First, the nation’s hottest looking Attorney General lost her effort to allow California to remain a “may issue” carry state.
Now, sweet looking (to some) Kamala Harris loses again: This time Cali’s 10-day waiting period to buy a gun was just struck down. The case was Jeff Sylvester et al. v. Kamala Harris.
The money quote:
The Court has found that the 10-day waiting periods of Penal Code §26815(a) and §27540(a) violate the Second Amendment as applied to certain groups. Plaintiss urge the Court to follow the approach of Moore v. Madigan, 702 F.3d 933, 942 (7th Cir. 2012), in which the Seventh Circuit stayed its ruling for 180-days in order to give the Illinois legislature the opportunity to craft new laws in light the unconstitutionality of various Illinois firearm laws. The Court finds Moore’s approach to be appropriate.
Poor Kamala Harris.
She’s going to have to find another way to argue against Americans’ God-given civil rights if she doesn’t want to continue her string of losses when going up against the Second Amendment Foundation.
We’re wondering if Illinois’ 24-hour and 72-hour waiting periods may be next on the chopping block.