Matt Gaetz was about the only Senator n the Florida Legislature that had no problems standing for gun rights and was damned vocal about it. He got elected for Congress and he dropped a beautiful one on Democrats.

Defend unborn babies? Nein!
More benefits for our Veterans? NEIN DUMMKOPF!
Keep Illegal Aliens safe from Law Enforcement? Yes, please! And two orders to go.

Well played Representative Gaetz.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

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  1. Gonna have to disagree a bit with you here, it’s more accurate to call them ‘criminal aliens’ in this case. Yes, I realize it seems like a pointless distinction, but I’d say it matters. There are so many statues on the books these days that damn near anything can called ‘illegal,’ but the cultural factors are still such that using ‘criminal’ invokes the idea of someone who harms others, which isn’t the same as something that’s simply been banned by gov’t fiat.

    PS Almost forgot to mention my surprise (and then shame at being surprised by such a thing given their recent track record) that the liberals have officially declared their support for “Gun Control, except when criminal alien gangbangers want some gats, then we’ve got their backs.”

    1. Actually, in immigration law, “criminal alien” means an alien who has violated laws other than those related to illegal entry. The reason is this: Illegal entry (the classic stroll across the border) is a crime, but “status violations” (visa overstays and violations of nonimmigrant status, like working on a tourist visa) are not. They’re “administrative violations” whose “remedy” is deportation, not prosecution. So a visa overstay is an illegal alien, but does not become a criminal alien until he/she violates a criminal law. And since half of all illegal aliens are status violators (usually violators of the terms of their tourist or student visas), referring to them as “criminal aliens” is not correct. And, of course, legal aliens can become “criminal aliens” by violating criminal laws, but aren’t “illegal aliens” until their legal status is revoked.

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