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Tags: NRA | gun control | Hillary Clinton

New NRA Ad Hits Hillary: 'Read the Constitution'

 

By    |   Friday, 01 January 2016 04:19 PM EST

The NRA slams Hillary Clinton on gun control in a new ad mocking her understanding of the Second Amendment and gun owners – and showing her laughingly discounting firearms-friendly New Year's resolutions.

The video, produced by the National Rifle Association's lobbying arm, the Institute for Legislative Action, concludes: "We have resolutions for 2016, too."

According to the Washington Examiner, the ad is the first in what the NRA said will be a series of videos "devoted to exposing the hypocrisy of the gun control agenda."

The video – titled New Year's Resolutions of the Rich and Anti-Gun – depicts a woman penning three resolutions on Hillary Clinton Campaign letterhead: to "stop trying to ban guns," to "read the Constitution" and to "meet an actual gun owner. In person!"

The woman then draws a big X through the list while laughing.

Clinton has taken a hard-line gun-control stance on the campaign trail, vowing to support proposals aimed at closing gun sale loopholes and holding accountable those who sell guns for violence committed with those weapons.

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The NRA slams Hillary Clinton on gun control in a new ad mocking her understanding of the Second Amendment and gun owners - and showing her laughingly discounting firearms-friendly New Year's resolutions.
NRA, gun control, Hillary Clinton
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2016-19-01
Friday, 01 January 2016 04:19 PM
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