posted on Dec, 30 2016 @ 07:04 AM
A new gun control law barely passed in Nevada has for now been blocked - As it stands it is not acceptable or enforceable.
Histroy has shown that gun control not only does not work, but more often than not worsens gun problems, and subjects the public to more crime
Many Americans, some of whom do not even own a gun, will fight for the Second Ammendment as a matter of principle, the same principles that created
and maintain the Constitution of the United States.
What we realize is many of the gun control advocates, such as Bloomberg from New York, who fostered and tried to push this law upon the people of
Nevada for his own Liberal left wing agenda and not for the benefit of the people of Nevada or the United States - But Gun Control is people control
and they will keep trying - And 'we' will keep figthng them.
Now back to the main srory:
"Nevada AG Blocks 'Universal Background Check' Firearms Law"
"The Nevada November ballot asked the state's voters to decide if they wanted to outlaw the private sale of firearms. Shall Chapter 202 of the
Nevada Revised Statutes be amended to prohibit, except in certain circumstances, a person from selling or transferring a firearm to another person
unless a federally-licensed dealer first conducts a federal background check on the potential buyer or transferee? The opinion issued by the office of
Republican Attorney General Adam Laxalt left gun enthusiasts elated and proponents of background checks reeling from the blow of another setback —
the second since 2013 when a bill requiring universal screenings was passed by the Legislature but vetoed by Gov. Brian Sandoval. ..".
"“The Background Check Act mandates that the FBI conduct all background checks for personal transfers,” Monica Moazez, spokeswoman for the
attorney general’s office, said in a statement. “The FBI, on Dec. 14, informed the Department of Public Safety that it will not conduct these
Laxalt found the checks “unenforceable” because the Background Check Act “grants the Nevada Department of Public Safety no authority to perform
the private-party checks required by the Act.” Instead, it requires “intermediaries” to run the checks through the FBI background check
database. These “intermediaries” would be licensed firearms dealers.
“Accordingly, the official Attorney General Opinion concludes that without this central feature … the Background Check Act cannot
See whole story here:
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be
edit on 30-12-2016 by AlienView because: (no reason given)