“When I’m elected President I’m willing to take executive action,” Harris said Saturday. She later stated that she sent cops to doors to confiscate guns of people on lists.
While speaking at a union forum on Saturday, following the mass shooting in El Paso, presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris [D-CA] spoke about her plans to use executive action to impose “reasonable gun safety.”
Midway through her question and answer session, DC Examiner‘s Kerry Picket asked Harris if her plan would include legal gun owner databases or gun confiscation via law enforcement visits to residents who own banned firearms, she replied, “I’m actually prepared to take executive action to put in place rules that improve this situation.”
When she was California’s attorney general, Harris did order a statewide sweep “to remove guns, firearms and other weapons from those prohibited by law from possessing them.”
Ironically, Harris is a registered gun owner.
“I am a gun owner, and I own a gun for probably the reason a lot of people do — for personal safety,” Harris said in April.