Register below if you think
Register Below To Get Breaking
Conservative News & Alerts!
Sen Dianne Feinstein (D. Cal.) has long been a fanatic gun control advocate. Yesterday, she upped the ante by declarating that all military vets, merely because they are vets, are mentally ill. On that ground alone she insists that vets should be denied any exemption to her extremist gun control bill.
Feinstein let slip her true opinion of America’s veterans during a Senate Judiciary committee hearing, when she was asked to discuss a proposed amendment to her pending gun control bill. This amendment would have allowed military veterans to obtain guns that would be banned for other Americans. Feinstein thought this was a terrible idea, because she presumes vets are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome and are therefore too unstable to be trusted with weapons:
…this adds an exemption of retired military. As I understand our bill, no issue has arose in this regard during the 10 years the expired ban was effect… and what we did in the other bill was exempt possession by the United States or a department or agency of the United States… that included active military. The problem with expanding this is that you know with the advent of PTSD, which I think is a new phenomenon as a product of the Iraq War, it’s not clear how the seller or transferrer of a firearm covered by this bill would verify that an individual was a member, or a veteran, and that there was no impairment of that individual with respect to having a weapon like this. So you know I would be happy to sit down with you again and see if we could work something out but I think we have to — if you’re going to do this, find a way that veterans who are incapacitated for one reason or another mentally don’t have access to this kind of weapon.
Translation? All vets suffer from PTSD; PTSD makes them crazy; crazy people can’t get guns.
Not only is Feinstein wrong about vets, she’s wrong about PTSD, which she characterizes as a “new phenomenon.” In every war, some returning veterans have suffered delayed reactions. Whether it’s World War I’s “shell shock,” the Vietnam war’s “vet syndrome,” or today’s PTSD, it’s always been out there, and it’s never been a major societal problem. Only a Democrat would pretend that it’s something new and then use it to take away Second Amendment rights from those who have served this country in battle.
Veteran Stands Up For 2nd Amendment At Chicago Anti-Gun Forum, Gets Standing Applause After Speech
Report: Veterans Are Receiving Letters From VA Prohibiting The Ownership Or Purchase Of Firearms
Veterans React to Gun Confiscation Letter from VA
U.S. General to Biden: ‘Military Can Help With Gun Control Agenda’
Dianne Feinstein & Piers Morgan Get Together To Discuss Gun Ban – Demonize Gun Owners
Navy Veteran Ron White Writes Names of 2,200 Fallen Soldiers in Afghanistan From Memory
Remembering Military War Hero Chris Kyle: Today Marks One Month From His Death
Remembering Chris Kyle:10 Questions with Americas Greatest Sniper
200 Mile Funeral Procession For Military Hero Chris Kyle – Best Sniper in History