Trump ‘Ashamed’ of Supreme Court as Second Amendment Case Looms

Trump 'Ashamed' of Supreme Court as Second Amendment Case Looms

Former President Donald Trump isn’t entirely confident in the Supreme Court to rule in favor of the Second Amendment because they failed to take up his election fraud claims. The Supreme Court announced on Monday it would consider the scope of the Second Amendment as it regards a New York law prohibiting a person from carrying a concealed firearm in public. The makeup of the court has shifted from last year, when they dismissed a case challenging another New York gun law, but even with the addition of Justice Amy Coney Barrett , Trump is unsure how it will rule. His uncertainty seems to be being fueled by his still bitter feelings over the 2020 presidential election. He told Dan Bongino on his podcast, The Dan Bongino Show , that his three appointees not coming through on the election case was a "disgrace" and called the justices "gutless." "A lot of people are ashamed of the U.S. Supreme Court, and I happen to be one of them," Trump told Bongino. "Let’s see how this ruling turns out." Former President Donald Trump is "ashamed" of the Supreme Court and is unclear how they’ll rule in an upcoming Second Amendment case. Trump looks on during a cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House, July 18, 2018, in Washington, D.C. The Supreme Court has shied away from Second Amendment cases but agreed to hear a case that plaintiffs argue make it "virtually impossible for the ordinary law-abiding citizen" to […]

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