RINO Brian Babin Opened up a Pandora’s Box for Gun Control

Wednesday, August 7, 2019
By Paul Martin

By Jose Nino
Aug 7, 2019

After the fallout from the El Paso and Dayton massacres, it appears that Republicans are starting to cave to anti-gun pressure.

Several elected officials such as Lindsey Graham are proposing legislation that would offer grants to states who implement red flag gun confiscation orders.

Freshman Congressman Dan Crenshaw echoed these sentiments, with him even suggesting that The Threat Assessment, Prevention, and Safety (TAPS) Act also be considered.

Both Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump also agree that red flag laws should be on the table to address the so-called “epidemic” of gun violence.

With 15 states already passing red flag laws and more hysteria building up from mass shootings, it seems that the federal government is about to do the unthinkable and pass expansive gun control.

This has not happened since the passage of the Brady Act in 1993, which created the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.

These latest capitulations by supposedly “pro-gun” Republicans show the growing acceptance of the “Minority Report” state.

Gun rights supporters have already sounded the alarms about the due processing destroying aspects of red flag laws. Even more insidious is the pre-crime nature of the TAPS Act.

The TAPS Act, which was introduced earlier by Texas Congressman Brian Babin, and then introduced in the Senate by Florida Senator Marco Rubio, would effectively expand the surveillance state and usher in a new era of pre-crime enforcement.

In a statement during his bill’s revelation, Babin declared that the TAPS act “Standardizes and provides a behavioral threat assessment and management process across the Federal government. Provides states the training, resources, and support needed to stand up community-based, multi-disciplinary behavioral threat assessment and management units. Recognizes that behavioral threat assessment and management processes must become part of the culture and fabric of contemporary law enforcement. Urges that this is a matter of national security – if we act now and work together, we can save lives.”

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