WikiLeaks: Obama Rejected Hillary Clinton’s Executive Gun Control Plan, Sparked Furor (Video)

WikiLeaks: Obama Rejected Hillary Clinton’s Executive Gun Control Plan, Sparked Furor (Video)

According to Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton, American’s have just too many guns.  She says that guns “don’t keep you safe”, while simultaneously surrounding herself with heavily armed body guards.

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Hillary Clinton all but called for the introduction of thought crime during a CNN town hall event in 2014, when she asserted that gun control opponents should not be allowed to hold an opinion that “terrorizes” America.

Alex Jones talks with investigative journalist and founder of Project Veritas, James O’Keefe, about the latest lies the Democrat party is selling to the American public.

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An email from WikiLeaks’ Podesta release shows Hillary Clinton’s campaign staff exasperated by President Obama’s rejection of Clinton’s executive gun control plan.

The email, dated October 7, 2015, was sent by Ann O’Leary, senior policy director of Hillary for America. In it, O’Leary forwarded an email containing a Washington Post article revolving around the Obama administration’s rejection of Clinton’s executive gun control plan.

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The WaPo reported, “The Obama administration has already taken a long, internal look at the same executive-action proposal Clinton has promised to undertake, and has doubts over whether it can be made to work in practical terms, according to current and former senior administration officials.”

The heart of the matter was Clinton’s plan to use executive orders to further expand background checks, thereby closing the “private seller loophole.” Doing this would require deciding how many guns a private individual needed to sell each year before being considered “engaged in the business” of selling guns. The Obama administration investigated this approach to gun control, only to discover that instituting a threshold for such sales proved futile and created more problems than it solved.

Read more at Breitbart.

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