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Via PJ Media:

A senator who spent New Year’s Eve tweeting every shooting that had multiple victims in 2015 is at the White House today to help President Obama craft his gun-control executive order.

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) — who tweeted as the San Bernardino terrorist attack unfolded, “Your ‘thoughts’ should be about steps to take to stop this carnage. Your ‘prayers’ should be for forgiveness if you do nothing – again” — told MSNBC today that he didn’t know what Obama had planned, but he’s sure it will be legal.

“My belief is that he is well within his powers, the executive, to simply put some parameters around existing law,” Murphy said. “Right now, existing law says that anyone who is engaged in the business of selling firearms has to conduct a background check. Well, the business of selling firearms has changed over the last 20 years. You now have individuals going to gun shows, selling firearms on the Internet, who might not have a bricks and mortar store but are essentially in the business of selling firearms just at trade shows and online.”

“And what I’ve asked the president to do, along with many of my colleagues, is to simply clarify for high-volume sellers at places like gun shows, when do you actually have to get a background check for your customers and when you don’t, and when do you not?” the senator added. “That’s simply a clarification of existing law. And I think if he does take that route of providing clarification, he’ll be on firm legal ground.”

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