Last year, the state legislature passed the most egregious gun control laws in Colorado history. These laws were railroaded through the legislative process by anti-gun legislators in Denver bent on imposing their own personal agenda on law-abiding citizens.
Almost a year after its passage and enactment, the absurdity of the private transfer background check law is yet again at the forefront of media scrutiny.
Sara Warren was in a serious automobile accident on March 28, 2014, and had to be transported to a local hospital by ambulance for her injuries. Local police authorities seized her legally possessed firearm for “safekeeping overnight” during her stay at the hospital.
Almost two months have passed since this “overnight” seizure took place and Mrs. Warren has yet to have her firearm returned to her. All of this due to the new private transfer or “universal background check” law that was enacted last year.
This story is just another example of the anti-gun extremists in Denver fudging the numbers to spin a fictional tale of unsubstantiated claims, so they can continue to impose their minority ideals on a majority of Coloradoans.
Stories, such as this, continue to highlight the absolutely critical importance of this year’s elections. Please stay tuned to www.nraila.org and your e-mail inbox for further updates.