Huge majorities on East Coast support national gun registry

New poll of voters in Virginia, New York and New Jersey

Emily Miller
The Washington Times

A shocking poll released Tuesday shows overwhelming majorities of people in Virginia, New York and New Jersey support a national gun registry.

The survey released Tuesday was done jointly by Roanoke College in VirginiaRutgers-Eagleton in New Jersey and Siena College in New York. It shows that 68 percent of New York voters and a whopping 74 percent of New Jersey voters are in favor of establishing a national gun registry.

Even in the southern state of Virginia — which has gone blue in recent years — 63 percent want the federal government to track all guns….



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Related:   Navy vet defiantly confronts lawmakers over Conn. gun law: ‘I will not comply!’  (video)

…A video going viral now shows one of them. He’s identified as John Cinque, a Navy veteran and career firefighter who took the floor at a public meeting in North Haven last April to lambaste two Republicans who voted for the bill.

The father of three told the lawmakers he is an “upstanding citizen” but “with the stroke of a pen you decided to [make] me a felon, a class D felon — for doing absolutely nothing wrong!

Cinque vowed he would not obey the law, which also requires gun purchasers to submit their fingerprints to the state.

“I’m telling you right now, I will not comply,” Cinque said, as the listening crowd burst into applause. “There you go. I’m not going to comply.”

When one of the lawmakers pointed out that Cinque had to submit to fingerprinting to join the Navy, Cinque erupted…

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