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The Supreme Court is going to take up the bump stock ban this session! Mark Smith talks in detail about it below and believes it could also mean the end of the "new" pistol brace ruling by the ATF. Going to be an interesting 2024 in regards to Second Amendment Rights and very hopeful for good news.

In other news today the Illinois AWB was upheld by a 3 judge panel 2-1 on the US 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Todd Vadermyde is saying in his video today he believes that will be appealed directly to SCOTUS rather than en banc hearing at the 7th.

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Really wish some of these SCOTUS decisions would include some teeth to personally bankrupt and prosecute politicians who ignore them, either in spirit or letter. I can see ATF getting crushed in this, but states and cities ignoring it and trying to go after gun owners with their own laws and police.
 
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Really wish some of these SCOTUS decisions would include some teeth to personally bankrupt and prosecute politicians who ignore them, either in spirit or letter. I can see ATF getting crushed in this, but states and cities ignoring it and trying to go after gun owners with their own laws and police.


I understand but not really the purpose of SCOTUS which is to interpret laws as Constitutional or not but not enforcement per se. The party that runs the blue states has a long history of abuse of power when it comes to it's citizens and their civil rights. Hopefully they will get tired of eventually paying many massive settlements for continuing to ignore the law. Hopefully soon SCOTUS will put more clarity on bans on "assault weapons" and magazine bans. Word is that Illinois AWB is going to be appealed to SCOTUS very soon. Also the 9th Circuit Court of appeals recently gave SCOTUS their temper tantrum middle finger with their corrupt ways about the recent GVR'd California magazine ban Miller v Bonta.
 
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I would very much like it if they addressed the SBR and SBS provisions in the NFA and ruled them (among other parts) to be unconstitutional. That would put an end to much of the ATF's BS.




Thank you President Trump.
 
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I understand but not really the purpose of SCOTUS which is to interpret laws as Constitutional or not but not enforcement per se. T


I agree. But I bet a lot of states have laws that make some officials personally liable for bad faith actions. And it'd be nice to see some of them cited in SCOTUS majority decisions, you know, to encourage some lawsuits against those pols and bureaucrats.
 
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Mark Smith reporting update on the bump stock ban case. He feels there will be a good decision coming out for this reading the tea leaves which we should hear more of soon now that this session of SCOTUS is wrapping up. Apparently John Roberts has sided with the three leftist justices. Roll Eyes

 
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