Video: Dianne Feinstein Proves She Has No Clue About Firearms


Long known as the leader of the anti-gun movement in Washington, DC, California Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein proved yesterday on national television that she has 100% no clue about anything related to firearms.

She’s clueless.  But quite powerful.

While questioning President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court of the United States nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, Feinstein claimed so-called “semi-auto AR15s” are not in common use.

You can watch the entire exchange between clueless Feinstein and Kavanaugh in the video below:

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According to a report in the “Washington Times”, a Parkland, Florida victim’s father, Andrew Pollack, shreds Dianne Feinstein for her ‘radical’ anti-gun agenda:

Andrew Pollack, the father of a student killed in the Parkland school mass shooting, tore into Sen. Dianne Feinstein in a series of tweets Wednesday, accusing the Democrat of pushing a “radical” anti-gun agenda during the Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

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“Senator Feinstein, Please stop weaponizing the death of my daughter to push your radical agenda. Sincerely, Andrew Pollack #FixIt,” tweetedMr. Pollack, whose 18-year-old daughter, Meadow, was killed in the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

“A percentage of every dollar raised by a whacky politician using ‘Parkland’ as a fundraising tool, should go to the families of the victims,” he wrote in another tweet. “Stop using our heartbreak to raise money and push a dangerous agenda! It’s disgusting & pathetic. No wonder the country hates you people.”

David French with the “National Review” also shredded Feinstein’s Second Amendment nonsense:

So, how does Feinstein attempt to deal with this fact? By arguing that common possession does not equal common use. No, really. She says, “You’re saying the numbers determine common use? Common use is an activity. It’s not common storage or possession, it’s use. So what you said is that these weapons are commonly used. They’re not.”

What is she talking about? First, how do you determine “common use” in a nation of millions except by reference to numbers? It does matter that millions of Americans own these weapons.

Second, why does she say they’re not “commonly used” — even in the most active sense? I own an AR-15, and I’ve fired it thousands of times. I use it for target practice. I use it to hone and maintain my skills. And yes, I “use” it for self-defense.

And that brings me to my third point. You “use” a gun even when you don’t fire it. I carry a pistol when I leave the house and rely primarily on my AR to defend my home. Thankfully, I’ve never had to point either weapon at another human being, and I hope that I never will. But I use those weapons every day. I keep them readily available and in top condition. Simply put, I use them to protect my family.

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According to a piece in “Townhall”, here’s what happened later on in the confrontation:

Senator Feinstein asked Kavanaugh why he dissented with his colleagues on the D.C. federal appeals court over a ruling where they upheld a ban on semi-automatic rifles.

“Semi-automatic rifles are widely possessed in the United States,” Kavanaugh said. “That seems to fit ‘common use’ and not being a dangerous and unusual weapon.”

“You’re saying the numbers determine common use?” Feinstein asked.

“They are widely possessed in the United States, senator, and they are used and possessed,” Kavanaugh responded. “I understand the issue, but as a judge my job as I saw it was to follow the Second Amendment opinion of the Supreme Court whether I agree with it or disagree with it.”

One thing’s for sure.  Even if Kavanaugh is seated on the Supreme Court of the United States, Dianne Feinstein and her Senate offspring will never stop string to shred our Second Amendment rights.

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