Colion Noir tells ‘Tucker Carlson Today’ ‘I will not comply’ with Dems’ gun ban, cites landmark Heller verdict

Colion Noir tells 'Tucker Carlson Today' 'I will not comply' with Dems' gun ban, cites landmark Heller verdict

Attorney and Second Amendment activist Colion Noir said on Fox Nation’s " Tucker Carlson Today " that a recent Supreme Court ruling gives him the ability to declare "I will not comply" with unconstitutional gun laws being forwarded by President Joe Biden and congressional Democrats. Biden and the Left seek a blanket ban on so-called "assault weapons" — something that was initially brought to fruition in the 1990s by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., under President Clinton. That 10-year ban was not renewed by Congress during the second Bush administration. Fox Nation – America is Streaming Original Series, Documentaries, Movies & more that Celebrate America This year, Feinstein — along with Rep. David N. Cicilline of Rhode Island — again has introduced a ban bill. Noir, sporting a hat that read "I will not comply," told Fox Nation’s "Tucker Carlson Today" that a ban on so-called "assault weapons" is illegitimate. Appearing to channel the nation’s first U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall — who notably said "a law repugnant to the Constitution is void" — Noir replied bluntly: "are we expected to comply with unconstitutional laws in this country? We’re not." "We already had the Supreme Court which decided in Heller that we do have a right to own firearms in this country, and AR-15 is one of those. It’s one of the most popular rifles in this country, it is in common use," said Noir. In the landmark 2008 Supreme Court case, District of Columbia v. Heller, plaintiff […]

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