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Gabriella Hoffman: Disabled Gun Owners Should Not Be Disarmed

In The Washington Times, writer Gabriella Hoffman discusses government efforts to disarm disabled Americans. Bureaucrats view the disabled as being unable to be self-sufficient without government assistance, and housing complexes receiving Section 8 aid view firearms as a safety threat. She details the case of retired police officer Harvey Lembo of Rockland, Maine, confined to a wheelchair. He has been burglarized six times in the last six years. He bought a gun and shot an intruder in self-defense after the suspect broke into his home looking for painkillers. Lembo now faces eviction for owning the firearm. He and the NRA have filed a lawsuit against the action as a violation of state firearms preemption law. In addition, Maine legislators have introduced a bill that would specifically protect the rights of gun owners like Lembo. Originally aired on Cam & Co 03/01/16.

Tuesday: John Cardillo, The John Cardillo Show; Kurt Liske, Iowa Firearms Coalition; Lars Dalseide, NRA-ILA; Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer of Missouri; Gabriella Hoffman, Counter Cultured; Brian Lilley, The Rebel and The Blaze; Stephen Kruiser, PJ Media.

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