In the wake of recent shootings, Democrats have pushed extreme limits on Americans’ Second Amendment rights.
It seems Democrats think the only way forward is to deprive citizens of their constitutional rights. Republicans disagree.
And a team of House Republicans is introducing a bill that will encourage responsible gun ownership—not right guns from law-abiding citizens’ hands.
From Fox News:
House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik is introducing legislation aimed at promoting gun training and safety in the wake of several mass shootings across the United States…
“As Democrats rush to push their radical gun control agenda, I am proud to lead the charge in introducing legislation to promote gun training and safety,” Stefanik told Fox News Digital.
In a move that will have many asking, “Why haven’t they tried this before?” Republicans are introducing a bill that will encourage gun safety.
The bill will incentivize Americans to receive gun training and encourage them to purchase gun safety and storage equipment.
The goal is to allow Americans to safely exercise their gun rights, rather than deprive them of the ability to purchase and own firearms.
In short, the bill will offer tax deductions for Americans who enroll in firearm courses or buy gun safes.
The bill also bans the left’s so-called national gun registry, by stating taxpayers do not have to “provide any information” to the government.
And government officials can only hold onto tax deduction information for three years.
This is the kind of clever, common-sense bill that all congressmen should embrace. The kind of bill past Republicans and Democrats would have compromised to pass.
But these days, Democrats are in no way interested in compromise. It’s either their way or the highway.
We might not see something like this passed… until we get rid of this liberal majority.
- House Republicans introduced a bill encouraging firearm safety.
- It would incentivize Americans to get gun training and own gun safes.
- The bill also bans the creation of a firearm registry.
Source: Fox News