Second Amendment dodged Hillary's bullet

A future U.S. Supreme Court under Hillary Clinton would have damaged Second Amendment rights for generations, says Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America.


Second Amendment dodged Hillary's bullet

A run-rights advocate says a constitutional crisis was averted on Election Day when Americans selected Donald Trump as our next president. 

A future U.S. Supreme Court under Hillary Clinton would have damaged Second Amendment rights for generations, says Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America.

Clinton privately criticized the landmark Heller decision and has vowed to repeal a federal law that protects gun manufacturers from liability lawsuits.

Pratt points out that Clinton has said she admires the restrictive gun laws passed in Australia, where the government announced sweeping gun-control laws 12 days after a mass shooting in 1996.   

Guns Welcome signAustralia implemented a mandatory gun buyback program which Clinton called a "good example" in a 2015 primary debate with Sen Bernie Sanders.

The restrictive laws in Australia, Pratt says, "resulted in a literal grinding up of what in the United States would probably be half the guns in the country."

Meanwhile, firearms expert Bob Owens at website BearingArms suggests Trump should pass gun-related legislation, some of which is already awaiting passage in Congress.

One proposed law would end gun-free zones on U.S. military bases, allowing members of the armed forces to protect themselves. A second proposal would establish concealed-carry reciprocity laws among all 50 states. 

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