Anti-gun, pro-gun groups agree Harris is danger to 2nd Amendment

Friday, August 14, 2020
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

Pistols for saleA pro-gun organization says there is no doubt Sen. Kamala Harris would join Joe Biden in pushing anti-gun laws if they win the White House, and two anti-gun groups are all but giddy over that possibility.

“If Joe Biden and Kamala Harris get elected,” says Mike Hammond, legislative counsel for Gun Owners of America, “it is the end of the Second Amendment as far as I can see.”

And the GOA spokesman is not alone: anti-gun groups Everytown and Moms Demand Action are calling the Biden-Harris ticket “the strongest gun safety ticket in American history.”

The groups' congratulatory announcement also stated they plan to spend at least $60 million during the 2020 election to “outflank opponents of gun safety” in states Arizona, Iowa, Minnesota, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Florida, and Georgia.

Farther down in the announcement, the anti-gun groups brag that Sen. Harris has co-sponsored “Everytown-endorsed gun violence prevention legislation” that includes “regulating” so-called assault rifles and their so-called “high capacity” magazines.

California's 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, meanwhile, ruled late Friday that the state's ban on "high capacity" magazines is unconstitutional. 

The group also boasted about Harris’ “F” rating with the NRA.

'Racist' Biden chose descendant of slave owner 

Meanwhile, many conservatives and even some liberals are scratching their heads following Biden's decision to name the California senator as his running mate. In the current climate of Black Lives Matter movement and “white privilege” accusations, Harris accused him of being a racist, after all, and accused him of working with “segregationists” in the Senate to stop forced busing for public schools.

Biden and Harris 2 (Debate 2)According to Harris' own father, retired economics professor Donald Harris, his daugher is a descendant of Hamilton Brown, a powerful slave-owning plantation owner from Jamaica, which is not an enviable family history at the same time far-left activists have pulled down statues of slave-owning forefathers. 

Harris has also energized pro-life voters after working as attorney general with Planned Parenthood to prosecute pro-life activist David Daleiden after his undercover journalism exposed the abortion giant.

Harris also brings nothing from her home state of California, where voters chose Hillary Clinton 61-31 percent over Donald Trump.

Hammond says voters know she is a “mean, nasty” person who was exposed during her campaign for the nomination.

“I think the American people are going to see that,” Hammond predicts. “I thinks it's going to hurt them.”

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