At some point everyone has to wake up and realize that this is all madness, right!?
Ammosexuals are such scared little people, clutching their weapons to make themselves feel powerful.
Are baseball caps, tshirts and huge pins with similar slogans allowed?
Shop a gun in for the log and this is what I see in every gun cultist.
These are not people who have what it takes to plan for the future.
To be fair, it’s likely Tennessee lawmakers have no clue what the “>” sign means. Maybe they thought the spectators were threatening to give all the guns to one kid. Giving one child a monopoly on guns is unfair. Every child should have one.
How big would my AR-15 pin need to be before it was considered a problem?
Is it too heavy to carry? That would be a problem.
Nobody can be trusted to use signage responsibly, there should be some form of sign control. Currently, people can have as many signs as they want or can afford, or sometimes even steal. I know you said “pins”, but you must understand, visual information is all the same and it’s petty to describe minor, inconvenient differences when really, they’re all equally potentially damaging, and should all be kept away from children, and, frankly, most adults.
If it is 1:1 scale, fully functioning, and loaded, your right to wear it would be protected under the 2nd Amendment; which trumps anyone else’s 1st Amendment Right
Applauding your excellent mental gymnastics…not the outcome!
This could be alleviated by some sort of strap that allowed you to distribute the weight more evenly
And yet it is a violation of 1st amendment rights to indict and book someone for crimes. Huh.
Those weren’t crimes! They were just expressing their first amendment right to over-turn a legal election and to commit acts of violence to further that! Why do you have America so much! /s
Christ. What assholes.
Let’s hope the judge reviewing this case also thinks that is a very valid and pertinent question.
Yes but they would probably offer help in that case.
Similar from 2017, but specifically notes that signs = banned but guns = allowed.
And more recent follow up:
The emotional and chaotic scene irked both Republican and Democratic lawmakers, while others pointed out that although signs were banned, the public could still freely carry firearms inside the legislative office building. Signs were present during a House committee hearing Wednesday morning.
I bet if they brought signs reading, “2nd amendment >1st amendment,” they’d be allowed to stay.
That might actually be worth doing. Then you’ve got them on content based restrictions.
They just need to present their signs like this.