Following his five-state primary sweep, it is starting to appear more likely that Donald Trump will be the ultimate Republican nominee, but would he be elected only to serve as a roadblock to Hillary Rodham Clinton?
It’s a question may conservatives and especially gun rights advocates may have to seriously ponder, as his campaign has gained what many believe is unstoppable momentum.
That consideration is especially important after Clinton’s repeated pronouncements on gun control, and an acknowledgement during a Town Hall event on MSNBC that she “worked together” with anti-gun New York Sen. Charles Schumer to pass the Brady Bill in 1993.
Schumer was in the House of Representatives then, and Clinton was First Lady. Passing that legislation, and the Clinton Crime Bill with its ban on so-called “assault weapons” the following year cost Democrats the Congress for the next 12 years.