The ignorant statements of progressive politicians who oppose the Second Amendment would be funny if they weren’t so deadly serious:
I actually don’t know what a barrel shroud is. I believe it’s a shoulder thing that goes up.
This right here has the ability with a 30-caliber clip to disperse with 30 bullets within half a second. Thirty magazine clip in half a second.
For most purposes, having these . . . these . . . these magazine clips that have more than 15 rounds in them, there’s really no purpose for those, except for shooting targets or shooting people.
We have federal regulations and state laws that prohibit hunting ducks more than three rounds, and yet it’s legal to hunt humans.
Actually, no, it isn’t legal to hunt humans in any state. That would be considered murder.
To craft the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, America’s Founders studied thousands of years’ of the best knowledge mankind had to offer. They believed the right to self-defense was a fundamental God-given right that existed long before the creation of any government. In fact, written documents pertaining to self-preservation predate the Second Amendment by thousands of years.
More than anything else, the Second Amendment was intended for protection against a tyrannical government. Because of their own experiences with tyranny, the Founders provided the means by which the people could rise up and defend their liberty, if ever needed.