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➡ Guns & Gadgets 2nd Amendment News talks about how Missouri passed a law in 2022 to protect its citizens’ Second Amendment rights, preventing the federal government from using state resources to infringe on these rights. The law faced opposition from the Biden administration and was challenged in court for allegedly violating the Constitution’s supremacy clause. Despite the Supreme Court’s refusal to hear the case, Missouri continues to defend its law, arguing it upholds the 10th Amendment, which reserves powers not delegated to the federal government to the states or the people. The case is currently being reviewed by the 8th Circuit US Court of Appeals.


Hey, guys, checking back in. Hope everybody is great. Got some good news. Big update on a case that we should all be paying attention to. And that’s over in Missouri. And that is, I’ve done a couple of videos on it. But for those who are new to the channel, Missouri in 2022 passed the Second Amendment Preservation act. And what that said was the federal government could not tap into any state resources, local, city, county, sheriffs, anything to do what they do, and that is to infringe on the Second Amendment.

So the law said any officer who knowingly helped the federal government violate a Missouri citizen’s second amendment rights could be sued civilly, which means it comes out of their pocket for $50,000 for each occurrence and then not be employable and stuff like that. It was a phenomenal law, and a couple of other states have followed suit. In fact, Tennessee has one very similar in the process right now.

Hope it passes. Being as it was the first in the nation, Missouri’s Sapa law pissed off the Joe Biden administration. So the feds, the Department of Justice, sued Missouri trying to eliminate the Sapa law, saying that it violated the Constitution’s supremacy clause. So it’s gone back and forth. It was overturned, it was reinstated. Missouri appealed to the Supreme Court to jump in, and the Supreme Court denied to take the case.

Again. It’s very rare that they take any case until there’s a final judgment. However, in the dissent, Clarence Thomas said that if they had taken up the case, he would have reinstituted Missouri’s law. Missouri’s argument is, hey, we’re trying to protect our citizens Second Amendment rights that the constitution says. Plus our 10th amendment to the US Constitution says clearly any power that is not specifically delegated to the federal government in the constitution is reserved to the states or to the people.

So Missouri is taking that for what it says, and they’re trying to protect the citizens of Missouri. I’m going to show you a couple quick quotes from the attorney general out of Missouri, because on Friday, he was before the 8th Circuit US Court of Appeals three judge panel trying to tell them, hey, the feds are trying to violate the Constitution, specifically the 10th Amendment, and telling states what laws they can pass when clearly the founding fathers valued each individual’s state’s powers.

A couple of quick things I’m going to show you. And we’ll be back to wrap it up. Here’s a quote from Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey. The Second Amendment Preservation act is about protecting our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. But it’s also a codification of the anticommondeering doctrine from the 10th Amendment to the United States Constitution. The federal government may not use state law enforcement or the apparatus of the state or its political subdivisions to enforce unconstitutional statutes and rules.

He also said, our founding fathers are rolling over in their graves. Founding fathers would have understood that states are guarantors of individual liberties. Biden’s Department of Justice rejects that text, history and tradition of the United States Constitution. Bailey went on to say that the line of questioning from the three judges in this panel led him to believe that they were kind of doubting the Department of Justice’s angle here.

And he also did note that the three judges were a George W. Appointee, a George H. W. Appointee, and a Barack Obama appointee. And in the following questions, he did say that if these three judges did not render a favorable ruling for Missouri, that it was his constitutional duty to protect his citizens’rights. And he would appeal on bank and then ultimately to the Supreme Court. This guys and gals is a huge case.

Even if you don’t live in Missouri, this case is telling the anti freedom beings that are within Congress, the ones that are actually controlling the country, that, you know what, we’ve had enough in this state and a couple others that have passed SaPa laws, we will stand against your tyranny. And that’s huge. Now, I am, as you know, if you’ve been here for a while, I am one that says that those rules, avenues and laws are already there.

They were there from the founding. But it is good to see that Missouri is stepping up specifically to hit people in the pocket if they help the feds violate the rights of their citizens. I love this law. I really do. A couple other states, like I said, have passed it. A couple of the states are attempting to right now, and that’s sending a big sign, a big notice, to not just the Joe Biden administration, but all the administrations past and future that are favorable to restricting the Second Amendment.

That’s an infringement. Any instrictment, any restriction is an infringement. And I also want to say that I was at the two way Freedom fest this weekend in Florida and was talking with one of the speakers who said that every two years, every session of Congress is two years. Every two years, we pass millions of words as new laws and new rules, further restricting and chipping away at the original, the Constitution.

And that made me think of things a little bit differently. Why would we be favorable to passing more and more and more rules when we are supposed to be free and free and free and have individual liberties. I hope that wakes you guys and gals up a little bit because that did to me. But I think Missouri is on the right path. Good on the attorney general for saying I am going to go all the way to the top on this one and the other states that have passed Sapa laws and the states that are hopefully passing it this session.

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