So he claims that there were so many machine gun killings in the 1930's that our rights had to be reduced to lower the violence, then says the ones still owned are family heirlooms and are not on the streets gunning people down. Hmmm, are machine guns good or bad cause if they are bad, they should be out on the streets turning them red. Those killings were highly sensationalized by the media in the day much the same way a mass killing with an AR type rifle is today.dlh wrote: ↑Thu Sep 20, 2018 10:02 amBeto is certainly not gun-friendly. He adopts the usual anti-gun line that the AR15 is an "assault rifle" which we know it is not. He nuances his position by saying we can keep our AR15s if we already have one BUT he does not believe we should be able to buy any FUTURE AR15s. So, if I want to buy one in a couple of years he would be opposed to that. Ted Cruz is by no means perfect but he certainly not gonna object should I decide to buy another AR down the road.
To "get a load of Beto" just check out this radio interview:
He's flat out says our rights were reduced and is ok with that. I wonder what other rights he is ok with reducing or doing away with?