BREAKING: Tennessee House Passes Law Making Tennessee A Second Amendment Sanctuary State


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By John Paluska, Founder of The Washington Gazette

Shortly following North Dakota, Tennessee's house has just passed a law that would make Tennessee a Second Amendment Sanctuary State. The Tennessee Legislature released bills in the House and Senate with the express purpose of putting the 2nd Amendment in its rightful place as the supreme law of all gun regulations in the country. The current bill passed in the house added an amendment to the Senate one that would make it illegal for the state to use public funds to enforce unconstitutional gun grabs.

The bill, titled "Tennessee Second Amendment Sanctuary Act" states:

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 4; Title 38 and Title 39, relative to the Tennessee Second Amendment Sanctuary Act.

State Government - As introduced, enacts the "Tennessee Second Amendment Sanctuary Act," which declares a treaty, executive order, rule, or regulation of the U.S. government that violates the federal second amendment as null, void, and unenforceable in this state and prohibits the state and political subdivisions from using public resources to enforce, administer, or cooperate with the enforcement or administration of any such treaty, executive order, rule, or regulation. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 38 and Title 39.

According to a summary of the bill provided by the Tennessee General Assembly, the bill's scope mainly focuses on all laws that have been found to violate the Second Amendment as per Supreme Court rulings and Tennessee Supreme Court rulings. 

However, the second amendment to the bill added by the house would further bar the Tennessee government from using any public funds whatsoever to enforce any unconstitutional federal gun laws. This is a crippling blow to Biden's administration as he is about to propose new gun control that violates multiple precious Supreme Court rulings.



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