Would a President Hillary Clinton try to confiscate guns?

Yes, next question.

During an October 16 Town Hall in New Hampshire, a voter asked Hillary Clinton:

Recently, Australia managed to get away, or take away tens of thousands, millions, of handguns.  In one year, they were all gone. [No, the criminals kept theirs] Can we do that? If we can’t, why can’t we?

Hillary Clinton’s response:

I think it would be worth considering doing it on the national level, if that could be arranged.

NRA’s Chris Cox pointed out in a press release:

This validates what the NRA has said all along. The real goal of gun control supporters is gun confiscation. Hillary Clinton, echoing President Obama’s recent remarks on the same issue, made that very clear.

Daren Jonescu on just how, “…it could be arranged.”

True, but that is only the obvious half of the issue. Let us focus for a moment not on Clinton’s approval of Australia’s gun confiscation, but on the condition she establishes for adopting similar measures in America: “if that could be arranged.” Hillary has a knack for punctuating her mendacity with words that reveal her audacity.

Jonescu’s essay goes deep into the likely moral consequences of Hillary Clinton’s long desire for the establishment of a tyrannical government under her control that would disarm its citizens.

See also: Hillary Clinton is wrong about gun laws in Australia and the U.K.

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