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    SCOTUS decision applies to six states and those states are going to invalidate the SCOTUS decision. What we have here folks is secession. I keep saying a break up is coming. There is no way this country can stay together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rutabaga View Post
    yes, thats what was going to say,,,NO PERSON ON EARTH, DEAD OR ALIVE MEETS/HAVE MET THOSE STANDARDS.

    what a dickhead he is...
    This is exactly what is wrong with "May Issue" states which are now unconstitutional nationwide after the recent SCOTUS Ruling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinosaur View Post


    "Your social credit score is below 2.75, so we, as professionals who pledged to honor the Constitution are gonna deny you your Constitutional right to bear arms."

    YCMTSU!

    The 9th Circuit has already ruled that May Issue states are violating the constitution. There is no possible way this scheme survives a constitutional challenge.
    Legal question ... If the SCOTUS slaps down NYC, do they have to slap down Riverside County too? I kinda sorta figured, based on the past, that if the SCOTUS said "not a secondary right", then that applies to all. In my mind, anyone who actively persists in the "secondary right" policies is now a lawbreaker and has violated their oath to office to uphold and honor the Constitution. They are lawless individuals. Powerful, but still lawless.

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