from Rowena White, Director of Communications, Office of the Mayor

(Oct. 9, 2018) —

WHO:                   Mayor Joseph Ganim, Police Chief Armando Perez, CT Against Gun Violence Executive Director Jeremy Stein, Representatives from Congressman Jim Himes and Senator Chris Murphy’s Office, members of Bridgeport state Legislative Delegation, City Council and community members

WHAT:                 Mayor Ganim will join Chief Perez, CT Against Gun Violence along with members of the State Delegation and Bridgeport City Council to take a stand for gun safety & legislation by signing a city ordinance banning 3-D printed weapons and ghost guns in Bridgeport.

WHEN:                Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 10:00 AM

WHERE:             Mayor’s Conference Room, Margaret E. Morton Government Center, 999 Broad Street, Bridgeport, CT 06604


Rowena White
Director of Communications
Office of the Mayor | City of Bridgeport
Margaret E. Morton Government Center
999 Broad Street | Bridgeport, CT 06604
(203) 576-8439 office
(203) 726-0047 cell

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  1. Many pro and con ‘gun’ debaters imply that the Second Amendment grants authority to keep and bear arms. Not so. The Second Amendment does not GRANT the citizens of the U.S. the right to keep and bear ‘arms’. The Second Amendment commands lawmakers not to make ANY laws banning or restricting the God-given right to keep and bear any ’arms’.

    When framing the U.S. Constitution, our Founding Fathers did not mince words, use needless phrases, nor leave doubt in the mind of the reader. The Second Amendment reads: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” One sentence formed by the Founding Fathers that is plain and simple to understand, except for Liberal Loons and RINOs. The Second Amendment has no ‘exception’ clauses, phrases, nor sentences.

    All ‘arms’ laws directed at non-incarcerated U.S. citizens, including the laws requiring the need to be licensed to ‘carry’, are unConstitutional. A weapon is useless and null without the human intervention factor. Banning ‘arms’ of any design is infringement, which is contrary to the basic premise of the Second Amendment. Liberals will seek any opportunity to tax a situation or an object if they cannot otherwise completely ban it.

    If a Ferrari-type automobile could be printed out on a 3-D printer, liberals would ban it. If they were unsuccessful in banning it, then they would tax it to death.

    “Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.” – Ronald W. Reagan.

  2. Just more unconstitutional “law”! When will the federal government stop the states from violating the Constitution. This has NOTHING to do with state’s rights, because the states cannot violate the Constitution any more than the federal government can. Maybe now, with Kavanaugh on the SCOTUS (and Kennedy gone), the SCOTUS will finally hear these anti-Constitutional laws and nullify them once and for all — including unconstitutional federal gun laws !!!!!!!!