“Florida recently passed restrictive gun laws that were enacted by emotional mob rule resulting from an intellectually dishonest debate. It was dishonest because it purports to prevent future murders through legislation, something that God Himself hasn’t achieved. It was mob rule because our legislators refused to debate facts over emotions.”—Mike Hill
Students Murdered @ school in 2017
- Will Democrats raise the age to 21 to purchase a vehicle?
- Will Democrats raise the age to purchase a cell phone?
- Will Democrats declare vehicle-free zones at schools?
Die From Excessive Drinking Annually
Die From Texting and Driving Annually
Die From Underage DUI Incidents Annually
Die From Vehicle Accidents Annually
Democrats want us to think we have a gun problem when in reality we have a violence problem. Violence comes from the heart and will occur regardless of the tool used. The solution isn’t to remove the tool from the hands of the innocent. It’s to change the heart of the guilty.— Homeschool Mom
Reported Incidents of Violence at Schools in 2014
Of all Teachers Reported Being Assaulted by a Student in 2014
Sexual Assaults Including Rape at Schools in 2014
Democrats want you to believe that AR-15s are the number 1 cause of homicides in the USA. NOT EVEN CLOSE— Law Abiding Citizens Everywhere
Murders in 2016
Killed by a Knife
Killed by a Fist or Foot
Killed by "Other" Object
Or fewer killed by AR-15 (Estimated)
Students Murdered at Schools With a Gun Annually on Average
The hypocrisy is real and so is the problem. We cannot devise a solution if we’re having the wrong debate.
Americans Killed by Alcohol Annually
People are Killed Annually Involving a School Vehicle
Infected with AIDS Virus DAILY
Every 50 Minutes Someone Dies from a DUI Incident
Mike Hill Pledges to Repeal Part of Florida’s New Gun Laws
Pensacola, April 10, 2018: Mike Hill, candidate for Florida House of Representatives district 1, announced his intention to repeal portions of FL SB 7026. Hill said of the bill that, “Florida recently passed restrictive gun laws that were enacted by emotional mob rule resulting from an intellectually dishonest debate. It was dishonest because it purports to prevent future murders through legislation, something that God Himself hasn’t achieved. It was mob rule because our legislators refused to debate facts over emotions.”
Hill said, “In 2017 there were 15 students killed by gunfire on public school grounds and Democrats used this to justify the theft of our constitutional rights in their legislative agendas.” He then compared the deaths of students killed by firearms to other causes of death such as texting and driving, which claim the lives of 300 teens annually. He said that 3,500 teens die annually from vehicle related incidents and wondered if the Florida legislature would use those deaths to deny the tens-of-thousands of other teen drivers in our state from owning a vehicle until they are 21.
Hill stated, “There is one statistic which truly demonstrates the hypocrisy of this legislation: 128 people are killed annually by a school transportation vehicle. Will the New Democrat Party now call for bus-free zones?”
Mike Hill aims to repeal the higher age limit and three-day waiting rule just passed in SB 7026. He also voiced great concern over the wording of what constitutes a bump stock. The bill defines a bump stock as, “a conversion kit, a tool, an accessory, or a device used to alter the rate of fire of a firearm to mimic automatic weapon fire or which is used to increase the rate of fire to a faster rate than is possible for a person to fire such semiautomatic firearm unassisted by a kit, a tool, an accessory, or a device.” Hill firmly believes this wording will be construed by an activist judge to mean that any OEM part replaced on a weapon that causes the firearm to fire faster or easier will be in violation of this new law.
Mike Hill isn’t just interested in getting elected. He has a burning passion to educate the 6 million Florida households about the truth of the gun control debate. Hill’s campaign is gearing up to reach the entire state with postcards as well as online social media ads.