Gun Rights Under Attack
The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on legislation seeking to further gun control in the wake of several mass shootings across the nation. On Thursday, the Democrat-led House panel met for an emergency session to discuss a package of measures called the Protecting Our Kids Act.
The Second Amendment is apparently up for debate in Washington, D.C. as lawmakers attempt to signal they are doing something about gun violence. On several corporate news outlets, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle put in their two cents on how to make sure another mass shooting like the one in Uvalde, Texas doesn’t happen again.
President Joe Biden recycled previously debunked claims about certain types of firearms and the origins of the Second Amendment. While returning to the White House Monday, he was met with questions about gun control after his recent visit to Uvalde, Texas.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has been adamantly speaking out against gun control proposals by Democrats while suggesting officials need to increase security in schools.
Donald Trump reaffirmed his plan to speak at the upcoming National Rifle Association of America convention as some Democrats indicate they will target Second Amendment rights.
Telsa and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk recently expressed his thoughts on gun rights in America while suggesting he supports tightening background checks.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said gun control legislation is not the solution to stop mass school shootings. While speaking on Capitol Hill Wednesday in the wake of the Texas school shooting, the Republican said the issue is not the firearm, but it’s the “deranged lunatic” instead.
The owner of weapons shop Beverly Hills Guns said his store is being forcibly closed purely for political reasons. One America’s John Hines reports.