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Tucker Carlson: John Cornyn, Who Decided to Take Guns from Lawful Gun Owners, Is Unpopular With GOP Voters

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  • Brie says:

    Why the hell should anyone care about thugs in the inner city unless youre in the inner city? C’mon man. Cornyn is bought and paid for but the thugs in the ‘inner cities’ killing one another is a win for everyone else.

  • ram6 says:

    Another example of a RINO who believes his opinion is far more important than the opinion of the voters who elected him to represent THEIR views on these subjects. Cornyn should be defeated in the very next election in which he is running for re-election. It’s about time these politicians begin to realize that they are the representatives and employees of the people not the other way around and catering to the “woke” crowd, virtue signaling to get invited to the posh D.C. cocktail parties is not in their portfolio. Wake up Congress you are our EMPLOYEES!!

    • Peter Piper says:

      It’s more than that. Mitch McConnell is married to a Chinese woman who owns a multi=million dollar Chinese company says it all.

  • Peter Piper says:

    The fact that Mitch McConnell is married to a Chinese woman who owns a multi=million dollar Chinese company says it all.

  • The Truth says:

    Does ANYONE believe that this crooked Administration will not use Red Flag Laws to disarm EVERYONE?

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