Congressman John Lewis, a supposed civil rights legend, spoke to CNN’s Don Lemon about the terrorism in Las Vegas. He’s big on the civil rights issues when they are a means to advance people who look like him or other non-whites, but the right to bear arms, not so much.
Despite being second in the Bill of Rights in our Constitution and it stating in its text that it shall not be infringed isn’t important to him. Trashing the Constitution is “the right thing to do.” After all, armed Americans can’t be forced to work on the globalist Democrat Party’s plantation, and that’s really what this is all about.
After first priming the audience with a video of the horrific carnage the Mandalay Bay shooter inflicted, Lemon asks for Lewis’ reaction to the video. Lewis replies, “Well, to see this video make [sic] me really, really sad, that we are living in a country where our fellow citizens, where human beings are being slaughtered in a major American city in the streets.”
The phony hypocrite continues, “People just going out to enjoy themselves. It’s not the thing that we should be seeing in America. My heart bleeds for the people of Las Vegas and bleeds for people all over America.”
If that is true, Lewis, why are you and your fellow globalists so determined to allow anyone who wants to come into America, regardless of their intentions or negative impact on American citizens free and open access? Even foreigners who want to shoot us and blow us up have a “civil right” to be here according to him. [VIDEO BELOW]
He and the Democrats have fought President Trump every inch of the way on everything he’s done to protect us. The fact that this appears to have been a white American doesn’t change the fact that the terror threat has risen exponentially by the Democrats’ high speed mass importation of individuals from high-risk nations who cannot be vetted. His bleeding words are bloody lies.
Lemon brings up the reason he brought Lewis in, to push for more infringement on the 2nd Amendment. He says, “You’re pushing for stricter gun control laws.” He plays a clip of Lewis exploiting the tragedy from Washington with his fellow disarmament globalists.
Grandstanding Lewis asked, “What is your blood price?” You tell us, Lewis, how many terrorists and gang members do you want to import and support? Lemon asks, “So you don’t think this has anything to do with the Constitution anymore, do you?” attempting to remove that obstruction from his path.
Lewis says, “I believe in the Second Amendment but there are people who say we cannot change things, we cannot make guns safe for people. At the same time they don’t even believe in the First Amendment.”
Let’s get this straight, some anonymous individual’s disbelief in the First Amendment justifies your dismissal of the Second Amendment, all of the parts of the Constitution you disagree with or the document in its entirety?
He then, once again, drags his connection to fame, Martin Luther King Jr., into the discussion, quoting him as saying “the time is always right to do right.” Shredding the Constitution or portions of it is not doing right, Lewis and Martin Luther King is as irrelevant as is John Kennedy. This might come as a shock to you but he was just a man who was killed a long time ago.
Lewis continues down the laundry list of Democrat talking points, saying, “I saw people shot and murdered in Alabama and Mississippi by guns. No, Lewis, you saw them murdered by other people. The guns were tool. Bad people will always find a tool.
Only idiots believe that outlawing guns will keep them out of the hands of terrorists and criminals. What it will do is expand the kill zones Democrats have created at schools and in churches to everywhere. Guns save lives and property every day, Lewis, a fact your agenda won’t allow you to acknowledge.
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