O’Rourke proposes mandatory government gun buyback where the government shot and killed 4

Beto O’Rourke continues to push control each and every chance he gets. He wants to take guns away from law-abiding citizens and isn’t being shy about his desire to do so.

Yesterday, the former Texas congressman was in Ohio on Kent State University where held a rally where he once again pushed his anti-Second Amendment views.

Kent State University is already an odd choice to select to push anti-gun views but the failed senatorial candidate’s campaign made things even worse with his social media post.

O’Rourke is apparently not a fan of history. On May 4, 1970, four students were shot and killed by the National Guard when they fired into a crowd during a protest.

So, this guy actually proposed a mandatory government buyback at a place where the government shot and killed students.

And people will still vote for this man.

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