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Chinese Agent Gene Wu [D-137] wants Gun Registration for Texans
They’re not sending their best.
Democrat State Representative Wú Yuánzhī (aka Eugene) appeared in a pre-recorded interview in which the Houston lawmaker once again spouted Sino-supremacist talking points about taking guns away from Americans, presumably so America can be more like China.
Wu seemed to have a hard time speaking coherently, which may indicate a vaccine-related brain injury. You can view Wu talk about his plan to force us all to eat our pets and bow to Emperor Xi here.
Wu falsely claims that recent laws passed by Texas Republicans have made it easier for Texans to obtain a firearm. This is false, as the price of firearms has increased several times over the last 20 years due to communist gun grabbers getting elected in the US and threatening to take American’s guns, causing the public to panic buy. Republicans have done little to nothing to alleviate the exorbitant price of exercising your basic rights.
Wu tries to cite some statistics, but it gets very confusing. He says gun deaths have increased 5%, Abbott did 66%? I’m not Asian, so I can’t follow along with this all this complicated math.
Wu, who’s real name isn’t even a word (it’s 吳元之) said that he’s going to do “universal background checks” to prevent me from selling firearms in retail parking lots.
Universal background checks means universal firearm registration. In other words, a mandatory registration of all firearms by the government.
To be fair, Wu may not actually be working for the Chinese government. He may be working for the Mexican drug cartels, as they would benefit the most from Texans being disarmed under Gene Wu’s Great Leap Forward Gun Control Plan.
Why does he want to do this? I don’t want to eat my dog. I don’t want the cartels to rule over me. I don’t want to be gay and drive a Chinese battery car. I just want to be American (and possibly a Confederate.)
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