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Why Is Mexico Asking the U.S. Senate for a Registry of U.S. Gun Owners?

Published on Feb 18, 2013 by BestViews4Life

A number of the gun owners interviewed by KPHO-TV also referenced the Obama administration’s disastrous gun-running operation known as “Fast and Furious.”

The operation, conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), allowed illegal straw buyers to walk across the border with nearly 2,000 firearms, including semi-automatic rifles. The weapons ultimately ended up in the hands of Mexican drug cartel members and were used in a number of crimes, including murders and kidnappings.

Further, a gun from Fast and Furious was found at the murder scene of U.S. Border Agent Brian Terry in December of 2010.

Democrats in Congress have been calling for a ban on semi-automatic rifles and universal background checks for all firearms sales, some even calling for a national gun registry. Further, Democrats in Missouri and California have proposed bills that would result in the possible confiscation of semi-automatic rifles.

TheBlaze has reached out to several members of the U.S. Senate and will update this story as new information becomes available.

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One Response to Why Is Mexico Asking the U.S. Senate for a Registry of U.S. Gun Owners?

  1. Jolly Roger says:

    Mexico asking the U.S. Senate for a registry of gun owners?

    This assumes that the U.S. Senate deserves to have a registry of gun owners, and I think that’s the reason for the story.

    How about a registry of all the Mexicans on this side of the border, and a date for when they’ll be going home?

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