Retired Justice Stevens: Repeal Second Amendment

Updated : Sep 06, 2019 in Articles

Retired Justice Stevens: Repeal Second Amendment


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  • Taking away a right, so the cops and criminals will only have guns. Here is the great lie. This is what they are saying, because the government can put down an uprising just turn in your guns. Who has seen Josey Wales?

  • Here's an old fart with stains in his underwear trying to tell Patriots what we should do about the 2nd? LOL

  • The right to keep and bear arms is an inalienable right. The Second Amendment does nothing more than just making a note of the right, it does not Grant any rights and repealing it does nothing to the existence of the right. That would be the same thing as removing the Earth is round from every Geology book and somehow that makes the Earth some different shape. The Geology book just makes a note of the shape and reports that the shape is round. That is no different than the Second Amendment which just makes note that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. A well regulated militia would be comprised of the people. The people would be required to bring their own arms to form that well-regulated militia. That is not the same thing as the National Guard or any other federal or state armies

  • They could repeal EVERY amendment, and the constitution. It doesn't mean that all of a sudden, people don't have natural and inalienable rights. All it means is that it is much, much easier for a corrupt and oppressive government to DENY the people their rights.

  • John Paul Stevens is a d-bag. Another Gerald Ford "mistake". Still mad because he lost Heller. Go away J.P. you are not relevant. The Second Amendment is. As a side note, it flat out pisses me off when I hear people like Brooke Baldwin ask… Does the reason for the Second Amendment still apply today? So sick of hearing these idiots try to say a 200 year old document is outdated.

  • Most of the military supports the second amendment so if they repeal it the government and democrats won't be able to defend themselves because no military

  • So I’m confused here when we start the civil war 2.0 does the government stay on one side do they split for what they believe in or do they stay out of it because all I no is it will be like we are fighting against people that have never shot a firearm witch pretty much means we’re gonna win

  • The second amendment was written in a time where there weren't assault rifles and automatic shotguns. There were muskets! Obviously a revision of the second amendment couldn't hurt anything. The U.S. has a glaring issue with gun violence that needs to be addressed, and I think that repealing the second amendment could really be a good step.

  • The 2nd amendment doesn't GIVE the right bear arms, it protects the right to bear arms. I love our second amendment

  • 07:00: As usual the CNN "Legal Analyst" Paul Callan is wrong. A proposed amendment becomes part of the Constitution as soon as it is ratified by three-fourths of the States (38 of 50 States)–not two-thirds.

  • 260 + million innocents were murdered by their own governments IN THE 20th Century – big surprise they took the guns first.

    This is why the 2nd exists, because the British tried to have their way with us.

  • the bald lawyer is ignoring how the militia was defined in 1790–namely every white male over 18 that was not in the military or merchant marine

  • I’m glad they had a Republican in person for this story. Otherwise they might have suddenly lost connection with him.

  • love it when idiots say oooo they meant military not civilians. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABX7wTgJSa0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yx4xjxmPwQo the founding fathers left quote after fucking quote and i love it how knoe one talks about it. they where very clear!

  • That’s right, it is because of the 2A that gives Brooke Baldwin the RIGHT to run her mouth or the 1st amendment. Hey Brooke do you 100% believe that you would have that ability to free speech without the 2A?

  • If someone agrees the 2nd amendment should be taken out, you are free to go to live in Cuba, Venezuela or North Korea, there is No 2nd amendment and they are already a socialism/communism/dictator leadership. Then, after living there a few years if you don't like it you can come back to what we are.

  • Do it! I dare you! You will see more political and physical turmoil fall on this nation than has been seen since the Civil War.

  • Stevens is a communist pig and should be hanged for Treason. When the Constitution goes- then so goes America. Tyranny in Government and Dictatorship have one thing in common- an unarmed people. A police state! Saddam's Iraq, Hitler's Germany and Italian fascism All Failed! The Roman empire crumbled. Have I made my point-

  • Honestly didn't know much about you in the past but now that you have opened your stupid mouth I'll put my foot in it.  If you were being attacked by the evil dump-o-craps would you not say something to defend yourself??  Of course they would never attack you since you are one of THEM.  To put it mildly stevens you suck shit.

