Justice Sotomayor Want’s To Take Your Guns, But One Protected Her Residence

A deputy U.S. marshal used a firearm to thwart an attempted carjacking in Washington, D.C., while protecting the residence of notoriously anti-Second Amendment Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

Eighteen-year-old Kentrell Flowers allegedly pulled a gun on one of the two deputy U.S. marshals parked outside of Sotomayor’s residence around 1:15 a.m., The New York Post reported. Sotomayor was reportedly not home at the time of the incident.

Notably, during Sotomayor’s nomination hearing she claimed to have accepted the Supreme Court’s earlier decision establishing the individual right to keep and bear arms in District of Columbia v. Heller.

As with most left-wing hacks, once in office her tune changed. Sotomayor signed onto the 2010 dissent in McDonald v. Chicago to argue the Second Amendment does not guarantee the right to self-defense.

Sotomayor, writing a concurring opinion in United States v. Rahimi, all but endorsed Congressional efforts to erase constitutional rights based off partisan, fleeting whims.

“In my view, the Second Amendment allows legislators ‘to take account of the serious problems posed by gun violence’ not merely by asking what their predecessors at the time of the founding or Reconstruction thought, but by listening to other constituents and crafting new and appropriately tailored solutions.”

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