>>42112503>pretending to care about the significant number of gun owners in the state.
All they did was move the overton window, thats what all of this is.
They have figured out that no one is falling for the "common sense" angle so now they are becoming extreme, so that when they propose confiscating, they can then say "okay, we will grandfather what already exists" so they look like they are "compromising".
Its the same as mugging someone at gunpoint and saying "ill kill you" but then "compromising" and just taking their wallet.
The NY case wont have much bearing on these issues i dont think, and im not holding out for SCOTUS to act in time (or at all) on AWBs. Its been a decade since the Heller case gave us the whole "common use" and individual right precedents, and still the most commonly individual owned firearms are being banned.
The fact of the matter is Bloomburgs money > the Constitution and case law, so no matter what, these politicians are going to pass what Bloomsburg tells them, no matter what the courts say, perpetually, because there is no penalty for doing so.
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