Tuesday, March 19, 2013

340 Sheriffs Refuse To Enforce Unconstitutional Gun Control Laws


CNS News -- Including Sheriff John Cooke of Weld County, Colorado, 340 sheriffs have publicly stated they will not enforce gun laws they believe are unconstitutional.

In response to the passage of two new gun control bills in Colorado last week, Sheriff John Cooke told the Greeley Tribune that he "won't bother enforcing the laws."

One bill requires gun buyers to pay for their own background checks, a service that was previously free and now estimated to cost the buyer $10-$12 per purchase. The second bill puts a 15-round limit on magazines.

Cooke says of the new laws: "They're feel-good, knee-jerk reactions that are unenforceable."

Governor John Hickenlooper is expected to sign each bill into law this week.

Cooke is part of a growing list of sheriffs that have vowed to uphold the Constitution against gun control measures.

The Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) has a running tally of all the sheriffs across the nation that have joined together to defend the Constitution.

At the time of this post, there are 15 sheriffs associations, 340 sheriffs, one police chief and one deputy sheriff who have stated they will not enforce any new gun laws.

Blog author's comments - Good news, I want to see the list of sheriffs and peace officers across the country who defend the Constitution continue to grow. The criminals will always have their guns and the law-abiding citizens have every right to defend themselves. But, the Obama Administration will continue in their attempt to make a huge dent in our Second Amendment rights.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's good to realize that some law officers have situ. Obama is not only against the second amendment -- he wants to kill the whole Constitution. ElyMan

Kirby said...

ElyMan...I totally agree with you.

Hopefully the GOP will halt this attack on our gun rights and also concentrate on holding control of the House in 2014.