Atlanta, Georgia — Georgia House Speaker David Ralston has allowed for a gun control hearing to move forward tomorrow, February 10, 2019 at 1:00 PM at the Capitol in Atlanta.
House Bill 55 — a bill to ban the printing of 3-D guns in the state of Georgia — introduced by anti-gun Democrat State Representative Roger Bruce of Atlanta, will be heard in a subcommittee of the House Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee.
The official description of HB 55 is “Crimes and offenses; prohibit printing or production of certain firearms produced by means of three-dimensional printing”
The top six sponsors of the bill are all far left radical Democrats.
Here is a screen shot of the meeting notice.
The subcommittee is chaired by Republican Eddie Lumsden and features past Constitutional Carry killers like State Representative Heath Clark of Houston County, who as chair of Georgia Public Safety and Homeland Subcommittee 2A in 2018 refused to allow a vote on either HB 156 or HB 286, both Constitutional Carry bills that sat and died in his committee.
The members of the subcommittee are Eddie Lumsden, Heath Clark, Jodi Lott, Glorida Frazier, Micah Gravley, Darlene Taylor, Jesse Patrea, Danny Mathis, and Rick Williams.
Gun owners are encouraged to call Eddie Lumsden and demand he not let this bill see the light of day:
After spending weeks working overtime to kill Constitutional Carry (H.B. 2), Ralston is allowing this gun ban hearing to go forward just nine days before more than a thousand red shirt radical communists from Bloomberg’s Moms Demand Action are set to flood the State Capitol demanding gun control be shoved down the throats of Georgians.
Second Amendment Daily will monitor online this hearing and it’s progress tomorrow and will report back.