They want your guns. Period.

You a gun owner? This is scary stuff. Also note, more “gun control” has been passed in the last two months with democrats holding only one house than the entire time that Obama held office. So either sit idly by or join the movement and act and vote accordingly. THEY DO WANT YOUR GUNS.


The House of Representatives passed the “Bipartisan Background Checks Bill (H.R. 8)” by a vote of 240 to 190. The bill would expand background checks for nearly every gun sale, but is not expected to pass the Republican-held senate. 

  • Florida Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, who has served in Congress since 2002 and was easily re-elected in Florida’s 25th district during the 2018 midterms
  • Florida Rep. Vern Buchanan, who has represented Florida’s 16th district in Congress since 2007
  • Florida Rep. Brian Mast, who is an advocate for gun control and has criticized gun rights groups such as the NRA
  • Republican Pennsylvania Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, who won a close race last November to represent Pennsylvania’s newly re-drawn first district, and has been a staunch supporter of gun control
  • Texas Rep. Will Hurd, who won one of the closest races in the country during the 2018 midterms and has voted with the Democrats on critical issues such as health care and immigration
  • New York Rep. Pete King, who has been in Congress for a quarter-century and has previously advocated for Congress to pass tighter gun control laws
  • New Jersey Rep. Chris Smith also voted in support of increased background checks, a policy proposal he has previously championed
  • Michigan Rep. Fred Upton, who represents a moderate district in Michigan and is widely known for his bipartisanship

U.S. House of Representatives Passes Extreme Gun Control Bill

FAIRFAX, Va.— Today, the newly minted anti-gun leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives passed its first gun control measure by a 240 -190 vote, offering further proof that anti-gun politicians are more interested in scoring cheap political points than doing their jobs and passing meaningful legislation that would make Americans safer.

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