Here we go, a politician that actually gets it.
Georgia State Sen. Michael Williams, who is also running for governor, is holding a bump stock giveaway. Click here to enter!
Yes, undoubtedly it’s a calculated move to get media coverage, rankle the moonbats, and gin up support for his candidacy. Williams is a brazen Republican, naturally.
But, aside from the tactical benefits that serve his campaign, this giveaway sends a clear message to those that want to blame inanimate objects for violence.
“The tragedy in Las Vegas broke my heart, but any talk of banning or regulating bump stocks is merely cheap political lip service from career politicians,” said Williams, hitting the nail directly on the head.
“In reality, the bump stock is the new, shiny object politicians are using to deceive voters into believing they are taking action against gun violence,” he continued.
Williams went on to say that the use of bump stocks in the Vegas attack probably “prevented more casualties” due to its “inconsistency, inaccuracy and lack of control.”
“There is zero evidence that banning bump stocks would prevent any gun violence deaths,” said Williams.
“Georgia’s gun owners deserve a governor who will stand with them when liberals and Hollywood elites attack our fundamental rights,” he added. “That’s why I am standing for the second amendment and giving away a bump stock as a show of support.”
Dianne Feinstein is leading the charge to ban bump stocks and other accessories at the federal level. And there’s been movement in a handful of states to do the same, including Massachusetts. Illinois, Ohio, and Maryland.
“I will stand up for the Second Amendment against liberals and weak Republicans who wish to limit our freedoms,” concluded Williams. “Not only that, I will continue to call out Democrats and Republicans who provide cheap talk and excuses rather than solutions.”
Yep, I like the cut of his jib.