The Democrats are working to take away the freedoms of every single American.
Hundreds of millions of Americans would be affected by the transformation Biden wants to make.
Joe Biden is pressuring the Supreme Court to make a shocking constitutional change.
Last summer, protests raged all over America as BLM committed violence because of police brutality.
President Joe Biden said that there is “absolutely” systemic racism in law enforcement and freely accused the police of discriminating.
The left blames the police and is trying to limit their power, and at the same time is trying to keep Americans from having the means of protecting themselves.
Biden is pushing for the Supreme Court to let police enter homes without a warrant and seize firearms as the court listens to the oral arguments in Caniglia v. Strom.
The case happened after Edward Caniglia, 68, got into an argument with his wife, Kim, in 2015. Kim went to stay at a hotel after a fight and contacted the police, claiming she believed that her husband would harm himself.
According to the police incident report, he “seemed normal,” “was calm for the most part,” and said “he would never commit suicide.” Edward also had no criminal record and no history of violence or self-harm.
The “police were convinced that Edward could hurt himself and insisted he head to a local hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. After refusing and insisting that his mental health wasn’t their business, Edward agreed only after police (falsely) promised they wouldn’t seize his guns while he was gone.” Forbes reported.
The police then lied to Kim and told her that her husband agreed to have his guns confiscated. Kim, under a false impression, showed the police where the two handguns were that the couple owned, which were seized.
Edward was instantly discharged from the hospital but the police only returned the firearms after he filed a civil rights lawsuit against them.
The police argued that seizing firearms falls under “community caretaking,” a narrow exception to the Fourth Amendment’s warrant requirement, which is designed to allow police to remove inoperable vehicles on public roads.
First Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals admitted that “the doctrine’s reach outside the motor vehicle context is ill-defined.” But still they extended that doctrine to apply to seizure of private property in a private home without warrant.
The Biden administration urged the Supreme Court to side with the police, saying “the ultimate touchstone of the Fourth Amendment is ‘reasonableness,’” and that official warrants should not be “presumptively required when a government official’s action is objectively grounded in a non-investigatory public interest, such as health or safety.”
Justice Neil Gorsuch asked, “If the government can just get an administrative warrant to come in to test for illness, to check the temperature of the house, whether it’s too hot, too cold … what’s left of the Fourth Amendment?”
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