When The Second Amendment Is A Privilege, Not A Right
By Cam Edwards
I know the site’s been a little Beto-heavy today, but I promise, he’s not the only topic on today’s Bearing Arms’ Cam & Co. We do discuss last night’s Democratic debate, as well as O’Rourke saying today that law enforcement would come to the homes of those gun owners who didn’t comply with his proposed ban and mandatory turn-in program, but there’s so much more.
Jim Wallace of the Gun Owners Action League in Massachusetts joins me as well to talk about the 84-Year Old retired police officer, veteran, and school crossing guard who had his firearms seized after a waitress overheard him complaining about the actions of a school resource officer and told police he was making a threat. As Wallace explains, even though the Supreme Court decision in Heller that recognized the individual right to keep and bear arms was handed down more than a decade ago, in Massachusetts you don’t really have a right to keep and bear arms at all. Under the state’s current law, a police chief can remove your ability to legally possess a firearm by declaring you to be “unsuitable”, and …Read the Rest
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