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Holder Defends Gun Grabs to States' Attorney Generals

Attorney General Eric Holder defended President Obama's gun-control agenda to a meeting of states' attorney generals on Tuesday. The U.S. Attorney General  explained to the AGs that Obama's gun control measures "would not infringe on the rights of lawful gun owners." 

Constitutional expert Holder's DOJ oversaw project Fast and Furious, which was responsible for selling untraceable firearms to Mexican narco-terrorists.  

We will not rest until we’ve done everything in our power to prevent future tragedies like the one that killed Brian Terry took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School,” said Holder at the annual National Association of Attorneys General conference at the Ritz-Carlton in Washington, D.C.

The DOJ is "fine-tuning" it's federal background check system while the CDC is ramping up their propaganda against guns research on gun violence.

“No one will infringe upon the Constitutional rights of Mexican narco-terrorists law-abiding citizens and gun owners,” he [Holder] added. “And all are essential parts of any serious, comprehensive effort to combat gun violence — and to prevent dangerous people from acquiring, and wreaking havoc with, deadly weapons.”

Earlier this year, Holder and Vice-President Joe "discharge your shotgun in a residential neighborhood" Biden, helped Obama craft his series of "23 gun control proposals."  Certain measures like outlawing high capacity magazines and banning future sales of "assault weapons" are expected to face a tough road to passage. 


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