  • I don't want to hear crap from this guy. Buckley vs Vallejo. I grew up in a highly regulated gun state. Saw countless gang violence in front of me. Neighbor was stabbed several times by multiple people. Across the street people broke in to a family's home shot two teenagers and pistol whipped the mother. I was robbed 3 times, jumped and had my head cracked on a manhole. People tried robbing my apartment. My father was robbed and left for dead in a elevator. I live in a gun free state now. I feel a lot safer with my gun. You anti gun nuts are nuts! Mexico is anti gun did anyone tell El Chapo. Britain has a higher murder rate then NY. You anti gun nuts don't want a gun don't have one. I know for me personally obtaining one was a hassle. I had to go through back ground checks and for my ccw I had to take a class and get it approved by the police dept. Do not compare law abiding citizens with criminals. There are countless videos of people defending themselves with countless different guns, rifles and shotguns. A shotgun is the deadliest weapon indoors by the way.

  • At 1:35, the anchor is either moderating for time or squelching Republican talking points. Either way, CNN is promoting an anti-educational bias on why Stevens said what he said. This is why they’ve lost viewership and outlets like YouTube have taken off.

  • Judges are sworn to protect the Constitution not destroy it. These crazy judges should never be judge's let alone be on the Supreme Court

  • Go ahead and try to repeal the second amendment. I hope the left makes this part of their platform. Democrats would be destroyed in any election if they tried.

  • I hope Liberals continue to push this un-American proposal. It just goes to show how radical and anti-freedom they really are.

  • militia is not the fucken military is the rebels in a state. If our fathers know about the second amendment. If it was for the military they would’ve just put US Army or government protection of the state the right of the people to keep and bear arms should not be infringed. The second amendment could’ve just been repealed in the Civil War of the USA but they didn’t took it away so doesn’t that mean something you dumb bitch. What didn’t they just change the second amendment after the war so the people wouldn’t think a guns were for them. You say you have study about the laws but I think you didn’t. You need to study more of the history because if you don’t you won’t know shit about the Second Amendment.

  • I have to agree with the 2nd amendment in this particular instance! For several reasons, even the idea of congress attempting to real the 2nd Amendment is not a good idea at all! In fact Brooke Baldwin in this video nailed it by calling the repeal of the Amendment the "most radical proposition in the gun control debate"

  • The founding fathers also couldn’t foresee the invention of the internet, propaganda on social media and psychological manipulation in media. So what should be the response repeal the first for the safety of society? It’s really a disingenuous argument to say “they could never foresee these weapons so they don’t apply. Secondly if you wanted to protect teenagers you would redirect their ability to get a license until they are 21 and resurrect who can purchase alcohol immensely and require alcohol storage laws.

  • All laws repugnant to the constitution are null and void. This essentially means that when any legislature (federal or state) passes a bill restricting guns it is only an opinion and does not have force of law.

  • LOL…..another Supreme Court idiot who doesn’t believe in freedom. What a joke this guy is. So, he knows better than the Founding Fathers?

  • The bitch in the middle is an idiot. AR 15s were never made for war. The US Armry considers an assult weapon to have selective fire. AR15s do not have selective fire, and the army won't have them, because they are not assult or combat weapons.

  • Only because he wants to make more of a name of himself because he's probably bipolar and secondly he's probably no more different than that old lady ruth in the Supreme Court and needs to be removed that's why he's out of there that's why you can't listen to someone who's outside of the federal government this point he's just trying to influence a decision and his interest or other people's interest who are paying otherwise leaning on him to make a decision can we listen to somebody like that no… he's not allowed to be speaking about anything like this…..

  • I just another socialist how he made his money and that we can poke holes in his life see what kind of criminal Behavior he's had in his lifetime I'm sure we got something going in now on there….

  • Would you believe the sexist exposure of Baldwin's thighs at 0:49? How is dressing like that still permitted in a society that purports to eliminate sexism?

    Such attire is not innocent. It's clearly indoctrinating men into the belief that women's bodies are more sexy than men's bodies, hence women's bodies should be accordingly exposed while men's bodies should be covered up and often bundled up from head to toe. This sexism should be challenged by a hominist equal rights movement.

