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Right now I believe you will see positive movement on 2a rights all these first time gun owners are going to be a new voice realizing these laws are bs as where before they believed what they were told or saw and now see the truth

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37 minutes ago, vdep217 said:

Right now I believe you will see positive movement on 2a rights all these first time gun owners are going to be a new voice realizing these laws are bs as where before they believed what they were told or saw and now see the truth

The problem is they don't know what the laws are or aren't. They are not self explanatory.

 

A lot have no idea about one gun a month, universal back ground checks, the right to carry, etc.. it takes a long time and interest to seek out the data and the logic of a right.

 

Some on here still can't see the logic.

 

FPC  - "Without either the first or second amendment, we would have no liberty; the first allows us to find out what's happening, the second allows us to do something about it! The second will be taken away first, followed by the first and then the rest of our freedoms." - Andrew Ford
 

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1 hour ago, NotJust22s said:

Maybe it’s time to change strategies. 

I think it might be time to double down in states like California that had federal judges appointed by trump.  Dosnt make sense to start where there's still mostly liberal judges such as jersey 

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The US Circuit that does California has made some interesting rulings lately.  They are not as anti-gun as you'd expect.  But the general strategy is to bring the same cases to two different circuit courts to get different rulings.  The third circuit, which is NJ's federal court circuit, is very anti-gun.  If you have two circuit with two different rulings, then is has a better chance of being heard by SCOTUS.  Conflicting rulings must be resolved by SCOTUS because it means the laws are not being applied the same way across the country.  They are compelled to do it.  In recent years the SCOTUS has turned their backs on these cases and won't hear them.  This is one of the few ways that forces the court to hear cases and clarify rulings.  With the court's make up right now, we have a very good chance to get favorable rulings on 2A cases.  But we have to create more conflicts in different districts to force the court to hear and rule on these cases.

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