Actually this is part of the issue, this is the stench around him.
Koch brothers have interests that are not in alignment with the vast majority of American citizens, and most certainly not the citizens who vote for the GOP. There is nothing wrong with a think tank, or any policy group, what matters is which set of interests and citizens the group is representing.
Think about what the standard you laid out is, you’re saying if you can technically make something constitutional, that means you’re OK pursuing it. So what is missing? IDK, actually representing the citizenry in the policy process? Nobody will actually be saved because a bureaucratic process confiscated our weapons, the cost exceeds the extremely limited… almost nonexistent …benefit.
So who wants action in this direction? Our enemies? The people that didn’t even elect you as representatives? So who is representing us? How can we help you make something the citizenry could swallow? For example, if gun free zones were addressed with real teeth in a policy, then technically constitutional might indeed be good enough… do you see what I’m getting at here? What matters is the interests you’re representing, and not representing the citizenry is why we’re angry at Crenshaw.
You need to actually address the problem for us to ever consider a reform, you cannot just get a little bit of what our enemies want, that is called appeasement. Can that be done? No? Then nothing it is. Who is heartless? The progressives, for intentionally putting citizens in killing zones, so they can politically exploit mass shooting victims.