NRATV’s Grant Stinchfield: New Zealand is “the equivalent of a dictatorship” and “what tyranny looks like” after proposed assault weapons ban

From the March 25 edition of NRATV’s Stinchfield:

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GRANT STINCHFIELD (HOST): If you want to know the difference between the anti-gun left and us here at NRATV, they call New Zealand’s all-out gun ban of semi-automatic rifles what leadership looks like. That’s a direct quote. We call it what tyranny looks like. It took New Zealand’s prime minister three days to enact a ban that doesn’t just include AR-15-style rifles, but every rifle with a detachable magazine. Three days through a direct order, that is how the prime minister instituted the ban. That’s the equivalent of a dictatorship. And American Democrats call that leadership. Democracy wasn’t built on direct orders that fly in the face of civil rights. Thank God the United States has a Second Amendment and the NRA. Those two go hand in hand, and they're the leading reasons why overreaching, tyrannical gun laws are not being passed on a national level in the United States.


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