The Federal government is trying to strip gun rights through unconstitutional laws. How to fight back? Start at the most local levels. When trying to retain our Second Amendment rights, most people do not realize the most effective way is to start locally. State governments (unless you are unfortunate enough to live in a solid blue state) are usually more receptive to people attempting to fight unconstitutional barriers. It works for weed. Many states allow possession and sale, although it is still a federal crime. Fights against unconstitutional orders that try to limit gun rights should begin at even lower levels than state government where it is easier to influence the results. Approach your city politicians. They should care more about what local citizens think. Insist candidates for sheriff promise not to enforce these illegal acts. Many of the already are refusing to do so. The ultimate defense against tyranny can be found if you serve on a jury. Just refuse to convict people accused of violating unconstitutional laws. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zD78fuXAg0
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