Governor Hochul in New York has told police that “anyone carrying a firearm is presumed to be carrying unlawfully until proven otherwise.”

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Al Martin

Further, She says that if a citizen is driving a car, it is assumed to be stolen and if carrying money, that is stolen too. If walking, it is assumed you are fleeing after committing a crime. It you are sitting still it is assumed that you are contemplating a crime or that you voted for Trump.

Bterclinger

This is what she’s doing.

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Daniel Shea

It’s a violation of due process clause and equal protection clause. The state will be sued for millions.

24and7

HER TOMFOOLERY MAY SHORTEN OFFICERS’ LIFESPANS…THEY BETTER USE DISCRETION INSTEAD OF LISTENING TO HER…SOME OF THOSE PEOPLE CAN EVEN SAVE THEM IN THEIR DARKEST HOUR…

Ledesma

Are you kidding? Police are in the disarm America business as deep as any liberal in fact, when it comes to disarming Americans, police and liberals should get a room together!

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Carl up North

Somehow, I don’t think that is Constitutional. A presumption of guilt before evidence of is not how policing is done. Seem to think there are several Supreme Court cases that absolutely prohibit those actions.

Last edited 1 month ago by Carl up North
I Haz A Question

Is the presumption of guilt before evidence what BGCs and NICS are all about?

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