The New American: Leaked audio from a New York fundraiser makes Clinton’s gun control agenda crystal clear: She wants to reinstate her husband’s disarmament design.
“I was proud when my husband took [the National Rifle Association] on, and we were able to ban assault weapons, but he had to put a sunset on it 10 years later. Of course [President George W.] Bush wouldn’t agree to reinstate [the ban],” said Clinton.”
Opinion: Unlike her private dream of a hemispheric common market with open trade and open borders, Hillary’s anti-NRA/second amendment position is her public position.
That Hillary’s anti-gun position is cloaked in ensuring the safety of children will weigh heavily in her selecting a pro-confiscation Supreme Court Judge.
Public Hillary is just as scary as private Hillary. Public Hillary claims to be pro-children, just not those in the womb.
Public Hillary is pro-late term abortion (also called partial birth abortion), where a fully-formed viable baby is partially born. According to the National Right To Life website “the abortionist pulls a living baby feet-first out of the womb and into the birth canal (vagina), except for the head, which the abortionist purposely keeps lodged just inside the cervix (the opening to the womb). The abortionist punctures the base of the baby’s skull with a surgical instrument, such as a long surgical scissors or a pointed hollow metal tube called a trochar. He then inserts a catheter (tube) into the wound, and removes the baby’s brain with a powerful suction machine. This causes the skull to collapse, after which the abortionist completes the delivery of the now-dead baby.”
The 2007 Supreme Court case of Gonzalez v. Carhart retained the restriction on late-term abortion and public Hillary wants no part of that.
Hillary will seek an exception carved out of the ruling to cover the health of the mother, despite the fact that no one has ever proved that killing an infant just before birth will reduce a threat to the mother, unless of course it refers to mental health.
The evil is palpable.