Skip to comments.Flashback: Feinstein: More People Will Die in Mass Shootings if Brett Kavanaugh Gets Confirmed
Posted on 10/27/2018 11:34:12 AM PDT by proust
During day one of Brett Kavanaughs confirmation hearings, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) accused him of being beyond pro-gun and suggested more people will die in mass shootings if he is confirmed.
Feinstein said: If the Supreme Court were to adopt your reasoning I fear the number of victims would continue to grow and citizens would be rendered powerless in enacting sensible gun laws.
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And NBC withheld evidence during the hearings. Feinstein held the letter until the last moment.
Will it be the deadly vengeance if deadly revenge, DFi?
... any excuse to link to that is a good excuse ,..
More people die when they are disarmed!
That’s great! A gavel, a beer rig, and a case of Jenny.
Mass murder is abortion every single day.
More people will die in [insert tragic event here] if Brett Kavanaugh gets confirmed.
...See how that works? :-/
Feinstein CAUSED the synagogue shooting!!
She called for it, and a Trump hater did it, ergo SHE IS RESPONSIBLE because of her extreme rhetoric.
I and my entire family voted for her to go back to the Senate. She needs to be in office when the Pain comes!
A armed populace will cause some tragic deaths. An unarmed populace will lead to the death of millions via government tyranny. Just ask the jews of Nazi Germany. However you can not get an answer from an oven.
The correct transliteration is "molon labe".
Literally translated: "having come, take".
"molon" is a 2nd aorist participle of "blosko" and "label" is the 2nd person singular present imperative of "lambano".
Sounds like a threat - perhaps FineSwine is an accomplice with inside information.
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