Trump wrote on Truth Social that it “will go down in history as the first step in the movement to TAKE YOUR GUNS AWAY.”
- 1 Gun Control Bill: Trump warns Republicans, “Be careful what you wish for!”
Gun Control Bill: Trump warns Republicans, “Be careful what you wish for!”
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump issued a stern warning to Republicans, saying that the gun control measure championed by Democrats and currently moving through the Senate “will go down in history as the first step in the movement to TAKE YOUR GUNS AWAY.” Trump wrote on Truth Social that the “deal on ‘Gun Control’ currently being crafted and pushed in the Senate by the Radical Left Democrats, with the assistance of Mitch McConnell, RINO Senator John Cornyn of Texas, and others, will go down in history as the first step in the movement to “TAKE YOUR GUNS AWAY.” “Republicans, use caution in your wishes!”
Mitch McConnell encouraged 14 Republican senators to vote in favor of Trump
After the U.S. Senate voted to approve a new gun control proposal, the 45th president issued a warning. According to reports, the bill passed by a vote of 64 to 34, with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell encouraging 14 Republican senators to vote in favor. Sens. John Cornyn, Susan Collins, Lindsey Graham, and Mitt Romney, co-sponsors of the bill, were among the Republicans who worked with Democrat senators to pass it. According to the news, the 80-page bill was unveiled on Tuesday and details efforts to increase background checks for those under the age of 21, give funds to states with red flag laws, and finance mental health and school safety activities.
Kari Lake attacked politicians
Kari Lake, a candidate for governor of Arizona, attacked politicians last week who sought to enact red flag legislation, another policy that Congress is pushing to pass in response to the Uvalde, Texas, school killing. “You can throw your ‘Red Flag Laws’ where the sun doesn’t shine,” Lake tweeted, “I think I can speak for most Moms in America.” “I CHALLENGE you to attempt to put us on a list and seize our weapons. You are dared.”
Trump published a list of things that proved he was “correct about everything”
During the 2020 campaign, former President Donald Trump published a list of things that proved he was “correct about everything” one year ago this month. Trump’s list served more as a criticism of the national media, which for four years refused to cover him properly or honestly. However, he can assert that Trump’s apparent B.S. and conspiracy theories were, in fact, truths, as the media and some other Trump detractors have conceded after he left office. Trump made mention of Hunter Biden’s laptop, the fact that COVID-19 vaccines were produced before he left office, and the untrue assertion that Russia paid the Taliban a bounty for the deaths of American soldiers. He was right about all of these things, according to the evidence.
Florida senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott opposed the legislation of TrumpTrump supporters circulated a video of German delegates at an international conference smirking as Trump warned that their country would become overly dependent on Russia if they did not reconsider their energy priorities this week, as Germany announced it was restarting coal plants after Russia cut off natural gas supplies. Trump’s most recent prediction from Wednesday should be taken into consideration by Republicans in Congress. The latter are racing to give President Joe Biden and Speaker Nancy Pelosi a victory on gun control. According to Trump, the “agreement on ‘Gun Control’ currently being crafted and pushed in the Senate by the Radical Left Democrats, with the assistance of Mitch McConnell, RINO Senator John Cornyn of Texas, and others, will go down in history as the first step. In an apparent procedural maneuver to advance the bill to a second Senate vote, it turned out that 14 Republicans joined with all 50 Democrats. Both Florida senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott opposed the legislation.
About Marco Rubio
The senior United States senator from Florida since 2011, Marco Antonio Rubio, is an American politician and attorney. He was a Republican, and from 2006 to 2008, he presided over the Florida House of Representatives. Rubio won the presidential primaries in Minnesota, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico in his unsuccessful bid to secure the Republican Party’s presidential nominee in 2016. Rubio is a Miami, Florida-born Cuban American. He was chosen to represent the 111th district in the Florida House of Representatives in 2000 after serving as a city commissioner for West Miami in the 1990s. Then, in November 2006, he was chosen as speaker of the Florida House for a two-year term. Rubio was a professor at Florida International University after he was forced to leave the Florida Legislature in 2008 due to term limitations.
About Richard Scott
Since 2019, Richard Lynn Scott, a politician and businessman from the United States has represented Florida as a junior senator. He served as Florida’s 45th governor from 2011 to 2019 and is a Republican. Scott holds degrees from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law and the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He co-founded Columbia Hospital Corporation in 1987 after serving in the U.S. Navy and becoming a partner in a legal firm. Later, Columbia joined with another company to establish Columbia/HCA, which grew to become the largest private for-profit health care provider in the country. In 1997, Scott faced pressure to step down as Columbia/CEO. HCA’s The business cheated Medicare, Medicaid, and other federal programs while he served as CEO. In what was the largest health care fraud settlement in American history, the Department of Justice ultimately penalized the business $1.7 billion.
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