Schumer slams NRA for backing federal concealed carry bill

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Hypocrite Schumer: Protection for me but not for thee…

In case you haven’t noticed Chuckie, the “Wild West” is happening in strict gun-controlled Chiraq.

From NY Post (from Mark Moore): The city could turn into the Wild West ​if an NRA-backed plan becomes law and allows any tourist with a concealed-weapons permit to carry a hidden gun in New York, Sen. Chuck Schumer said Sunday.

“How low can you go?’’ Schumer (D-NY) said of the National Rifle Assocation, referring to its support of the proposed “Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act,’’ which would override New York’s strict gun laws.

He noted that the National Rifle Association, “just days after the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history … is engaging their allies in Congress to push through a dangerous national concealed-carry law.’’

New York has very stringent concealed-carry regulations and does not recognize out-of-state concealed-carry permits. But under the proposed legislation, New York would have to recognize carry permits issued in other states.

Schumer urged congressional lawmakers​ to tell the NRA that “enough is enough” for pushing the measure after Las Vegas, where a lone gunman opened fire on a country music concert, killing 58 and injuring hundreds more. ​

Schumer said the proposed law would allow visitors to make an end run around New York’s gun regulations, which are among the strictest in the country, and pack heat on the subway, in transportation hubs, Central Park and Times Square. “We must stop this madness, and Congress must stand up to the bosses of the NRA and say, ‘Enough is enough​,​’ ​” he said.​

Schumer said the powerful gun rights lobby signaled its intention to pursue the legislation when it released a statement on the Las Vegas shootings and asked the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to review regulations on “bump stocks,” which 64-year-old Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock used to enable his semi-automatic rifles to mimic automatic fire.

“On behalf of our five million members across the country, we urge Congress to pass National Right-to-Carry reciprocity, which will allow law-abiding Americans to defend themselves and their families from acts of violence​,​”​ the NRA said in its statement.

The NYPD and the city’s five district attorneys blasted the legislation last spring, shortly after it was introduced by US Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC).

Schumer said the House Judiciary Committee could take up the legislation as soon as this month.

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18 responses to “Schumer slams NRA for backing federal concealed carry bill

  1. This is like watching a really stupid B-class sci-fi movie.
    Wolfbone McSchumer: Adventures in the Fifth Dimension. Part XXVII
    “In this exciting episode, our intrepid hero idiotically bumbles and fumbles his way through danger after danger, finally defeating the evil hordes of the NRA.” “You haven’t seen the last of me, McSchumer!” screams Zoltar LaPierre.

    So.
    No mention of the 2nd Article of the Bill of Rights, then?
    You know. That law that can’t be further legislated because Article 9 of the Bill of Rights forbids it.
    Nope. Just shuffling the slaves around from one pasture to the other with this piece of legislation or that piece of legislation.
    Gotta keep the slaves moving around on the plantation so they don’t eat up all the grass in one spot.

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  2. Any member of Congress that wants to restrict the second amendment must first set an example by completely disarming themselves and their body guards. Until then, shut up!

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  3. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if Crying Chuckie would say: We must stop this madness, and Congress must stand up to the bosses of Planned Parenthood and say, “enough is enough”!​

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  4. State to State CC reciprocity laws are complicated, but better than getting the Federal government more involved.

    Whatever the NRA is for, so am I.

    On the other hand, that whacko warehousing guns, ammo and those butt stocks is without throwing a flag on the field is confusing to me.

    In Va they had waiting periods if you attempted to buy multiple guns since people were purchasing guns in Va and selling them on the streets up North.
    Freedoms require diligence by law enforcement, and personal integrity of the citizens, or the freedoms will be abused and we’ll lose them.

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    • “… and personal integrity of the citizens…” Unfortunately, that is not a guarantee. That shouldn’t mean that those who do have integrity lose their freedoms due to those who have none. Alas, the government would like to believe they have the power to regulate integrity…

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  5. In ancient Hebrew, Schumer was the name for dick head. Nothing has changed.

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  6. :Locks are for honest people. what makes shlimer think crooks will disarm? What makes him think that anyone that goes through the trouble of getting a CCP (further background checks, CCP classes, Price of a legal weapon, etc) would just draw down on somebody for fun (or profit for that matter? What a smuck.

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  7. Since these parasites want us disarmed, it isn’t surprising they are against concealed carry. My belief is that its none of their business. I have a “license” but I don’t NEED one.

    Why do I need permission to do something that is absolutely safeguarded by the Constitution? “Shall not be infringed’ does not translate to “unless we think otherwise”.

    They are really saying “you have no right to protect yourselves. That’s what the police are for”. Ha!

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    • Yep. And the Supreme court (traitors) ruled twice, that the police aren’t obliged to protect anybody.
      So there’s that.
      The police are defined as a “judicial and executive system…” which puts the Govt. in direct violation of the separation of powers clause in the Contract known as the Constitution.
      The police were formed to protect the Haves from the Have Nots, because the Have Nots were far more prolific and angry about the Haves stealing all the wealth.
      And it continues to this day….

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      • Yes. The unthinking assumption of most is that cops protect, TV “news” tells the truth, politicians only lie a little, need I go on? Every bit of that is a total and complete lie.

        The only hope we have is that the political parasites are somewhat afraid of us. They do not respect us. They are not our friends. They do not even serve the same interests.

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        • Oh, the bureaucracy, the little worms and parasites you speak of, are deathly afraid.
          Afraid of 150 million armed Americans all waking up at the same time.
          All figuring out that the thing they call a Govt. is a fraud.
          All figuring out that they’ve been f–ked over all their lives.
          All figuring out that there is only one way to freedom.

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    • Aren’t police departments, at bottom, unconstitutional?
      And aren’t they, in point of fact, most often used to protect the system (of corruption) rather than the citizenry? Just some questions….

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  8. “Schumer urged congressional lawmakers​ to tell the NRA that “enough is enough” for pushing the measure after Las Vegas, where a lone gunman opened fire on a country music concert, killing 58 and injuring hundreds more. ​”
    Why don’t American Citizens tell Schumer and his ilk that “Enough is enough for trying to reinterpret the Bill of Rights to insert Government intervention into OUR RIGHTS!” They were worded the way they are for a reason-to specifically EXCLUDE the Government’s tampering with the meaning and operation of the Bill of Rights. What part of “NO!!!” don’t the Government’s flunkies understand?

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    • They understand it. They just don’t work for us. Their bosses have told them “get the guns” and they’re coming for them. They couldn’t care less what we think.

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  9. “How low can you go?’’ Schumer (D-NY) said of the National Rifle Assocation, referring to its support of the proposed “Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act,’’ which would override New York’s strict gun laws.”

    HOW LOW Schumer asks. THIS is HOW LOW Chuck Schumer has gone as far as we know for now:
    Ben Cardin and Schumer co-sponsored Israel Anti-Boycott Act (H.R. 1697/S. 720.

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/democrats-join-republicans-in-bill-criminalizing-speech_us_5978bc17e4b0c6616f7ce6d9

    https://www.aclu.org/letter/aclu-letter-senate-opposing-israel-anti-boycott-act

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  10. With all the left’s bellyaching about the NRA, they have yet found one shooter as a member. They are barking up the wrong tree for their agenda.

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