Secretary of State John Kerry plans to sign a controversial U.N. treaty on arms regulation on Wednesday, a senior State Department official told Fox News — despite warnings from lawmakers that the Senate will not ratify the agreement.
Part of the treaty specifies that signatory states attempt to curb illegal gun sales in their own country. That could certainly lead to requiring “universal background checks” on transfers, even between father and son, and gun registration. Criminals will, of course, ignore any such laws.
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