‘It’s confiscation’: Katie Pavlich destroys Democrat calls to follow New Zealand’s ‘overnight’ gun grab

Sen. Bernie Sanders’ call for the U.S. to “follow New Zealand’s lead” with a ban on “assault weapons” was slammed by Katie Pavlich for its more than obvious intent.

The Fox News “Outnumbered,” contributor pointed out that a gun debate in the U.S. in the wake of the massacre in a New Zealand mosque is just one of the things the shooter was trying to accomplish with his horrible act, pitting Second Amendment advocates against those on the left who have now applauded New Zealand’s swift action in the ban.

 

Sanders declared that New Zealand’s move is what “real action” looks like, as he called for a similar ban in the U.S. and to “take on” the National Rifle Association.

What the Vermont senator and 2020 presidential candidate is essentially saying,  according to Pavlich, is “it’s okay to ban firearms overnight through executive fiat without any kind of due process or legislative process.”

The Townhall editor explained that applying a New Zealand type ban in the U.S. will mean banning “almost every single firearm that exists here.”

“He’s talking about, overnight, stripping Americans of their Second Amendment rights and punishing them with high fines and prison time for refusing to give up those rights,” Pavlich said of Sanders’ proposed power grab.

Sanders’ former 2016 rival, Hillary Clinton, also applauded the decision by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, adding a condescending mockery of those who have offered “thoughts and prayers” in the wake of shooting tragedies such as this.

Naturally, Democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was also on board with the gun seizures.

The father of one of the victims of the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida last year noted how the gun ban, and even now the banning of books, is playing right into the plan of the mosque shooter.

One of  New Zealand’s largest bookstores stopped selling a book by Dr. Jordan Peterson, “12 Rules For Life: An Antidote For Chaos,” in light of the shooting. SHoppers will still be able to find copies of Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” at Whitcoulls, however.

But New Zealand’s prime minister was not done with just a gun ban as she announced that the Muslim call to prayer on Friday would be broadcast across the nation along with a two-minute moment of silence.

And purportedly to show support for Muslims in the nation, women in New Zealand who are not Muslim were encouraged to sport a hijab or headscarf on Friday.

Frieda Powers

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Originally from New York, Powers graduated from New York University and eventually made her way to sunny South Florida where she has been writing for the BizPacReview team since 2015.
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