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10 cases that could change how the Supreme Court looks at the Second Amendment

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Tirschwell says that Everytown is "optimistic" that even in a more conservative configuration, the court will uphold gun safety laws coming from state houses across the country.


"The bottom line is that is that the American public overwhelming supports gun safety laws and what we've seen over the last two years in statehouses across the country lawmakers are responding to that," he said. "So the gun lobby is looking to the courts."

Tirschwell does not seem to understand that we, as shooters, do support gun safety. And he does not seem to understand that we are the gun lobby. And he represents the gun-grabber lobby. And he is clearly also looking to the courts.


He also does not seem to understand that even if the public overwhelmingly supports a position like gun grabbing or banning a religion or eliminating free speech or forcing self-incrimination or eliminating trial by jury, overwhelming public support is simply not the standard used by the courts.

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