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Second Amendment Law in Missouri Struck Down

Second Amendment Law in Missouri Struck Down

There have been some states over the last few years passing their own second amendment laws attempting to restrict enforcement of Federal gun control laws.  The second, ninth and tenth amendment prohibit gun control.

Arizona has passed a couple as well.  I will not get into all of it, I will let you do your own research.  But the Second Amendment does say this:

". . . the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."

It does not say:

' . . .the right of the people to keep and bear certain arms shall not be infringed, once various changing permissions to be enumerated by Congress have been granted.'

You see what I did there.  I am not wrong.

"A Missouri law that would have penalized police for enforcing federal gun laws was ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge Tuesday, handing a win to the Biden administration Department of Justice that filed suit against the law last year.

The DOJ alleged the law was undermining federal drug and weapons investigators by placing heavy fines of up to $50,000 on police departments if they “infringed” on Missourians’ Second Amendment rights by following any federal laws.

The Second Amendment Preservation Act (SAPA) was ruled “invalid, null, void and of no effect” by U.S. District Court Judge Brian Wimes, an Obama appointee."

Federal Judge Sides with Biden Admin, Ruling Missouri Second Amendment Law ‘Unconstitutional’

Below is the actual ruling:

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