Cong. Myra Flores Votes 'NO' on Assault Weapons Ban, saying 'Criminals, Drug Dealers & Human Traffickers'll Always Break the Law'


"The only thing liberals are doing is endangering mothers, fathers, children, and entire communities, while Washington politicians live in mansions with armed bodyguards.”

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — "This type of legislation is not about banning a certain type of firearm, but about taking away the rights of law-abiding citizens to protect themselves, their families, and their property," said recently sworn-in Congresswoman Mayra Flores (TX-34) after voting ‘NO’ on H.R. 1808, the Assault Weapons Ban of 2022.

“The Second Amendment is clear: ‘The right of the People to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed,” said Congresswoman Flores.

“No matter how many laws you pass, criminals, drug dealers, and human traffickers will always break the law.

"The only thing liberals are doing is endangering mothers, fathers, children, and entire communities, while Washington politicians live in mansions with armed bodyguards,” Flores said.

 
Rep. Flores Votes 'NO' Vote on CHIPS-Plus Act

Congresswoman Flores also released the following statement after voting ‘NO’ on the Senate Amendment to H.R. 4346, the CHIPS- Plus Act:

"I came to Washington with common sense to work on the kitchen table problems facing my constituents in the Rio Grande Valley - not to deliver taxpayer money to corporations. Yes, the chip shortage is real, but throwing funds at a problem without a clear plan and accountability is just plain wrong.

“It is absolutely insane to me that after Congress overspent by trillions of dollars this year and last, causing the current inflation crisis that sent our economy into a recession, the Democrats are now spending another $280 billion on a corporate giveaway," said Flores.

For more information, visit Flores.house.gov














 
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