It slips out:
Last Friday, Clinton, in a rare moment of honesty, advocated for the forced confiscation of privately, legally-owned guns from otherwise innocent American citizens.
She extolled the virtue of the “Australian Model,” which in 1996 was a universal gun “buy-back” program. She went on to say that such a system “would be worth considering (in America) on a national level.”
She deceitfully made it sound as if Australia’s gun “buy-back” program was optional, that is: “discretionary” on the part of Australian citizens.
What she hypocritically failed to mention is, in Australia the government “buy-back” of privately, legally owned guns was not voluntary! “Selling” every one of your guns to the government was made mandatory, and the paltry price paid was dictated by inaccessible government bureaucrats, with no provision for appeal.
In plain English, they used your money to confiscate your guns.
Within less than a year, nearly all privately-owned guns were thus permanently confiscated by the Australian government. Most were subsequently destroyed, including prized family heirlooms, in highly-publicized, public ceremonies, so as to sneer in the faces of newly-disarmed Australians. The few that were not turned-in are now contraband.
Since then, violent crime has gone up in all parts of Australia. Clinton curiously failed to mention that.
Cynical professions of innocence aside, this is what all liberals, and most other Democrats, are pushing for in America. Clinton just let it slip out a little early.
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