In the age of the US Supreme Court ruling last summer that establishes a new standard for evaluating Second Amendment court cases, gun control schemes are falling nationwide. Including here in Illinois where a judge ruled that the Illinois State Police cannot revoke gun rights for a mere arrest. In Minnesota, a Biden appointee federal judge just ruled that the state’s prohibition keeping 18-20-year-old adults for concealed carry is unconstitutional.
How about that?
Psst! Here’s a secret. Lean closer… As gun rights activists, we’re coming for the same thing here in Illinois.
We warned JB Pritzker and the rest of the gun control jihadists in the Illinois General Assembly that if they continue their war against good guy gun owners, we’re going to take a wrecking ball to existing gun control schemes. In couple of years, Illinois will have a lot less gun control than it has right now. And a couple of years after that, gun grabbers will have even less.
The Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus has the story that the mainstream media is covering… with a pillow, until it stops moving:
Today, the Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus announced that United States District Judge Katherine Menendez has issued summary judgment immediately enjoining Minnesota’s prohibition on 18-20-year-old adults from obtaining a Permit to Carry in Minnesota and lawfully carrying a firearm for self-defense.
The opinion in Worth, et al v. Harrington (21-cv-1348) can be viewed on the Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus website.
“Judgment is granted to Plaintiffs on the issue of whether MN Statute 624.714 violates the right of the individual Plaintiffs and the otherwise-qualified 18-20-year-old members of the MN Gun Owners Caucus, Second Amendment Foundation, and Firearms Policy Coalition to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the Second and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution.”