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Beto Endorses Anti-Gun Plan Created By PARKLAND STUDENTS


Failed Senator candidate and 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke is now endorsing plans created by far-Left students which promote anti-gun laws.

On Wednesday, O'Rourke announced that he would be endorsing a plan made by the pro-gun confiscation Parkland students. The far-left candidate also called on others to support the plan.


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“Following the lead of the students marching for their lives, and for all of ours, we will end this epidemic,” O’Rourke said. “I support their Peace Plan For A Safer America — and I call on everyone else in this race to do the same.”

The "Peace Plan" promoted by the students calls for an all out ban on "assault weapons" as well as magazines over the standard limit. It also supports red flag laws, background checks and restrictions on how many weapons can be purchased.

Check out what the Daily Wire reported:

It also implements federally mandated safe storage requirements and a government-run gun confiscation program, where civilians will be required to hand over any “assault weapons.” It also creates programs “to encourage voluntary civilian reduction of handguns and other firearms.”
The Peace Plan further demands a national gun registry, as well as a licensing system for both guns and ammunition, which imposes annual fees. In order to obtain a license, the multi-step process would include “background checks, in-person interviews, personal references, rigorous gun safety training, and a waiting period of 10 days for each gun purchase.” The license would expire after one year.

“I think that this plan is something that we can truly — as a country and as Americans united against violence and fighting for peace — can get behind,” radical liberal David Hogg said, a co-founder of the far-left group.

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Since the horrific El Paso shooting, O'Rourke has decided to take advantage of the tragic even to boost his already failing presidential campaign.

The Daily Wire continues:

After facing mounting pressure to drop out of the presidential race, O’Rourke doubled down last week and re-launched his campaign for a third time. Accordingly, the former Texas lawmaker revealed that going forward he would be focusing on heavily populated immigrant areas and making his anti-gun platform a central issue to his campaign.
O’Rourke has long been an advocate for various strict gun-control measures, such as requiring background checks, banning the sale of “assault weapons,” — a vague term used by activsts —and opposing conceal carry reciprocity, but he has becoming increasingly anti-gun since his unsuccessful run to unseat Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX).
While debating Cruz, O’Rourke repeatedly claimed that he supported the Second Amendment and an individual’s right to keep and bear arms, but failed to name a single judge that he supports who would keep the Second Amendment in tact.
O’Rourke received massive backlash in 2018 after he argued that the most popular rifle in America, the AR-15, should no longer be sold in the country. He later aggravated both sides of the aisle when he suggested that Americans who currently own an AR-15 should be able to keep it, but that the firearm should no longer be manufactured going forward.

O'Rourke has also shown support for a mandatory "buy back" program where gun owners would be forced to hand their weapons over to the government.

“Yes, and I’m open to them right now as a candidate,” O’Rourke said when questioned if he would support such a program.

“It absolutely has to be a part of the conversation,” he continued. “If at the end of the day it’s going to save lives, if it’s going to prevent the kind of tragedies that we saw in El Paso or Gilroy or Dayton or this weekend in Chicago or all over the country on a daily basis, then let’s move forward and do it.”

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