Congresswoman Proposes $2K Credit for 'Assault Weapon' Turn-In

Hand in some piece of junk and buy yourself two or three AK clones


U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro has introduced legislation aimed to curb gun violence by creating a tax credit to encourage people to turn-in assault weapons to state or local police.

"Let us be clear. Assault weapons are not about hunting or even self-defense and they should be off the streets," DeLauro said of her proposed Support Assault Firearm Elimination and Reduction for our (SAFER) Street Act. "There is no reason on Earth, other than to kill as many people as possible in a very short period of time, that anyone needs a gun designed for military purposes."