New York Governor Andrew Cuomo To Propose Unconstitutional Gun Control Laws

January 9, 2013 12:04 pmViews: 554

Despite the fact that the Second Amendment of the Constitution guarantees residents of the USA to keep and bear arms and despite the fact that the Supreme Court has struck down restrictive guns laws as when Chicago tried to ban hand guns, liberals are still going after your guns.

Senator Dianne Feinstein has proposed gun control legislation that is clearly unconstitutional and now liberal Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo has come out in an attempt to separate gun owners from their constitutionally protected weapons of choice. He is proposing a "dramatic response" to gun violence in our nation.

We're not sure here, but we think possibly enforcing laws that are already on the books and dealing with the people that actually commit gun crimes in a very harsh manner would be a better response than making law abiding citizens who own guns suddenly become criminals.

Misdirection, propaganda and outright thwarting of the Constitution is what liberals are up to today. The truth about gun violence and crimes violence doesn't really matter because they have an agenda. When Governor Cuomo ends up passing these unconstitutional laws expect a fight that may lead to the Supreme Court, if something worse doesn't happen first.

Read more on this story from CBS New York below:

A deal to give New York one of the toughest gun control laws in the nation is being negotiated by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who, sources said Tuesday, is hoping to announce the plan Wednesday during his State of the State speech in Albany.

Cuomo hopes to jump-start the 2013 legislative session with a big deal that could dramatically alter gun control laws across the state.

Highly placed sources told CBS 2’s Marcia Kramer that Cuomo is negotiating with Assembly and Senate leaders for a package of gun control laws that would be a dramatic response to the gun violence besetting the nation, including the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.

“It’s a very divisive topic,” Cuomo said on Wednesday. “There’s a lot of energy on both sides. Some people are vehemently against’ some people think we’re out of our minds for not passing it.”

Sources told Kramer the governor and lawmakers are negotiating furiously in the hope that Cuomo can announce a deal during his speech Wednesday.

Sources said the package is expected to include:

* New restrictions on assault weapons

* Stiffer penalties for using a gun to commit a crime

* New limits on the number of bullets in a gun magazine

“Gun control is highly political, politically contentious situation. It is polarizing,” Cuomo said.

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