This RINO Traitor Pulled An Unthinkable Betrayal That Will Have You Seeing Red

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The Republican establishment is up to its old tricks.

Conservatives are furious.

And this RINO traitor pulled an unthinkable betrayal that will have you seeing red.

As American Patriot Daily reports:

Pro-gun control RINO John Cornyn of Texas caved to Democrats’ emotional blackmail and agreed to the most expansive gun control package in nearly 30 years.

It is in addition to expanding the national gun registration database and creating vague standards to claim you are a domestic abuser if you had a bad date or a messy breakup.

The legislation also includes red flag confiscation laws which allow the government to order agents to bang on Americans’ doors and take their firearms away at the barrel of a gun.

But while Cornyn negotiated the double-cross on the Second Amendment, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell controls the votes in the GOP conference.

If McConnell opposes a bill rank-and-file senators will also vote no and the GOP filibuster holds.

But Mitch McConnell is wholeheartedly endorsing the plan to give the green light to large-scale gun confiscation.

McConnell also praised the gun grab as “the best they can do.”

Republicans were not happy with the sneaky manner in which Cornyn and McConnell plan to ram this gun grab through Congress.

North Dakota Republican Kevin Cramer slammed GOP leadership for negotiating the bill in secret behind closed doors and skipping regular order to try and muscle the gun control package through the Senate before the Fourth of July recess.

“No regular order, no committee work, no legislation that’s been passed around. Once again, unfortunately, this is one of these situations where rank-and-file members and even committee chairmen are left out of the discussion,” Cramer told Punchbowl News.

McConnell and Cornyn need to push this bill to the floor for a vote as soon as possible.

That’s because the longer the bill sits out there the greater the opportunity for gun rights groups to activate their members to flood senators’ offices with phone calls.

Gun control bills die in the Senate because Republicans and red state Democrats quickly realize from the volume of calls into their offices that they will lose re-election if they vote to ban and confiscate guns.

Polls show Republicans are set for a wave election this year.

But Mitch McConnell is putting all of that in doubt by backing the largest attempt to ban and confiscate firearms in decades.