“Everyone has an opinion, thankfully we have the constitution.” “I can think of fewer things that would emanate a state of open rebellion in the United States.” Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens’s call for a dissolution of the Second Amendment has Newsroom readers up in arms.
In a New York Times op-ed piece, Stevens pronounced Mar for Our Lives protesters seeking for gun law remodel should ask for more: “They should direct a dissolution of the Second Amendment.”
The immeasurable infancy of the thousands of Newsroom comments on the Yahoo News news uncover clever opposition: “I have never owned a gun in my life, but entirely know the significance of the Second Amendment.”
President Trump, meanwhile, totally discharged Stevens’s call to repeal, tweeting, “The Second Amendment will never be repealed!”
The Second Amendment says: “A well-regulated militia, being required to the confidence of a giveaway state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
Stevens called for the dissolution in sequence to break the National Rifle Association. The NRA answered back with the possess statement: “We will unapologetically continue to quarrel to strengthen this elemental freedom.”
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