  • Regarding the debate, guns today are simply not "in common use." Scalia must have known this, which is why he fudged the phrase from Miller (1939) to mean "typically possessed."

    But "typically possessed" is not the same as "in common use." For example, vinyl long play albums may be typically possessed by audiophiles, but no one would say they are in common use, or there would be as many vinyl records sold as CDs. Similarly, a wood stove might be typically possessed by an antiquarian, but they would hardly be said to be "in common use."

    Thus the analogy with TV sets fails, because TV sets are in fact in common use. In any case FCC regulations of the broadcast media, even to the point of licensing and prior restraint, clearly undermines such an analogy, as did Reno vs. ACLU (1997), which argued regulation on the basis not merely of technology, but on the principle of "affirmative steps."

    Thus "Reno" protected the internet even while the broadcast media are not protected by the First Amendment. The Heller court muddled that opinion as well, claiming that the conclusion of "Reno" was that technology does not change rights. That was a misreading of "Reno." But then the court seemed to think that an Amendment had "prefatory" clauses too.

    Baldwin's reference to the Jefferson quote is taken out of context, unless it is a different quote. In any case, by "tyranny in government," not only Jefferson, but all the federalists as well as the antifederalists referred to FEDERAL TYRANNY. The idea of STATE tyranny was almost an oxymoron, since the People could not tyrannize, except as a chimerical fantasy, over the People. But federal officials could tyrannize over the People, a term of art that referred to the People of the STATES, thus was virtually synonymous with the STATES, not with individuals, as the Bill of Rights protecting the principle of dual sovereignty makes clear.

    The reference to Jefferson's famous "Tree of Liberty" letter is totally absurd and misrepresents the letter. Jefferson in that letter was NOT referring to Washington or even to federal tyranny, a primary concern of the Founding Era. He was, ironically, referring to the Shays rebellion, which had deeply troubled Americans enough that it became the catalyst for the new Constitution, replacing the prior Articles of Confederation that many thought was not centralized enough to address insurgencies such as the Shaysite rebellion.

    Thus, most ironically for libertarians and gun rights ideologues, Jefferson's letter precisely draws attention to the risks incurred to "the security of a free state," not by government, but by ordinary armed citizens. Moreover, if one reads the letter carefully, Jefferson links the Shaysite rebels with the "tyrants" and the government officials with the "patriots." Surely as Ambassador to France, Jefferson could not have supported a rebellion without committing High Treason!

    The conflation of a well armed state militia with well armed citizens comes as close to a solecism as one can get. The two are not ideologically linked, as individual rights reading of the second clause of the Amdt implies, rather they are clearly contradictory, as the contemporaneous Shaysite rebellion proved, as did the later Whiskey Rebellion against which President Washington rode, the last sitting president to do so.

    The distinction between an "operative" clause and a merely "prefatory" clause is one of many hocus pocus tricks that the Heller Court performed on the Amdt, including comically reading the Amdt backwards to further marginalize the first operative clause. The five majority justices can pretend all they want, but no clause in the Constitution "is intended to be without effect," as Justice Marshall opined in Marbury v Madison (1803). That's why the Heller opinion, and the later specious "incorporation" of it in McDonald (2010) will soon end up, like Dred Scott, in the dustbin of judicial history.

