REPORT: NRA fires back in response to Newsom’s calls for a 28th amendment

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The National Rifle Association (NRA) hit back at California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposal for a 28th Amendment that would increase gun control.

Newsom, a Democrat, proposed a 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution on Thursday “to enshrine fundamental, broadly supported gun safety measures into law.” The NRA was quick to take him to task.


Newsom’s office, in announcing the amendment, claimed that it would not keep Second Amendment rights “unchanged,” and that it would regulate weapons while “respecting America’s gun-owning tradition[.]”

The NRA fired back in a statement on Twitter, writing, “@GavinNewsom’s latest publicly stunt once again shows that his unhinged contempt for the right to self-defense has no bounds. California is a beacon for violence because of Newsom’s embrace of policies that champion the criminal and penalize the law-abiding. That is why the majority of Americans rightfully reject his California-style gun control.”

The NRA also highlighted a photo of Newsom, showing him surrounded by armed guards.

BREAKING: Governor proposes 28th Amendment to restrict gun rights across the US

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