Feinstein on Gun Control: 'All The Police' Support My Gun Ban

Joe Schoffstall | February 26, 2013
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Yesterday, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) appeared on MSNBC pushing for an assault weapons ban and said that Americans need to make a decision "If personal pleasure is more important that general welfare." She also said that "all the police" support her bill.

Sen. Feinstein claimed to have garnered rampant support for the weapons ban:


"Our support is very broad. The White House has been very good. They've been very clear. I think we've got all the police, we have all the mayors virtually. The Conference of mayors, Mayors Against Guns; we have medical experts. We have virtually dozens of religious organizations of every creed supporting us. We have just lists and lists. I've put together a little booklet that contains the basics on the bill, as well as a list of the endorsers.

However, CNSNews.com recently reported that a growing number of the nation's sheriffs are standing up against gun control measures proposed by the Obama Administration and Sen. Feinstein. Many of these law enforcement officials have written letters to both President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden voicing their concerns over what they consider to be an infringement upon the Second Amendment.

For more, head on over to CNSNews.com.


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