NRATV: The Second Amendment gives "firepower" to stand up to liberal bureaucrats
National Rifle Association's news show suggests violence to remedy the fact that Consumer Financial Protection Bureau employees tend to donate to Democrats
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From the November 29 edition of NRATV’s Stinchfield:
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GRANT STINCHFIELD (HOST): The [Consumer Financial Protection Bureau] is a giant mess and the fact is it shouldn’t even be a federal agency, it should be disbanded. But here we are now with more Washington craziness and I think it just has people across the country fed up.
STINCHFIELD: Yeah, absolutely. The new director, Mike Mulvaney, who immediately enacted a thirty day hiring freeze, had pointed out in his news conference basically saying, if you knew the powers that I have, that’s a quote from him, you would be shocked at what he could do to business out there, to people out there. It’s amazing the powers that were given to him by an Obama administration that pushed through this CFPB.
JACQUES: Look, it’s shocking but, hey, it’s the truth. They really do have a stranglehold on us as citizens and again this is why the Second Amendment is so important. I mean we the people have to have the firepower and the manpower to be able to stand up to tyrants in the government just like this.