Bernie admits confiscation is unconstitutional...

Bearing Arms“I don’t support — a mandatory buyback is essentially confiscation, which I think is unconstitutional,” he replied. “It means that I am going to walk into your house and take something whether you like it or not. I don’t think that stands up to constitutional scrutiny.”

Sanders shared his gun control plan, which included taking an adversarial stance against the National Rifle Association, increasing background checks and banning the sale of assault weapons.

Of course, he supports everything short of that in terms of gun control. But the core point is the admission against interest that confiscation, even in the form of a purported "buyback", is unconstitutional.

This entry was published Fri Feb 14 01:07:17 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2019-11-12 23:18:29.0. [Tweet]

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