Congress tried to hide it – but Jim Jordan just shone a spotlight on it! Jim Jordan is quickly becoming the new Lion of House. As Democrats keep pushing to betray the will of the people, Jordan is fighting back. And he just exposed another Democrat scheme to take away your rights. The media, of course, was silent on what they just voted on. But Jordan made sure everybody knew.
Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee:
-First voted to take away Americans' firearms
-Then voted to impeach the guy we elected President
All in less than 48 hours. And you wonder why people can't stand this town. pic.twitter.com/4dJxW5vUbW
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) September 12, 2019
“Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee: -First voted to take away Americans’ firearms. -Then voted to impeach the guy we elected President. All in less than 48 hours. And you wonder why people can’t stand this town.”
Jordan called out a bunch of measures Nadler and Democrats are forcing onto the House floor. But what were they trying to do exactly?
Check it out.
The Democratic-controlled House Judiciary Committee approved several anti-gun measures for a vote, including red flag laws, a ban on so-called large-capacity magazines, and expanded background checks.
They pushed for new anti-Second Amendment laws to go to the House floor.
Even though these laws go much further in restricting Americans’ rights, the left was happy to vote on them.
They want “red flag laws,” a ban on large-capacity magazines, and expanded background checks–even though background checks are plenty enough.
This comes even as the Senate and president are opposing any further measures.
President Trump has made it clear he’s not for any legislation that would restrict law-abiding Americans’ rights.
But Nadler and his buddies still voted to put these bills forward. Do they really care about what the American people want?
And will these bills be passed in the House? With liberal control, it’s very possible.
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Source: Twitter, Townhall