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    Hillary Clinton Has a Meltdown After Critical Ruling from Supreme Court

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    Recent Supreme Court decisions have infuriated former presidential candidate and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. She did not hold back when she took to Twitter to convey her anger, claiming that previous generations of the Supreme Court would have performed better.

    “Neither our Founders—nor prior generations of Supreme Court Justices or members of Congress—would believe what is being done to our children in the name of the Bill of Rights. Shameful,” she said.

    “We had an assault weapons ban from 1994-2004 that prohibited the manufacture or sale for civilian use of certain semi-automatic weapons and banned magazines with 10 rounds or more. Mass shootings dropped during that decade. We did it once and should do it again,” she in a prior tweet on the issue.

    Years later, it appears that Hillary is still unwilling to accept that she is not in command of anything, is not a leader, and that nobody wants her policy advice because she is irrelevant and not respected by the American people. It is time for her to leave the public eye, which she so desperately craves.

    According to the outlet 2 Paragraphs, “The ban to which Clinton refers, officially called the Public Safety and Recreational Firearms Use Protection Act, was signed into law by President Bill Clinton on September 13, 1994, and it prohibited the manufacture, sale, and possession of certain types of semi-automatic firearms that were defined as “assault weapons.” The ban also included restrictions on high-capacity magazines that could hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition. The ban had a sunset provision that caused it to expire on September 13, 2004, and it was not renewed by Congress.”

    Clinton’s Twitter tirade continued unabated, as she appeared unable to control herself or stop.

    “When it comes to gun violence, MAGA Republicans are clear: they’re ‘not gonna fix it,’” she added in another tweet.

    After a previous iteration of the concealed carry law had been ruled unconstitutional by the entire court, the US Supreme Court denied a request to halt its enforcement in New York.

    In this case, the court disregarded the state’s gun retailers’ claims that the law violated the Second Amendment and was detrimental to their businesses. There were no dissents or explanations from the justices regarding their refusal to grant the request in the order.

    “We are disappointed that not one of the nine justices saw fit to grant the plaintiffs some stay of enforcement of the new laws against them,” Paloma Capanna, the lead attorney for the New York gun retailers, told Fox News Digital in an interview following the decision.

    “We are challenging the ability of the state of New York to target dealers in firearms in the lawful stream of commerce, to put them out of business, which is what the new laws will do,” Capanna added. “So it really was unfortunate to see that we couldn’t get any emergency temporary injunction against those laws.”

    According to Fox News, New York Attorney General Letitia James lauded the court’s decision, stating that the state’s “gun safety laws help save lives and keep our state safer.”

    As lower court proceedings against the statute continue, the nation’s highest court upheld New York’s updated concealed carry law, which prohibits, among other things, the carrying of firearms in “sensitive locations.”

    The nation’s highest court denied a request from gun rights groups to block the law, despite a recent ruling that a concealed carry statute used as a model for the current law unconstitutionally restricted citizens’ Second Amendment rights.

    More on this story via The Republic Brief:

    “No justices dissented in the ruling, but Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas said in a statement that they believed the ruling was to ‘reflect respect’ for the appeals court that had previously let the law stay in effect, and did not ‘[express] any view on the merits of the case,’” Forbes noted in a summary of the ruling. CONTINUE READING…

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