By the way, although amnesty--the creation of tens of millions of overwhelmingly "progressive" Democrat voters--would be a home run for the Democrats (and gun ban zealots), there's another strategy (which would combine well with the amnesty approach) that I'm surprised is not really being pursued.Gunloons, like Kurt, like to speak about "rights."
The "right" of anyone (well, except for those non-white folks) to carry any kind of gun anywhere they want. And Kurt has called gun ownership "a fundamental human right."
Yet, Kurt and other extremist rightwingers oppose amnesty--permitting undocumented immigrants who have lived and worked in the US for many years--the right to citizenship. Many of these undocumented immigrants have children born in this country and who know no other country than the US.
The fact is the vast majority of these undocumented immigrants come from Mexico and Central America. They come to the US for a better life and/or to escape persecution in their country. But--they're non-white, so Kurt says they have to go. I'm fairly certain Kurt will say it's not about race but because they'd just wind voting for Dems but that explanation doesn't hold water. After all, which party has championed the right of immigrants from Cuba to have automatic US citizenship for merely getting into US territorial waters? Could not the GOP be the champions of amnesty and therefore curry favor in an ever-increasing demographic? Nope, the GOP is too far in bed with the white separatist movement. The GOP and Kurt wouldn't even consider amnesty an issue if we were talking about undocumented immigrants from Canada or Germany.