Oregonians Suggest New Gun Law Tramples Second Amendment

Despite the vapid vitriol of President Joe Biden, the Second Amendment in America is absolute, both literally and effectively, and the American people have exactly zero appetite for any other version of the right to bear arms.

And so, as Oregon prepares to launch a new gun purchase law, the good people of the Beaver State are stocking up.

Gun enthusiasts in Oregon are scrambling to stock up on firearms before a new permit-to-purchase law goes into effect, drastically tightening gun regulations in the state.

Karl Durkheimer, the owner of Oregon’s Northwest Armory gun store just south of Portland, told Fox News that gun sales have hit a 30-year-high in recent weeks as Oregon residents await a judge’s ruling on whether the start of the strict permit-to-purchase law will be postponed amid Thursday’s deadline.

“Two things are happening. There’s fear they won’t be able to get a gun, but there’s the actual logistics that they won’t be able to do the background check,” Durkheimer said on “America Reports” Wednesday.

And then:

“It’s going to take a year before an Oregonian has a permit,” Durkehimer said. “If the effective date of the permit happens in the next 30 days – let’s say, that’s what some of the judges have been talking about – effectively an Oregonian will not be able to buy a firearm anywhere in the United States. And that’s a violation of the Second Amendment. The Oregonians will lose their constitutional rights.”

This sort of bureaucratic impedance is just diet infringement, and it appears as though Americans in the Pacific Northwest are growing wise to the ruse.