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Supreme Court Justice Jackson Applauded New Zealand’s Gun Confiscation

'This isn’t about taking away anyone’s rights...'

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Future Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was spotted applauding New Zealand’s ban on semi-automatic long guns during a commencement speech at Harvard University.

According to The Daily Wire, Jackson was reacting to remarks made by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who took a moment to step back from congratulating outgoing seniors to discuss her ban of “military-style semi-automatics and assault rifles.”

Jackson clapped immediately after her comment.

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That particular comment was also met with a cacophony of cheers from the crowd.

Ardern’s shill for gun control acts as a follow up to the recent tragedy at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, which resulted in the deaths of 19 children and two teachers.

Jackson, who refused to condemn the malicious Roe v. Wade leak form the Supreme Court and the subsequent protests outside of her co-worker’s homes, has not made any public comments concerning birth control.

She did further discuss the topic of abortion in an interview with The Washington Post.

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President Joe Biden has also been hinting at upcoming gun restrictions coming down the pipeline, emphasizing that “no amendment is absolute.”

“This isn’t about taking away anyone’s rights,” Biden claimed before rattling off a list of ways that he wanted to take away people’s Second Amendment rights.

Biden announced he would be for the banning of semi-automatic long guns, what he called “high-capacity magazines,” beefing up red flag laws that deny Americans due process and further restricting gun manufacturers.

“We need to ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines,” Biden said. “And if we can’t ban assault weapons, then we should raise the age to purchase them from 18 to 21, strengthen the background checks.”

 

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