Rep.Eric Swalwell(Dumbass-CA)mouths lots of anti-gun platitudes but they will not work.
Instead of passing new gun laws lets try something radical and enforce the laws on the books now.
The way I understand it there is 20,000 plus gun laws on the books today.
Out of all the Democratic presidential nominees, no one has been as serious to solve the gun debate as California Rep. Eric Swalwell.
Swalwell has such a comprehensive gun control plan, he can fit it on any 280-character tweet. The candidate has offered real and effective solutions, unlike all the other Democratic candidates. Swalwell has laid out his plans on Twitter to nuke America and ignore women he disagrees with to fix our gun crisis. It is no wonder with effective plans like that he has been polling at 0%.
The first solution is quick, easy and effective. Let’s just nuke America! Who needs to care about guns if there is no one left to use them?
Show your dominance over a woman asking a serious policy question by responding with a meme of Judge Judy rolling her eyes and stating the person “doesn’t intimidate me anymore.” Show those evil moms who want to protect their children who is boss.
It is fine to engage in debate, but you have to know when enough is enough. Here is a perfect example of specifically calling someone out by name to make a point and then running away when they ask a question. You don’t owe anybody anything, even if you are the one who called them out first.
Prosecute Gun Owners
The most serious proposal the candidate gave was to prosecute people who did not give up their guns and decided to keep their guns in their homes. This is good for his campaign because the sign of a true Democratic candidate is to throw out crazy unconstitutional ideas.
Dana Loesch, a life-long advocate of the second amendment and national spokesperson for the NRA, was clearly not important or knowledgeable enough to debate someone with the intellect of Swalwell. However, he has declared he will debate a man “anywhere” because they are the only ones who should be involved in conversations about guns.