Letter to the Editor

Backs Second Amendment Editor, I had no intention of writing a letter to the editor until I read that shortsighted letter in the May 14 edition. A women was lambasting Worcester County Sheriff Matthew Crisafulli for making Worcester County a “sanctuary county.” She defined this by stating “a sanctuary for gun control.” She stated that the sheriff by doing this would be breaking Maryland law. It is obvious that she doesn’t understand how this is not remotely true. The Supremacy Clause of the Constitution, article 6 clause 2, states that any federal treaties, laws, or decisions made by the federal government, and in accordance with the Constitution, will override any conflicting laws or decisions made by states. If the good sheriff was ordered by RINO governor Hogan to outlaw all guns in the state or break and enter homes and confiscate them, our sheriff and all sheriffs, have the Constitutional right to refuse such an order. The oath of office that Sheriff Crisafulli took does not obligate him to enforce laws emanating from Annapolis that are not well anchored in the United States Constitution. Our founders knew how important is was to have an armed citizenry so they enacted the second amendment, the right to keep and bear arms. Not so they can hunt, collect or protect themselves from bodily harm but to protect themselves from a run-a-way government bent on taking away all human rights. They experienced this in England. We don’t really need more gun laws at […]

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