This video shows why it is the other way around, Mr. Vice President. The system hopes to use the public’s ignorance to restrict the 2nd Amendment.
Joe Biden says women need a shot gun not an ar15 this is why it is the other way around.
Biden: I know ‘gruesome’ details from Sandy Hook that I can’t share
“Twenty innocent babies riddled – riddled with bullet holes – were the press not here, I could tell you what is not public yet about how gruesome it was,” Biden said, revealing that he spoke to State Troopers about the investigation.
Biden insisted that the emotional impact of the Sandy Hook massacre had changed the public mood on gun control. “The excuse that its too politically risky to act, is no longer acceptable,” Biden said.
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I know ‘gruesome’ details from Sandy Hook that I can’t share
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Court to consider whether speedy approval of NY gun controls violated constitution
A New York state judge agreed Friday to consider whether the state’s tough new gun restrictions were rushed into law in violation of the state constitution.
State Supreme Court Justice Gerald Connolly signed an order granting the request for a hearing by plaintiffs who are challenging Gov. Andrew Cuomo‘s decision to waive the three-day review usually required before votes on bills, according to LoHud.com.
The plaintiffs argue the law violates the guarantees of free speech, property ownership and the right to petition the government guaranteed under the state and federal constitutions.
Plaintiff Robert Schulz called Cuomo a “king” for pushing through the nation’s toughest gun law by suspending the three-day vetting period by submitting a “message of necessity” on the law, which allows the constitutional waiting period to be suspended.
“Kings govern by opinion,” said Shulz, who calls himself a “constitutionalist” and has challenged governors for decades in court although he isn’t a lawyer. “There has to be some rationale, some justification of facts before waiving the people’s demand for three days”‘ review of a bill.
The law enacted Jan. 15, pushed by Cuomo, sets a seven-bullet limit on magazines, tightens the definition of illegal “assault weapons” and requires owners of formerly legal semi-automatic guns to register them, among other measures.
The New Yorkers are representing themselves, without lawyers. A March 11 date in state court is scheduled. State officials will have to argue their case to avoid an injunction against the law.
“We believe the law is, and the process was, valid and constitutional,” said Cuomo spokesman Rich Azzopardi.
Cuomo and legislative leaders agreed on the bill in closed-door negotiations and put the politically dicey measure to a vote at night in mid-January. That was after Cuomo issued the message of necessity, which the plaintiffs say includes misrepresentations.
The message of necessity, according to LoHud.com, reads: “Some weapons are so dangerous, and some ammunition devices are so lethal, that New York State must act without delay to prohibit their continued sale and possession in the state in order to protect its children, first responders and citizens as soon as possible. This bill, if enacted, would do so by immediately banning the ownership, purchase and sale of assault weapons and large capacity ammunition feeding devices.”
Schulz, of Warren County, called the gun control law “repugnant” and seeks to have it declared void. The plaintiffs said they have 1,200 backers.
Beretta Exec Likens Gun Ban
to Book Ban
Beretta general counsel Jeffrey Reh said Maryland Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley’s Firearm Safety Act of 2013 is “tantamount to a legislative effort to ban certain books” during testimony before the Maryland House Judiciary Committee.
“That might seem like a provocative statement but the parallels are apt,” Reh said, according to testimony obtained by the Free Beacon. “The possession and use of firearms and printed materials are both protected by the Constitution. Both rights come from the only legislation in U.S. history that was voted on and approved directly by the citizens of our country.”
“One might suggest that books do not kill and that the current legislation is sought for beneficial reasons,” Reh continued. “In fact, the misuse of books—say, the Bible or the Koran—have led to tragedy, and efforts to ban certain books—for example, Huckleberry Finn—have also come from allegedly ‘beneficial’ intent.”
The Maryland Senate passed O’Malley’s contentious bill late Thursday night. The bill moved Friday to the House of Delegates where thousands of supporters and opponents flooded the Capitol to watch events unfold.
O’Malley’s bill would, among other things, ban assault rifles, high-capacity magazines, and any new guns with two or more “military-like” features. Beretta is set to begin producing a new civilian version of a rifle that would be illegal under O’Malley’s bill.
Reh testified the bill’s intentions were “understandable” but “misguided.” The legislation, he said, would target guns not typically used in crime and would fail to deter a deranged person.
“A person bent on destruction will find a way to do so and the absence of a folding stock on a rifle or the need to carry an additional magazine will not stop such a person,” Reh said.
Reh also warned the bill could prompt Beretta USA, which employs between 300 and 400 people in the state, to leave for friendlier climes.
“[W]e are confronted with a state government that wants to ban our products at a time, by the way, when numerous other state governments are courting our investment,” Reh said. “It is worth noting that these other states also do not try to blame a product for human misconduct.”
Maryland Republicans are also worried about the effect of the legislation.
“We are pushing a legitimate manufacturer and good neighbor out of Maryland,” Republican state Delegate Anthony O’Donnell told FoxNews.com Wednesday. “Losing them would be a big disappointment. Maryland has a reputation for having a horrible business climate, and this would be one more nail in the coffin.”
O’Malley said his bill “is supported by overwhelming numbers of Marylanders.”
“Hopefully, the House will recognize the very good work that’s been done in the Senate,” he said.