Skip to comments.Booker: GOP Refusal to Pass Gun Laws ‘Dereliction of Duty’
Posted on 01/24/2023 10:56:24 AM PST by ChicagoConservative27
Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) said Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that he believed Republicans’ refusal to pass “common sense gun safety” was a “dereliction of duty.”
Booker said, “There are common sense gun safety things that we can do in this country that majority of Americans agree on, like universal background checks, gun safety locks. There are things we agree on. The problem in America is that we have a major political party that is not willing to do the common sense things that would make us safer.
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Somebody ask Booker to explain what “SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED” means.
Booker lecturing on “duty.”
The Bee, right?
I guess usurping the Constitution is a duty, but prosecuting violent criminals is not? Go away Spartacus.
“majority of Americans agree on”
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You mean like locking up criminals? Which party might that be?
Don’t you need to own a gun to learn and practice “common sense gun safety things”?
Gory Booger’s failure to abide by the constitution is a “dereliction of duty.”
They continue with the same old, same old...common sense..if it saves just one child, etc, etc.
These people disgust me....how about LEAVE our Constitutional Republic...ef off and die!
can we pass common sense young black male safety laws?
Never mind false.
So true - They’re so quick to throw out the nebulous words of “Common Sense” to prefix their legislation, but not one of them would know common sense if it hit them in the face.
Dereliction is what you call the Commmie Rat push to refuse prosecution of criminals and allowing murderers, armed robbers and other criminal thugs to roam the streets attack law-abiding citizens.
Booker would prefer 3D-printed, untraceable weapons.
More gun laws?
Mr. Booker’s fundamental issue is he does not understand the form and construct of our government.
The U.S. Constitution cannot be changed with the passage of a law, you must seeks to amend the Constitution itself where the existing Amendments are concerned.
This then requires a supermajority of the states to consent to any such changes.
In Mr. Booker’s addled mind, the states would also be “derelict” in approving Mr. Booker’s mindless twaddle regarding the 2nd Amendment.
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