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Judge in Colorado Reinvents the Second Amendment

Judge in Colorado Reinvents the Second Amendment

A judge in Colorado has put a new spin on interpreting the second amendment to say that it does not give one the right to buy a firearm.  Hmm.  So, what then.  How else can we keep and bear arms without buying one?

But it is part of the never ending push to repeal the second amendment now, by endlessly obfuscating what it actually says in plain English.

"Honest people can disagree with the Founders’ decision to enshrine the Second Amendment within the Bill of Rights.


"They cannot, however, pretend that decision never happened.


"For much of the 20th Century, however, gun control activists tried to convince the public that “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms” had nothing to do with the right of individuals to keep and carry guns for their own self-protection. That charade – never convincing to anyone who could read – has been debunked by the U.S. Supreme Court no less than four times in the last 15 years. But Second Amendment denialism remains an active strain of the firearm prohibition effort, as demonstrated by a federal judge in Colorado who ruled last week that whatever the provision means, it does not include the right to buy a gun."

Federal Judge in Colorado Insists There is No Second Amendment Right to Buy a Gun

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