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Buying Guns? This NY Democrat Wants Your Social Media Passwords

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With almost every single new bill they advocate for, anti-gun politicians make it harder and harder to claim that they’re “not anti-Second Amendment.” They are, and this sentiment is only growing stronger.

Take the legislation pending approval by lawmakers in New York, which will effectively give the state access to all of your private information on any online profiles you may have just because you want to protect yourself. Are gun owners still just being paranoid? Or, is there now a real reason for us to throw on some tin foil hats yet?

In the video below, Fox News host Tucker Carlson spoke to one of the sponsors of the bill, New York State Senator Kevin Parker. The Democrat says that the bill is merely intended to keep deadly weapons out of the hands of people who are mentally ill — but as Tucker quickly points out, it is already illegal for such people to carry firearms, and rightfully so. As you can imagine, the conversation went downhill pretty quickly.

People like State Sen. Parker represent the gun grabber movement as a whole pretty well. They appear to have the best intentions, and will use inviting language that’s hard to disagree with until you give it some critical thought.

Watch the exchange for yourself below.

~ Ready to Fire News


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