SB 13-140 introduced nullifying any future federal firearms regulation

SB 13-140 has been introduced in the Colorado Senate which attempts to nullify any federal statue, rule, or regulation concerning firearms which becomes effective on or after January 1, 2013.  The legislation is sponsored predominately by the usual suspects who want federal laws regulating a woman's reproductive plumbing, but God have mercy on you if you regulate their 100 round capacity assault weapon.

SB 13-140 would prohibit any government employee or agency, including law enforcement, from enforcing any future federal law relating to a firearm, ammunition, ammunition magazine, or firearm accessory. In addition, it directs the Colorado Attorney General to defend any resident of Colorado who may be federally prosecuted for violating any future law that may be passed by the federal government regulating their God given right to push lead through that AK-47 until the barrel melts.

And so there's no misunderstanding, SB 13-140 even provides for the arrest and prosecution of "any employee or agent of the United States Government who enforces or attempts to enforce a federal statue, rule, regulation, order, action, or act"  concerning the above God given rights.

Now if we could only get a bill like this authorizing the arrest and prosecution of any federal agent or law enforcement official attempting to bust someone for smoking a joint…..

2 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. bullshit!bullshit! says:

    Yeah…because nullification worked SO WELL in 1832. Total maroons…

  2. DavidThi808DavidThi808 says:

    Have we become so innured to this that we no longer call it for what it is? This is treason.

    SB 13-140 even provides for the arrest and prosecution of "any employee or agent of the United States Government who enforces or attempts to enforce a federal statue, rule, regulation, order, action, or act"  concerning the above God given rights.

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