Delaware’s elections have brutal results, with<a href="http://www.wboc.com/story/39466850/democrats-take-statewide-elected-offices-in-delaware"> Democratic Party candidates winning every elected office</a>, now a buyback program for bump stocks begins as the assault on the Second Amendment takes itself to a new phase.
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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">The infamous “bump stock” that the Marxist left wants to remove.</span>
In Delaware, possession of the notoriously-legal “bump stock” accessory is a felony, as of this month.
The 45th President of the United States of America will be the first sitting President to oversee a nationwide effort to remove the Second Amendment, as per the Democratic Party’s desires.
Mass shooting after another, the media has a way of <i>hyping</i> their ploys of a Globalist agenda, to further denigrate the Constitution.
Now, <i>the state of Delaware will begin to pay residents $100 to turn in their bump stocks and $15 for trigger cranks</i>.
There's a total statewide fund allotment of $15,000 created by liberal Democrats for the “buyback” program, as reported by<a href="https://www.delawarepublic.org/post/bump-stock-buybacks-set-possession-becomes-felony"> Delaware Public</a>.
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The first of the buybacks began on November 3rd, with plans to further continue the programs at State Police barracks in all three of Delaware’s counties.
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The Department of Safety and Homeland Security Secretary Robert Coupe said that “the program recognizes the devices were legal when they purchased,” and residents <i>would avoid prosecution</i> for turning them in.
“However, this law improves the safety of our state by removing these dangerous weapon add-on devices from our communities and we are grateful to the citizens of Delaware that are taking the opportunity to turn in their trigger cranks and bump stocks,” he said.
Governor John Carney said, “I'm pleased with the gun control measures he signed into law this year.”
Carney signed House Bill 300 into law making the possession of a bump stock or trigger crank illegal.
"I think the legislation that was passed was really important, particularly the red flag legislation with the ability of mental health professionals and family members to identify people that have a severe mental illness and are maybe on the verge of doing something to harm themselves or others."
Despite this, Governor Carney wants lawmakers to pass an “assault weapons ban,” using the shooting at a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh as a reference for his desires. No surprise there.
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“Those kinds of weapons can just do an incredible amount of damage quickly," he said."We out-gun law enforcement folk in those instances, and in particular, we had law enforcement officers injured in the Tree of Life shooting.”
The state Senate committee last session had attempted a statewide “assault weapons ban,” but failed to reach the votes necessary to pass.
President Trump has openly stated he'd prefer to “Ban Bump Stocks,” a clear limitation to the Second Amendment which states it <i>shall not be infringed.</i>
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“Bump stocks, we are writing that out. I am writing that out,” President Trump said to a group of state Governors at the White House,<a href="https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/26/trump-bump-stocks-424693"> Politico reported</a>. “I don’t care if Congress does it or not, I’m writing it out myself.”
To date, this has been one of Trump's lowest moments among Trump supporters who overwhelmingly support gun rights.
Thus far there have been no federal legislative bills to outlaw bump stock purchases nationwide.
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Even with the failure of efforts in Delaware, sponsors of the bill are committed to seeking the end of the Second Amendment as we know it.
Whether a GOP increase of Senate seats or the control of the House of Representatives to the Democrats will be enough to play a role in the gun control debate remain to be seen.
Anyone planning to participate is asked to contact the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security by calling 302-744-2690 or by emailing [email protected] for more information.
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