Major Let Down: Supreme Court is Now Allowing Anti-Gunners to Sue Gun Manufacturers into Bankruptcy
On November 12, 2019 the Supreme Court let gun owners down.
Supreme Court reporter Greg Stohr revealed that the Supreme Court rejected an appeal and won’t block a lawsuit against Remington Arms by family members of the victims of the Sandy Hook massacre.
Stohr tweeted, “BREAKING: Supreme Court deals blow to gun industry, rejects appeal and won’t block lawsuit against Remington Arms by family members of nine people killed in Sandy Hook massacre.”
BLP previously reported on the advancement of this lawsuit on March 14, 2019 and the potential implications it has for gun rights.
BREAKING: Supreme Court deals blow to gun industry, rejects appeal and won't block lawsuit against Remington Arms by family members of nine people killed in Sandy Hook massacre.
— Greg Stohr (@GregStohr) November 12, 2019
Specifically, this lawsuit is directed towards Remington Arms for allegedly facilitating this shooting.
The Sandy Hook massacre witnessed a madman kill 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012.
As a result of this massacre, Connecticut and other states like New York passed draconian gun control measures such as the SAFE Act.
With the Supreme Court not willing to take up this case, the floodgates are now open for litigation against gun companies.
Gun control supporters are creative and will find every way possible to undermine the Second Amendment.
Gun owners should be prepared for more litigation used against gun manufacturers.
The clear endgame of this strategy is to bankrupt gun manufacturers by taking them to court and slowly watch them get buried with legal fees.