Here's one section of it, to give you an idea of the bullshit they're spreading now.
What can we do about gun violence?I don't know where to begin with this section.
There are many things we can do to prevent gun violence. Here are three policy proposals:
1. We must comprehensively and effectively apply the Brady background check system, so no one who we want to prohibit from buying guns can legally buy one.
Effective background checks would have stopped the Virginia Tech killer from buying these guns.
2. We must reduce access to weaponry that is not for sport and not for self-defense.
Had Congress and the President not allowed the assault weapon ban to expire, the killer may not have been able to obtain the high capacity magazines he used in his assault.
3. We must give our police and federal law enforcement the tools and resources they need to fight gun crimes, including illegal gun trafficking and corrupt gun dealers.
New technologies, such as microstamping and other ballistic identification systems, might have allowed authorities to identify the Virginia Tech shooter earlier, before his second, most deadly, rampage.
Gun violence prevention should not be controversial. The overwhelming majority of Americans believe that gun violence is a huge problem. And most Americans believe that we should have tougher gun laws. Most Americans, including most gun owners, support the policy proposals I've suggested.
1. Brady checks don't work; if someone wants a gun, they will steal it or buy it illegally.
2. What gun that is on their list is not made for sport or self-defense? And what the hell does magazine size have to do with anything?
3. Microstamping and such are not practical, and they don't mean a thing. Anyone with the slightest knowledge of firearms could disable that, or change the "ballistic fingerprint" of a firearm with little problems. And the statement that most gun owners support the above proposals? Not hardly.
These people are incapable of telling the truth, and anyone who believes them without checking the facts is sadly lacking in the ability to form rational thoughts. Of course, like the old saying, "There's a sucker born every minute."
Just my opinion.