I lived in San Jose, Calif., (about 30 miles south of San Francisco) in 1978. On Nov. 27of that year a former San Francisco supervisor named Dan White assassinated Mayor George Mascone and San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk with a .357 caliber handgun. Immediately, Dianne Feinstein became mayor of San Francisco because she had been president of the San Francisco County Board of Supervisors, next in line to become mayor.
Within hours of becoming mayor she called for a ban on assault weapons even though the murders of Mascone and Milk were committed with a handgun. That puzzled me at the time but now, after the terrible murders committed in Connecticut by handguns, she again is calling for a ban on assault weapons. She seems to be fixated on banning assault weapons now and down the road overturning the Second Amendment altogether.
Watch out for this lady; she's not playing with a full deck.