Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton on Monday proposed tighter gun-control measures, including expanded background checks, and suggested that if elected she would use executive powers to achieve her goals.

Clinton also called for closing loopholes in federal laws that allow for gun-sale transactions to be completed if the buyer’s background check is not finished within three days.

Her proposals also include a repeal of legislation shielding gun manufacturers, distributors and dealers from most liability suits

Judge Andrew Napolitano explained on "The Kelly File" that 13 months before the 2016 election Clinton is already rejecting the two Supreme Court opinions that define the right to bear arms as a fundamental, personal liberty.

Judge Napolitano said Clinton's assertion that gun manufacturers, distributors and dealers could be held liable for gun violence is "radically incorrect."

He likened it to a driver blaming a car manufacturer after they got in a wreck while speeding. And he agreed that this action would basically shut down the gun industry.

"It would radically change the concept of holding people liable for their own misdeeds," Judge Napolitano said. "She wants to hold the gun manufacturers liable for the misdeeds of others. That violates something called 'due process,' a very fundamental principle in the Constitution."

He suggested she's saying this because her campaign is sinking, so she's pandering to the left-wing of the Democratic Party.

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