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The Attack on 2nd Amendment in Virginia
« on: Jan 12, 2020, 07:53:53 am »
 

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Michael Bloomberg's anti-freedom group, Everytown for Gun Safety, spent millions in elections in Virginia.  As a result, the Democrats control the legislature, governor's seat and the Attorney General.    Their task to implement draconian gun control that is modeled after California's gun control laws.

Please note this same tactic is being executed in other states.  NO state is safe from the gun control agenda.

The bill below prohibits sale, manufacture and possession of AR-15s, AK-47 (variants), standard capacity magazines, silencers, and "trigger activators" AKA bump stock and fostech triggers.

HB (House Bill) 961
https://legiscan.com/VA/bill/HB961/2020

The local gun group, VCDL (Virginia Citizen Defense League), has assisted coordinating the rise of local 2nd amendment sanctuaries in Virginia.

All eyes are on Virginia.   I believe the committee hearing The Democrats recently changed the rules so average Americans can no longer carry in the capital buildings.  I believe the Democrats will assign the gun bills to  committee 1/13/2020.   There will be a rally on 1/20/2020 at the Virginia state house.













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Re: The Attack on 2nd Amendment in Virginia
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They are going to try to ram these bills through committee as quick as possible in order to get to House and Senate floor for quick votes .  The public comment period should be interesting.

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First Gun Bills Hit Virginia’s Senate Judiciary Monday
Ammoland Inc. Posted on January 12, 2020 by John Crump

https://ammoland.com/2020/01/first-gun-bills-hit-virginias-senate-judiciary-monday/

The first flood of Virginia Democrat's anti-gun bills will hit the Virginia Legislature on Monday, January 13th, 2020.

Ever since taking control of the Virginia Government, anti-gun Democrats have been eager to pass new gun control laws that only affect you. On Friday night, the legislature announced that the first ten anti-gun bills would hit the Senate Judiciary Monday at 9 AM.

Democrats have introduced three universal background check bills, with only a few key differences between them.
John Edwards of the 21st district introduced SB 543. He claims that the bill closes the “gun show loophole.” The bill would require all sellers to complete a background check on the buyer at gun shows. The law would apply to private sales of firearms. Currently, background checks for private sellers are optional.

Dick Saslaw of the 35th district introduced SB 12, another universal background check bill that would apply to all transfers in the Commonwealth. This bill makes anyone who sells their gun to say a friend and does not run a background check guilty of a Class one misdemeanor if convicted. There are some exceptions, notably the transfer of a firearm between family members.

L. Louise Lucas introduced SB 70, which is almost identical to SB 12. The key difference between the two bills is that SB 70 would make the seller of the firearm guilty of a Class six felony. The person who buys the gun would be guilty of a Class one misdemeanor.

Saslaw (SB 22) and Senator Mamie Locke (SB 69) of the Second district introduced nearly identical bills to return Virginia to the previously failed “one handgun a month” state. The laws would prohibit the purchase of more than one handgun in a 30-day period. Anyone who purchases more than one handgun in 30 days would be guilty of a Class one misdemeanor. There are exceptions for concealed handgun permit holders.

Senator Edward has also introduced two bills that would undermine the state's current firearms preemption laws by allowing localities to enact a patchwork of bans on firearms from their meetings, buildings, and parks.

More at the link --->  https://www.ammoland.com/2020/01/first-gun-bills-hit-virginias-senate-judiciary-monday/



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