Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has signed a new bill into law that is designed to protect his citizens’ gun ownership rights. With the Biden administration clearly working to outlaw guns entirely, Arizona lawmakers felt that something needed to be done to protect people. And thus, the Second Amendment Freedom Act was born.
Gun ownership is a constitutional right, but Democrats have made it clear that — in the words of Joe Biden — “No amendment is absolute.” Unlike most laws, the Second Amendment Freedom Act doesn’t actually establish any new guidelines, except for one — a refusal to comply with Biden’s effort to strip Americans of gun ownership. Ducey calls the law “a proactive law for what is possible to come out of the Biden administration.”
“If the federal government does anything that tries to infringe on our Second Amendment in the state of Arizona, we’re not going to comply,” says State Rep. Leo Biasiucci, who sponsored the bill.
“There’s a lot of discussion out of Washington, D. C., about congressional action around the Second Amendment, and this law was simply to protect the rights that we already enjoy in Arizona,” Ducey told KTAR-FM. He signed the bill just days before Biden’s massive gun control executive order.
“We’re gonna protect Second Amendment rights in Arizona,” Ducey says. “Whatever [Biden] does, it likely won’t do anything to solve these mass shootings that we’ve had.”
Biden calls it “bizarre” to suggest that taking guns from Americans is “contrary to the Constitution.” But outside of blue clusters in Real America, we see plain as day what Biden and Democrats are trying to do.