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Gun Control Zealots in Wisconsin Try to Spin Low Gun Crime Statistics Into an Epidemic

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Gun Control Zealots in Wisconsin Try to Spin Low Gun Crime Statistics Into an Epidemic

But even with the low crime and safety of Wisconsin, there are those mouth drooling gun control zealots who will try to bamboozle the public in thinking that they are living in a warzone.

People like Jeri Bonavia, executive director of Wisconsin Anti-Violence Effort.

Bonavia would have you believe that 100 murders, while tragic, means that the state is on the precipice of turning into Beirut circa 1982. Bonavia states:

“On a broader scale, the key to curbing statewide gun violence will be keeping the hands out of criminals and “truly dangerous people”

Truly dangerous people? When talking to gun controllers, they tend to think that ANYONE who believes in the 2nd Amendment is a “truly dangerous” person. Once again, gun controllers are bathing in the blood of the innocent to try and advance their agenda, irregardless to the fact that gun control does nothing to stop criminals from actually committing crime.

Am I saying that there is nothing that can be done? Not at all. In fact, Jeff Nass, the NRA’s WI-Force executive director points out a clear solution that can be done immediately to reduce the amount of gun crime in the state without passing a single law or infringing on the law abiding populaces rights.

“The majority of the people who are found guilty of gun homicide have a history of “very serious” charges, which were either dropped or for which they served no jail time. The state’s prosecution is notorious for allowing these people to continue to roam Wisconsin’s streets.”

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