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The liberal let just cannot get it through their heads that a great majority of the nation is in favor of the Second Amendment, and no amount of political wrangling is going to change that.

Furthermore, and in one of the most stunning ironies of the entire “resistance” movement, is the fact that there are radicalized leftists out there who are ready and willing to start a revolution or incite a coup.  I’m not sure if the plan is to just throw “safe spaces” and avocados at the White House, but I’m pretty sure that the only real chance at overthrowing a democratically elected President would likely include the right to bear arms.

But, no one is accusing the liberal logic of being logical.

Now, just a day before our Second Amendment was due for a massive boost from a ruling on 3D printed guns, the democratic contingent who despise the right to bear arms are taking the issue to court.

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The Washington attorney general announced a multi-state lawsuit Monday against the Trump administration for allowing the public to download blueprints to 3-D print guns.

Bob Ferguson, the Democratic attorney general for Washington state, announced the lawsuit at a Monday morning press conference in Seattle. Eight states, including Washington, Pennsylvania and New York, and the District of Columbia said they are suing the administration over the decision to allow blueprints for 3-D printed guns to be released online Aug. 1.

“I have a question for the Trump Administration,” Ferguson said, according to a press release. “Why are you allowing dangerous criminals easy access to weapons? These downloadable guns are unregistered and very difficult to detect, even with metal detectors, and will be available to anyone regardless of age, mental health or criminal history. If the Trump Administration won’t keep us safe, we will.”

What part of “shall not be infringed” is unclear, folks?

I suppose that we will just need to wait and see what moves are made in the next day in order to secure this pro-liberty ruling from becoming a reality.

 

 

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