Supreme Court Betrays 2A: “Ghost Guns” Rule Upheld

In a shocking turn of events, the Supreme Court has once again shown their lack of common sense and commitment to the Constitution by siding with the Biden administration on a controversial gun rule. This rule, proposed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), targets so-called “ghost guns” – firearms that can be assembled at home and are untraceable. But hey, who needs the Second Amendment anyway, right?

It all started when a gun kit business and a group of pro-Second Amendment organizations took the ATF to court, arguing that the rule violated the Constitution. And guess what? They were right! U.S. District Court Judge Reed O’Connor recognized that a weapon parts kit is not a firearm and that the ATF’s regulation was completely unconstitutional. Finally, someone with some common sense!

But leave it to the Supreme Court to ruin everything. On Tuesday, they reversed Judge O’Connor’s order and allowed the ATF’s rule to stay in place. And get this, it wasn’t just the liberal justices who voted in favor of this outrageous decision. Even Republican-appointed Justice Amy Coney Barrett and Chief Justice John Roberts joined the liberal side. Is there no one left who will stand up for our rights?

Of course, the anti-gun group Everytown for Gun Safety was jumping for joy over the Supreme Court’s decision. They argued that “untraceable ghost guns” are intentionally designed to evade regulation. But here’s a newsflash, Everytown: criminals don’t care about regulations! They will always find a way to get their hands on firearms, whether they’re assembled at home or bought legally. These regulations only infringe on the rights of law-abiding citizens who just want to protect themselves and their families.

And if that’s not enough to make your blood boil, just listen to the arguments made by the Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar, who compared gun kits to IKEA furniture. Seriously? So now law-abiding gun owners are equivalent to people buying bookshelves from IKEA? This is a complete mockery of our Constitution and a slap in the face to every American who believes in their right to bear arms.

But the challengers of the ATF’s rule had a better analogy. They compared building guns from kits to making tacos. They argued that just like a taco kit sold at a grocery store isn’t a taco until you turn it into one, assembling a gun from parts is not the same as having a functioning firearm. It’s as plain as the taco sauce on your face!

It’s time for the Supreme Court to wake up and realize that they have a duty to protect our constitutional rights, not trample all over them. The Second Amendment is clear: “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” It’s about time someone reminded them of that.

Written by Staff Reports

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