Clinton in 1993 Was in Favor of 25% National Sales Tax on Guns

Hillary Clinton like Pres Obama will not launch a direct assault on Americans gun rights. She will follow in his footsteps chiseling away on the Second Amendment with regulations, fees and taxes. Yes, the Pres didn’t get as far as he wanted as far as fees and taxes go, but this video is proof Clinton will.

There are plenty of examples on AAP of Clinton in her own words demonstrating how she despises the Second Amendment and gun owners…

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Hillary: We Have Just Too Many Guns in America
Clinton 2014: Second Amendment Advocates Terrorize Americans

Life as we know it is going to change in 3.5 weeks. We must stop Hillary at the ballot box America or she could very well finish what Obama started in taking away our 2A rights.

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Hillary in 1993: Let’s Double the Gun Tax
Americans for Tax Reform
Today Americans for Tax Reform released more evidence of Hillary Clinton’s long held desire to impose new and higher gun taxes.

ATR’s previously exposed her 1993 endorsement of a new 25 percent national retail sales tax on guns.

But unreported since 1993 is Clinton’s support for a doubling of the current federal excise tax on guns. In a closed-door meeting, she told then-Rep. Mel Reynolds (D-Ill.) that his bill to double the tax was a “great idea.”

As reported by the Chicago Tribune on March 19, 1993:

Rep. Mel Reynolds said Thursday that Hillary Rodham Clinton was “very enthusiastic” about his proposal to increase the federal excise tax on guns as a way of raising revenue for health care.

Clinton said “she thought it was a great idea, something she agreed with,” the Chicago Democrat reported after a 25-minute meeting with the first lady at his office.

The article added:

Reynolds proposed legislation last month that would boost the current 10 percent excise tax on handguns and 11 percent tax on all other firearms to 20 percent and 21 percent, respectively.

The bill didn’t go anywhere. But Clinton’s support for a doubling of the gun tax is another disturbing sign of her deep seated hostility to the Second Amendment.

Her disdain is evident in the video footage of her endorsement of a 25 percent national retail sales tax on guns. In sworn congressional testimony, Clinton is seen nodding fiercely as she is asked about it.

Her response: “I am all for that.”

She added: “I am speaking personally, but I feel very strongly about that.”…read more