The quote of the day is presented by Guns.com.
Now that the trend has moved out of the middle flyover states, CNN has apparently noticed that more and more counties are declaring themselves to be Second Amendment sanctuaries. The trend appears to have started a year and a half ago in Illinois.
The interesting part will be when local law enforcement refuses to enforce state or federal laws that impinge on the right to keep and bear arms. Or has that already happened?
In Lake County, [Commissioner Josh] Blake said his resolution is an answer to gun buyback proposals from Democratic presidential candidates.
“Many Americans have been absolutely shocked to hear recent pronouncements by prominent national candidates who are vying for the presidency of the United States threatening and even outright calling for national gun bans on some of the most popular and commonly owned rifles in this country,” Blake said.
“Many of them … have demanded mandatory buybacks which is just a fancy way of saying we’re going to force local law enforcement to confiscate weapons — legally owned weapons — from their fellow citizens,” he said last week.
– Christina Maxouris in A Florida county declared itself a ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary.’ It’s not the first to do so