BREAKING: MSNBC Host Makes INSANE 2nd Amendment Announcement (Video)

(Slay News) – MSNBC host Joe Scarborough has compared efforts to ban guns to the abolition of slavery.

On his show “Morning Joe” on Monday, Scarborough said that the slow-moving effort to ban firearms with ever-increasing gun control is like the process that led to the end of slavery.

He said that the latest efforts by Democrats to pass gun control measures are “slow progress” that will presumably lead to the Left’s eventual goal of outlawing firearms altogether.

“It is progress,” Scarborough said of the gun legislation agreements reached in the Senate.

“Slow progress but progress,” he continued.

“I’m sure you know … Abraham Lincoln was often criticized for moving too slowly toward ending slavery.

“Abolitionists like Frederick Douglass noted the view from the genuine abolition ground, Mr. Lincoln seemed tardy, cold, dull and indifferent.”

A bipartisan group of senators has announced a framework for gun legislation.

The move comes in the wake of a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, that killed 19 children and two teachers, as well as shootings in Buffalo and Tulsa.

The framework would incentivize states to enact so-called “red flag” laws, enhance background checks for those under 21, add more funding for school security and mental health and crack down on “straw purchases,” according to Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut.

In a statement, a spokesman for the National Shooting Sports Foundation blasted Scarborough over his comments.

“Mr. Scarborough ignores the fact that some of the first gun control laws introduced in this country were laws designed to disenfranchise black Americans of their Constitutional right to keep and bear arms,” Mark Oliva said.

“Mr. Scarborough ignores the fact that African Americans are among the fastest-growing demographic group of lawful gun buyers, with a 58 percent increase of African Americans taking ownership of their Second Amendment rights in 2020.”

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