MFFA: Feds: States’ growing gun-rights movement a threat

It appears that the Federal government is worried about the various states that have decided that enough is enough. Federal oppression has been going on for decades, if not longer, and it is high time that something was done about it.

While MFFA is about firearms it is really about everything that the Federal government has been doing under the authority of a terribly warped interpretation of the Constitution, and simply ignoring the Bill of Rights.

The federal government is arguing in a gun-rights case pending in federal court in Montana that state plans to exempt in-state guns from various federal requirements themselves make the laws void, because the growing movement certainly would impact “interstate commerce.”

The government continues to argue to the court that the Commerce Clause in the U.S. Constitution should be the guiding rule for the coming decision. The argument plays down the significance of both the Second Amendment right to bear arms and the 10th Amendment provision that reserves to states all prerogatives not specifically granted the federal government in the Constitution.

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