by Paul Bois
Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) said the media had the full text of the latest gun control bill before the senate had a chance to review it.
Speaking with Glenn Beck of BlazeTV, Lee said the rollout of the bill was the “Senate operating at its worst,” noting that it prevented others from adding amendments. The U.S. Senate ultimately voted 64 to 34 in favor of the bill that sought to expand background checks for those purchasing firearms under the age of 21, as well as to create financial incentives for states to impose their own red flag laws. Fourteen Republican senators voted with the Democrats to pass the bill.
According to Lee, Republicans were basically asked to take a blind vote on the bill without actually reading it. Lee told Beck:…