Hypocrisy of Gun Control Advocate Dianne Feinstein By Ron Branson VictoryUSA@jail4judges.org According to the testimony of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, out
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, Dec 21 10:44 PM
Hypocrisy of Gun Control
Advocate Dianne Feinstein By Ron Branson VictoryUSA@...
According to the testimony of U.S. Senator Dianne
Feinstein, out of fear for her life, she carries a
concealed weapon, and expresses a willingness to take down
anyone who threatens her.
Thus, relative to the Newtown, Ct. shooting scene, had
Dianne been present within that school at the time, she
would have pulled her gun and fired back at the assailant
as a matter of life and death.
To make sense of Senator Dianne Feinstein's position, she
thus believes that she has a Second Amendment right to
keep and bear arms, and to use it against anyone whom she
perceives might threaten her, but she does not believe the
People have that same right.
Her expressed justification for her stated belief is that
the world has become much more violent with the People
having the same right she has.
Therefore, she is proposing legislation cutting off access
to what she believes are dangerous guns in the hands of
Interesting is the change of
terms within the liberal media in the furtherance of
gun control. Weapons in the hands of the People that
are called "Assault Rifles," are called "Tactical
Weapons" in the hands of the government. It just
depends upon whose hands the guns are in. Try
switching these titles and their applications, and see
how the media is manipulating the news, and control of
I suppose that "Two irons, two irons, the British are
coming," can be transposed into, "The SWAT Teams are
coming with Tactical Weapons, and the revoltees are
resisting with their Musket Assault Rifles." Then the
news reports, "We just have to outlaw those Muskets,
because they are dangerous weapons that must be taken
off the streets."
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