Chelsea:  With Justice Scalia Gone, My Mom Can Enforce Gun Control


You need to watch this video of Chelsea Clinton’s campaign speech for Hillary!

Hillary Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea, was out campaigning for her mom in Maryland Thursday.    A video clip from one event has been released, where Chelsea confirms the agenda.

“It matters to me that my mom also recognizes the role the Supreme Court has when it comes to gun control. With Justice Scalia on the bench, one of the few areas where the Court actually had an inconsistent record relates to gun control,” Clinton said. “Sometimes the Court upheld local and state gun control measures as being compliant with the Second Amendment and sometimes the Court struck them down.”

“So it matters to me that my mom is the only person running for president who not only constantly makes that connection but also has a strong record on gun control and standing up to the NRA.”

It should be noted that Obama’s nominee to replace Justice Scalia, Merrick Garland, has very liberal view on gun rights.    (See:  SCOTUS Nominee Leans Left On Gun Rights)

At her campaign stop in Silver Spring, Chelsea Clinton said  this is the most important election in her lifetime because of her role as a new mother and her fear that a Republican president could roll back eight years of President Barack Obama’s policies.   “I worry everything I care about is at risk – all the progress that President Obama has made,” Clinton said. “I am convinced that my mom is the only person who can help us navigate forward together.”

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