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How Do We Know Bill Nelson Opposes Our Rights?
By Looking At His Record. 

   

Washington politicians will say anything to get elected. And that includes Bill Nelson. Bill Nelson may say he supports our Second Amendment rights on the campaign trail. But don't be fooled. Bill Nelson can't hide from his record, and his record on our Second Amendment freedoms is clear:

   

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Anti-Gun                    

Bill Nelson voted to confirm Barack Obama’s anti-gun nominees to the Supreme Court –  including Sonia Sotomayor, who signed a Supreme Court opinion saying that Americans do not have an individual right to own firearms. (1)

               
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Bill Nelson voted to allow America’s firearms manufacturers to be sued into bankruptcy – which would have eliminated tens of thousands of American jobs. (2)

               
Anti-Gun Bill Nelson voted to spend $15 million of taxpayer dollars on a federal gun control program. (3)
Anti-Gun Bill Nelson voted for a ban on millions of commonly owned firearms, which included many popular hunting and target rifles. (4)
   
   

   

                                                      

Cite 1: Vote 229, 08/05/2010, Vote 262, 08/06/2009, Cite 2:  Vote 218, 07/29/2005,  Cite 3: Vote 267, 08/02/2001, Cite 4: Vote 24, 03/02/2004

   

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