After Supreme Court Ends Gun Ban – Democrat Makes This Blatantly Stupid Claim

The Democratic Party is flipping out about recent decisions made by the conservative Supreme Court. Some of these rulings have shattered Democrats’ beloved priorities. The court overturned abortion practices that have been in place for the past fifty years. Many of these decisions have been damaging to the Democratic Party, and they are doing anything to stop this trend.

Recently, the court issued a ruling that overturned a decision by Trump to ban bump stocks for firearms. Many believed that Trump implemented this rule under pressure, rather than because it was the right thing to do. Last week, a court decision overturned this executive order, causing concern among Democrats. There is potential for more legal challenges to this Democratic holy grail. Now, a senator is making a wildy idiotic statement about the situation.

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) said in a Sunday interview the Supreme Court seems poised “to fundamentally rewrite” the Second Amendment and raised concerns about the high court’s decision to strike down the Trump-era ban on bump stocks…

Murphy’s biggest concern, he said, “is that this Supreme Court has been signaling, in some of their decisions on guns, that they are readying to fundamentally rewrite the Second Amendment and take away permanently the ability of Congress to do simple things, like require people to go through a background check or move forward on taking dangerous weapons like AR-15s off of the streets.” [Source: The Hill]

Apparently, Chris Murphy thinks only AR-15s are “dangerous weapons.” Um… hey, Chris? All guns are “dangerous weapons.” That’s the point. They give law-abiding citizens the power to protect themselves from very dangerous people or situations.

Otherwise… they are useless. The Democrat senator claimed the Supreme Court was going to “fundamentally rewrite” the Second Amendment. He doesn’t make a lot of sense, given how short the Second Amendment actually is. All it says is that Congress can’t infringe on Americans’ right to bear arms.

He said this after the court overturned a ban on bump stocks. That ban has only been in effect for a few years. Before that, they were not illegal. So, how is the court “rewriting” the Second Amendment by simply overturning an order from Trump’s White House?

Democrats in Congress have “fundamentally” been rewriting that amendment for decades. They’ve added more burdens to the right to bear arms. They have forced Americans to jump through many hoops just to purchase a firearm. And in many states, buying a firearms is so difficult, many don’t even bother.

It seems the Supreme Court is restoring the Second Amenmdent, after Congress has tried so hard to water it down. Chris Murphy knows that full well. What he is suggesting—background checks and banning certain firearms—are measures that undermine the very purpose of the amendment.

Author: Bo Dogan


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