Schakowsky: Assault Weapons Ban ‘Just the Beginning’

Joel B. Pollak
Breitbart.com
Big Government
11 Mar 2013

Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), a member of the Democratic Party’s leadership in the House of Representatives, suggested to Jason Mattera at a Feb. 13 women’s rights rally that plans for an assault weapons ban and private-sales background checks were only the beginning of a broader gun control agenda extending to handguns as well.

Schakowsky evidently did not recognize Mattera, a conservative video journalist and senior investigative reporter for Talk Radio Network, who infamously confronted Vice President Joe Biden in the Capitol. (Mattera introduced himself to Schakowsky by name but did not indicate that he was filming or that he is conservative.) She spoke to Mattera as if he were a fellow gun control enthusiast–and Mattera played along, eliciting answers about Schakowsky’s enthusiasm for gun control.

“We want everything on the table,” Schakowsky told Mattera. “This is a moment of opportunity. There’s no question about it.”…

The article continues, with video, at Big Government.

Related: Dianne Feinstein: ‘Legal to Hunt Humans’ Huh?

Obama’s gun stance creates trouble for Dems in 2014

Politico notes that the biggest obstacle to Democrats’ hopes of re-taking the House of Representatives in 2014 may be President Barack Obama. And the reason? His crusade for gun control…

 

UpdateGun Control Works! At Least a Dozen Wounded in DC Drive-By Shooting

Update 2Bloomberg: ‘Lot Of Momentum’ For Gun Legislation  

Update 3: COLORADO SHERIFF: Democrats Are Threatening to Cut Promotions to Pro-Gun Sheriffs

Also, Suit Challenges Massachusetts’ Arbitrary Gun Permitting Scheme

…When I moved to MA, one of the considerations on which town to live in was the attitude of the local police chief with respect to the second amendment. This was pre-Heller & McDonald so you just had to shrug your shoulders and go with it, but after McDonald I said there’s no way these arbitrary “may issue” schemes can stand. We’ll see now.

 

Comments are closed.