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Old July 27th, 2021, 03:04 PM #1
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More BS from Van Hollen

https://www.vanhollen.senate.gov/new...un-safety-bill

Terrible proves MD is NY lite, If you have to get a license then you should be able to carry your gun counseled.
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Old July 27th, 2021, 03:06 PM #2
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Terrible proves MD is NY lite, If you have to get a license then you should be able to carry your gun counseled.
I always counsel my gun, so that it doesn't go off half cocked!
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Yeah, just look at success right here in Maryland since we have had to jump through the hoops to get a license to buy a handgun, it's just about done away with violent crime. Right???
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This article is a winnah if you're playing gun-grabber bingo.
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The legislation is supported by Senator Van Hollen, Comgressman Raskin, Senator Blumenthal, Senator Murphy, Congresswoman Hayes, Brady, Giffords, the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence and the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Prevention and Policy
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Licencing reduces gun violence by up to 40%? really?

Let's look at the stats from some place OTHER than a sham organization that is run by Bloomberg:

Maryland firearm deaths by year:

2014 (the year after HQLs were introduced): 546
2015: 708
2016: 707
2017: 742
2018: 707
2019: 757

That looks like the number of gun deaths went up, not down, after HQLs were introduced. Mr. Van Holler, stop lying to yourself, your constituents, and the citizens of the United States.

Source:. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/pressroom/s...ty/firearm.htm
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This sounds great! All the criminals will have to get a permit to purchase. That should help.



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I think those two clowns should have to apply for a license to breath our air. The review period before the license is granted should only take a couple of lifetimes.
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Yeah, just look at success right here in Maryland since we have had to jump through the hoops to get a license to buy a handgun, it's just about done away with violent crime. Right???
Sure. It's "saving lives every day". Spinny Vinny said so...
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Licencing reduces gun violence by up to 40%? really?

Let's look at the stats from some place OTHER than a sham organization that is run by Bloomberg:

Maryland firearm deaths by year:

2014 (the year after HQLs were introduced): 546
2015: 708
2016: 707
2017: 742
2018: 707
2019: 757

That looks like the number of gun deaths went up, not down, after HQLs were introduced. Mr. Van Holler, stop lying to yourself, your constituents, and the citizens of the United States.

Source:. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/pressroom/s...ty/firearm.htm
HQL requirement has done a helluva' good job impeding honest law-abiding Marylanders trying to purchase a handgun.

Van Hollen and Raskin - two prime examples of Maryland's contribution to the Democrat Embarassment.
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WOW! This March press release has SIX "common senses", AND a "bicameral" on top of that! Must be some WHEELY WHEELY super duper good stuff there!

No.

Here's a press release. How about you stick your common sense legislation up your bicameral asses? Then focus on some of your turd constituents. You might even feel better about yourselves, and I might find my very first iota of respect for you bicameral ass clowns.
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