Rep. Boebert Intros Bill to Repeal RINO
'Gun Control' & Defend 2nd Amendment


By F. Riehl. May 16, 2023

Congresswoman Lauren Boebert introduced the Shall Not Be Infringed Act to repeal the 'gun control' provisions and every Second Amendment infringement passed by the 117th Congress and signed into law.

Congresswoman Lauren Boebert said, "I unapologetically support the Second Amendment. No amount of 'gun control' will ever eliminate evil in our society, and unsurprisingly, the data has shown time and again that 'gun control' does not decrease gun violence. Just look at Chicago or New York, where 'gun control' has created criminal safe havens since evildoers know their victims will be unarmed. It is ironic that the same people who are calling to defund the police also want to leave everyday Americans defenseless. I will always stand against this nonsense and stand for law-abiding Americans and the Constitution."

Congressman Byron Donalds said, "Last Congress, Pelosi chose to make restricting our Second Amendment rights a staple of her legislative agenda, but her unconstitutional edicts will not stand. Our Second Amendment rights 'shall not be infringed.' I'm proud to stand alongside Rep. Boebert in this legislative fight for American freedom by repealing Pelosi's tyrannical 'gun control' platform."

Congressman Eric Burlison said, "Congress should preserve our rights, not infringe them. I applaud Congresswoman Boebert for leading on this bill to protect Americans' God-given, constitutionally protected Second Amendment rights."

Congressman Andy Ogles stated, "Last Congress, Biden and his Democrat cohorts in the House went after Americans' basic right to bear arms. From significantly increasing the ATF's budget to going after lawful gun owners to designating over $700 million taxpayer dollars to bribe states to pass red flag laws." .....

The attempt at this Act is laudable and certainly makes a substantial effort to try and negate many infringements. Unfortunately, it would seem there is little possibility of final success as not only will the Senate squash it but also it is hard to see it ever being signed.


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