On Thursday Feb. 2, we met Sen. Lynwood Lewis for the first time in eight years. We have been trying to meet him every year. Some years we have had appointments “disappear,” and other years we wait for hours while people go in and out with no appointments.
I caught up with him in the hallway several times and finally got an appointment. We asked his stance on these issues as follows:
Gun rights: He admitted he keeps on popping up in a different place, he votes for some gun bills and against others. It sounds like playing whack-a-mole. To the Constitution saying “the right to bear arms shall not be infringed” (which we defined as you can’t touch it), he replied, “It’s not really meant that way.”
Election integrity: He said, there’s “No fraud at all” and we have a “safe and secure election.”
When life begins: He said, “I have to look up the medical definition.”
Medical freedom: He said, that COVID-19 vaccines are “safe and effective” and that e...
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