Federal judge rules against NRA in Florida gun law case
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Federal judge rules against NRA in Florida gun law case

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Federal Judge Mark Walker has ruled that the anonymous teenage plaintiffs challenging the anti-gun law Governor Rick Scott recently signed in Florida had to disclose their identities.

Walker, who said he sides with the NRA and would not want these kids exposed to “vitriol” and “harassment,” said there was nothing he could do because off judicial precedent.

“If it were entirely up to this court, the court would not hesitate to grant the NRA’s motion…One need only look to the harassment suffered by some of the Parkland shooting survivors to appreciate the vitriol that has infected public discourse about the Second Amendment. And this court has no doubt the harassment goes both ways.”-Judge Mark Walker

Walker is right, unfortunately. While there is, harassment being spewed from both sides of this issue, the hate is especially prevalent coming from the anti-gun lobby.

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