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Undercover Video: Russ Feingold says Hillary Might Issue Executive Order on Guns

Undercover Video: Russ Feingold says Hillary Might Issue Executive Order on Guns

Hillary donor: “Hillary wants to shut it down,” “get guns away from everyone in this country”

As LI readers are well-aware, we value and seek to protect the Second Amendment.  A stance, it would seem, Team Hillary rejects.  A Project Veritas release shows Russ Feingold stating that Hillary “might” issue executive orders on guns should she be elected next month.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

Russ Feingold, the former Democratic senator from Wisconsin who is running again in an attempt to win back his old Senate seat, was recorded at a fundraiser saying that Hillary Clinton might issue an executive order on guns.

The video was captured by James O’ Keefe’s Project Veritas at an Aug. 17, $2,700 per-head fundraiser held at the Palo-Alto, Calif., home of Democratic donors Amy Rao and Harry Plant. Palo-Alto is located 10 minutes away from Stanford University, where Feingold taught after leaving his position as a special envoy at the U.S. State Department.

Feingold can be heard in the video discussing what Hillary Clinton could do in relation to guns if she were to be elected president.

“If there’s still Republican control in Congress, and if Hillary is elected, is there anything she can do to uhh…,” a person asks Feingold within the video. “Well, there might be an executive order,” Feingold responds.


Feingold also seems to think that Obama’s executive orders didn’t go far enough because they dealt only with waiting periods.

The Washington Free Beacon continues:

“Oh, so she can, I know that Bara…” the questioner counters. Feingold then talks of President Obama’s executive orders throughout his two terms.

“He did some executive orders with the aspects of waiting periods. But what we all need is the Senate, have her there, and then put pressure on the House. And we might win the House,” Feingold says.

That wasn’t all Project Veritas uncovered, however.

Project Veritas reports:

Silicon Valley multi-millionaire Amy Rao hosts the event for Russ Feingold. Amy unknowingly discloses Hillary’s secret view on guns. She claims Hillary would do what Obama couldn’t on private gun ownership.

“Hillary wants to shut it down” says Amy, “If we can get guns away from everyone in this country, she’ll close the loopholes, get rid of assault weapons, she will get rid of being able to buy you know, unlimited bullets, she’s gonna make all that stop.” [emphasis in original]

“Get guns away from everyone in the country”?

That’s a game-changer.


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Yep yep she’s so much better then Trump.

Oh and good luck keeping the Senate without Mark Kirk.

“If we can get guns away from everyone in this country…”

might big “if” there…

what will they do when they run out of cops willing to try to do that?

Henry Hawkins | October 13, 2016 at 6:01 pm

Go ahead, write your EOs. My guns simply move from legal to illegal status, of which I could not care less because I am not giving up my guns. It’s a cliche now, but it really is ‘from my cold dead hand’ for me. Every citizen has that point when they would revolt, violently if neccessary, against their own government. This is one of mine.

It’s impossible – they cannot go door to door in a country of 320 million people and confiscate firearms. It would start a civil rebellion and they know it.

What they will do is continue to snip and nibble at firearm and ammunition protections, EO a ban on “assault” weapons, magazines, tax the crap out of ammo, make gun manufacturers and dealers responsible for what the customer does with weapons, more of that sort of thing.

    Pettifogger in reply to Henry Hawkins. | October 13, 2016 at 6:33 pm

    She need not send people door to door. She need only expand Operation Chokepoint to ban federally insured financial institutions (I.e., all financial institutions) from doing business with manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers of all firearms and all ammunition. Kick in reloading supplies for good measure, because she will. How long can you hold out really?

    With a couple of Supreme Court appointments, she’ll have no problems from the courts. In the Progressive world view, the constitution has no substantive content inconsistent with the Progressive agenda, as it may morph from time to time.

      Henry Hawkins in reply to Pettifogger. | October 13, 2016 at 10:11 pm

      You have zero idea how long I can hold out.

