Bad Republican! John Kasich’s Veto’s Overruled by Republican Legislature

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Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich on Dec. 20 vetoed House Bill 228. The Republican-led state Senate then convened after Christmas session and overrode Kasich’s veto.

H.B. 228 makes several changes to Ohio’s law regarding firearms. One prominent change pushes the burden from defendants to prosecutors to show the accused did not use their weapons “in self-defense, defense of another, or defense of that person’s residence.”

That is more in line with the constitution and the concept of innocent until proven guilty.

Kasich said there has never been a law like this in Ohio. “The defendant has always had the burden of proving self-defense.”

The legislature also voted to make it easier for off-duty police officers to access guns.

The outgoing governor is a big fan of the red-flag laws which lets judges take away a person’s 2nd Amendment rights based on another claiming the gun owner is a danger. Kasich said he couldn’t support a law that leaves out red-flag laws.

The state House first voted to overturn Kasich’s veto on the bill. The state Senate then voted a few hours later, 21-11, turning down Kasich’s veto on the legislation, The Associated Press reported.

Democrats sided with Kasich, the bad Republican.

The bill was heavily supported by pro-gun groups in the state that pushed lawmakers to overturn the veto.

The Republican governor also vetoed a bill banning abortion if an unborn baby has a heartbeat, known as the “heartbeat bill,” which was voted on Thursday as well. However, the Senate failed to overturn Kasich’s veto.

There needs to be a ban against Kasich running for President as a Republican. He’s not a Republican and his only motive in running would be to hurt President Trump. No one wants him except some Democrats.


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Chris Creasman
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Chris Creasman
5 years ago

His last days in office only magnify the entirety of his political failure…take heed DC swamp.

Charles Aronowitz
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Charles Aronowitz
5 years ago

A long time ago I had some respect for Kasich. Now, none. “Quisling” is too kind a word to describe this pathetic loser.

John Macdonald
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John Macdonald
5 years ago

Kasich needs to retire from public life. Hide his snide face and dishonest eyes, resign.

Wendell Bud
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Wendell Bud
5 years ago

I hope Mike Dewine takes notice — another RINO type; and Kasich was a notorious RINO before the acronym “RINO” was ever coined. I disliked Kasich back in the 90s when he was a congressman. His behavior with regards to Trump has been petty and odious in the extreme.

Wendell Bud
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Wendell Bud
5 years ago

I hope Mike Dewine takes notice — another RINO type. Kasich was a notorious RINO before the acronym “RINO” was ever coined. I disliked Kasich back in the 90s when he was a congressman. His behavior with regards to Trump has been petty and odious in the extreme.