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Donald Trump Jr. said that while those on the FBI’s terror watch list should be denied the ability to purchase weapons, there are many who shouldn’t be there.
“Of course people on the terrorist watch-list shouldn’t get firearms, but what they don’t talk about is they don’t talk about the million people that are on the terrorist watch-list that have no business being on the terrorist watch-list. What they don’t talk about is the people on the terrorist watch-list who are on the terrorist watch-list because their name sounds similar to someone else somewhere else,” he said at the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership Thursday.
“What they don’t talk about is that there is no due process for these people to actually then get off of this list to then actually be able to buy firearms.”
“You’ve seen this constant attack. And I’ve seen it in my states and I can’t order ammunition you know online and they say, ‘Well, this man was arrested and he had a thousand rounds of ammunition in his vehicle,’” he continued.
“Excuse me, I have a thousand rounds of ammunition in my vehicle almost at all times because it’s called two bricks of .22,” Trump Jr. explained.
“You know, I’ll blow … through that with my kids on a weekend. It’s ludicrous but what’s they’ve done is they’ve very effectively vilified people who are good law-abiding citizens, sport shooters and tried to pigeon-hole them into these things. Hunting and fishing is my lifestyle. It’s how I choose to live my life. It’s how my brother and I choose to live. It’s how we’re going to raise our families.”
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