      More importantly, people like me are a MUCH bigger problem for this type of naked Constitutional violation.

      I own the equipment to manufacture guns, start to finish, and it’s “dual use” equipment, meaning that I make a whole bunch of OTHER stuff on it.

      I discussed this and estimate ran the numbers the last time a gun thread came up:

      The short version of it is that just my family company, with just the materials that we already have on hand, can outfit an army of 50,000 with AK-47 single fire/fully automatic weapons in 11 weeks. And that doesn’t even us up our full production capacity.

      I can replicate that at any mid-size machining facility in a matter of weeks, as most (not all, but most) will have the equipment to fully manufacture the components necessary.

      As for the insurance companies refusing to do business with us: That would create major havoc for the “big 3” automakers, as well as most of the “Heavy-Duty” (18-wheeler) manufacturers. You want to hear weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth? Tell the automakers that ALL of their production manufacturing will be shut down for three to six MONTHS while their tier-1 subcontractors can’t get assemblies, because their tier-2 sub-system assembly subcontractors are trying to replace us (a tier-3 subcontractor) providing components for those assemblies.

      You’d be surprised just how few companies are at the “base” of the automotive production pyramid.

        rinardman in reply to Chuck Skinner. | October 14, 2016 at 7:01 pm

        I assume you have generators, to make you own power. All that machinery is pretty useless without electricity.

          Actually, yes.

          In the event of a significant power outage, we have access to generators, and in a heavy pinch, we could import a burn-generator and fire it with bio-mass, which we have in abundance between the 20 acre field in the back, the additional 20 acres of woods, and with a little bit of effort, we could convert the non-CNC machinery to run on water-wheel power from the creek out back (which is similar to the way they USED to run in the 40s and 50s with a central axle run of of a single motor, and then individual belts which ran the lathes themselves.

          Wouldn’t be as efficient, but if push came to shove….

          My point was more that our CUSTOMERS would basically be our best shield against any non-provable weapons manufacturing, because unless the government has iron-clad proof that we were manufacturing banned weapons, the Automakers are going to tell them to leave us alone, if for nothing else than the sheer economic disruption that would occur to the broader economy.

    alaskabob in reply to Henry Hawkins. | October 13, 2016 at 7:02 pm

    The Gestapo required very few operatives in the field as they relied heavily on neighbors informing on neighbors. As Holder said… make guns like tobacco… isolate, polarize, stigmatize, marginalize… how many Progs would get positive strokes by their “village” for turning in anyone they think has a gun? Yes, these people would be banging on your door to borrow a gun if things go south politically or from disaster… but they are otherwise fairweather.

      redc1c4 in reply to alaskabob. | October 13, 2016 at 7:07 pm

      my gun hating neighbors are SOL on the day they need one.

      banging on my door making demands turns you into a trespasser and a potential looter.

      GTFO and don’t come back.

[Obama] did some executive orders with the aspects of waiting periods. But what we all need is the Senate, have [Hillary] there, and then put pressure on the House.

He’s acknowledging that the EOs may be OK for harassment, but won’t get the real job done; they need the Legislature for that. He seems to be assuming that they’ll have control of the Courts, so there’ll be no impediment there.

    Hes assuming they’ll have control of Congress (and addresses that specifically), and with all the Trump fans urging people to vote for Democrats (down ticket, anyway), they may well. As an aside, I don’t get that. Trump fans want Trump in the Oval Office . . . shackled by a Democrat Congress. This makes sense how?

      DieJustAsHappy in reply to Fuzzy Slippers. | October 13, 2016 at 7:58 pm

      Trump fans think he could get more done with a Dem Congress vs. a hostile GOP one? This my guess only. I haven’t read anything about what might be their motivation.

        Supporters of Mr. Trump think that if they’re going to have a person who is supporting and will vote for Democrat ideals in the position, to the detriment of both the Nation AND Republican ideals, they might as well support a Democrat candidate.

