Daily Archives: 1, July 22, 2022

“We will not tolerate any attempt by the federal government to deprive Missourians of this critical civil right.” Republican Missouri Gov. Mike Parson and Attorney General Eric S. Schmitt

Biden’s border policies violate his obligations under the Constitution

Biden administration instructs ICE to ignore the law and their oath

Joe Biden Gets Angrier at People Who Enforce Immigration Laws Than At People Who Break Them

“President Biden and the Department of Justice have decided to reward states and cities that refuse to cooperate with enforcing constitutional immigration laws that protect our citizens against foreign threats, but now they attack Missouri for refusing to cooperate with enforcing unconstitutional gun confiscation laws that put our citizens in danger and degrade their rights. You cannot have it both ways,” it continued.

‘Missouri Will Defend Its Citizens’: State Shoots Back At DOJ Over Gun Laws

Brianna Lyman News and Commentary Writer June 18, 2021

Republican Missouri Gov. Mike Parson and Attorney General Eric S. Schmitt said Thursday the Biden administration is infringing on the Second Amendment in a letter pushing back against the Department of Justice (DOJ).

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“I will use the full power of my Office to stop the FBI, which has become relentlessly politicized and has virtually no credibility, from illegally prying around in the personal information of Missouri gun owners.” Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt

Missouri Attorney General Condemns FBI’s Illegal Attempts to Harvest Concealed Carry Permit Information from Missouri Sheriffs

Jul 13, 2022, 14:24 PM by AG Schmitt

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Today, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray demanding that they cease their attempts to illegally obtain information from local sheriffs on Missourians who have concealed carry permits. Missouri law specifically prohibits the sharing of information on concealed carry permit holders to any entity – local, state, federal, or otherwise.

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