Tillis sponsored bill Biden using to cut federal funds to schools w/ hunting programs | Eastern North Carolina Now

Biden's Department of Education is using provisions of the "Bipartisan Safer Communities Act" to cut off federal funds to schools with hunting or archery programs.  Liberal North Carolina RINO US Senator Thom Tillis was one of the chief sponsors of that bill.  It was opposed at the time by the major gun rights organizations who warned it would advance gun control.  Senator Dan Bishop voted against it.

Now that this legislation is doing what the Democrats behind it intended, and is impacting gun rights negatively, Tillis and some of its Democrat supporters in swing states are in full cry mode that Biden's officials are misinterpreted the bill.  But the gun rights groups warned at the time that Biden's appointees would do things like this, so it should be no surprise.


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( August 3rd, 2023 @ 10:15 pm )
Talk about shooting oneself in the foot and the ASS!
( August 4th, 2023 @ 9:34 am )
Tillis is a disgrace on so many fronts - gun rights, immigration, taxes and spending, homosexual marriage, boys in the girls bathrooms, you name it. He simply has to go. I would leave the ballot blank if the choice is Tillis and an admitted Democrat. I had so hoped that Dan Bishop would be running against him in 2026 but Bishop has been conned into running for NC Attorney General instead. Now we simply have to find another candidate. This is totally unacceptable.

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