When the 2nd Amendment says “Shall not be Infringed,” that is Exactly what it Means:
Apparently at some point the American public forgot what the “Shall Not be Infringed” part of the 2nd Amendment means. It means that gun control is unconstitutional. All guns matter and our right to own them is enshrined in the 2nd Amendment.
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When politicians start restricting that right, they show that they don’t really understand the 2nd Amendment, the point of this “shall not be infringed meme,” or what the Founding Fathers intended when they created it, mainly at the behest of the Anti-Federalists.
The point of the 2nd Amendment isn’t to allow us to go hunting. We can do that with bows and arrows. Sure, it is more fun and is much easier with guns (in my opinion), but that’s not the point of the 2nd Amendment. The 2nd Amendment is not about hunting.
So what is the point of the 2nd Amendment? To protect us from tyranny. To allow Americans to defend themselves from both criminals and the government. To do so we must have the right weapons, or in other words, the right tools. And the right weapons to defend against tyranny are not the ones that we use for hunting. And, the portion of the 2nd Amendment that is the most important, as shown by this shall not be infringed meme, is the phrase “shall not be infringed.” That phrase is what gives the 2nd Amendment its power to protect our rights, all of which were granted to humans by God. Gen Z Conservative read more