Friday, April 2, 2021

Lynn Fights for Guns

Lord Protector Lynn Fitch issued the following statement.

 

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is she even aware that Mississippi has joined this band-wagon?

Anonymous said...

Ms Fitch wants to tell another State (California) what its gun laws should be. Based upon her legal reasoning, any other State has the legal authority to tell Mississippians what our laws can be. This won't sit well with the majority of Mississippians. Again she engages in pandering, this time to those who fear their 2nd Amendment rights are imperiled. She doesn't do her job as Attorney General. Ms Fitch, you are a failure.

Anonymous said...

I'm not thinking the 9th Circuit gives a flying shit what Mississippi's attorney general thinks. This is pure political posturing and pandering by the AG. But hey, they all do it, so who's to blame her from following the good ol' boy political tradition established by her predecessors.

Anonymous said...

Great, now if ole Tater Tot would only grow a pair

Anonymous said...

It’s like that kid senior year who discovers that not doing anything for four years is not a good look for college applications and just starts joining any extracurricular group will take him.

Anonymous said...

Thanks General Fitch! 2A is the way and we’re proud to have an AG fighting for our gun rights!

Anonymous said...

Someone should tell her she is not Attorney General of California.

Anonymous said...

Airbrush General Fitch, fighting for the rights of Californians everywhere!

Anonymous said...

She’s the last one who need to be worried about gun rights. I saw a picture of her with her finger on the trigger while posing for a picture. She needs a gun safety course before she worry about gun rights!

Anonymous said...

She should sue Carey Wright for wasting our tax dollars on such a crappy education system while bragging how great it is.

Anonymous said...

7:49 - Mississippi now graduats 88% of students. We are finally one of the leading states in the USA. We should all be thankful for Carey Wright.

Anonymous said...

Virtue signalling.

Anonymous said...

You don't have to join extra-curricular activity groups to get into college. All you have to do is fog up a mirror. Your nine year old is half way to college. Book it.

Anonymous said...

I, for one, cannot wait for California to start telling MS how to run its affairs, since this seems to be a thing.

Aren’t you glad she’s using your tax dollars on the important things?

Anonymous said...

She is not fighting for "our" gun rights. Decisions by the 9th Circuit, also known as the 9th Circus, only impacts the left coast and Hawaii, Guam, etc., not Mississippi.

Aisle B Bach said...

The case is not a California issue...it is a Constitutional issue...until the Constitution is officially jettisoned, any precedent touching the constitution effects ALL states and is, therefore, an issue for all states.

Anonymous said...

Finally Mississippi has a strong conservative as Attorney General. Gun right restrictions in California will eventually impact gun rights in other states. A strong, pro-gun attorney general we now have!

Anonymous said...

When dies she get in front of a camera to explain her position. Has anyone actually seen her-apart from the photographer who ensured 12 hours of head shots earlier this month

Designer Briefcase said...

We don't necessarily need a strong conservative in this office. We need, at minimum, an experienced lawyer. What good is a conservative in this job without legal experience? Anybody can sign up for all these 'Won't You Join Us' lawsuits.

StarRider said...

Some staffer spent an hour composing the letter, she signed it and sent it along. If you're a voter in MS you can vote against her next election; until then, suck it up and deal with it. If you're not a voter in MS, butt out. The "progressives" spouting this bullshit about interfering in California politics are no doubt fully supportive of MLB moving the All-Star game.

The Ninth Circuit decision is clearly and flagrantly unconstitutional, and these AG's should line up in support of the appeal; see Aisle B. Bach's comment above if your understanding is insufficient of why we should support the citizens of the Ninth District. Fitch does strike me as an opportunist (she is, after all, a politician), but even a blind hog finds an acorn from time to time.

Anonymous said...

@10:24

The problem with Lynn, and apparently you, is that she doesn’t actually understand the political philosophy she purportedly adheres to. She just signs on when it sounds like something but actually isn’t. Because, you know, state’s rights. It’s fine to try to tell California what to do, but what is she going to say when California tells Mississippi what to do. You site the all star game? MLB is a business, laissez faire. Go read your Goldwater and Reagan, you need a refresher.

Anonymous said...

Please keep it up Ms Fitch! Mississippi needs you!

Aisle B Bach said...

@12:50 you really should try reading the constitution...you are referring to the 10th amendment I would assume from your snarky answer...this is NOT a state's rights issue...the first 9 amendments are in that order for a reason. The 10th leaves all OTHER issues not delegated or forbidden by the aforementioned to the states. Please refrain from projecting your own lack of "understanding" to others. Argue if you must but please do so from an informed position.

Anonymous said...

Aisle be bach - the appellate courts address constitutional issues? Who knew?

Anonymous said...

@7:00 am

Wow. You don’t see how Mississippi butting into a California state law is not a state’s right issue? Remember that next time MS passes a heartbeat bill and the liberals in California sue us. You, and Lynn, will be yelling about state’s rights.

And just FYI, the bill of rights is not ordered in degree of importance. The order is a result of James Madison and Roger Sherman arranging the hundreds of purposed amendments in the order of the sections of the Constitution that they would have modified.

For example, The original first amendment, which did not pass, outlined how the number of seats in Congress would rise in response to population growth (Article I, Section 2). Similarly, the original second amendment, which did not pass (it would come back as the 27th Amendment) banned members of Congress from raising their own salaries before voters had an opportunity to oust them (Article I, Section 6).

Nice try though. Thanks for playing

Anonymous said...

Aisle B Bach

The word sciolist comes to mind

Anonymous said...

When will the Enhanced Carry Law apply to the State Fairgrounds? Brandon Ampitheatre? Fix your own house first.

Anonymous said...

@1:46pm Exactly! Fitch should have been spearheading the enhanced carry initiative that would have allowed trained, responsible gun owners to carry regardless of certain state agencies blatantly violating Mississippi law. The corrupt IHL prevented the law from moving forward when it's colleges that need it most. Where's Fitch? Buying hairspray and wrinkle cream.

Anonymous said...

You should find & read the original 1933 NFA Bill submission. FDR instructed his Attorney General Homer Cummings to use the same playbook as used in the 1914 Harrison Narcotics act, to TAX & criminalize certain Narcotics out of existence. Opiates & Cocaine (That Worked Well)

In the Original 1934 Bill, HANDGUNs would be subject to the same regulations as Machine Guns. Never let a crisis go to waste. Only the refusal of Congress saved HANDGUNs from being regulated as Machine Guns. This was effectively a Gun Ban, (Disguised as a Tax) as New Pistols could be bought for less than 3.00, just as Suppressors. Adding the 200.00 tax stamp on HANDGUNs would essentially ban them just like Machine Guns. (Companies who used them in Strike Busting had no problem getting permits & paying the 200.00) At the last moment, the NFA that was put into law, removed HANDGUNS & suddenly inserted Suppressors, without any explanation of why suppressors were added.

Not to be discouraged, Homer Cummings recruited a North Carolina Senator to reintroduce legislation in 1938 to add HANDGUN registration again to the NFA & a National Ownership & Finger print database + went on NBC Radio to attempt to gain public support for it. Fortunately it didn't pass.

Homer Cummings 1938 Radio Transcript pdf

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.justice.gov/sites/default/files/ag/legacy/2011/09/16/04-25-1938.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwi1hoXJl-jvAhX0B50JHX3ICbgQFjAAegQIBhAC&usg=AOvVaw1KzVRtwKnk5umcFJJiFgId&cshid=1617662913388

Aisle B Bach said...

Anonymous

The word SuperCaliSciolisticexpialidocious comes to mind

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