In light of recent high profile crimes, committed by a societal darling of the gun ban left, the calls for Second Amendment violations are so predictable. It’s even now predictable, that California state senators like Kevin de León are pushing, unconstitutional ammunition and gun owner registration mandates such as Senate Bill 53. No matter that his last ammunition registration scheme, AB 962, was struck down as unconstitutionally vague, by a California court. SB 53 is also co-authored by none other than indicted Senator Leland Yee. The man who was arrested by the FBI, and who is currently on trial for, corruption, as well as conspiracy to import and traffic in illegal firearms. No small deal. As well as it is, a revelation of total hypocrisy, among those who tout “firearm safety.”
While condemning our Second Amendment, it seems that such political creatures, whether they be breaking laws or writing bad ones, believe they are above being held to account. You may be asking yourself, how Kevin de León, can really believe pushing such overbearing unconstitutional mandates is a good idea. Over at dictionary.com, the word shame is defined as “the painful feeling arising from the consciousness of something dishonorable, improper, ridiculous, etc., done by oneself or another: She was overcome with shame.” So it appears that the “ends justify the means” philosophy, when it comes to the political ideology and personal gain of such leftists, is more important to them than a modicum of scruples.