Washington State Opens Door to Tax Gun Ownership Out of Existence

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Washington State has long been the home for the fringiest of the left fringe to try out the fringiest of left fringe attempts to use the power of the coercive enterprise’s guns to force people to behave like the good little progressives they imagine, deep down, we all want to be.

Thanks to a convoluted ruling by the Washington State Supreme Court that performed more daring feats of wonder than the Happy Days episode in which Fonzi LITERALLY JUMPED A SHARK, the poor residents of that fiefdom of the coercive enterprise of America might soon be facing a “gun violence tax,” which is really just a ‘clever’ way of attempting to prevent people from owning and possessing guns.

The anti-gun, anti-human, anti-liberty ruling gave a mythological Rule of Law blessing to Seattle’s “gun violence tax,” a tax that places a $25 tax on each gun purchase and 5 cents for each round of ammo. Of course, no one expects the tax to start to jump up precipitously in Seattle because governments simply don’t….wait…oh…wait. Now I get it.
And others do too, but they have little power over the leftie fringie American fiefdom of Washington State, controlled as it is almost entirely by the leftiest of the fringiest lefty left city known as Seattle.

The ruling came down this past August 10th, 2017, a day that will sort of maybe live in infamy if people were even aware that it happened, or, frankly, even cared.

Read the full convoluted article for itself, and ask yourself, do you still think words on paper can ever prevent lawyers from finding a way to claim they’re following Rule of Law while they fundamentally violate its intent? If the 2nd amendment were truly powerful enough, in words on paper, could any lawyer even do to that standard what these sophists in robes were able to do here?

Read the entire ruling here.

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Contributed by Paul Gordon of iState TV.

Paul Gordon is the editor of Istate.tv and co-host of numerous podcasts including VisPrivus, Lulzilla and Full Auto. He is also the publisher of a local digital newspaper, the Tioga Freedomist

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