Trudeau’s Gun Hysteria – Trump Derangement Syndrome
Liberals promise to prohibit semi-automatic assault rifles, allow cities to ban handguns
Buyback program for quarter-million weapons could cost up to $600 million
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says a re-elected Liberal government would ban semi-automatic assault weapons and enable municipalities to restrict or prohibit handguns.
Trudeau made the announcement in Toronto’s Greektown, the site of a deadly gun rampage last summer.
Faisal Hussain walked through the Danforth neighbourhood on July 22, 2018, shooting at people on the street, on patios and in restaurants.
He killed 10-year-old Julianna Kozis and 18-year-old Reese Fallon. Thirteen others were injured. Hussain, 29, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head after a gunfight with police.
Yukon man DESTROYS Trudeau’s gun control narrative
Twitter user Yukon Strong, 40-year-old hunting guide, photographer and IT manager DJ Sumanik, has recently been on a mission to destroy Justin Trudeau’s anti-gun narrative, and has done so in just two minutes.
In a two-minute video, Yukon Strong uses numbers from Statistics Canada on handguns, and “military-style semi-automatics,” a loosely defined term.
The breakdown of weapons used in a homicide clearly shows that handguns are the most used weapons for murders, despite being tightly regulated and federally registered because the majority of gun crime is committed with illegal guns smuggled in from America, which was hammered home by Winnipeg Const. Rob Carver who called the ban “nonsense”.
Tearing apart the Liberal Gun Ban in 2 minutes flat.
Trump derangement syndrome has reached new heights
n a moment of exasperation and desperation, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., ripped up President Trump’s State of the Union speech as he concluded his remarks. She said, “because it was a courteous thing to do considering the alternative. It was such a dirty speech.” Dirty?
Democrats couldn’t bother to stand or put their hands together to recognize record-breaking unemployment numbers, economic achievements for minorities, rising wages, a strong United States military, a man fighting cancer, or mourning families whose loved ones were killed.
The Democrats’ actions on the floor of the House of Representatives were so obvious, contrived, and predictable. Trump derangement syndrome has reached new heights.
More signs you might have Trump Derangement Syndrome
This is the second edition of how to tell if you might have Trump Derangement Syndrome:
You may suffer from TDS if you:
• agree with the liberal law professor who had to cross to the other side of the street to walk past a Trump hotel
• cheer when Biden says he’ll refuse to testify before Congress, but think Trump should be impeached for exercising executive privilege
• do not know who Candace Owens is
• support sanctuary cities, but think 2nd amendment sanctuaries are illegal
• want to see Trump’s tax returns from when he was a private citizen, rather than those of the lifetime members of Congress who have somehow become multi-millionaires
How many counties did Trump win in the 2016 presidential election?
According to the Associated Press (AP) tally, Trump won 2,626 counties. By comparison, Clinton won 487. TIME Magazine put Trump’s total at 2,649 counties.
Within the USA, there are parishes and independent cities, as well as counties. Depending on how they are tallied, they may or may not be counted as a county. The following is an electoral map broken down by county:
MAGA-ritas on the menu as Wildwood plays to Trump rally crowd
Eric Hanson had a difficult question to answer last week, “How many filet mignons do you order for 10,000 people?”
Hanson, the manager at Blue Water Grille Restaurant and Bar at the Bolero Resort in Wildwood, settled on 10 cases, or 240 steaks, and after Monday night, he had already sold 100 of them. And 100 salmon.
He doubled his liquor order. And the staff came up with some cleverly named drinks. The MAGArita, Subponea Colada, Impeachment Punch, Moscow Mueller, Russian Collusion — and then there’s The Sanders, “you buy the drink and we give it to someone who doesn’t have one,” the menu says.