One News Daily reports gun ban activist Phil Murphy, quoting BGloomberg’s banners talking points, called a meeting on ‘violence’ to order in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Click on the link, and Murphy in action. He forgets that before gun control hit New Jersey the Garden State had just 8,849 iolent crimes and and 181 murders.
Just four years later, when Governor Richard J. Hughes signed New Jersey’s basic gun contorls, the gun ban lobby had driven the number of violent crimes 13,204, and the body count was 276. Low compared to the 16,711 violent crimes and 358 ,irders 1068, the first year of gun control in New saw.
And you can verify those numbers either with the Annual FBI Crime Reports, kept on file at many P police headquarters, or you can confirm the numbers at this convenient spreadsheet maintained by the Disaster Center.
That is what the gun bans Phil Murphy wants so desperately did to new Jersey. In as few words as possible, Gun control did what 57,789 other gun control laws did, drive violent crime rates through the ceiling.
That is what gun control did – now here is what gun control is doing to New Jersey:
since Bloomberg’s gun ban lobby got cranked up in 2013 media reports of violence and up by almost 20 percent – and the bloody history of gun control make it a certainty that the numbers will be up for 2017 when they are released later this year.
Gun control has already done enough to New Jersey. It is time for Congress to act to uphold the Constitution, and preempt restrictive State and llocal gun laws, replacing them with 50 State legislation with a record of success. From the record, that will take a 300 seaat majority in the house and a 77 seat majority in the Senate.
Lives are at stake, including yours and the time to save lives is now. we have the votes to remove more than34 Sente Democrats, and 93 House Democrats. It will take a turnover in Congress, so let’s do it.