Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America actually welcome the increasing chatter from the left and from the op-ed pages for Democrats to embrace full repeal of the Second Amendment as a way of drawing clear lines in the gun debate. They also wince as three top Trump cabinet officials reportedly agree to a so-called “suicide pact,” meaning all three will leave office if President Trump fires one of them. And they slam Michelle Obama for another round of horrible statements, this time claiming people don’t trust politics because Republicans are supposedly all men and all white.

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    Unfortunately, the public has not in the past been bothered by Democratic calls to eliminate fundamental civil rights. In 2015 or so, every Democrat in the US Senate signed a pledge to eliminate freedom of speech from the First Amendment. Hillary Clinton frequently advocated to eliminate the freedom of speech. Yet large numbers of Americans still voted for these Democrats who wanted to take away the people’s rights.

    Many Democrats have openly advocated for abolishing freedom to practice religion (another right documented in the First Amendment) while suffering little to no voter backlash.

    So, I’m not so confident that advocating for full repeal of the Second Amendment will lead to voters pushing the advocates too far out into the electoral wilderness.

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    • October 5, 2017, at 2:21 PM PST
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