Bill C-71 shows Trudeau Liberals obsession with regulation instead of dealing with real crime problems.
With many people stating that the Trudeau Liberals are moving towards bringing back the gun registry by stealth, there are a growing number of concerns about Bill C-71.
During an interview, defence lawyer Solomon Friedman discussed his concerns about the legislation. Watch below:
.@SolomonFriedman says he’s ‘underwhelmed’ by the #C71 gun legislation: What we see here is a lot of form and very little substance…regulations that will further criminalize law-abiding gun owners. #pnpcbc pic.twitter.com/o42v6VQOg5
— Power & Politics (@PnPCBC) March 20, 2018
Friedman’s concerns are well worth noting.
“Criminalizing law-abiding firearms owners” is exactly the approach the Liberals have long taken towards Canadian gun-owners.
Even as illegal guns stream across our weakly protected border with the United States, the Trudeau government refuses to strengthen our border, and are weakening the justice system.
Meanwhile, they impose more regulations on those who have already shown that they are responsible and are following the law, while criminals go unpunished.
Bill C-71 also follows in the wake of news that Justin Trudeau “verbally attacked” the chair of the Liberal Rural Caucus when he brought up concerns about the legislation before it was presented.
Unfortunately, that doesn’t bode well for Trudeau listening to concerns about C-71. If he was willing to shout down an MP in his own party, he clearly won’t listen to Friedman and others who are worried about Trudeau’s gun legislation.
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