The National Rifle Association takes on Letitla James both individually and in her official capacity as attorney General. (Hereinafter referred to as “James”)
Action has been filed in court on August 6th 2020 demanding a jury trial. The attack by James against NRA is at best a political campaign promise for the office of AG in New York.
When an official uses the office as a foundation for immunity and basks in common deference to actions from that desk there is concern my many.
James calling the NRA a terrorist organization and a criminal enterprise promising legal action against any business that supports NRA including charitable foundations. Judicial threat without evidence further erodes the foundation of due process.
It is apparent that James is following the practice out of New York as her predecessor Eric Schneiderman defied his own political party loyalty and warned the NRA that this was coming.
Back in 2017 Schneiderman clearly stated he was opposed to NRA’s stance on the second amendment. He openly admitted there was political pressure was placed on that office by powerful political interests.
They are still blaming NRA for President Trump’s 2016 victory and have vowed to weaken NRA as a political force in 2020.
With the corruption under the spotlight in New York, James has been under fire with close perceived ties to Cuomo. The New York Times even ran for cover in August 2019 and endorsed James’ opponent in the AG race.
“The New York Democratic Party political machine seeks to harass, defund, and dismantle the NRA because of what it believes and what it says.”
This lawsuit has been filed for declaratory and injunctive relief under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.
If a political operative can legislate from the bench or employ a personal objection from that high level political position the citizens rights are lost.
The case filed will move forward with NRA calling for justice on behalf of the members of the organization and the future of America.
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