What’s Next for the Second Amendment?


by James Buchanan

Donald Trump has promised to create a system in which a concealed carry permit valid in one state will be valid in all 50 states. Ironically, one premise for doing this is the Obama regime’s insistence that a Gay marriage in one state should be valid in all 50 states. Needless to say, the Second Amendment (unlike Gay marriage) is in the actual Constitution and should not require any legal voodoo to establish it in all 50 states.

For the first hundred years of the Republic, there wasn’t much controversy about firearms ownership. If someone felt a need to carry a pistol in his pocket for self-defense, this was not seen as a serious problem. The invention of five and six shot revolvers and lever action carbines the “assault weapons” of their day, did not result in any federal laws to ban people from owning those weapons because they were “high capacity.”

The first serious controversy about firearms resulted from Diversity. Newly freed Blacks were arming themselves, and some local governments wanted to disarm the Blacks.

An article from LiveScience reports “One of the first rulings came in 1876 in U.S. v. Cruikshank. The case involved members of the Ku Klux Klan not allowing black citizens the right to standard freedoms, such as the right to assembly and the right to bear arms. As part of the ruling, the court said the right of each individual to bear arms was not granted under the Constitution. Ten years later, the court affirmed the ruling in Presser v. Illinois when it said that the Second Amendment only limited the federal government from prohibiting gun ownership, not the states.”

Liberal Democrats were notorious for passing local laws that violated the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The criminal traitor, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who provoked Japan into attacking Pearl Harbor after promising American voters he would not send their boys to war, passed the National Firearms Act of 1934, which mandated federal permits for silencers, shotguns with short barrels, rifles with short barrels and machine guns.

Democrat politicians have continued to this day to pass laws that infringe on firearm ownership and the right to bear arms –namely carrying the firearm concealed so you can use it to defend yourself.

If our government were serious about firearms ownership, FDR would have been impeached for the National Firearms Act, and any local politician, including governors and mayors, who passed a law to infringe the Second Amendment would be tried for treason and locked up in a federal penitentiary.

The LiveScience article continues “…in the District of Columbia v. Heller in 2008. The case centered on Dick Heller, a licensed special police office in Washington, D.C., who challenged the nation’s capital’s handgun ban. For the first time, the Supreme Court ruled that despite state laws, individuals who were not part of a state militia did have the right to bear arms. As part of its ruling, the court wrote, ‘The Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that arm for traditionally lawful purposes, such as self-defense within the home.'”

“The court would rule on the issue again two years later as part of McDonald v. City of Chicago, which challenged the city’s ban on private handgun ownership. In a similar 5-to-4 ruling, the court affirmed its decision in the Heller case, saying the Second Amendment “applies equally to the federal government and the states.”

Jews and liberals have succeeded in tying up our Second Amendment in the courts. Despite two clear Supreme Court rulings in favor of the Second Amendment being an individual right, the Ninth Circuit Court ignored that ruling. A Fox news article from June 2016 reports “the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in a 7-4 decision that Americans don’t have a right to carry concealed handguns for protection. Since California bans people from openly carrying guns, their decision amounted to prohibiting people from carrying guns at all (whether openly or concealed).”

If your boss makes a very clear rule, and you go completely against it, you get fired in the real world, but these arrogant liberal judges are fighting against our rights and aren’t being removed for their refusal to go along with the Supreme Court.

Trump can probably pass a bill through Congress spelling out clearly that people do have the right to carry firearms concealed for their self-defense. The Dems will no doubt filibuster this. Hopefully, the NRA has enough power to pressure some Dems to vote for it.

If a bill isn’t passed, then we’ll have to wait for the Supreme Court to make a ruling. Since Trump is president, we have a bright future in terms of gun ownership and concealed carry since all his appointments to the Supreme Court (like Neil Gorsuch) will be very pro-gun.

Liberals and Jews constantly file lawsuits challenging the Second Amendment. The Supreme Court ruled that the Second Amendment is an individual right, which any honest person could plainly see (Bill of Rights, Duh) but Jews pretend that the meaning is the complete opposite and that only police and the military have a right to bear arms. Every dictatorship in world history has given their police and military the right to bear arms! Arming only police and soldiers is not a right of the people!!!

Also, the Founding Fathers defined a “militia” as all White males between the ages of 18 and 45, which should make it obvious that they meant for the Right to be a universal one for American citizens. The mentioning of the “militia” in the Second Amendment was intended to emphasize the importance of widespread gun ownership for national security. It was NEVER intended to restrict firearm ownership only to the militia which is proven by the fact that the government did not confiscate firearms from people over 45 years old or ban women from owning guns.

This is what happens when a nation lets these filthy Jews in. They don’t feel comfortable being around White people and don’t want us to have any power or even the ability to defend ourselves.

Just look at New York and California, the two states with the largest Jewish populations. The Bill of Rights is severely restricted in both states!!


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