RINO John Cornyn is pushing a background check bill to supposedly “remind” those who are paid to provide data for the FBI background check database to do their jobs. Really?…
The words “bipartisan basis” uttered by politicians are a warning signal, often indicating Democrats and RINOs are going to conspire together to force something unpopular upon us, using the safety in numbers defensive strategy. Sometimes it’s just a grandstand that accomplishes nothing and has no real benefit or threat.
It is the latter that appears to be what is happening with establishment RINO Senator John Cornyn of Texas following the Sutherland Springs massacre. Cornyn, McConnell’s number two, has announced he’ll be drafting a bill intended to remind government agencies that it is their duty to report information to the background check system.
He also plans to offer incentives to garner more cooperation from states. Cornyn hasn’t said what those incentives might be. It could be because he’s just running his mouth to look like he’s “doing something,” or because he’s waiting for some Democrats to join him in advancing the associated spending and restrictions on freedom.
Although Democrats love voting to control us and spend our money, Cornyn knows they’ll want a concession on the Second Amendment in order to get that “bipartisan” support. Cornyn said, “I believe there is an opportunity for us to work here on a bipartisan basis,” as he invited Democrats to join him in the process.
In signaling a willingness to discuss Americans’ right to bear arms in the limited scope of the background check system and its function, Cornyn is opening the door to more regulation, the holy grail for gun-grabbing Democrats that signals for them movement in their direction, towards future disarmament and confiscation. He used the danger word once again, saying, “This seems to be an area where there is bipartisan support.”
We already have background checks in place and if the system that is in place had been followed the Sutherland Springs shooter would not have been able to legally purchase a firearm. Hold those responsible for the failures accountable, criminally if appropriate, Cornyn. Keep your RINO hooves off of the Second Amendment.
There’s no need for bi-partisan preening and parading or legislation offering incentives to those who do don’t do their jobs in compiling the data. Jail time and fines for failing to do so and endangering the American public should be sufficient. If there are no laws allowing for that to occur, then, and only then, might a legislative solution be appropriate.
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