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U.S.D.C. Judge Strikes Down Missouri's
'Second Amendment Preservation Act' as Unconstitutional

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Posted By: ladydawgfan, 3/7/2023 10:21:34 PM

Missouri started this battle back in 2021 when Governor Mike Parsons signed the “Second Amendment Preservation Act” (SAPA) into law. The Act’s language is quite plain, allowing local law enforcement to refuse to cooperate with any federal law enforcement action that seeks to confiscate the guns of its citizens. The law also penalizes any local LE agencies who refuse to adhere to the law. Newton County, Missouri, was the first to kick things off, and other Missouri counties followed suit. Biden’s Department of Justice, which hasn’t found a civil liberties infringement it hasn’t liked, decided it needed to oppose the State of Missouri, claiming it violated the Supremacy Clause.


Obama judge. Appeal immediately!!

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Reply 1 - Posted by: itsonlyme 3/7/2023 10:32:26 PM (No. 1419968)
Judge Brian C Wimes........appointed by Hussein
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Reply 2 - Posted by: presty 3/7/2023 10:38:28 PM (No. 1419972)
I wonder how he'd rule on all the sanctuary states and cities ignoring federal law...
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Reply 3 - Posted by: skacmar 3/7/2023 11:06:49 PM (No. 1419988)
On the bright side, the judge makes it clear that federal laws need to be followed. Now if only they would apply his logic to things like following immigration laws in sanctuary cities, border enforcement, and other illegal immigration issues...
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Reply 4 - Posted by: DVC 3/7/2023 11:39:32 PM (No. 1420011)
Middle finger to the USDC many troops does he have to force the police to do his bidding?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: 100percentTexan 3/7/2023 11:58:12 PM (No. 1420030)
Basically this judge has ruled that the Constitution is unconstitutional.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: smokincol 3/8/2023 12:35:50 AM (No. 1420044)
and. of course, Missouri's law is correct
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Reply 7 - Posted by: bigfatslob 3/8/2023 12:02:30 PM (No. 1420367)
Well, that was easy Obama's judge ruling from the bench now, enforce it.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: dwa 3/8/2023 1:02:42 PM (No. 1420426)
Looks like an affirmative action judge to me. I.E. got position because of his color rather than his intellect and knowledge of the Constitution. That would be an Obama judge.
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