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Shall not be infringed.  It’s really extremely simple to understand, is it not?

I don’t know that there are clearer words written in any government paragraph or parable anywhere in the world.  And this isn’t the rantings of some interpreting judge either; this is the word of the Founding Fathers, directly from their pen.

Yet still, the liberal left pushes ordinances, regulations, guidelines, legislation, suggestions, and, let’s face it, infringements on our Second Amendment nearly every day.  Some of the more egregious of these actions have come in the form of so-called “red flag” laws in which guns can be confiscated from an “innocent until proven guilty” party.

This, folks, is a backdoor into the kitchen of tyranny.

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Now, one New York lawmaker and avid supporter of the Second Amendment is feeling the wrath of just such an injustice.

U.S. Rep. Chris Collins, a Republican from New York’s 27th district, must turn over his firearms to the Erie County Sheriff’s Office within 14 days of his Aug. 8 arraignment in federal court, according to a report from The Buffalo News.

“Congressman Collins has been cooperative and compliant with the federal court order,” Scott Zylka, a spokesman for Sheriff Timothy Howard, told the newspaper Thursday.

Collins, his son Cameron Collins, and his son’s future father-in-law, Stephen Zarsky, face conspiracy charges after prosecutors allege the latter two men sold off stock in Innate Immunotherapeutics Limited — an Australian biotechnology company developing a new drug to treat secondary multiple sclerosis — after the congressman got word of its failed drug trial before the news became public.

Similar laws appear on the books in states such as Florida as well, and have been proposed en masse by liberal lawmakers in the aftermath of several mass shootings around the nation.

 

 

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