To This Congressman, Gun Registration Is Like Rwandan Genocide
Congressman Jeff Duncan of South Carolina believes that gun registration would be like a database used by the Hutu tribe in Rwanda they’d use to slaughter people.
“Read about the Rwandan genocide, the Hutu and Tutsi tribes,” he continued. “Read that all Tutsi tribe members were required to register their address with the Hutu government and that this database was used to locate Tutsi for slaughter at the hands of the Hutu.”
Duncan wrote that since the government had the names and addresses of nearly all Tutsis living in Rwanda, “the killers could go door to door, slaughtering the Tutsis.”
He wrote that each Rwandan “had an identity card that labeled them Tutsi, Hutu, or Twa.”
Duncan accused Democrats of “preying on the fears” of citizens.
So let me get this straight: Duncan is comparing gun registration to genocide and it’s the Democrats who are “preying on fear?”