McConnell again demurs on gun legislation, says Senate is in a ‘holding pattern’
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McConnell again demurs on gun legislation, says Senate is in a ‘holding pattern’


48 Comments

  • Brigitte Scott

    It seems Trump is conflicted between losing $30 million from the gun lobby to help his campaign if he supports what they don’t want. Vs. protecting our children, our churches, our schools, synagogues, our malls, our festivals.

  • Linda Minton

    I don't remember dirty harry reid advancing the Republican agenda, not one Republican senator was elected to inact gun control laws. Do democrats help Republicans on late term abortion restrictions? This video is absurd, like obama said…elections have consequences.

  • Ned Delley

    Московский Митч, продолжайте в том же духе, товарищ.

    Крепкие объятия

    Влад

  • Sarah Brown

    Gun legislation should be left to the States. The Federal Government does not have Constitutional authority to regulate citizens.

  • lilbeserk

    Your too late Libtards! We have more guns owned than american citizens. Come try to take them and start another American Civil War!

  • olrik parlez

    We need to begin testing pretenders to the the role of politician like we test for example; astronauts and air traffic controllers. Testing for things beyond an appropriate education like mental ability, judgement, ethics etc….and be stringent about what level of individual is eventually permitted to hold sway over so many.

  • freejutube

    McConnell, be strong, a little bit, and force the president to show how much he is against the people (vetoing the house's bill) or not 🙂

  • Lazor Wolf

    Democrats voted against “red-flagging” known gang members, choosing
    instead to use the controversial gun control method to disarm rural
    Americans.

    Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) explained how his amendment that
    proposed applying a red-flag to anyone law enforcement labels a gang
    member was shut down by Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee.

    Since gang members make up 80% of gun homicides in the United States, it only makes sense to include them on the red-flag list.

  • Lazor Wolf

    Democrats voted against “red-flagging” known gang members, choosing
    instead to use the controversial gun control method to disarm rural
    Americans.

    Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) explained how his amendment that
    proposed applying a red-flag to anyone law enforcement labels a gang
    member was shut down by Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee.

    Since gang members make up 80% of gun homicides in the United States, it only makes sense to include them on the red-flag list.

  • Lazor Wolf

    Democrats voted against “red-flagging” known gang members, choosing
    instead to use the controversial gun control method to disarm rural
    Americans.

    Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) explained how his amendment that
    proposed applying a red-flag to anyone law enforcement labels a gang
    member was shut down by Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee.

    Since gang members make up 80% of gun homicides in the United States, it only makes sense to include them on the red-flag list.

  • Lazor Wolf

    Democrats voted against “red-flagging” known gang members, choosing
    instead to use the controversial gun control method to disarm rural
    Americans.

    Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) explained how his amendment that
    proposed applying a red-flag to anyone law enforcement labels a gang
    member was shut down by Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee.

    Since gang members make up 80% of gun homicides in the United States, it only makes sense to include them on the red-flag list.

  • Joey Ruth

    How about we get rid of gun laws we have now. None of them have ever saved any lives. We have grown a huge anti gun culture in this country that a lot of people and politicians have become giant snowflaked pussies. Democrats even turned down a bill that targets current and former gang members and people on the no fly list that may have possession of guns illegally. Democrats want to to disarm innocent law abiding people.

  • Steven Haire

    There is a difference I alot of places people carry guns openly and commonly and no one gets shot so alot of people don't feel your gun control drive

  • D* R*

    A True Patriot, would Honor the Constitution! Not, PUTIN's Turncoat Turtle, though!…..     THE PROCESS: House Votes > Senate Votes > POTUS Signs or Vetoes > Senate Overrides Veto! …. Why is this So? So the American People will Know, always, where Their Congressmen Stand or Crawl……. just like a Turncoat Turtle!

  • Franky Salazar

    Mitch and his wife are is stealing millions from the people by doing and making laws allowing personal gain off the state but nobody is looking into that right? Ditch Mitch

  • Joe Penn

    To those who support gun control should bring every thing in their lives out that can be used as a weapon no matter how small and sell it back to the government. That money should then be handed out to non gun control Citizens so that they can be paid for the stress of the Democratic National Parties lies.

  • D* R*

    Toady Turtle, 'Holding Pattern"? TRUMP, holds His defunct NADs captive, and Daddy Vlad" holds TRUMP's! At least, when ever that "Chao Syndicate" are not around!    🐢💤 💩

  • Bill Smith

    How about you liberals turn in all your firearms and we the people will keep ours. Why do liberals think they have any right to tell other Americans what we can and can not do? Who made liberals Gods over the USA?

  • joel 1114

    "After a shooting spree, they always want to take the guns away from the people who didn't do it. I sure as hell wouldn't want to live in a society where the only people allowed guns are the police and the military" – William S. Burroughs.

  • Seth Friedman

    Mass shootings are FAKE ! Professor James Fetzer, Ole Dammegard, 153 News and Uncensored.tubeprove it. Anyone who watches the documentary " Innocents Betrayed " by JPFO will buy a gun.

  • Paul Greenberg

    Pretty sure Congress can still pass bills with a two-thirds majority in both chambers over a president's objections….but who am I. Just someone that can Google this info that elected officials insist on leaving out at the most convenient of times.

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