Hillary Clinton’s hot new hot sauce: gun control.

Stumping in Philadelphia just before her 56 percent sweep in the Pennsylvania Democratic primary election yesterday, Hillary nodded along with a supporter who wanted to make sure that she would issue executive orders limiting Americans’ ownership of firearms, InfoWars reports

Hillary nodded in agreement before the man asserted, “We need executive powers that say we will fight for life and will not kowtow to the sons and daughters of Charlton Heston. We can’t kowtow to the sons and daughters of Charlton Heston.”

“We must have a greater voice. Thank you for coming and I will elect you,” concluded the man.

“Whoa…let the congregation say, ‘Amen,'” responded Hillary.

And if saying “Amen” to dissing Moses wasn’t enough, Hillary dispatched daughter Chelsea to Maryland, (which also held a Hillary-sweeping Democratic primary yesterday) to dance on the grave of the recently deceased Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, author of the District of Columbia vs. Heller decision that affirmed the Second Amendment right of individuals to own firearms:

“…With Justice Scalia on the bench, one of the few areas where the Court actually had an inconsistent record relates to gun control,” Clinton said…

“So if you listen to Moms Demand Action and the Brady Campaign and the major efforts pushing for smart, sensible and enforceable gun control across our country, disclosure, have endorsed my mom, they say they believe the next time the Court rules on gun control, it will make a definitive ruling,” Clinton said. “So it matters to me that my mom is the only person running for president who not only constantly makes that connection but also has a strong record on gun control and standing up to the NRA.”…

Wow—that’s two branches of government—executive and judicial—that Hillary plans to harness in her war against guns. That leaves only the third branch, Congress, potentially out of her control. But two out of three isn’t bad.

But it might be a good idea for Hillary to watch it lest her campaign backfire, so to speak. Forbes contributor Frank Miniter writes:

The last candidate to make gun control a central plank in a presidential campaign was Al Gore. His experience is worth remembering….

Gore had put his finger in the political winds and decided America was turning against gun rights. Gore talked about gun registration and more bans (the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban was then in effect). He loudly participated in a march against gun rights under the banners of Handgun Control, Inc. in Washington, D.C.

During this time the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) membership spiked. Darren LaSorte, a former NRA lobbyist who in 2000 was the NRA’s state liaison in Gore’s home state of Tennessee, told me: “I saw a shift happen firsthand in Tennessee. The voters there turned against him largely because of the gun issue.” That November Gore lost his home state. If he’d carried Tennessee there wouldn’t have been a “hanging chad” controversy in Florida because Gore would have won the presidency.

So packing heat against lawful gun ownership might have been a smart strategy for Hillary in picking up primary votes in the liberal Northeast—but there’s a less forgiving general election that she’s got to face.