GOP News Conference: Second Amendment Rights pt.2 Congressman Jim Jordan on gun legislation.
Tea Party Patriot Members Hold a News Conference on Second Amendment Rights
The Tea Party Patriots held a press conference on Capitol Hill regarding gun legislation and protecting 2nd Amendment rights. Participating were gun rights advocates and several Republican Congressmen, including Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) who was shot in 2017 in Virginia while at practice for the Congressional Baseball Game.
Today in congress the Democrats wanted to push a gun confiscation bill which IGNORES all 2nd amendment rights and the right to due process. While the Democrats were successful at ramming the bill through, Congressman Jim Jordan tore them to pieces for passing a bill that blatantly disregards the constitution.
#ConnorBetts shoots 9 people including his sister and the left cries for #GunControl. #PatrickCrusius kills 22 people in an El Paso Walmart and the left cries for more guncontrol. But a Black criminal drug dealer shoots 6 cops and not a PEEP. Well, I did some digging and what I found out about this shooter #MauriceHill is just as scary as the other two if not more.
On April 3rd, 2018, resident Mark Robinson gave an impassioned speech at the Greensboro, NC, city council meeting in support of the Second Amendment. This speech is the best four minutes you’ll ever watch about how important gun rights are to the majority of American citizens.
In general, red flag or “extreme risk protection order” laws allow courts to issue temporary orders barring someone from possessing guns based on some showing of imminent danger or a risk of misuse.
State laws vary, but most stipulate that only specific people — usually family or household members — may petition a court for an extreme risk protection order. In some cases, a preliminary order may be granted without prior notice to the person who is the subject of the order.
Such an order typically is brief, ranging from a few days to about three weeks. Once the person who is alleged to pose a risk of gun violence has been given an opportunity to respond, a more permanent order may be granted, typically for up to a year.
Importantly to Graham and other supporters, before an order can be entered, some factual showing must be made that the subject of the order poses a risk of using a firearm to harm themselves or others.