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Why Keith Olbermann said it’s time to dissolve supreme court of United States?

Why Keith Olbermann said it’s time to dissolve supreme court of United States?

Sportscaster Keith Olbermann responded to the Supreme Court’s ruling in favour of the Second Amendment on Thursday by calling for the high court to be dissolved.

Breitbart News reported that SCOTUS has eliminated New York’s proper cause requirement for concealed carry, noting that the right to possess a weapon for self-defense within the home also applies to carrying a weapon outside the home for personal safety.

Olbermann, who lives in New York, is trending because of what he said about the ruling.

“It has become necessary to dissolve the Supreme Court of the United States. The first step is for a state that the “court” has now imposed weapons on, to ignore this ruling. Great. Are you a court? Why and how do you think it can enforce their decisions? he tweeted him.

Olbermann reacted by tweeting: “It has become necessary to dissolve the Supreme Court of the United States. The first step is for a state the “court” has now forced guns upon, to ignore this ruling. Great. You’re a court? Why and how do think you can enforce your rulings?

Keith Olbermann

When SCOTUS granted the certificate in the case, the NYSRPA responded:

This case challenges New York’s requirement that applicants show “good cause” to carry a firearm. New York regularly uses this requirement to deny applicants the right to carry a firearm outside of their home. The NRA believes that law-abiding citizens should not be required to prove they are in danger in order to receive government permission to exercise this constitutionally protected right.

NRA-ILA director Jason Ouimet also commented on the lawsuit after the Supreme Court agreed to hear it:

Under current New York law, a law-abiding resident becomes a felon the moment he leaves his home with his firearm. This is a clear violation of the Second Amendment. The NRA is grateful that the Supreme Court is addressing this critical issue. We are proud to be a part of this case, and we look forward to a future in which law-abiding Americans everywhere have the fundamental right to self-defence in the manner provided for by the Constitution.

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