IL Rep Mike Bost erupts over change in Concealed Carry bill

By | May 2, 2013

Illinois State Rep. Mike Bost goes ballistic on the Illinois House Floor, outraged that Democrats tried to sneak in an Amendment to the Concealed Carry Bill

“…your side of the aisle keeps trying to make ploys instead of dealing with the real issue. Keep playing games!”

A Democrat Replies:

“We don’t want someone like that carrying a concealed weapon.”

From Conservative Videos:

In the end, House members voted 76-31 against a proposal, pushed by Chicago-area Democrats, that would have allowed county sheriffs and other government officials to weigh in on whether a person should be allowed to have a concealed-carry permit. The “may issue” proposal, House Bill 831, was modeled after a highly restrictive New York gun law.

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One thought on “IL Rep Mike Bost erupts over change in Concealed Carry bill

  1. JamstownRd

    Do you see why you read the bill before you sign it? Many people do not yet understand, or care enough aboit it. Just blame whity

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