Clinton delegate on how to ban all guns: Just say ‘sh*t’ about keeping children safe
A newly public undercover interview with a Hillary Clinton campaign delegate reveals the just how dishonest and insincere the left’s crusade against lawful gun ownership has become.
The delegate, identified by Project Veritas and Infowars as Mary Bayer, said that it’s definite that Clinton supports an outright ban on firearm ownership in the United States. But she added that the left is working incrementally to get the rest of the country on board with the dissolution of the 2nd Amendment.
Here’s the full Veritas report:
When asked how she felt Democrats could ban guns in America, the alternative Clinton delegate told Project Veritas, “It’s hard because the country is split. And all the big money is with the NRA.”
So how do you get rid of the 2nd Amendment?
According to Bayer, you pack the federal government with Democratic politicians and then discuss “common sense” reforms.
“If we can get Hillary in there and a bunch of new Congress people,” Barnes said the Democrats will be well on their way to an outright gun ban.
But that doesn’t mean running Democrats who vocally support strong gun control, she said. Rather, the left should take moderate positions on the issue until they’ve sealed up enough legislative power for a gun control blitz. That’s why, she contends, Clinton hasn’t already made an all-out gun ban a main platform of her candidacy.
“You say you want to ban guns altogether, that’s going to piss everybody off,” she said. “You can’t do it that way.”
She added, “You have to take that sort of moderate, ‘We just want to have common sense legislation so our children are safe.’”
“You say shit like that, and then people will buy into it,” she concluded.
Unfortunately, she’s right when the people she’s referring to know little about firearms. It’s a tactic the Democratic Party has been using to push senseless gun control legislation for years. And that’s why today, we have groups like Moms Demand Action making baseless arguments about how stricter gun control laws could help protect American children.