Sen. Jeff Sessions Says This Will Happen If Hillary Becomes President [VIDEO]

In an interview on Fox News Sunday, Alabama Republican Senator [score]Jeff Sessions[/score] slammed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, calling her “the most anti-2nd Amendment [candidate]…we’ve ever had.”

Senator Jeff Sessions – who has endorsed GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump – told Fox News Sunday host John Roberts that if Hillary Clinton were president, she’d appoint an anti-2nd amendment judge to fill Antonin Scalia’s vacancy and overturn District of Columbia v. Heller. According to Senator Sessions, that Supreme Court decision “protects the right of individuals to keep and bear arms.” He continued:

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“She gets in, she will appoint somebody who changes it, and what that means is it’s no longer a personal right to have a gun, but every city, county and state can completely ban firearms in America…This would be the greatest reduction of Second Amendment rights since the founding of the Republic.”

Last week, Donald Trump unveiled a list of eleven people he said he’d consider appointing to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left in the wake of Antonin Scalia’s death. The list included the following people who are – according to Trump’s public statement – “representative of the kind of constitutional principles I value”:

  • Steven Colloton of Iowa
  • Allison Eid of Colorado
  • Raymond Gruender of Missouri
  • Thomas Hardiman of Pennsylvania
  • Raymond Kethledge of Michigan
  • Joan Larsen of Michigan
  • Thomas Lee of Utah (brother of U.S. Senator Mike Lee)
  • William Pryor of Alabama
  • David Stras of Minnesota
  • Diane Sykes of Wisconsin
  • Don Willett of Texas
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Donald Trump has stated during the course of his presidential campaign that guns are not the problem with regard to mass shootings, gun violence, crime rates, etc. At the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) recent convention, Donald Trump stated, “We’re getting rid of gun-free zones.”

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