Beto Says He Would Send Cops to Collect People’s Guns

Beto Says He Would Send Cops to Collect People’s Guns

Beto Says He Would Send Cops to Collect People’s Guns

O'Rourke quickly back-peddled however and said he's banking on the conscience of everyday Americans to understand that they don't need assault weapons for self-defense and will turn in their weapons willingly.

"There can be no reward, no benefit, no tax break for anyone, or any institution, any organization in America, that denies the full human rights and the full civil rights of every single one of us", he answered. "Going after the tax exemption of churches, Islamic centers or other religious facilities in this country is just going to deepen the divisions we're already experiencing".

The former Democratic Texas congressman was pressed by "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough on Wednesday after the fourth Democratic presidential debate.

Mandatory buybacks are not as broadly popular as other gun reform proposals, but poll at around an even split.

Buttigieg responded, "Congressman, you just made it clear that you don't know how this is going to take weapons off the street". "If they persist, there will be other consequences from law enforcement".

Pete Buttigieg, left, and Beto O'Rourke.

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Buttigieg faulted O'Rourke for failing to explain how his proposal would get weapons "off the streets". "I expect Republicans, Democrats, gun owners, non-gun owners alike to respect and follow the law". "We can not wait for purity tests, we have to just get something done". "We have to get something done".

At Tuesday's debate, sponsored by CNN and The New York Times, O'Rourke took issue with Buttigieg's description of the plan as a "shiny object" that will distract from efforts to defeat Donald Trump.

The last comment visibly irked O'Rourke, who pushed back on the idea that his buyback program was part of a "purity test".

O'Rourke also implied that Buttigieg's caution on confiscations was the result of poll testing and focus groups. "The problem is the National Rifle Association (NRA) and their enablers in Congress, and we should be united in taking the fight to them", Buttigieg added, drawing applause from the audience". Democratic candidates, such as O'Rourke, Sen.

Buttigieg appeared on CNN on Sunday, where he said that while anti-discrimination policies are important, he wouldn't go so far as to pull tax exempt status from churches who do not believe in same-sex marriage.

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