Dems Try To Slip Gun Control Measure Into Cybersecurity Bill
Calling them reasonable gun control measures, several Democratic senators want to attach a gun control amendment to an already-approved cybersecurity bill.
The Cybersecurity Act has already been approved for a vote next week, but Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and several others (including Barbara Boxer of California) are trying to slip gun control measures into the bill. Their plan would make it illegal to possess or transfer what are called "high capacity feeding devices" such as belts, magazines and other forms of bullet storage for more than ten rounds of ammunition. It would apply to all calibers of bullets except the .22 rimfire.
Schumer said their goal is not to repeal the Second Amendement.
No, your goal is to strangle gun owners with so many limitations and confusing rules that it will become nearly impossible to purchase, own, or use a gun as a private citizen!