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Trump defends 2nd amendment: “Come and take it”

Here’s the story. So, what about bumpstocks?

9 Responses to “Trump defends 2nd amendment: “Come and take it””

  1. Lyle Says:

    He “defends” the “second amendment” because he wants you to like him. Words.

    Defending the second amdndment, in deed, consistently, because he understands it and loves it, well, that’s a whole different deal. It would involve much doing and little talking.

  2. Tasso Rampante Says:

    If you have a bumpstock he will come and take it.

  3. Timothy E Covington Says:

    Any gun owner who believes Trump on this is a fool.

  4. Paul Says:

    A bumpstock is not a gun. It is not a mag. It is not ammo.

    It is a add-on. Might not be popular for us folks to see ban but it is not vital to the guns function nor magazine capacity.

  5. Paul Says:

    Folks you do know using vertical forends on pistols is illegal to, right? Kind of a ban, right? So why not bump stocks?

  6. Chris Says:

    >> Folks you do know using vertical forends on pistols is illegal to, right? Kind of a ban, right

    Yeah… that regulation seems silly too.

  7. JTC Says:

    “…because he understands it and loves it…”

    Bullshit. He needs only to understand “love” us, his constituents and employers…and he is proving he does.

    Bump-fires? I don’t like it either, but as a diversionary tactic it ain’t over til it’s over…or until RBG finally withers away and is replaced by someone who actually does understand it.

  8. Michael Says:

    Paul,
    As dumb as it is, the definition of AOW was legally passed by a proper act of Congress. The ban on bump stocks… the act of an ignorant grifter.

    JTC,
    If you’re looking for love, only fools and Communists look to a politician.

  9. JTC Says:

    @Michael, yeah thatís what the quotes are for.

    Conversely, anyone looking for a politician to lead them and define their rights has it exactly backwards. So in this context and using Lyleís words ironically, love means to obey.

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