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Dana Loesch
I feel is misguided on already federally regulated legal private sales which studies have shown are not the driver for illegally acquired firearms Happy to have him on air with me to discuss.
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Welded Machina Sep 6
Replying to @DLoesch @DanPatrick
He's the same guy who spearheaded raising the smoking age to 21. He's not misguided, he's a BIG Government RINO that should have never been elected in a state like Texas. He's a disease in the Republican party.
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laurie mcdaniel Sep 6
Replying to @DLoesch @DanPatrick
The black market isn't going to suddenly register sales.
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Michael-Albert Sep 6
This black market that they keep on espousing is really the "private" sales, they are trying to re-lable it to vilify people.
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laurie mcdaniel Sep 6
I am talking about the gangs, druggies and those that are not legally owning and selling them now. Private sales... I don't know a good way to do that. Gun shows...could use a little tightening.
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Jody McDaniel Sep 7
Have you ever been to a gun show? Same two types of sales as anywhere else, FFL who use NICS and logs every sale, and private sellers. What makes a private sale in a building any different from one that happens any where else. Private sale =/= loophole.
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Bob Thornburgh Sep 6
Replying to @DLoesch @DanPatrick
Maybe, but what I'm hearing is a Republican folding on the issue. How long before our governor follows suit?
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Lamont Cranston Sep 6
Replying to @DLoesch @DanPatrick
should be very afraid of his chances for re-election if he joins Dennis Bonner in backstabbing lawful firearms owners in the legislature.
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Doug Hagin Sep 6
Replying to @DLoesch @DanPatrick
How, are we going to monitor "private sales". This will be unenforceable, and if not carefully written will demand background checks if we leave guns at a friends for safe keeping while on vacation, let a friend shoot our gun at a range etc.
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SP Sep 6
Dear I am trying to understand how the gov would buy back my gun. With my tax $$? So I get to pay for it 2x? Does anybody have an answer?
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BC Sep 6
Replying to @DLoesch @DanPatrick
Agree
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Charlie Carter Sep 6
Keith Olbermann must be in his ear
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Patriot8472 Sep 6
Replying to @DLoesch @DanPatrick
Collectors and Restoration Hobbyists are the vast majority of purchases. More Firearms in Storage than you could imagine. Enforce the Existing Statutes, administer more Severe Mandatory Sentences for Violations is the way to go.
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Igor Ljolje Sep 7
Replying to @DLoesch @DanPatrick
From pushing guns to selling superbeets😂😂
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Michael-Albert Sep 6
Replying to @DLoesch @DanPatrick
You both are misguided. It is a misnomer, one's ability to dispose of their private property is protected by Article 4, Sect 2, if state citizen, and the government is prohibited ;from interfering with the right to dispose of ones property under the fifth amendment, it violates.
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william.lichtenstein Sep 6
Replying to @DLoesch @DanPatrick
Criminals don’t care about the law. The guy was not allowed to buy the gun anyway. New laws won’t fix it. Find another solution.
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Doug Hagin Sep 6
Yes maybe longer sentences for violent felons. NO EARLY RELEASE!
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