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In this latest battle against the inalienable right of Americans to bear arms, the liberal left is pulling out all the stops, and not missing an opportunity to attack the Constitution from every angle.

The left has always used emotion as a tool in their fight to wholly ban the sales, possession, or mention of firearms, and February’s Parkland, Florida shooting has provided them with all of the heart-string-tugging ammunition that they needed.

In a bid to try something new this time around, the left truly attempted to create a financial revolution against the Second Amendment.  The problem is that it is working fairly well, as major banks and lenders have, at least publicly, begun to discriminate against gun-based companies.  Even retailers have been adversely affected, with companies such as Dick’s and Walmart succumbing to liberal pressure and altering their gun sales protocols to appease these lunatics.

Now, and even more bizarre bit of Second Amendment resistance is arriving on the horizon in the form of a heavy statement from the American Medical Association.

The American Medical Association (AMA), the US’s largest physician group, officially endorsed a variety of gun control measures on Tuesday.

According to Lindsey Tanner at the Associated Press, the AMA, which represents nearly a quarter of the US’s physicians, backed several new gun laws at its annual policy meeting. Here are some examples, from the AP:

  • A minimum age requirement of 21 to own or buy guns and ammo
  • Licensing and safety course requirements for gun owners
  • Registration requirements for all firearms
  • Closing loopholes that allow people with a legal history of domestic abuse to buy or own guns
  • Measures that allow courts, upon a relative’s request, to remove guns from homes in which a person is imminently violent or suicidal
  • Better training of doctors on screening suicide risk

Support for the policy platform was overwhelming — with a vote of 446 to 99 that included backing from some doctors who own guns, according to the AP.

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This is not the first time that the AMA has gotten involved in the useless debate over the Second Amendment, with their previous forays into the firearm fight also ending in predictably progressive pontification.



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