To The Daily Sun,
Chief Justice Warren Burger's statement referencing the gun lobby ignores the U.S. Supreme Court ruling against the state of Georgia in 1837 on its ban on hand guns, perhaps he referenced it as "one of the greatest" because he knew that the ruling against Georgia was the greatest as it nullified the state's power enumerated in the 10th Amendment.
Usurping the intent of not just the Second Amendment but the Bill of Rights itself as well as the Ninth Amendment: The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. The more recent fraud by the Roberts Court finding the people's right of gun ownership in the Second Amendment and not the Ninth is itself now "the greatest fraud," greater indeed than the finding of its ruling in Roe v. Wade. Why? Amendment 10 — Powers of the States and People: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.
It is a right or power of the states and/or the people, and not a power delegated to the federal government. One of the rights not enumerated is the right of the individual to travel and live wherever, a right not to be disparaged by the federal government — again a state right. But then one is free to move. To be honest, the federal government knew the Orlando shooter. He was a security guard cleared twice by the government. The Dallas shooter had been in the military — need one go on. What additional law is needed other than one which would require the government to do its job and enforce the gun laws we have. Or for the federal government to abide by the Second Amendment, which would allow the states to exercise their powers and rights.
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