California kills Second Amendment rights with ‘repugnant’ new gun law

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California has allowed a ban on trained and licensed concealed-carry permit holders to stand, despite a federal court’s previous injunction on the bill.

The law, SB 2, prohibits a person from carrying a concealed firearm or a loaded firearm in public, which effectively wipes out the Second Amendment rights of the state’s licensed and lawful concealed-carry weapons permit holders.

California Carry explained in their analysis, “This bill is simply a rabidly totalitarian one-party legislature and gun-hating governor attempting to checkmate the US Supreme Court. Fortunately for us, the Supreme Court is highly unlikely to brook such an obvious attempt to suborn their precedent.”

Unfortunately, until the case makes it to the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS), law-abiding California CCW gun owners will be forced to comply with the unconstitutional edict.

Americans may recall that SCOTUS previously made a big decision in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen in 2022, which sought to force state citizens to provide a reason or need to be able to carry a weapon outside of their home.

The court ruled that the Second Amendment did protect citizens’ rights to keep and bear arms outside of their own homes for self-defense. This precedent foreshadows a future Supreme Court ruling that will likely strike down California’s egregious usurpation of Constitutional rights, but in the meantime, the law will be allowed to stand.

According to CalMatters, federal Judge Cormac Carney, who initially rejected the law in December 2023, called the legislation “repugnant to the Second Amendment.”

However, the federal appeals court temporarily stayed Carney’s decision on the law until it can make its way through the court systems, the outlet further reported.

The bill nullifies a licensed permit holder’s rights to carry a weapon anywhere outside of their home by stipulating a lengthy list of where firearms can’t be taken.

The Los Angeles Times pointed out that medical facilities, churches, arenas, parks, playgrounds, public events or gatherings, parking lots, and public transportation are completely off-limits.

The question, of course, is, what’s left?

Until the case makes its way to the highest court in the land, law-abiding California citizens will once again be forced to contend with another tyrannical decree from the state’s radical left legislature and its governor.

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