        The idea is that they will run a Republican that won’t “sell out” in the next cycle like the RINOs currently in the Establishment. Or, in the alternative, kill off the “Republican” party and run some sort of Constitutionalist / Populist candidate (maybe we can resurrect the “Bull-Moose Party”).

        The ~theory~ is sound, if you ignore incumbent preference and the damage that can occur in a single Congressional election cycle.

        Why put up with a RINO that, after promising again and again to support “Republican” ideals, is going to stab you in the back when you can have a true Democrat that is going to at least do you the courtesy of looking you in the face when they’re voting against your interests.

      WE won’t have to worry about double impeachment attempts, where you altRINOs work to get rid of both Trump and Pence and put Ryan on the throne.

Ya’ll can get your hair on fire over this.

I’ve been telling you (correctly) for year not to panic over gun control, and that things are going in the OPPOSITE direction in the law and with the courts.

Unlax. Remember “Irish Democracy” and how successful Prohibition was.

    The concerns I have are more related to SCOTUS deciding that Stare Decisis simply doesn’t apply to the 2nd amendment.

    That then with a bare majority, they decide that both Heller and McDonald were wrongly decided, with an eye to resurrect the 1939 Miller language regarding “ordinary military equipment” and that any arms and that since there is no “body of citizens enrolled for military discipline” in the common defense, nor any need for such given our “voluntary” armed service, that the public no longer “needs” such a right of personal, individual protection. Also, further building on the 7th Circuit Friedman v. City of Highland Park that “public perception” of safety is sufficient to justify a ban on possession of certain weapon classes.

    See doctrinal changes between Plessy v Ferguson and Brown v. Board of Education.

    That’s my concern, anyway.


I assume that the State and the Feds have the exact description of every gun, down to the serial number, from every DROS form that I have completed. When I buy long guns, they don’t take down a description of the gun, but they know I bought one on that date from that gun store.

And my black powder guns are not DROS’d, so the guvmint doesn’t have those either.

They will show up at my door, and I will presumably be forced to open up my gun safe.

Molon Labe

“And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand? After all, you knew ahead of time that those bluecaps were out at night for no good purpose. And you could be sure ahead of time that you’d be cracking the skull of a cutthroat.”

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956

If you think Obo the Clown has been good for gun & ammo sales, just wait till Hilliary gets elected. (God forbid)

Might be a good idea to start buying now, just in case.

The expression “When guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns.” might have been coined by the illegal gangs who got the Sullivan Act passed by Tammany Hall in the first place. The New York City gangs were upset victims were firing back. So they got guns outlawed so only they would have guns. In those days the police were just one more gang. Young men would sew their coat pockets shut to prevent the police from planting evidence. HiLIARy is certainly part of a criminal gang.

“Irish Democracy”. Yes, that sounds good. I moved to Texas.

OnlyRightDissentAllowed | October 14, 2016 at 5:29 pm

Ah yes, O’Keefe. As guess people around here don’t believe in the adage” “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” It explains a lot about the mentality of the ‘truth seekers’. I almost forgot – veritas – Latin for truth. What irony!

Nope, didn’t even read the story or watch the video. O’Keefe gives sewage a good name. Sewage can be treated.

    I used to tell you to inhale and then exhale orda. We knew simple things were hard for you to do on your own. Even the signs “Insert Foot Here” in the soles of your shoes were hard for you to understand.
    Now I think it’s time you changed out the motherboard and run a virus scan.
    You’re shorting out and the smoke is fuming up the room.
    By the way, which picture is yours on the CTR files that have been on the net? Are you EKim?

      OnlyRightDissentAllowed in reply to 4fun. | October 14, 2016 at 6:53 pm

      You seem upset. Sorry to have harshed your mellow. Go watch some more phonied up & doctored O’Keefe tapes and you will get your buzz back.

      BTW, ain’t no smoke detectors going off where I am.