  • From its inception, the attempt to regulate the possession of firearms
    for the purpose of self-defense by the general public—commonly known as
    gun control dates back for centuries when those in power who had the
    latest weapons of the day, attempted to keep the masses defenseless for
    the purposes of staying in power. Let’s take a look at just the 20th
    Century where gun control has lead to first gun registration, then later
    gun confiscation, which has ultimately lead to more tyranny by that
    government.“If the opposition disarms, well and good. If it refuses to
    disarm, we shall disarm it ourselves.” — Joseph StalinDictator of the
    Union of Soviet Socialist Republics: 1929 to 1953Date of Gun Control
    Law: 1929 Source: Article 182 Penal Code
    Stalin earned his place in history as one of the most bloodthirsty
    socialist tyrants of the 20th Century. Stalin instituted gun control
    during his very first year in power. Then he simply took Lenin’s
    playbook and exterminated not only those who opposed him, but also those
    thought capable of opposition. Between mass executions, artificially
    created famines, slave labor in death camps, and ethnic cleansing,
    Stalin’s regime is estimated to have murdered over 20 million of its
    citizens.
    “The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the
    subject races to posses arms. History shows that all conquerors who have
    allowed their subjected peoples to carry arms have prepared their own
    fall.” — Adolf Hitler
    Dictator of Nazi Germany: 1933 to 1945
    Date of Gun Control Law: 1928 & 1938
    Source: Laws on Firearms & Ammunition and Weapons Law
    Hitler was the National Socialist Leader and Reich Chancellor of Nazi
    Germany. During his horrific 12 year rule, he was not only responsible
    for starting the bloodiest war known to mankind but also exterminating
    over 6 million Jews. Like all good socialists, Hitler consolidated power
    by killing anyone who opposed him. The death toll of his actions who
    targeted Jews, Gypsies, Russian POWs, Jehovah’s Witnesses, so-called
    ‘terrorists,’ ‘criminals,’ ‘partisans,” Christians, Slavs, and others is
    estimated to be 13 million people. This is in addition to the 50
    million who were killed as a result of World War II.
    “All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The communist party
    must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be used to
    command the party.” — Mao Tse Tung
    Communist China: 1949 to 1976
    Date of Gun Control Law: 1935 & 1957
    Source: Articles 186-7, Penal Code Article 9, and Security Law
    The Communist Party Chairman and founder of People’s Republic of China
    has the distinction of being listed in the Guinness Book of World
    Records as the greatest mass murderer in human history. Because Red
    China was and for the foremost still is a closed society,

  • From its inception, the attempt to regulate the possession of firearms
    for the purpose of self-defense by the general public—commonly known as
    gun control dates back for centuries when those in power who had the
    latest weapons of the day, attempted to keep the masses defenseless for
    the purposes of staying in power. Let’s take a look at just the 20th
    Century where gun control has lead to first gun registration, then later
    gun confiscation, which has ultimately lead to more tyranny by that
    government.“If the opposition disarms, well and good. If it refuses to
    disarm, we shall disarm it ourselves.” — Joseph StalinDictator of the
    Union of Soviet Socialist Republics: 1929 to 1953Date of Gun Control
    Law: 1929 Source: Article 182 Penal Code
    Stalin earned his place in history as one of the most bloodthirsty
    socialist tyrants of the 20th Century. Stalin instituted gun control
    during his very first year in power. Then he simply took Lenin’s
    playbook and exterminated not only those who opposed him, but also those
    thought capable of opposition. Between mass executions, artificially
    created famines, slave labor in death camps, and ethnic cleansing,
    Stalin’s regime is estimated to have murdered over 20 million of its
    citizens.
    “The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the
    subject races to posses arms. History shows that all conquerors who have
    allowed their subjected peoples to carry arms have prepared their own
    fall.” — Adolf Hitler
    Dictator of Nazi Germany: 1933 to 1945
    Date of Gun Control Law: 1928 & 1938
    Source: Laws on Firearms & Ammunition and Weapons Law
    Hitler was the National Socialist Leader and Reich Chancellor of Nazi
    Germany. During his horrific 12 year rule, he was not only responsible
    for starting the bloodiest war known to mankind but also exterminating
    over 6 million Jews. Like all good socialists, Hitler consolidated power
    by killing anyone who opposed him. The death toll of his actions who
    targeted Jews, Gypsies, Russian POWs, Jehovah’s Witnesses, so-called
    ‘terrorists,’ ‘criminals,’ ‘partisans,” Christians, Slavs, and others is
    estimated to be 13 million people. This is in addition to the 50
    million who were killed as a result of World War II.
    “All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The communist party
    must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be used to
    command the party.” — Mao Tse Tung
    Communist China: 1949 to 1976
    Date of Gun Control Law: 1935 & 1957
    Source: Articles 186-7, Penal Code Article 9, and Security Law
    The Communist Party Chairman and founder of People’s Republic of China
    has the distinction of being listed in the Guinness Book of World
    Records as the greatest mass murderer in human history. Because Red
    China was and for the foremost still is a closed society,

