A gun control support group is suing a north Georgia town that has a law requiring gun ownership.
The Washington-based Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against the town of Nelson. The group claims the law is unconstitutional. It contends the Second Amendment doesn’t require anyone to have a gun.
City leaders passed the ordinance April 1 requiring every head of household to have a gun and ammunition. But there are many exceptions.
Not on the suing part, because, frankly the towns that have this law NEVER enforce it, so its all show. But indeed it SHOULD be illegal to MANDATE gun ownership. We all know the right to free speech also includes the right to remain silent.
Still with all the exceptions, they might find themselves an uphill battle. Of course Irony is that this is the same group that SUPPORTED Chicago and DC’s ban on gun ownership.
But we all know how inconsistent they can be.
Still the best part is the Brady Camp is DIRT poor, and lawsuits are expensive, even bullshit ones like this. So I’m happy to watch them bleed out in the bush!