Anti-Gun Left Gets Some Bad News
Article from The Daily Wire by Amanda Prestigiacomo.
The anti-gun Left could not contain their excitement when news broke on Monday that a federal judge in Seattle extended a ban on Austin-based company Defense Distributed from hosting 3D-printable gun files, though the company has a license from the State Department to do so, and, you know, First Amendment protections.
The ruling was intensely shaky and a jab to both the First and Second Amendment, so naturally Democrats were aroused.
Defense Distributed founder Cody Wilson crushed their short-lived happiness during a Tuesday press conference where he revealed that he actually won’t be stopped from sharing technical data; he will simply sell the files via his website, defcad.com. (Yes, he can do this.)
“This judge’s order, stopping us from simply giving things away, was only an authorization that we could sell it, that we could mail it, that we could email it, that we could provide it by secure transfer. I will be doing all of those things, now,” announced Wilson.
Read the entire article at The Daily Wire.
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