Further details of Boxer’s Intolerable Act are hard to find–at this point, there doesn’t seem to be even a bill number. Still, in the Congressional Record from Monday, Boxer left some hints, and they are as disturbing as one might imagine:
No. 1, families and others who are very close to the suspected unstable individual can go to court and seek a gun violence prevention order to temporarily stop someone who poses a danger to themselves or others from purchasing a firearm.
Again with the “others.” And now we find out who at least some of these “others” are:
Let’s say it is a group of coworkers who see that this person is threatening or he has written something.
Oh–coworkers. Good thing no one has a group of coworkers who might have a sufficiently malignant agenda to have them disarmed out of sheer spite, or for that matter, for a more directly malevolent motivation.
FK – Lots of ‘others’ don’t belong in this country and should be forced out. Those with a brain realize they ‘need’ a gun because trash like the Boxer creature exists and history shows that’s the kind of trash weapons are for.