Gun control zealots are now running for office to push their agenda,
which has yet to keep guns out of the wrong hands. (Dave Workman)
Thursday will mark the fifth anniversary of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, and gun prohibitionists – aided by the dominant media – are showing new boldness by running for office, as noted by Reuters.
But determined as they might be to push stricter gun control laws, a new poll in Iowa by the Des Moines Register shows the public still doubts the result of their crusade will be a reduction in mass shootings. The newspaper revealed Tuesday that among Iowa adults, 56 percent “believe increased controls on gun purchases won’t reduce mass shootings.”
The newspaper also noted something not so surprising. “Views split sharply along party lines,” the Register reported. “Seventy-nine percent of Republicans say more gun control won’t reduce mass shootings, as