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Care about your 2nd Amendment rights? Vote Tuesday to protect them.

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The adamant anti-gun group Everytown for Gun Safety Victory Fund has endorsed the Biden-Harris ticket in the 2020 campaign. They say they have a plan to end gun violence – which would limit 2nd Amendment rights.

Here's what the NRA-ILA' website has to say about the November 3rd election:

While discussion of the Second Amendment and gun control have been noticeably absent from the presidential debates and mainstream media coverage, gun rights are without a doubt on the ballot tomorrow.

On no other issue do the candidates stand in such stark contrast.

President Trump has been a strong defender of the right to keep and bear arms, but Joe Biden wants to destroy the Second Amendment.

This may sound like hyperbole, but Biden’s 47-year history on guns leaves little question as to his position on Americans’ fundamental right to self-defense.

A simple examination of the gun policy page on the Biden campaign’s website reveals that there isn’t a single gun control policy that he doesn’t support.

More HERE.

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  1. Judge Amy Coney Barrett dissent in Barr v Kanter (2019) Second Amendment argument acquiesced to 42 references to “person/s”. Her Second Amendment, “textualism” approach having zero reference to “person/s. Judge Barrett’s view only recognizes “person/s” in Barr and her refusal to acknowledge, recognize or connect the U.S. Constitution benchmark legislative interpretive precept of “person/s,” to the Second Amendment, referenced 49 times in our Constitution. Questioning Judge Barrett’s judgment runs in conflict with her view of the Barr v Kanter and not applying her viewpoint of “person/s” to the Second Amendment.