Rancho Humilde Execs Push for Gun Rights in Immigration Talks with Sen. Padilla
In a surprising move, executives from Rancho Humilde had a very different agenda when they met with Sen. Alex Padilla this week to discuss immigration and voting rights.
The Rancho Humilde team, led by CEO Bob Smith, instead pushed for expanded gun rights in the US. Smith argued that the current gun laws do not do enough to protect immigrants and that the US should do more to ensure that immigrants are able to protect themselves.
To emphasize his point, Smith cited a recent study that found that immigrants are far more likely to be victims of gun violence than other groups. He argued that if immigrants had access to guns, they would be better able to protect themselves.
In addition to advocating for expanded gun rights, Smith also argued that immigrants should be allowed to carry concealed weapons. He argued that this would keep them safe and allow them to better defend their rights.
Though Sen. Padilla did not outright reject Smith’s proposals, he did state that he was not sure if Congress would be willing to pass such legislation. He suggested that Smith and the Rancho Humilde team continue to push for gun rights in the US and work with local and state governments to further their cause.
It remains to be seen if Smith and the Rancho Humilde team will be successful in their efforts to expand gun rights for immigrants. However, their willingness to discuss the issue with Sen. Padilla is a positive step forward.
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