Why All Federal Gun Laws are Unconstitutional


Freedom Outpost’s constitutional scholar Publius Huldah recently explained why federal gun laws are illegal. She provides a history of gun control measures first introduced by Congress in 1927.

“The Constitution is so short,” she clarified– because every single power given to the Federal government is listed.

“Depending on how you count, we delegated only 21 powers to the Federal government,” she points out, adding that Article 1, Section 8, Clauses 1-16 identify these powers.

Huldah then courageously pointed out that all laws implemented by Congress, any restrictions imposed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, andy restrictions made by Executive Order, and all Supreme Court decisions, that restrict firearms are unconstitutional. These laws and regulations are illegal because the Constitution gives them NO AUTHORITY TO legislate.

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