The Supreme Court has released a major Second Amendment ruling on Thursday, this one involving a New York guns rights case that sided with America’s right to bear arms.
The 6-3 ruling in what was called the biggest gun case facing the Supreme Court in 14 years involving proper cause for a concealed carry permit. The state ruled against the two people in the case, claiming they did not have sufficient cause to conceal carry a gun outside their home.
But the Supreme Court said oh yes you can! SCOTUS sided with the two people in the case, noting the decision infringed on their right to bear arms. The denial was not based on any specific violation of law but rather on an overarching, broad decision that contradicted the Second Amendment rights of the New Yorkers.
The ruling decided Americans don’t need a special reason to obtain a conceal carry permit. Instead, it is an American’s constitutional right to do so and the government can not infringe on it.
This will impact far left states that have nearly banned conceal carry altogether like New York, California, Hawaii, and others.
The decision won’t make gun control advocates happy, but it’s the right move in a political climate that seems to think the Second Amendment is optional rather than foundational to our nation’s government, even in gun-grabbing states like New York. Find out more in the video on this important ruling now.