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Thursday, May 13, 2021

Rep. Scott DesJarlais’s Resolution Takes on Biden’s Gun Control Moves - Ammoland.com

WASHINGTON, D.C.-(Ammoland.com)- Representative Scott DesJarlais (R-TN) has introduced a resolution (embedded below) in the House of Representatives that is a shot across the bow of Biden’s anti-gun moves.

The resolution to oppose Biden’s gun policies calls the President’s gun policies unconstitutional and makes the case that they should never be approved.

It mentions that the right to bear arms is enshrined in the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. It highlights the Founding Father’s views on firearms as being fundamental to a free State.

Rep DesJarlais takes issue with President Biden using Executive orders to attack gun rights by calling for stricter gun control policies. It highlights his attack on pistol-braced firearms and calls the actions an “unconstitutional attack on Americans exercising their Second Amendment rights.”

The resolution also takes the President to task over his Executive action on unfinished frames and receivers. Rep DesJarlais goes even further and speaks about the Constitutionally of 3D printed firearms files. The Representative says those files are protected from government intrusion by the Constitution and views those files as part of the Second Amendment.

The resolution goes beyond Biden’s Executive action and attacks the President’s calls for Congress to pass what Rep DesJarlais sees as “unconstitutional laws.” Some of the proposed laws Rep DesJarlais mentions as unconstitutional are universal background checks, so-called “assault weapon” bans, and the banning of standard-capacity magazines.

He also goes after the President’s plan to allow crime victims to sue the manufacture of firearms if a criminal uses their firearm in a crime. Gun rights advocates have long seen this action as akin to letting someone sue a carmaker for an accident caused by a drunk driver. Anti-gun groups see the action as a way to bankrupt gun companies.


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