I refer to the extraordinary legislation passed into law by the states of Montana and Tennessee declaring that guns or ammunition manufactured and retained entirely within the borders of those states are "not subject to federal law." Apparently, similar legislation has been introduced in Texas, Alaska, Minnesota, South Carolina, Florida, Arizona and Colorado.Yet, when it comes to gun control, they openly advocate violations of the law and state constitutions:
Can a state unilaterally exempt its homemade products from the reach of federal law? Only if it is prepared to defy the United States Constitution.
On a 7 - 0 vote, the Erie City Council voted today to pass a law requiring gun owners to report lost or stolen firearms to the police. This measure will remove a commonly used alibi employed by gun traffickers and help get illegal guns off the streets. Erie joins Lancaster, Wilkinsburg, Allentown, Pottsville, Reading, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh to become the ninth municipality in Pennsylvania to pass the requirement.
Never mind the fact that Dennis can't even quote the US Constitution correctly.
So is secession the next step for all the cities the Brady Campaign supports? According to Dennis' argument it is.
What this really shows is that the Brady Bunch is desperate. They're trying to jump on the "Right Wing Extremist" bandwagon promoted by the SPLC and ADL . This is the same ploy used by Josh Sugarmann of the Violence Policy Center and Josh Horwitz of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence as their respective groups slid into irrelevance and obscurity. They are unable to persuade people with evidence or defend their claims with facts so they can only resort to smearing firearm owners with (usually inaccurate) anecdotes, half-truths and nonsense claims like that above.
It's funny in a "Disco still rules" kind of way.