Mesa Mayor Giles In D.C. Demanding Action On Gun Background Checks

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Mesa Mayor John Giles

WASHINGTON – Mesa Mayor John Giles was in Washington on Monday to demand Senate leaders pass the “Bipartisan Background Check Act of 2019,” which would require background checks of gun purchasers in nearly all transactions.

The “Bipartisan Background Check Act of 2019,” HR 8, passed through the House on a party-line vote.

Giles and his fellow mayors from across the country penned a letter to President Donald Trump demanding that he not accept “NRA-backed proposals or other weak ideas that will do nothing to stop the continuing, horrific spread of gun violence.”

7 Comments

  1. The Second has already been undermined. It first started in 1934. Ever since then, they’ve just been trying to dig the hole deeper so that they have a better place to plant their bomb.

  2. Another brain dead democrap who cant read. It has been shown that ‘background checks’ wont make any difference. Better mental health care which they voted to put people out on street was the result now they are trying to cover their tils by punishing legal gun owners for their crime.

    read this from a few years ago:

    “But Alan Gottlieb, founder of the Second Amendment Foundation, says this is not 1934, and there’s no equivalency between assault rifles and machine guns. While the Parkland students make “some very sympathetic messengers,” he doesn’t foresee anything changing.

    “No gun rights group is going to support a ban,” he says. “A gun doesn’t have a finger to pull its own trigger or a brain to hate with. There’s where our problem is.””

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