In a major victory for gun rights supporters, two Colorado Democrat state lawmakers, who backed tighter gun laws, have been kicked out of office in a recall election. One was the state senate president.
This may be a ‘shot across the bow’ for other state lawmakers who choose not to vote according to the wishes of their constituents who elected them.
Democrat State Senate President John Morse, who helped lead efforts in the state legislature to ban ammunition magazines with more than 15 rounds and to require background checks for private gun sales and transfers was kicked out of office in an historic recall election.
Colorado state senator Angela Giron is shown above along with Colorado state senate president John Morse.
Both voted out of office for their hard-core stance on gun control.
Voters ‘get it.’ Gun control is really not about guns - it is about control.
Gun control advocates cite the theater shooting in Colorado and the school shooting in Connecticut as their reason for tighter gun laws for Americans.
Behavior experts say tighter gun laws may not have prevented either of these shootings.
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