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Governor Hochul calls federal judge ruling on NY gun laws "deeply disappointing"

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The article states “"In the wake of the Supreme Court's reckless decision that reversed decades of established law amid a national gun violence crisis, the State Legislature and I acted decisively to keep New Yorkers safe. The Concealed Carry Improvement Act was carefully crafted to put in place common-sense restrictions around concealed carry permits." said the governor in a statement.

First “the Supreme Court's reckless decision” was not reckless.  No, it was "not reckless".  It lessened the anti-gun politicians reign of harassment, intimidation and threats directed at law abiding firearm owners rather than go after the dangerous violent criminals in New York State committing “PEOPLE VIOLENCE”.

Second Governor Hochul “acted decisively to keep New Yorkers safe” only ended up harassing, intimidating and threatening law abiding gun owners.

Third the “Concealed Carry Improvement Act was carefully crafted” only to harass, intimidate and threaten law abiding gun owners.  This nonsense legislation was only aimed at law abiding firearm owners, not New York State’s coveted violent criminals.

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First should have been "...decision that reversed decades of established law..." because it was UNCONSTITUTIONAL which trumps (pun-intended) safety.  

Benjamin Franklin — 'Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.'

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