  • From its inception, the attempt to regulate the possession of firearms
    for the purpose of self-defense by the general public—commonly known as
    gun control dates back for centuries when those in power who had the
    latest weapons of the day, attempted to keep the masses defenseless for
    the purposes of staying in power. Let’s take a look at just the 20th
    Century where gun control has lead to first gun registration, then later
    gun confiscation, which has ultimately lead to more tyranny by that
    government.“If the opposition disarms, well and good. If it refuses to
    disarm, we shall disarm it ourselves.” — Joseph StalinDictator of the
    Union of Soviet Socialist Republics: 1929 to 1953Date of Gun Control
    Law: 1929 Source: Article 182 Penal Code
    Stalin earned his place in history as one of the most bloodthirsty
    socialist tyrants of the 20th Century. Stalin instituted gun control
    during his very first year in power. Then he simply took Lenin’s
    playbook and exterminated not only those who opposed him, but also those
    thought capable of opposition. Between mass executions, artificially
    created famines, slave labor in death camps, and ethnic cleansing,
    Stalin’s regime is estimated to have murdered over 20 million of its
    citizens.
    “The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the
    subject races to posses arms. History shows that all conquerors who have
    allowed their subjected peoples to carry arms have prepared their own
    fall.” — Adolf Hitler
    Dictator of Nazi Germany: 1933 to 1945
    Date of Gun Control Law: 1928 & 1938
    Source: Laws on Firearms & Ammunition and Weapons Law
    Hitler was the National Socialist Leader and Reich Chancellor of Nazi
    Germany. During his horrific 12 year rule, he was not only responsible
    for starting the bloodiest war known to mankind but also exterminating
    over 6 million Jews. Like all good socialists, Hitler consolidated power
    by killing anyone who opposed him. The death toll of his actions who
    targeted Jews, Gypsies, Russian POWs, Jehovah’s Witnesses, so-called
    ‘terrorists,’ ‘criminals,’ ‘partisans,” Christians, Slavs, and others is
    estimated to be 13 million people. This is in addition to the 50
    million who were killed as a result of World War II.
    “All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The communist party
    must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be used to
    command the party.” — Mao Tse Tung
    Communist China: 1949 to 1976
    Date of Gun Control Law: 1935 & 1957
    Source: Articles 186-7, Penal Code Article 9, and Security Law
    The Communist Party Chairman and founder of People’s Republic of China
    has the distinction of being listed in the Guinness Book of World
    Records as the greatest mass murderer in human history. Because Red
    China was and for the foremost still is a closed society,

  • From its inception, the attempt to regulate the possession of firearms
    for the purpose of self-defense by the general public—commonly known as
    gun control dates back for centuries when those in power who had the
    latest weapons of the day, attempted to keep the masses defenseless for
    the purposes of staying in power. Let’s take a look at just the 20th
    Century where gun control has lead to first gun registration, then later
    gun confiscation, which has ultimately lead to more tyranny by that
    government.“If the opposition disarms, well and good. If it refuses to
    disarm, we shall disarm it ourselves.” — Joseph StalinDictator of the
    Union of Soviet Socialist Republics: 1929 to 1953Date of Gun Control
    Law: 1929 Source: Article 182 Penal Code
    Stalin earned his place in history as one of the most bloodthirsty
    socialist tyrants of the 20th Century. Stalin instituted gun control
    during his very first year in power. Then he simply took Lenin’s
    playbook and exterminated not only those who opposed him, but also those
    thought capable of opposition. Between mass executions, artificially
    created famines, slave labor in death camps, and ethnic cleansing,
    Stalin’s regime is estimated to have murdered over 20 million of its
    citizens.
    “The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the
    subject races to posses arms. History shows that all conquerors who have
    allowed their subjected peoples to carry arms have prepared their own
    fall.” — Adolf Hitler
    Dictator of Nazi Germany: 1933 to 1945
    Date of Gun Control Law: 1928 & 1938
    Source: Laws on Firearms & Ammunition and Weapons Law
    Hitler was the National Socialist Leader and Reich Chancellor of Nazi
    Germany. During his horrific 12 year rule, he was not only responsible
    for starting the bloodiest war known to mankind but also exterminating
    over 6 million Jews. Like all good socialists, Hitler consolidated power
    by killing anyone who opposed him. The death toll of his actions who
    targeted Jews, Gypsies, Russian POWs, Jehovah’s Witnesses, so-called
    ‘terrorists,’ ‘criminals,’ ‘partisans,” Christians, Slavs, and others is
    estimated to be 13 million people. This is in addition to the 50
    million who were killed as a result of World War II.
    “All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The communist party
    must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be used to
    command the party.” — Mao Tse Tung
    Communist China: 1949 to 1976
    Date of Gun Control Law: 1935 & 1957
    Source: Articles 186-7, Penal Code Article 9, and Security Law
    The Communist Party Chairman and founder of People’s Republic of China
    has the distinction of being listed in the Guinness Book of World
    Records as the greatest mass murderer in human history. Because Red
    China was and for the foremost still is a closed society,

