US Senator: “Throw’Em Into Prison For Five Years”


Gun-grabbers are literally out of their minds in the aftermath of the House passage of HR 38, National Reciprocity.

National Reciprocity would allow individuals with CCWs to carry firearms into all 50 states and Washington, DC without fear of being arrested in a state that doesn’t recognize their CCW.

Just moments after the vote and passage out of the House, anti-gun Democrat U.S. Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey popped off about what he hopes New Jersey would do to those who wish to conceal carry in his state.

The Daily Caller reports that Menendez wants to throw them into prison:

“Throw’em into prison for five years” is what New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez wants for any out-of-state concealed carry permit holder who enter his state with a firearm.

“People violate our law — we are a state that has decided that we are against concealed carry weapons. We have stronger gun laws.

We believe we have made the states safer as that,” Menendez told The Daily Caller Thursday.

“They violate our laws, then whatever is the law, and they are found guilty of it, they should pay the consequence.”

When pressed about travelers with concealed carry permits who may be detoured into his state by accident, he replied:

“They know what our state’s law is. They should know what our state law is if they want to carry a concealed weapon. I don’t think that they just simply get detoured and they should think in advance when they are traveling.”

He continued, “I find it amazing that Republicans who believe in state rights all of a sudden have a problem observing the state rights of those states that think that stronger gun laws is the way to protect citizens and that’s what I have to say about it.”

While this news site, Second Amendment Daily, has issues with the HR 38, namely that Republicans folded HR 4477, Feinstein NICS FIX into the bill, we find it outrageous that a sitting U.S. Senator advocates throwing an American in jail for five years just for exercising Second Amendment rights.

The stakes couldn’t be higher in 2018.

The Supreme Court.

Our Second Amendment rights.

If people like Bob Menendez ever get the power AND the votes, you can kiss your Second Amendment rights down the toilet.