There has been growing pressure on the U.S. from other countries demanding the implementation of stricter gun control, but that is unlikely to sway the current Congress from its stance.
However, should Democrats regain control of the Senate in November, there could very well be a small window of opportunity for Obama to try to ram the ATT through for ratification between the time the new Congress is sworn in on Jan. 3. and he leaves office on Jan. 20.

One thing is certain: If Obama fails to achieve ratification of the ATT but is succeeded by Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, ratifying that treaty would be near the top of her anti-gun agenda.

BREAKING: Obama Launches Plan for UN Gun Take Over During Last Days Before Election

He can’t be allowed to do this.