HUGE Win For The Second Amendment Leaves Obama FURIOUS


 Washington, D.C. has some of the strictest gun laws in the country. But one case might be successful in overturning one of their most restrictive laws, and a federal appeals court is already intervening.

A federal appeals court has halted a ruling by a lower court that declared unconstitutional part of the current concealed carry law in Washington, D.C.

Under current law in D.C., the police only issue concealed carry permits to individuals who demonstrate a ‘need’ to carry a weapon. D.C.’s “good reason” clause has restricted concealed carry permits from being issued for almost any reason in D.C.


A gay rights group, the Pink Pistols, is leading the effort to overturn the restrictive gun law. The group joined a resident in the case which overturned D.C.’s strict law before the stay.

The law is almost definitely unconstitutional, according to U.S. District Judge Richard J. Leon. But of course, attorneys for the U.S. government want to “preserve the status quo” — because it’s easy to oppose guns when you have a bunch of armed Secret Service agents protecting you at all times.