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Sheriff Mack: Constitutional Sheriffs Refusing to Infringe on Gun Rights IS the Solution

Infowars – Aaron Dykes

In this behind-the-scenes footage, Sheriff Richard Mack explains why counties refusing to implement gun control measures is the best, and most peaceful, remedy to the attempts in Washington to destroy the 2nd Amendment.

A wave of sheriffs, state legislatures and law enforcement figures have stood up to put the federal government on notice that they will NOT be involved in any disarmament measures or violations of the 2nd Amendment. Their courageous and patriotic actions are the very solution, grounded in the Constitution and Bill of Rights, that Sheriff Mack has been advocating for decades through his books, and his organizational work with the Oath Keepers, the Constitutional Sheriffs & Police Officers Association ( and more.

Mack, formerly sheriff in Graham County, Arizona, successfully staved off federal encroachment over implementation of the Brady Act in the 1990s, after suing for the rights of county sheriffs and winning his case at the Supreme Court level.

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2 Responses to Sheriff Mack: Constitutional Sheriffs Refusing to Infringe on Gun Rights IS the Solution

  1. PrionPartyy says:

    Good luck with this. But…

    In recent years, the globalists have spent considerable effort and cash in elections to replace sheriffs of longstanding service with more agreeable tools. Never before have so many sheriffs in so many places been replaced than in the last 4 years.

  2. RoHa says:

    Pssst! When “infringe” means “to act contrary to laws or rights”, it does not take “on”, so that headline should be:

    “One Response to Sheriff Mack: Constitutional Sheriffs Refusing to Infringe Gun Rights IS the Solution”

    (And good for the sheriffs. Nice to hear of lawmen respecting the law.)

    When “infringe” means “to trespass or encroach on physical territory”, then it takes “on”.

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