Democrats plan to introduce a high-capacity magazine ban. Their idea of high-capacity is more than ten bullets.
The Democratic legislation, co-sponsored by Rep. Ted Deutch of Florida and Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey, would ban any magazine that exceeds 10 rounds of ammunition. The legislation, which has been dubbed the “Keep Americans Safe Act,” currently has no Republican cosponsors, one of many obstacles that would stand in the way of it advancing.
They want to introduce it on the anniversary of the Parkland shootings.
Socialist man-child David Hogg, an alleged survivor of Parkland, is on board and claims that if you use an AR-15, you’re hunting human beings.
“The truth of the matter is weapons like the AR-15 have an effective range of over 1,500 meters,” Hogg said. “If you’re using a weapon with an effective range of over 1,500 meters, you are not defending yourself. You are hunting a human being.”
There are about ten million AR-15s in the United States, and that suggests none of them are out hunting people.
He’s angry with USA Today, a left-wing publication for reporting stories of mass shooters. He plans to organize a boycott against them if they don’t follow his demands to not show the mass shooters face after being caught and not saying their name more than once in an article after the shooters’ capture. He’s a creepy, mad little dictator.
-Not show any mass shooters face after they’ve been caught
-And not say their name more than once in any article following the shooters capture.
Face a PR shit storm that no crisis management team can handle & a boycott of your advertisers. pic.twitter.com/2U51O6nHEl
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) February 12, 2019