SO DUMB: Virginia Democrat Terry McAuliffe Claims It’s Easier To Buy A Gun Than To Vote

Terry McAuliffe is the former Democrat governor of Virginia who is now running to get his old job back again.

This week, he claimed on Twitter that it’s easier to buy a gun than it is to vote. Anyone who has ever actually bought a gun knows that this is not true.

Democrats make false claims like this about guns all the time and the media never steps up to fact check them.

The Federalist reports:

Virginia Democrat McAuliffe Lies, Claims It’s Easier To Buy A Gun Than Vote

Virginia gubernatorial candidate Democrat Terry McAuliffe falsely insinuated it is easier to buy a gun than it is to vote.

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“Call me crazy, but I think it should be easier to vote than it should be to buy a gun,” McAuliffe tweeted Tuesday morning.

McAullife’s lie is presumably supposed to draw attention to election integrity measures by Republicans meant to curb fraud but ignores how Democrats used the COVID-19 pandemic to lift some election security provisions and mail ballots without justification.

It also ignores how nearly half of the country’s states have same-day voter registration, a luxury not afforded to those who try to purchase a gun and receive a delayed background check due to tedious, bureaucratic regulations placed on the firearm industry.

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See McAuliffe’s tweet below:

Conservatives called him out.

For Democrats, it’s all about the narrative and it doesn’t even matter to them if it’s true.


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