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Number Of Nation’s Sheriffs Refusing To Enforce Unconstitutional Gun Laws Snowballs

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From Florida to California, a growing number of the nation’s sheriffs are standing up to gun control measures proposed by both the administration and Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.).

Many law enforcement officials have written letters to President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden voicing their concerns over what they believe is an effort to infringe upon the Second Amendment.

In New Mexico, 30 of the state’s 33 county sheriffs have reminded state lawmakers that they are under oath to support the U.S. Constitution, and that includes the Second Amendment.

CNSNews.com previously reported that 28 of the 29 sheriff’s in Utah sent a letter to President Obama stating that they will not enforce any new gun laws they believe to be unconstitutional.

A host of Oregon sheriffs have said that they will not comply with any new unconstitutional gun regulations:

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  • ReconVeteran

    By what enumerated powers from the U.S. Constitution does the supreme Court have the authority to rule over gun ownership or banning thereof? Please cite that clause ,article or whatever you want to call it.There is only three situations that the supreme Court may have opinions on.
    1. Arising under the Constitution, or the laws of the United States, and treaties made, or which shall be made UNDER their authority.
    2. Affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and councils; cases in which the United States is party [“status of the party” jurisdiction].
    3. Between two or more States; between State and Citizens of another State;between Citizens of different States; between Citizens of the same State claiming lands under grants of different States; or between a State (or Citizen thereof) and foreign States. Citizens or Subjects; [“diversity” jurisdiction].
    These are the only cases which the federal courts have constitutional authority to hear !