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Where's My 4D Chess? SCOTUS Passes On All 2nd Amendment Cases

Where's My 4D Chess? SCOTUS Passes On All 2nd Amendment Cases
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According to several D.C. news outlets, the Supreme Court of the United States passed on a dozen cases pertaining to infringements on the 2nd Amendment. Did these cases involve the true intent of the 2nd Amendment which is that the citizenry is to possess the same arms as the military as a check against tyranny? Nope. Some of these were cases involve draconian laws in New Jersey, New York and elsewhere on issues which involve clear infringements such as the transporting firearms outside of your property. The Supreme Court wouldn’t even accept “no brainer” cases which clearly infringe upon citizen’s rights. Still dreaming about a repeal of the 1934 National Firearms Act? Still think there is some future Supreme Court appointee who would like to strike down California’s “assault weapons" ban or New York draconian gun laws? Think that Trump has some secret 4D-chess strategy to reestablish the 2A? Don’t hold your breath.

SCJ Gorsuch is just fine with the anti-2nd Amendment restrictions in the 1934 NFA, and SCJ Kavanaugh would rather rule on legal precedent (current law) instead of Founding Father’s intent – they publicly stated these views. If these are President Trump’s saviors for the 2nd Amendment, expect us to follow Canada in a decade or two regarding firearms rights. Those in Washington D.C. (even your favorite Republican heroes) are showing yet again they are very good at lip service but not good at recognizing God-given rights.

For more information on the cases which were up for consideration, please read David Codrea’s story ‘Second Amendment Cases' Before SCOTUS Bypass Core Purpose.'

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