|DATE:||April 17, 2020|
|TO:||USF & NRA Members and Friends|
|FROM:||Marion P. Hammer|
|USF Executive Director|
|NRA Past President|
Floridians should take note of the fact that Attorneys General take an oath of office and swear to uphold the Constitution -- that includes the Second Amendment. While some Attorneys General, who claim to be strong on Second Amendment rights, seem to be reluctant to stand up and protect the rights they swore to uphold and protect, the Attorney General of West Virginia shows no such reluctance. Other AGs should take lessons from Attorney General Patrick Morrisey (R).
|By AWR HAWKINS|
|April 16, 2020|
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey (R) is advising sheriffs in his state to stay on task processing concealed carry permit applications and issuing those permits for applicants legally able to carry a gun.
Morrisey wants residents of this state to maintain the ability to defend themselves, regardless of coronavirus shutdowns and/or social distancing requirements.
The NRA-ILA quoted Morrisey saying, “While we want our residents to be safe and practice good social distancing, we also want to ensure they can still exercise their right to keep and bear arms.”
On March 27, 2020, Breitbart News reported Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s (R) comments, in which he made clear counties and municipalities cannot shut down gun sales during the coronavirus crisis…