You don’t have the right: Hawaii’s strict limit on carrying firearms is lawful, a panel of federal appeals court judges ruled Wednesday in a lawsuit by a man who tried unsuccessfully several times to obtain a license to carry a loaded gun in public. He first filed his lawsuit in 2012, 9 years ago. Three federal appeals court judges later ruled in his favor but the state asked for a fuller panel of judges to hear the case. The newest ruling says, “the Second Amendment does not guarantee an unfettered, general right to openly carry arms in public for individual self-defense. Accordingly, Hawai‘i’s firearms-carry scheme is lawful.” The ruling comes on the same day the Hawaii attorney general’s office issued a report showing that all private citizens who applied for licenses to carry a gun in public in 2020 were denied. Part of the problem is finding legal representation. In Hawaii, any attorney that takes on the Demo power structure, on anything, especially trying arm the citizen, better be independently wealthy. Just saying.
Lawyers will say anything: Lawyers representing attorney Sidney Powell, who was sued for defamation by Dominion Voting Systems in January, argued this week that “no reasonable person” would have believed her claims about election fraud and she is therefore not liable. Powell had pursued a theory that Dominion voting machines, operating with Smartmatic software, were manipulable and had been responsible for switching votes from Trump to Democratic challenger Joe Biden. So, was she lying then, or lying now? Can’t be both.
Ashli Babbitt was murdered. A Capitol Security “Special Agent” murdered her. Why hasn’t he had to answer this accusation.
A PoS for an employer: A man from Fayetteville, Georgia, got his final, overdue paycheck from a local auto shop in the form of a pile of pennies with a note that read “f**k you” attached to it. The 91,515 coins, covered in motor oil, weighed about 504 pounds, and were delivered to the worker after he was forced to contact the government to get his last pay stub. Walker, the former employer, did speak with other local media outlets. He told FOX 5 that he had paid Flaten in U.S. currency and did not wish to speak further on the matter. When questioned, Walker finally responded, “I don’t know if I did that or not,” Walker said in a brief interview when questioned about the pennies. “I don’t really remember. It doesn’t matter; he got paid, that’s all that matters.” Guy should run for office, he’s already got the answers down. Besides, everyone already hates him.
I’m sorry this didn’t post yesterday. Welcome home my Brothers.