Gov. Hochul Calls For Tyranny After Tragic Shooting

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Of Course: In the Wake Of The Shooting, Crazy Hochul Calls For Tyranny

Over the weekend, a shooter opened fire at a New York grocery store as he shouted against the world.

Despite warning signs of the danger he posed being largely ignored, and despite the fact that almost all AR-15 owners and social media users are entirely peaceful and law-abiding citizens, New York governor Kathy Hochul is calling for a deranged crackdown on guns and social media.

On Sunday morning news, Hochul said gun owners should “crawl back in their holes.” The weekend’s shooter had radical, racist views, but so did the recent NYC subway shooter – whom the governor never said anything about.

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“As a leader of the state of New York, I also have a responsibility to make sure we protect people with respect to guns. We have some of the toughest laws in America on the books here, but the guns are coming in from other states or the enhanced magazine, which is exactly what happened here, the high-capacity magazine that led to the slaughter of people in my hometown.

“So, we are dealing with it on the gun side but also on the social media side. And the combination of the wild access to guns, unfettered, we need national laws to deal with this as well as the unfettered sharing of hate information on the internet, that is a lethal combination. We saw that on display here just hours ago yesterday,” Hochul said in an assault on both first and second amendment rights.

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Rebecca Horvath
Rebecca Horvath
Rebecca Horvath is an editor and writer for NRN. For nearly a decade, Horvath wrote a regular Community Voices column for the Johnson City Press, where she was known to ruffle a few feathers. In 2018, she began writing for the National Federation of Republican Women, interviewing and profiling candidates such as Sen. Martha McSally and Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith. Horvath also contributes to Net3d.home.blog.