Trevor Noah honestly believes that protecting one piece of paper is more important to Americans than other people’s lives.
The Senate’s progress on the bipartisan firearm security charge was explored by “The Daily Show” on Wednesday. The bill aims to close the “sweetheart proviso,” which prevents accomplices from purchasing firearms if they have been sentenced for violent behavior at home, further develop historical verifications for people between the ages of 18 and 21, provide encouragement to states that pass “warning” regulations, and further develop historical verifications for people between the ages of 18 and 21.
The regulation high level in the Senate after mass shootings killed general store customers in Buffalo, New York and understudies in Uvalde, Texas in May. In any case, that didn’t prevent Noah from taunting Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) for guaranteeing the bill was “completely maintaining the Second Amendment.”
“Goodness, I concur with Sen. Mitch McConnell. Say thanks to God the valuable Second Amendment has been safeguarded. Goodness indeed, I mean I’m totally supportive of safeguarding kids yet the Second Amendment. Gracious, have you seen that little face? Have you seen it? Whose Second Amendment are you?Whose Second Amendment would you say you are? You’re not kidding,” Noah kidded. “Some of the time I feel like Americans need to safeguard the Constitution more than they need to safeguard the Americans the Constitution should secure.”