  • Amazing – why is something written in the 18th century still relevant? the other 9 amendments of the bill of rights were also written at the same time – stupid CNN interviewer. Are any of them still relevant given that question?

  • And the panel is dumb too – leaving out a lot of the wording to support their weak case. A stupid society gets what it deserves – and based on this discussion – we've hit stupid.

  • nunchucks are deemed in common use. There are more owners of machine guns in the U.S. than nunchucks. machine gun ownership is not illegal in any state. Anyone with a tax stamp can own somethign made 1986 or earlier. Anyone can own a silencer with the same process, or a howitzer or an RPG. none are illegal. Some states like CA have made it require a "pass/fail" test from a local LEO as to whether you can have it, which means your rights become at the hands of an individual. That's unconstitutional, but the point is no, machine guns are not banned.

    Why in the fuck do people never know what they're talking about on these shows? They're using the "machine guns are banned" as justification for banning AR15.

  • This judge is retarded there's a reason why the first ten amendments to the Constitution are the Bill of Rights is it going to repeal the Bill of Rights moron.

  • Why is it even a thing for someone to serve as long as he did, he’s not even from this century wtf🤷🏾‍♂️. He still want to catch the trolley to the matinee show and buy some junior mints and get back home to catch the baseball game on the radio 📻

  • You lost to bloody rice farmers your army is not unbeatable they thought Rome was unbeatable but I don't see em around now do you

  • How very Clowny. He really doesn't have a clue why the 2nd being repealed has zero impact on the average citizen's right to keep and bear arms. The second restricts the governments actions to infringe on the 2nd amendment and has no bearing on the right to keep and bear arms by US citizens. All theory until you refuse to go along with their attempts to remove private property from your possession. The numbers are not on their side, and they know it. Stevens is the one who needs a pillow over his face, not Scalia. Can't force that Jinni back in the bottle.

  • YOU HAVE PROVEN TIME AND TIME AGAIN THAT YOU ARE LIKE CHILDREN ! YOU ARE SIMPLY NOT RESPONSIBLE WITH GUNS !

  • I would like to inform Mr. Retired Justice Stevens in plain English what he fails to understand. The 2nd Amendment does not apply to semi-auto rifles, nor does it apply to bolt action rifles, pistols, or revolvers. The 2nd Amendment RESTRICTS GOVERNMENT! The technology of the firearms is irreverent. The restrictions on the government remain the same, regardless of the firearm. The Second Amendment was not written to grant permission for citizens to own and bear firearms. It forbids government interferences in the right to keep and bear arms, period! The right of the people to keep and bear arms, SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!

  • Naturally The Liberals are ALL FOR THIS the idea of a Man defending his Family is something that just doesn’t exist for effeminate sniveling Democrat…

  • "The government has the right to tell people which types of guns you can own."

    Let's put that theory to a test, bitch.

  • —Just a polite reminder: every American's right to keep and bear arms is both natural and unalienable. These rights were neither granted by government, nor can they be repealed by government. The highest foundational laws of our nation clearly prohibit government – federal, state and local – from acting in this matter. CONGRESS HAS NO POWER WHATSOEVER to enact any law (or repeal protections of our rights), no matter how seemingly "reeeeezonable" – if that law even infringes upon our rights.

  • The NRA has a tough decision to swallow. The NRA needs to get on ship in the 21st century the new age movement is hitting the fan and smearing reality. I am not the sharpest knife in the drawer but that white man is not stupid he has his reasons. I am a democrat and favor repealing the 2nd amendment.

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