ALERT: If You Live In This State And Own Guns, DO NOT GO TO THE DOCTOR- Here’s Why

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By Huny Badger AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

On Thursday a federal appeals court ruled that Florida Doctors can ask patients about firearms, declaring a law aimed at restricting such discussions a violation of the First Amendment’s right to free speech.

Free speech? LMFWAO! That is ridiculous. Liberalism…

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The 8-3 decision by the full U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned an earlier decision by a divided three-judge panel that upheld the Florida law. The opinion applies only to portions of the law that restricted doctors inquiring about firearms.

Jonathan Lowy, one of the lawyers in the case and the director of the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence’s Legal Action Project stated:

“This is a hugely important victory for the First Amendment, for the rights of doctors and perhaps most importantly, the patients and families who are trying to protect themselves from guns in the home.”

How does this statement even make sense? Exactly how is a doctor asking a patient about firearms in their homes “protecting” them?  Last I checked, no firearm has ever woke up in the middle of the night and started causing chaos and violence upon the unsuspecting firearm owners.

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When did Doctors become professional firearm instructors as well as have the legal authority to decide what  a person is allowed to have in their homes?

The counter argument that a patient can simply find another Doctor is ignorant and shows a complete lack of understanding of medical insurance and the difficulties in finding a health care provider.

What is even more baffling is that the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found that this does not violate an individuals Second Amendment rights.

“The Second Amendment right to own and possess firearms does not preclude questions about, commentary on, or criticism for the exercise of that right.  There is no actual conflict between the First Amendment rights of doctors and medical professionals and the Second Amendment rights of patients.”~Circuit Judge Adalberto Jordan

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Apparently this circuit judge has no understanding of our Constitution and Amendments, let me provide a clear and ironclad rebuttal to this jack-wagon.

“A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

“Infringe” means to encroach upon or narrow the right in any way and that the purpose for the “shall not be infringed” language was to prevent regulation of the right.

Contrary to what some confused and unlettered judges think, the Second Amendment does indeed protect an individual right. Neither is it opaque or difficult to understand. A militia is “a citizen army,” an entity that is most definitely distinct from a professional military. The Second Amendment becomes perfectly lucid when we understand that the “well regulated” militia spoken of in the Amendment is to be composed of a people who have right to keep and bear arms. The two clauses of the Second Amendment, the first which refers to a “militia,” and the second which refers to “the people,” cannot be separated and interpreted independently. For the Second Amendment to be intelligible the two clauses must be reconciled. Indeed, it is very difficult to assemble a militia from a people who have been disarmed.

This is a base 2nd Amendment issue, and it’s about damn time we started fighting like it.

The 8-3 decision by the full U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned an earlier decision by a divided three-judge panel that upheld the Florida law. The opinion applies only to portions of the law that restricted doctors inquiring about firearms.

The case will return to U.S. District Judge Marcia Cooke in Miami for a ruling that follows the 11th Circuit’s direction. The decision could be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

(h/t FOX)

AFF’s Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

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