That’ll show those evil clingers, right New Jersey?
Today, New Jersey passed sweeping gun safety legislation, including measures to expand background checks, reduce magazine capacity, and keep firearms out of the wrong hands.
On Wednesday, I'll sign these bills into law, establishing some of the toughest gun laws in the nation.
— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) June 7, 2018
Actually, Phil, Chicago has some of the toughest gun laws in the nation, and it’s a cesspool of gun violence.
But hey, way to go chief.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) June 8, 2018
Interesting how Alyssa is trying to claim victory over legislation as far as we can tell she had nothing to do with.
I'm a NJ vet. I protected a NJ senator during my duty. It took me 10 months + a lawyer to get a gun purchase permit in NJ! I can protect politicians, but not my own home?!
— Conservative From A Liberal State (NJ) (@Pemmin1) June 7, 2018
Hey, thanks Phil.
Most of these laws already existed in NJ. It is to make folks, whom obviously know nothing about existing NJ gun Laws, to feel like progress is being made. But it is all redundant. Im for gun sense but this doesn't move the needle. Armor piercing-when/where were they available?
— Anstantanople (@Anstantanople) June 7, 2018
Shhh … they’re rolling.
Please clarify for the public how lowering the maximum magazine size to 10 will save lives. This number seems arbitrary, especially since the state already lowered the maximum to 15, and made people purchase new magazines once before. Is the 10 based on any studies? Thank you.
— Joseph Steinberg (@JosephSteinberg) June 8, 2018
Hey, Joseph should ask Alyssa since this is clearly a win for her.
Please tell how u going to keep guns out of the wrong hands
— Karl Knowles (@kobefn) June 8, 2018
Gun control, silly.
How are you winning? The @NRA is now at 6 million members, thanks to your endless promotion.
— Rocky B (@ROCCZILLA) June 8, 2018
Up a MILLION followers since February.
But hey, if New Jersey pretending they passed some major laws that will magically stop gun violence makes Alyssa feel like she finally won at something, more power to her.