President Barack Obama hadn’t even announced his gun control proposals last week, and states were already trying to criminalize anybody who enforces them.
Wyoming State Rep. Kendell Kroeker introduced a bill that said law enforcement agents who tried to enforce any future gun control laws would be guilty of a felony and could spend up to five years in prison, Stateline reported last week.
Texas, Mississippi, and Tennessee legislators have followed suit, with Miss. Rep. Joe Carr proposing legislation that would make it a misdemeanor crime for federal agents to enforce new gun control laws, dnj.com reported Wednesday.
And now a New York Times’ editorial, published Thursday, is taking shots at states that are resorting to such…