Time to Challenge Domestic-Violence Gun Law
Posted by Socrates in guns & goy controllers, Lautenberg Act, Socrates at 5:54 pm | Permanent Link
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that owning a gun is an individual right and not a privilege granted by government bureaucrats, it’s time for gun owners to file legal challenges to the 1996 Lautenberg Act/Amendment. That Act, which came from Jewish senator Frank Lautenberg, prohibits anyone who has been convicted of misdemeanor – repeat, misdemeanor – domestic violence from ever owning a gun. It’s surprising that only one attempt to abolish that law has been made so far . Lots of good White men have been disarmed due to the Act, since, in some states, “domestic violence” can amount to a few harsh words or very slight physical contact.
 the late congresswoman Helen Chenoweth tried to abolish the Lautenberg Act in 1997: [Here]