WATCH: Dan Crenshaw discusses Red Flag laws with Steven Crowder Rep. Dan Crenshaw was on with Steven Crowder tonight to discuss Red Flag laws in the wake of last weekend’s mass shootings. Watch the interview below: This was a great discussion with Crenshaw, who seems to lean toward supporting the idea of Red Flag laws, … Continue reading “”
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McConnell Rejects Mayors’ Demand for Senate Action on Gun Bills, After Shootings Reuters August 9, 2019 Leah Millis/Reuters Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday rejected a plea from more than 200 mayors to call the Senate back early to consider new gun legislation, following two weekend mass shootings that left 31 people dead. The 214 mayors, including … Continue reading “I did not think that he had it in him! HUH!”
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