what's appropriate for "defense".
5. Shut up. That one's free.
— scottyp (@vvangopher) March 29, 2018
What he said.
If only the founders had published things that could answer the question frrom the oppressive government lady…?
— Kieran ?️?☕?????????️ eleison (@kierandill) March 29, 2018
We see what you did there.
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