Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Civil Rights victory, in Sodom on the Potomac, yet

A federal judge ordered the city of Washington, D.C., to not enforce its concealed carry law that requires individuals to state a “good reason” for carrying a firearm inside the district.
U.S. District Judge Richard J. Leon ruled Tuesday that city officials requiring prospective concealed carriers to make their case on why arming themselves is necessary is unconstitutional:
“I find that plaintiffs have demonstrated a substantial likelihood of success on the merits of their claim that the District’s ‘good reason’ requirement is unconstitutional.”
And what makes this even more fun?
The suit, brought forward by Matthew Grace and the firearms advocates “Pink Pistols,” scored a major victory for gun rights with Tuesday’s ruling.
So when the CSGV & Co. start screaming, we can call them homophobes who don't want gay people to be able to defend themselves.

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