For years, Democrats have enjoyed a kind of super-majority in the state of California.
The once-Golden State has been run for decades by far-left liberals. And they use the state as a sort of guinea pig for their socialist agenda.
You can count on California Democrats to push universal health care, extreme voting “reform,” and anything that rewards criminals or non-citizens.
Of course, that includes strict gun control. But after thirty years, a federal judge just struck down one of their harshest laws.
A U.S. federal judge overturned California’s 32-year-old ban on assault weapons on Friday, describing it as a “failed experiment” and prompting scathing criticism from the state’s governor and attorney general…
“Government is not free to impose its own new policy choices on American citizens where Constitutional rights are concerned,” the order added.
“It is declared that these statutes unconstitutionally infringe the Second Amendment rights of California citizens,” the court filing concluded.
Wow. Democrats’ heads must be spinning right about now.
A federal judge overturned CA’s assault weapons ban, saying it was a failed experiment. The judge rebuked the state’s gun control activists, saying the government has no right to impose policy “where Constitutional rights are concerned.”
Meaning, the state cannot infringe on residents’ Second Amendment rights.
This spells big trouble for Joe Biden’s gun control agenda. Sleepy Joe previously called on Congress to pass sweeping gun control.
One of his biggest demands? Banning “assault weapons.”
But if a federal judge has just criticized, mocked, and overturned California’s assault weapons ban, it will make Joe’s plan look foolish.
After all, what Biden wants for the whole country was going on in CA for decades. And it didn’t stop violent crime from occurring.
It seems like there are still a few people in CA who understand the importance of the Second Amendment. Good thing one of them is a federal judge.
- A federal judge struck down California’s 30-year old assault weapons ban.
- The judge called the restriction a “failed experiment.”
- He ruled the government has no right to restrict rights granted by the Constitution.