The Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads as follows:
“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people
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to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed, … at least as long as they are in the United States for any reason whatsoever.”
This according to the opinion of the 7th US Circuit Court of Appeals, guided by their absolutely masterful understanding and application of the words “Constitution”, “WE”, “the people”, “establish” and “Ordain”, as well as the phrase “for ourselves and our posterity” and the concepts of National Sovereignty, the Rule of Law, Citizenship and Sanity.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has decreed that foreign nationals may traverse the land formerly known as the United States of America armed to the teeth. The President of Russia, the Supreme Leaders of North Korea and Iran are beside themselves with joy at their newly-begotten constitutional rights.
MS 13, of course, was confident of this all along.
But lest you think it’s just a paltry few million the 7th Circuit want to have the means with which to blow the Kate Steinle’s of America away, take a gander at some of the verbiage in the opinion:
“It is now clear that the Second Amendment right to bear arms is no second-class entitlement, (and) we see no principled way to carve out the Second Amendment and say that the unauthorized (or maybe all noncitizens) are excluded,” Judge Diane Wood wrote for a panel that included Judges Frank Easterbrook and Joel Flaum.
No”principled way” to deny anything that draws breath the same rights that the legal citizens of the The United State of America enjoy by virtue of their citizenship? Are you kidding me?
Well blow me over and just let MS13, or the Sinola Cartel, or the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, assert their First Amendment rights and peaceably assemble in front of the polling place and petition the United States government for the right to vote, while you’re at it. Or sit tight and wait for the 7th or the 9th, or the Supremes to affirm their eligibility. That’s where this is headed anyway, so just go ahead and get it over with.