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Thread: S.C. Democrat Candidate Debate

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    S.C. Democrat Candidate Debate

    In case anyone hasn't noticed, this year's primary scramble by candidates for the Democratic party's presidential nomination is a race to agree that "gun violence" is a problem, and they're eagerly vying with each other to see who can be the most anti-gun (while, of course, not admitting that they ultimately want to ban ALL guns). A recent e-mail blast from the NSSF brought this to my inbox:

    The Charleston, S.C. debate stage was the place for Democratic presidential candidates wanting to show their lack of firearms knowledge and Americans’ Second Amendment rights. From former Vice President Joe Biden, to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg and the rest, crosstalk and heated back-and-forth on the criminal misuse of firearms dominated. However, the candidates’ platforms included wildly false statements, tired scare language and egregiously wrong facts. The only coherent message is they’re aiming squarely at knocking down the rights of law-abiding gun owners instead of addressing crime. Read Larry Keane’s article on the debate debacle.
    Link to Larry Keane's article: https://www.nssf.org/south-carolina-...content=govrel

    The opening paragraphs sum it up:

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Keane
    The debate stage in Charleston, S.C. was the place to be Tuesday night for Democratic presidential candidates who wanted to demonstrate their lack of firearms knowledge and Americans’ Second Amendment rights.

    There certainly were a lot of words and crosstalk during the heated back-and-forth between candidates on the criminal misuse of firearms. However, the candidates’ platforms included wildly false statements, tired scare language and egregiously wrong facts. Unfortunately for the American people, the debate offered gun control platitudes, not serious answers voters deserve.
    Hawkmoon
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    Last edited by Hawkmoon; 28th February 2020 at 17:09.


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    With 150 million gun related gun deaths since 2007 according to "Good ole' Joe" they're right we have a gun problem!

    The good news is in his zeal to over state the issue his number is WAY, WAY off!

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