WHILE AMERICA IS ON LOCKDOWN NEW BILL PROPOSES STRICTEST FEDERAL GUN CONTROL MEASURES EVER | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

WHILE AMERICA IS ON LOCKDOWN NEW BILL PROPOSES STRICTEST FEDERAL GUN CONTROL MEASURES EVER

While we’re all distracted by news about the coronavirus, lawmakers in Washington are attempting to sneak in one of the most draconian antigun bills that the country has ever seen.

Titled the “Gun Violence Prevention and Community Safety Act of 2020,” this bill would require all Americans to obtain a license before purchasing a firearm, treating our constitutional right to keep and bear arms as a privilege in which we must first get permission for from the federal government.

The bill, introduced on January 30th at the beginning of the pandemic, requires that a person must be 21 years or older to buy a gun, as well as go through a written and field test to “demonstrate safe use of a firearm.”

The lawmakers tout that their bill would “require individuals to obtain a license,” “raise the minimum age from 18 to 21 years,” “establish new background check requirements,” and “create a statutory process for a family or household member to petition a court for an extreme risk protection order to remove firearms from an individual,” among other things.

The purchaser must also hand over a photograph, giving the government valuable facial recognition data. Additionally, the license only lasts for 10 years and gun buyers could have their purchase delayed by up to 40 days before the Attorney General issues it to them.

The law would also make it illegal for a parent to pass down a gun to their children without going through time-consuming and costly legal hoops first, at threat of fines or jail time.

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