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N.Y. Gun Measure Threatens to ‘Essentially Nullify the 2nd Amendment’

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In his latest original video, National Review’s Charles C. W. Cooke warns Americans of a new gun control measure that threatens citizens’ privacy and Second Amendment rights.

“As part of a sweeping set of gun control proposals that are currently under consideration in New York State,” Cooke begins, “a Brooklyn-based state representative named Kevin Parker has proposed a measure that, if enacted into law, would require anyone in New York applying for a handgun to hand over their social media username and password to the police.”

He goes on to explain what that means here:

Cooke concludes his video by urging Americans to pay attention because, “If New York passes this measure, it will essentially have nullified the Second Amendment within its borders.”

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