Jim Jordan Obliterates Gun Control & Crime Narratives In Epic Four Minute Segment [VIDEOS]

People protected by guns should never be able to take guns from law abiding citizens. Shall not be infringed.

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WASHINGTON, DC – On July 27th, Republican Rep. Jim Jordan blasted Democrats for their flagrant attacks on the rights of Americans to keep and bear arms during a House hearing, noting that various legislative attempts by Democrats aren’t simply just about “assault weapons” or the sort – they’re veiled attempts to completely upend the Second Amendment.

The comments from Rep. Jordan came amid a House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing focused on firearm manufacturers, and Democrats’ attempts to link their business model as having an impact on gun crime in the United States.

Rep. Jordan found these attempts to malign gun manufacturers as being in any way responsible for crimes committed with firearms to be absurd, as found in his fiery comments delivered during the hearing.

“I’ll tell you what we believe: We believe the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed – period! Particularly arms, as the United States Supreme Court has said, particularly arms that are in common use.”

While speaking with Antonia Okafor, a proud gun owner and also the national director of women’s outreach for Gun Owners of America, Rep. Jordan suggested that Democrats are only going after the “assault weapons” and gun manufacturers as a means to achieve the upending of the Second Amendment without having to go through the Constitutional process.

“Their beef with the Second Amendment, though, is not limited to going after gun manufacturers and allowing them to be sued. It’s not limited to banning certain weapons that they want to define as assault weapons or whatever else they want to try to ban. It’s not limited to their…ridiculous red flag concept; bribing states to do that. It’s also what they did through the bureaucracy – through the Treasury – with Operation Choke Point, where they tried to choke off the financing of gun manufacturers as a way to get at the Second Amendment – because they know they can’t do it. They can’t change it via the Constitution like you’re supposed to if you’re going to try to do that.”

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Following Rep. Jordan’s comments during the hearing, he caught up with One America News to reiterate his sentiments on what the Democrats’ agenda is when it comes to chipping away at the Second Amendment.

“Well, their beef is they want to change the Second Amendment – so they got this liability where they’re going to be able to sue gun manufacturers, which is a crazy concept they’re doing. And then, of course, they want to ban certain firearms. It’s ridiculous. I think you saw how ridiculous it was last week in the committee hearing where the Democrats didn’t even know – like, they tried to say a brace was the equivalent of a bump stock.

Thank goodness we had someone like Congressman Massie who understands firearms and was able to point out there how ridiculous they were. But their beef is with the Second Amendment. They don’t like the Second Amendment. They’ve been attacking our First Amendment rights, our Second Amendment rights, Fourth Amendment due process rights, so hopefully they don’t have the votes for them, and we can stop them.”

This piece was written by Gregory Hoyt on July 28, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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