Hillary Clinton Pushes Change Allowing Shooting Victims To Sue Gun Makers In Wake Of Oregon Attack

Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins

In the wake of the attack on Umpqua Community College (UCC) Hillary Clinton is pushing new regulations on gun shows and a change in laws allowing shooting victims and their families to sue gun manufacturers.

Clinton will introduce these latest gun control proposals on October 5.  

According to NBC News, Clinton said she would propose “[tightening] rules governing gun show and Internet sales,” which is a reference to the expansion of background checks that has eluded Democrats and Democrat surrogates like Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly since January 2013. Of course, the problem with this approach is that the UCC gunman passed a background check for his guns, as did almost every mass shooter of note in the last eight years. Breitbart New previously reported that The New York Times admits the clear majority of mass shooters–including Gabby Giffords’ attacker–acquire their guns via background checks.

So expanding background checks would have done nothing to stop the attack at UCC.

But Clinton also wants to use the UCC attack as an opportunity to change the law so that shooting victims and their families can sue gun makers into oblivion. And even though Duke University researcher Chris Conover has demonstrated that owning a car is “80 percent” more dangerous than owning a gun–as relates to the lives of others–Clinton said nothing about allowing crash victims and their families to sue Ford, Chevrolet, Toyota, or Mercedes.

Clinton asked, “What is wrong with us that we can’t stand up to the NRA and the gun lobby and the gun manufacturers they represent?” She is pledging to fight for these new controls and laws as president.

And it is crucial to note that even as Clinton proposes these controls she is going on record pledging to enact them via executive action if Congress refuses to go along with her. In other words, constitutional checks and balances be damned, Clinton will follow Obama’s lead to move her agenda forward via executive fiat when Congress does not play along.

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13 thoughts on “Hillary Clinton Pushes Change Allowing Shooting Victims To Sue Gun Makers In Wake Of Oregon Attack

  1. If Hillary Clinton is elected…She will also go down as the first woman president in the US history. . That accidentally was killed when she caught slick Willy getting a BJ from her old lover Huma/Mrs. Jew weiner.
    I’d like to be an Oscar “meyer” weiner!
    That is what I’d truly like to be.
    Cause if I was an oscar meyer weiner …
    Everyone would be in love with me!

    Stop it …you guys are killing me.


  2. Theres gonna come a time in this country, where most gun manufacturers will become extinct. Bench top mills and CNC conversion kits are becoming affordable. Consider taking advantage of it and stop leaving a paper trail behind…

    1. We shouldn’t worry about paper trails too much. If any attempt is made to confiscate the guns we already have, then that will be the time to use them. As for gun manufacturers being put out of business, we should never allow things to get that far.

  3. I just thought of a new invention. It’s a doll roughly the size of a Barbie doll only this one looks like a hideous gargoyle with big pointy teeth and sharp looking claws and with grayish blonde hair and dorky glasses. I’m going to call it the Hitlery. (That name hasn’t been copyrighted yet has it?)
    The best part is, when you push the button on her back the Hitlery gargoyle will scream things like “I’m a big ugly communist!” and “gimme those guns!” and “What difference does it make!”. It’ll also say things like “I’ll murder your family while you watch and suffer!” and “You peasants need to pay for climate change!” also “I love destroying America!” and “I killed Vince Foster and I’ll kill you too!”
    It will also come with an evil witch-like cackle that sounds so close to the real thing that you wont be able to tell the difference.
    I think the kids will love it. Matter of fact, it’ll be fun for kids of all ages.
    Man, I’m gonna make a fortune.

  4. Throw some “DC” shoes over the wires outside of her residence.
    “DC” shoes???????????
    Dumb Cu#*

    nuff said

  5. “…Clinton asked, “What is wrong with us that we can’t stand up to the NRA and the gun lobby and the gun manufacturers they represent?”…”

    What’s wrong with you-all (y’all) is simply THAT you are WRONG….

    What’s wrong with you (besides your power-mad ambitions and demonic desire to control everyone else) is that you are WRONG….and dangerous…and deserving of being the guests at a necktie party.

    ’nuff said….

  6. Some recommendations for anyone who hasn’t stocked up yet:

    1. Get an AR made by a GOOD manufacturer such as Colt (LE models), Bravo Company, LMT, Daniel Defense, or Noveske. Contrary to popular belief, these are extremely reliable rifles. Watch some of the torture tests on YouTube if you doubt it.

    Avoid relying on DPMS, Olympic, Bushmaster, and other lower-end brands except for a dedicated training rifle. They are NOT as reliable under hard use as Colt et al. Many people, myself included, had to learn this the hard way.

    Those who can’t afford a decent AR should go with a good 12 gauge pump from a company like Mossberg. Make sure it’s reliable. Shotguns suck at penetrating armor (even with slugs), but that’s what headshots are for. The drawback of a shotgun is obviously that your range will be limited, even with slugs. But if you’re indoors or in dense woods, that’s not much of a problem.

    2. Stock up on ammo. In 5.56 it’s very important to have M855 for penetration, but it’s also good to have bonded softpoints like Federal Fusion. Keep at least 1000 rounds in reserve, and preferably much more.

    3. Spare parts. In an AR one should at least have extra gas rings, extractors, extractor springs, a spare bolt or two, and buffer springs. These are all wear items that should be changed every 5000-10000 rounds, depending on how much rapid fire you do. For AR parts in general, it’s hard to beat Bravo Company. Sprinco springs also get great reviews.

    For AR magazines, go with Magpul or Lancer all the way. These are far superior to the aluminum GI mags.

    4. A good handgun. Glocks have really gone downhill in quality control over the past several years. If you want the best, go with H&K. For a less expensive alternative, the S&W M&P line is supposed to be very good.

    5. Body armor and especially high-quality night vision could really be useful.

    Don’t forget to practice as much as time and money allow. And get in shape!

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