But she keeps pushing for new laws anyway. Because Democrats never want to let a good crisis go to waste. All theatre, all the time, as they work to knowingly pass laws that won’t solve the particular problems we face but do give them more control over the population in general, while then doing nothing that will actually address the scourge of mass violence. Shameful.

Via CBS.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein told CBS “Face the Nation” no law would have stopped the Las Vegas shooter from killing 58 people and injuring more than 500 at a country music concert last week.

The California Democrat made the comment as Congress debates how — or whether — to move forward on gun control measures that would prevent another Las Vegas-like tragedy. CBS “Face the Nation” host John Dickerson asked Feinstein if Congress could pass any law that would have stopped Stephen Paddock’s rampage.

“No, he passed background checks registering for handguns and other weapons on multiple occasions,” said Feinstein, who noted Paddock didn’t display any of the signs one might look for in a potential shooter like a criminal record or mental illness.

But Feinstein doesn’t believe that means Congress should do nothing on gun control.

Feinstein said banning bump stocks is “one small thing” that Congress can do to take these weapon transformers out of circulation, and rejected the notion that the bill will lead to banning semi-automatic weapons or seriously restricting gun access in some other way…

The California senator did criticize a concealed-carry reciprocity bill currently in the Senate. That legislation would allow people who have concealed carry permits in one state to use that permit in any other state.

“Well, my opinion of that bill is it’s terrible,” she said. “We want every American to feel comfortable packing a concealed weapon around the country? I represent 40 million Californians, and I can say without hesitation Californians do not want concealed carry.”

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  1. Americanvln1 says:

    They may not…but, there are a few who do Senator Feinstein. Some would rather defend themselves using a gun to stop mass shooters rather than throwing their shoes at them. Much better than borrowing guns sitting in the back of police cars. If you don’t allow Californians to defend themselves, you may not have any more residents to govern. Is that the goal?

  2. Alain41 says:

    My latest theory, Paddock planned to only shoot for 10 mins.
    10th month, 10th hour, 10 minutes.
    Would better explain use of bump stocks; To max. rounds during planned 10 min. shoot.
    Combined with shooting calcs. to max. effectiveness.
    He was a detailed planner.

  3. Alain41 says:

    For future reference when Hollywood asks how much ammo do you need. 2012 Bond movie, Skyfall (won 5 Academy Awards), used 200,000 rounds of ammo for weapons training.
    (Assume still dummy rounds when filming not the live rounds used training at the range).


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