Can someone explain to me why the newly announced "National Extreme Risk Protection Order Resource Center" is different from an unconstitutional red flag law?
· Mar 23, 2024 ·

Well, will you just look at that? On a Saturday in March, while no one is paying attention, the Biden DoJ just launched a new gun-grabbing task force. Because, well, because they can't help themselves.

"The launch of the National Extreme Risk Protection Order Resource Center will provide our partners across the country with valuable resources to keep firearms out of the hands of individuals who pose a threat to themselves or others," said Attorney General Merrick B. Garland. "The establishment of the Center is the latest example of the Justice Department's work to use every tool provided by the landmark Bipartisan Safer Communities Act to protect communities from gun violence."

We need to thank God every day that Mitch McConnell and Donald Trump kept this evil man off the Supreme Court. Every. Single. Day.

Garland is launching a new group that's going to work to keep guns out of dangerous people's hands.

(At this point, it's important to remember that Garland and his DoJ think that attending the Latin mass, a pro-life rally, or protesting porn in schools makes you a domestic terrorist.)

Apparently, Congress did authorize this, according to the bureaucrats in DC who really put the law into place, in their 2022 "Safer Communities Act."

That is until it gets challenged like every unconstitutional red flag law.

Absolutely insane.

Are they going to get away with it?

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