No, No, and Still No.

New Bill Gives the Attorney General the Power to Block Gun Sales to ‘Suspected’ Terrorists

EricHolder_goofyDemocrats in the House and Senate want to give the U.S. attorney general – that would be Eric Holder – the power to block the sale of guns and explosives to known terrorists, and also to anyone who is “appropriately suspected” of being a terrorist.

From the Blaze:

Under the bill, the attorney general would be able to stop the transfer of a gun or explosive to a “known or suspected” terrorist if it’s possible the person might use the firearm in connection with terrorism. The bill language says the attorney general can stop the transfer if he or she “has a reasonable belief that the prospective transferee may use a firearm in connection with terrorism.”

I am 100% in support of fighting terror and keeping weapons out of the hands of “true terrorists.”

Just don’t let Holder do it.  And don’t pass a new law.

So goes ammo under the current m855 controversy, so goes personal freedom under any legislation giving any more authority to the current administration.

Eric Holder’s parting shot: We’re Racist.

 

Card-Block-590-LIFrom the Politico:

In a lengthy discussion ranging from his own exposure to the civil rights movement of the ’60s to today’s controversies surrounding the shootings of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, Holder also acknowledged that he felt some of his own struggles with Republicans in Congress during his six years in office were driven partly by race.

“There have been times when I thought that’s at least a piece of it,” Holder said, adding that “I think that the primary motivator has probably been political in nature … [but] you can’t let it deflect you from … your eyes on the prize.”

No, we’re driven by his ineptitude and complete lack of accomplishment during this do-nothing administration. Holder went on to say,

“…that between now and his departure, probably in early March when the Senate is expected to confirm Loretta Lynch as his successor, he will call for a lower standard of proof for civil-rights crimes. Such a change would make it easier for the federal government to bring charges in the case of a future Ferguson or Trayvon Martin.”

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Oh, so he’s going to push for change which would allow civil rights prosecutions where there are no civil rights violations? How wonderful.  Because if something is too hard, we should just change the rules… .  Rules of evidence and burdens of proof?  Pfft!