It isn't surprising that the League of Liberal Women Voters would offer their opinion on Rep. Michael Paymar's bills to strip law-abiding Minnesotans ability to defend themselves. In fact, it's in keeping with the League's anti-citizen agenda.
What's stunning, though, is Mary Lewis-Grow's comment:
Although you see a lot of people in this room, and you saw a lot of people in this room yesterday and the day before, they don't represent the majority of the voters in this state. And the voters have made this very clear.
That statement isn't credible. If this was as lopsided as Ms. Lewis-Grow thinks, the DFL would've been voting on these bills and pressuring Republican legislators to get on the right side of this issue.
Clearly, that isn't happening. All the speculation thus far has been about how many rural DFL legislators Rep. Paymar might lose in a floor vote.