The National Rifle Association has come down in support of make-at-home guns.
The weapons, which were recently legalized by way of a settlement between gun rights activists and the Department of Justice, can be made at home on a 3-D printer. There is no way to track them and they have already been used by some gangs.
Criminals—including felons and domestic abusers—can print an AR-15 at their home.
In a new video from NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch, the guns are hailed as symbols of “freedom and innovation.”
She argued simultaneously that there are already laws that stop criminals and abusers from getting guns and that it would be impossible to stop criminals and abusers from getting guns.
“To try to restrict this is as unenforceable as trying to institute bans on magazine capacity,” Loesch said. “You just need simple shop skills to be able to do it in your garage… it’s absolutely enforceable… there are laws on the books that regulate that. Pretty much every part of firearm
"If you're a prohibited possessor you can't do any of these things. I realize that the Chuck Schumers of the world, the Dianne Feinsteins and the Nancy Pelosis, and the Chris Murphys want to completely pretend that none of those laws are on the books, nor do they exist." @DLoesch pic.twitter.com/M33lCBiiHc
— NRATV (@NRATV) July 23, 2018
CNN’s Fredricka Whitfield flattens Trump apologist for hilariously bad defense of the president
CNN host Fredricka Whitfield did battle with President Donald Trump's official apologist on the network, Jim Shultz.
Schultz quoted Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), who said that if Democrats want witnesses, then all witnesses should be available to be called. The problem is that Republicans want to call people that weren't even involved in Trump's obstructions of Congress. Republicans want to call Vice President Joe Biden and his son, there are likely some Republicans who want to call Hillary Clinton to talk about Benghazi again, and they'll likely search for reasons they can randomly call Democratic officials in Congress, who also had nothing to do with Trump's actions.
Trump is trying Middle East Peace plan 2.0 after the first one flopped
President Donald Trump is scheduled to submit his second Middle East peace plan after the first one senior son-in-law Jared Kushner came up with didn't go over very well.
"We will get this done," Trump claimed in May 2017.
“We'll start a process which hopefully will lead to peace,” Trump said. “Over the course of my lifetime, I've always heard that perhaps the toughest deal to make is the deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Let's see if we can prove them wrong, okay?”
Rage-filled Trump has crippled his presidency because he can’t let go of a grudge no matter how small: report
According to a report in Politico, many of Donald Trump's problems are the direct result of his inability to get over the smallest of slights leading him to make poor decisions because he can't see his way to let go of a grudge.
The report notes, "Whether in the privacy of his clubs or out on the campaign trail, the president can’t help but hold onto a grudge. Even as Trump heads into an election year with a record that he claims ranks him among the best presidents of all time, political grievances continue to drive everything from policy decisions to rally speeches to some of the biggest scandals of his presidency — including his impeachment."