Feinstein Logic – Trudeau Financing Terrorists
Dianne Feinstein proves what 2nd Amendment supporters have long known about gun control laws
In trying and failing to corner Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on guns, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., ended up confirming what Second Amendment advocates believe about “assault weapon” bans: They’re usually based on flawed talking points and written by and for people who either don’t understand or choose to ignore the facts about guns and the Second Amendment.
Feinstein’s foible came during the same line of questioning on Tuesday in which she got caught fudging the facts about school shootings.
It all has to do with the understanding of “dangerous and unusual” firearms versus those in “common use” that Justice Antonin Scalia wrote about in the landmark D.C. v. Heller case in 2008.
California already had the strictest gun control laws in the nation. They just passed a bunch more
There were loud and sustained calls for more gun control legislation after the mass shooting earlier this year at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
A lot of those efforts failed — but not in California.
Gov. Jerry Brown just signed several gun control bills in a state the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence says already had the strongest gun laws in the nation.
One law raises the age for buying a shotgun or rifle in California from 18 to 21. It’s similar to a law signed by Florida Gov. Rick Scott after the February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland left 17 people dead.
Another controversial Islamic group gets Summer Jobs Grant funding
Another controversial Islamic group with ties to a terrorist organization will receive the Trudeau government’s Canada Summer Jobs Grant, the Sun has learned.
According to a government database of grant recipients, the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) has been approved to receive ten grants to fund activities for its various chapters across Ontario. MAC’s Mississauga chapter is listed as receiving three separate grants.
Is Trudeau ‘hobnobbing’ with terrorists? Why India doesn’t trust Canada all that much
It’s pretty clear by now that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is not having the most productive time in India. His itinerary is unusually light and, according to Indian media, high profile politicians seem to be actively avoiding him.
And that was before Sophie Gregoire Trudeau posed with a Surrey businessman, Jaspal Atwal, convicted in a 1986 terrorist shooting in B.C. during the family’s trip to India.
Forget peoplekind, Trudeau’s ISIS comments are the real problem
By now, most of the English-speaking world has heard about Justin Trudeau’s “peoplekind” gaffe. And while the international media poked fun at our Prime Minister for his over-the-top political correctness, Trudeau managed to avoid scrutiny for another disturbing comment made on the same speaking tour.
At a town hall forum in Edmonton, a man in the audience asked Trudeau about his stance on ISIS terrorists returning to Canada.
‘I want you all to stay angry’: Trudeau responds to $10.5-million Omar Khadr payout
A woman in the audience asked Trudeau, “why do you think it’s OK to give $10.5 million to a person that killed a soldier?”
Trudeau pointed to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms before saying that “we have to stand up for everyone’s rights, whether you agree with them or not.”
He then went on to explain the heart of the reason the government settled with Khadr.
“That when a government violates a Canadian, any Canadian’s fundamental rights, and allows them to be tortured, there are consequences and we all must pay,” the prime minister told the audience.