Newtown Father Gives Gun Rights Lesson to Congress

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In a similar vein as the impassioned speech given by Suzanna Gratia-Hupp in the wake of her parents murder by a gun-wielding madman, Newtown resident Bill Stevens absolutely owns Congress in the following video where he asks the same question: Want to know why people need guns?

Mr. Stevens’ daughter was part of the lockdown that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School. As he states, “lockdown, and 9/11 were not enough” to protect many of his daughter’s peers that day. He tells the Working Group Public Hearing on Gun Violence Prevention in no uncertain terms that any proposal seeking to strip decent people of their right to defend their families is entirely unconstitutional – not only under the 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, but under Section 15 of the Connecticut state Constitution as well; and it makes no mention of permits, registration and background checks.

“Legislation is not due process.”

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