“Common Sense” Gun Control Debunked in One Hilarious Video

The very funny Steven Crowder was getting tired of constantly hearing liberals argue for “common sense” gun control, when most of their ideas were completely illogical and lacking in any actual common sense.

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Liberals will say things like “you don’t need fully-automatic” guns. But fully automatic guns have been illegal in America for a very long time.

Liberals will say things like “you don’t need an assault rifle.” Except that there is no such thing as an “assault rifle.” It’s just a scary name they made up to frighten ignorant voters.

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Liberals will say things like “you don’t need a high capacity magazine.” But higher capacity magazines don’t demonstrably decrease the amount of bullets you can fire in a short period of time.

Time and time again liberals invent new fear mongering terms to scare Americans into giving up their freedoms, and all of that ridiculousness is on display in the video below.

Buzzwords like “assault weapon” and “semi-automatic” seem to be all the rage. But what do they mean? More importantly, what do the people pushing for “common sense” gun control and weapon bans think they mean? We find out…

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You can see all of Steven Crowder’s sources here.

 

 

 

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