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New York Loves Getting Spanked In Court; Drops Trou For More

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We’ve got your “sensitive places” right here.

Remember, Governor Hochul, the safe word is “harder”!

Ever since the Supreme Court dropped its Bruen decision–which declared that all Americans have the right to bear arms as well as to keep them–New York State has been throwing an anti-gun temper tantrum for the ages. What Governor Hochul, together with the state legislature, has done is to declare every part of New York a “sensitive place,” in which concealed carry cannot be allowed. The crux of the matter is that everyone involved–including the New York State legislature and executive branch–understands that Hochul’s new rules are just as unconstitutional as the old ones. There’s only one conclusion that makes sense: New York loves being spanked in court, and this is nothing more than “Please Sir, may I have another?” foreplay for the state’s anti-gunners. The good news is that the Second Amendment Foundation is ready with a paddle and a studded leather ballcap that says “DADDY.” For the details, check out the SAF’s statement below!

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The Second Amendment Foundation today filed a federal lawsuit challenging a new gun control law adopted in New York State following the Supreme Court’s nullification of its previous concealed carry state that required “proper cause,” alleging the state’s new statute is just as unconstitutional as the previous law.

Joining SAF is the Firearms Policy Coalition, Inc., and two private citizens, Brett Christian and John Boron. Defendants are Kevin Bruen, superintendent of the New York State Police, and John J. Flynn, Erie County District Attorney, in their official capacities. The case is known as Boron v. Bruen. It was filed in U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York.

According to SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb, passage of Senate Bill S 51001 by state lawmakers in Albany “replaced one unconstitutional licensing scheme with another.”

The new measure bans the lawful, licensed carry of firearms in so-called “sensitive places,” and presumptively most property in the state, creating a de facto ban on firearms carry for personal protection. As a result, SAF and its partners are asking for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief from the court.

“The New York Legislature and Gov. Kathy Hochul are making a mockery of the Supreme Court’s ruling in June, which struck down the state’s onerous ‘proper cause’ requirement in June,” Gottlieb said. “While they’re playing politics, the rights of law-abiding New York citizens are being cavalierly trampled. We cannot allow that to happen just so anti-gunners in Albany can play games with the constitution, just to see whether they can get away with it.

“The fact that New York’s new regulatory scheme essentially prohibits lawful carry in most public places is outrageous,” he continued. “The state is being too clever by half, and we’re confident that the federal courts, with the recent guidance from the Supreme Court on Second Amendment jurisprudence, will bring a quick end to this nonsense.”

Plaintiffs are represented by attorneys David H. Thompson, Peter A. Patterson and John W. Tienken with Cooper & Kirk, PLLC, and Nicolas J. Rotsko with Phillips Lytle, LLP in Buffalo, NY.

6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Jim

    September 14, 2022 at 7:25 pm

    I don’t care if I was broke, I would walk, crawl, limp, whatever I had to do to get out of these states run by psychotic lunatics. Commiefornia, and NY are populated by masochist with suicidal tendencies. If the people don’t get their constitutional rights back soon they will all be dead, and I guess it won’t matter.

  2. NTPD 935

    September 14, 2022 at 2:49 pm

    Good for you New Yorkers!! You get the government you deserve. Remember to vote Democrat. You poor uneducated simpletons.

  3. Willie1955

    September 14, 2022 at 2:29 pm

    New York is trying to take over first place of stupid unconstitutional laws away from california , which passes a costly freedom taking law every day. That’s why the smart ones who can afford to move to a red state where they still have rights. Anyone who believes democrats are for the working class of America are in a dream world.Nobody can name one thing a democrat has done to help the working class and their rights. Electing the same idiots to congress, gubernatorial, mayoral or county and expecting a different outcome
    Especially when they are told the same lies election cycle after election cycle and all they get is more rights and money taken away.

  4. Will

    September 14, 2022 at 12:58 pm

    The constitution of our country — and the human rights it guarantees — is detested and feared by the soul-less rascals in government. They who are presently looting our treasuries and perverting the laws to enable their own schemes at the expense of Citizen. This will continue as long as there is no penalty to crooks who willfully abuse the legislative process, passing laws they know are in plain violation of the Constitution and decisions of the Supreme Court.

  5. ROBERT LAURIDSEN JR.

    September 14, 2022 at 12:28 pm

    Until the Politicians are forced to pay the costs of the court cases personally not out of our taxes this Malfeasance will keep happening. Or to make the Politicians carry Political Insurance, they personally must pay for.

  6. Jim

    September 14, 2022 at 11:45 am

    Throw enough crap against a wall and some of it is bound to stick.

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