Federal Court upholds San Fran’s tough ammo ban and gun laws

“The Second Amendment protects ‘arms,’ ‘weapons,’ and ‘firearms'” -Federal Judge Sandra S. Ikuta

via Federal Court upholds San Fran’s tough ammo ban and gun laws.

The fact that a judge can say that an amendment to The United States Constitution ‘protects firearms’, shows the utter incompetence of the federal courts. The Constitution protects YOUR rights, it doesn’t even protect them, clearly, it rather tells the federal government that THEY have a responsibility to. That the reason they exist is to protect your rights.

Have you considered that? That is the purpose of the so called ‘federal government’, it’s not to ‘take care of’ this or that or us or them. It’s not to protect us or them or this or that. It’s to protect our rights and guard our liberty. But I digress…

I find it absolutely OFFENSIVE that this so called ‘judge’ says that a law is constitutional simply because it does “not destroy the Second Amendment right”. So as it relates to the law that says I can’t steal her car, as long as I steal it and don’t destroy it, I haven’t infringed on her right to her property? It’s simply idiotic.

Remember this as well; The Constitution wasn’t created to tell you what you can and can’t do. it was written to tell government what they can’t do: The right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. Not destroyed, infringed. I want to keep and bear a rifle: They can’t infringe that. I want to keep and bear a semi (or God forbid FULL) auto rifle: They can’t infringe that. I want to keep and bear defensive ammunition: They can’t infringe that.

There is not a single firearms law or ruling that has been based on the constitution in decades, it is all based on what The People of the United States let them get away with.


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