College Student Confronts Connecticut Gov. About His Gun Stance — Now He’s Been Suspended From School

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A Connecticut community college suspended a student after he approached Gov. Dannel Malloy and asked him several questions about gun control laws, according to the Daily Caller.

Saucier recorded his conversation with Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy, seen here gesturing away from the student. (Image source: YouTube)

Nicholas Saucier, a student at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield, recorded video of a conversation in October 2013 with Malloy, a Democrat, who was speaking at ACC that day. Saucier tried to get Malloy to answer questions about his support for gun control legislation, which has put Saucier’s ammunition manufacturing business in jeopardy. The conversation was halted abruptly when Malloy got into his car and left.

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