Gun control organizations claim they support Americans’ protected right to keep and bear arms. When spreading their lies and disinformation they say “We support the Second Amendment but -” Whatever infringement follows is “common sense.” Must prove a need to anti-gun bureaucrats to bear arms? Common sense! Sixteen hours of mandatory training? Common sense! Prohibited from carrying more than seven rounds in a handgun? Common sense! And now . . . “A proposed state law in Missouri would make it a crime for parents or guardians not to tell school officials if they have guns in their home . . . If passed into law Missouri State Senate Bill 549 (reintroduced from last year) could slap parents with a $100 fine if they didn’t tell their children’s school about their gun.” noarmycanstopstupid.com doesn’t point out that the bill doesn’t stand a chance in the legislature. It doesn’t. Even so, listen to the rhetoric . . .
This is the second time State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal (D-District 14, St. Louis) has introduced the legislation. The same law was introduced last year as Senate Bill 124 but it never got anywhere. She introduced the newest version in December.
“I am not trying to take away the gun rights of any parents or any other citizens. I believe in the Second Amendment,” Chappelle-Nadal told a St. Louis TV station when the bill previously was introduced. The senator said she was trying to stop school violence and crimes like carjacking.
She believes in the Second Amendment but – she doesn’t. It’s as simple as that.