County proclamations recognize 2nd Amendment, Hoisington tornado

County proclamations recognize 2nd Amendment, Hoisington tornado

Shawn Hutchinson The Barton County Commission on Monday adopted a proclamation stating Barton County is a Second Amendment Sanctuary for the preservation and defense of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution and also adopted a proclamation commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the Hoisington tornado. In other business, the commission approved the purchase of Malwarebytes anti-virus software and heard a COVID update. Second Amendment Sanctuary Commissioner Shawn Hutchinson presented Proclamation 2021-09: A Proclamation that Barton County is a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary for the Preservation and Defense of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. “Under this adopted Proclamation, Barton County is proclaimed as a Sanctuary for the 2nd Amendment. Further, the Proclamation states the Commission does not condone the creation of any unlawful and unconstitutional statutes, executive orders or other regulations and proclamations which conflict, and are expressly preempted by, the United States Supreme Court’s rulings on the right of an individual to keep and bear arms. In addition, the Proclamation will be sent to both state and federal representatives of Barton County.” “The proclamation is to make Barton County, Kansas, the sanctuary county for the Second Amendment,” Hutchinson said. “The reason that I think that’s so important is because, with a stroke of a pen, these people in Washington can make half of Barton county felons, overnight. What Barton County needs is not more gun control laws. What we need is fewer hypocritical politicians in Washington.” He read the Second Amendment: “A well regulated Militia, being […]

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