Sunday, March 29, 2015

Thought Reid Was Bad? Schumer Is Worse.

Let me tell you just how much you should be concerned about Ol' Chuckie.

Even when I was still a drunken Liberal Democrat, I couldn't stand the cocksucker.

Now that I am sober, the guy scares the shit out of me.

Schumer is a threat to your personal liberty, always has been and always will be. He is the male counterpart to Dianne Feinstein.

If Harry Reid thinks he is a good replacement then you should automatically assume the worst, for good reason.

Allow me to show you some of those reasons.

(We should) Enforce gun laws on national security grounds

Unless the President personally intervenes here, it looks like terrorists are going to have an even easier time avoiding detection by law enforcement. The President has a choice: He can give the NRA a Christmas present and make it easier for an Al-Qaeda operative to avoid the police, get a gun and shoot up a mall. Or he can do the right thing, keep the Brady Bill intact and keep the public safe. We can either wait for a terror attack to happen or we can act now to close these kind of loopholes. Washington has now been warned time and time again about ways terrorists can exploit our loopholes to get guns. By ignoring these warnings, the President and his allies in Congress are putting the country at risk.“
Source: Press Release, ‘NRA-Backed Plan in budget bill’ , Dec 2, 2003

Renew assault weapons ban - no legitimate use for them
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” To let the assault weapons ban expire just as we are realizing its benefits would be a major setback in the success we’ve had in reducing crime over the last decade. The fact of the matter is that there is no legitimate use for these weapons. That was as true in 1994 as it is today. The bottom line is that the assault weapons ban is working and we are safer because of it.“
Source: Press Release ‘ATF data’ , Nov 5, 2003

Cutting record-keeping limits fosters gun sale fraud & abuse

Voted YES on banning high-capacity magazines of over 10 bullets.
Voted NO on allowing firearms in checked baggage on Amtrak trains.
Voted NO on prohibiting foreign & UN aid that restricts US gun ownership.
Voted NO on prohibiting lawsuits against gun manufacturers.
Voted YES on background checks at gun shows.
Voted NO on loosening license & background checks at gun shows.
Close the Gun Show Loophole; restrict show sales.
Ban large-capacity ammunition feeding devices.

This should give you a picture of where this asshole stands on Gun Control.
Now let me show you what the bastard tried to sneak through when he thought no one was watching.

November 22, 2013, 11:33 am
Schumer pushes gun control extension

By Ramsey Cox


Democratic Sens. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) introduced a bill Thursday that would ban guns designed to escape detection by metal detectors.

S. 1774 would reauthorize the Undetectable Firearms Act, which first passed in 1988.

Schumer tried to get unanimous consent to pass the bill Thursday evening, but Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) objected, saying it wasn’t a day to be passing any legislation. Earlier on Thursday, Democrats voted to limit the minority party’s rights to filibuster presidential nominees.

“This is not a good day to move forward with this legislation,” Sessions said. “We will be glad to give it serious attention. I know it is the kind of thing we probably can clear at some point, but I object.”

Sessions' office said he objected on behalf of other senators since the bill was introduced the same day and some Republicans had not had time to read it.

The legislation expires on Dec. 9 — the same day the Senate returns from a two-week recess.

My emphasis.

Sneaky prick.
Oh there is more.

Schumer on Concealed Carry Reciprocity: I Will Fight It ‘Tooth and Nail’

February 24, 2015 - 3:37 PM
By Eric Scheiner

Earlier this month Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) introduced a measure that would allow people with concealed carry privileges to have their permit recognized in any other state that has concealed carry laws, but some lawmakers are promising to fight the bill “tooth and nail.”

The Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act proposes changes to conceal carry laws on a national level.
“This bill is a menace to New York and would allow potentially dangerous people from other states to carry concealed weapons in our grocery stores, movie theaters and stadiums, without even notifying the police,” Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) recently told the NY Daily News.

“It is a nightmare for our law enforcement officers and the community, and I will fight this legislation tooth and nail.”

So we can all agree that it is good news to see Harry Reid go away, the list of his transgressions is lengthy as well but Schumer is Bloomberg V2.0 and if he gets into a position with some serious stroke, then we can all agree on something else.

Charles Schumer, in no way, shape or form, wants you to be able to defend yourself with a firearm.
His record speaks for its self.

I have two words for that.

Fuck, him.


  1. Out of the frying pan, into the fire.

  2. "large capacity ammunition"?

    1. Nice catch, thanks for pointing it out.

      Yes, that was verbatim from the article I was quoting and I missed it completely.
      It was supposed to say" large capacity ammunition feeding devices".

      I found it in the article and fixed it here.


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