Oh, hey. Looks like California really wants to get a jump on this whole “red flag law” thing. The L.A. Times’ Patrick McGreevey reports:
In response to mass shootings, CA Assembly votes to expand “red flag” law by allowing teachers, employers, co-workers to seek court orders removing guns from people they consider a danger.
— Patrick McGreevy (@mcgreevy99) September 9, 2019
Sounds like a fool-proof plan that will absolutely not be abused or cause further problems of any kind.
— Billy ??? (@Billy_r_ps) September 9, 2019
Oh boy. This power won’t possibly be abused.
— doofus maximus (@maximus_doofus) September 9, 2019
This can only end well https://t.co/wodPX5sCVm
— Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) September 9, 2019
What could go wrong?
— Tim McKay (@NamesTim) September 9, 2019
— Hispanic Man With Gravy Stains On His Lapel (@HispanicGravy) September 9, 2019
I see multiple law suites.
— Tovarich Oliver B Barcycle ⭐️⭐️⭐️ ❌ (@21oPlato) September 9, 2019
Let’s hope so.
Great ?. Now anyone can be swatted for “you pissed me of” reasons ??. Omg, can we sell California ??♀️
— betty Bressler (@betty_bressler) September 9, 2019