BREAKING: Supreme Court SMACKS DOWN Biden Gun Case

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Constitutionalists and liberty-loving people in the U.S. have been repeatedly disappointed by the U.S. Supreme Court. While the court, supposedly, has a “conservative majority,” several of the “conservative” justices have decided cases in very unconstitutional and unconservative ways.

But a new decision by the court may indicate that we’re finally seeing a reversal of that trend and that we’re actually seeing the court doing their jobs. Matthew Vadum writes,

The Supreme Court unanimously rejected Biden administration arguments in a case from Rhode Island that police should be allowed to enter homes without a warrant to seize handguns.

The ruling in the case, Caniglia v. Strom, court file 20-157, came May 17.

Erich Pratt, Senior Vice President of Gun Owners of America and the affiliated Gun Owners Foundation, praised the new decision.

“The Supreme Court today smacked down the hopes of gun grabbers across the nation,” Pratt said.

“The Michael Bloombergs of the world would have loved to see the Supreme Court grant police the authority to confiscate firearms without a warrant. But the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the Fourth Amendment protections in the Bill of Rights protect gun owners from such invasions into their homes.”

This decision is good news. It means the the court is taking the Fourth Amendment seriously (which they should). Now, in case you aren’t familiar with the Fourth Amendmend, here it is:

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The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

So, this ruling is a huge boost to protecting the right of Americans to be left alone by their government, but because this ruling specifically prohibits the government for searching your home for hand guns without a warrant, this is also a huge boost to Second Amendment rights.

This is the kind of thing that we’ve been expecting to see since Kavanaugh and Barrett were appointed to the court. Let’s hope that it continues.

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16 COMMENTS

  1. There is absolutely and positively NO rationale to allowing confiscation of guns from a citizens’ home without cause or without a court ordered warrant. That would be a totally ANTI-AMERICAN law that would be the installation of socialism / Marxism / communism, any one of which would be the change-over of being a citizen to becoming a subject. Only useful idiots would want this to be a law in the United States.

    • The 4th A cannot be violated against the law abiding citizen and should never be misconstrued or misunderstood. It should ONLY be considered to be violated if evidence shows that a known felon knowingly and willingly possesses/uses a firearm during the commission of a crime! THEN should a violation be considered.
      Sorry, but even a felon has the right for self defense in his own home!!!

      • Concur, until relatively recently, convicted felons who had served their sentences, could petition to have their rights restored.

    • I’m with you, but you don’t go far enough.

      Such a ‘law’ isn’t even a law, even though it was ‘established’ by a mechanism of due process, because such a ‘law’ is a violation of an unalienable individual right, so it can’t be a law, but a criminal plan and can be legally and morally ignored and disobeyed out of hand because it can’t and doesn’t have authority. It is not the product of sovereignty.

      Such a ‘law’, this criminal plan, is given physical power only by criminal thugs posing as politicians and other professionals under cover of the guise, the trappings, the color, etc., of law, government, due process, etc., to the perversion of ALL of this, as long as ‘WE the People’ just sit around and let them do it.

      We must stop them and we must get as dirty as we have to about it. That would not only be moral. It would be legal and within our authority, and we must grab the physical power away from them, permanently, and put it back under law exclusively.

    • They can search and seize only if they have a warrant that describes ” …the particular place to be searched, and the particular things or persons to be seized…”! So if police come to your home with a warrant, the only seizures they can make is whatever is described particularly in the warrant eg: searching for handguns, cannot take rifles, shotguns or ammo!

  2. Florida: misdemeanor to open carry.
    Illinois: need to pay for a permit town a gun.
    How many other states are openly violating the 2 Amendment?
    AND WHY NO ONE HAS FILED A LAWSUIT TO STOP THIS?
    DESANTIS is loosing support once this gets public.
    TEXAS GOV. Abbott is going GREAT.

  3. It should be understood by everyone that any movement to disarmament is a step to slavery! Only those who wish to make you helpless are your real enemies! A government that is fearful of the people they govern normally have good reasons to fear them! Tyrants are always afraid being cowards! Any one who governs with honesty and fairness never has to fear domestic violence against them! So look closely at those individual who push to disarm citizens they must have guilty conscience!

  4. I find it promising that members of the court referenced “ERPO’s (so called Red Flag Laws), in their written decision. Hopefully, a Red Flag case will come before the court soon. Seeing ERPO’s shot down as Unconstitutional, would be a crowning 2A achievement.

  5. The 10TH Amendment :“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people”—emphasizes that the inclusion of a bill of rights does not change the fundamental character of the national government.
    The states do not have the right to pass any laws against the Bill of Rights ( being part of the constitution ) they are prohibited or tell what the government has to do in every case …

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