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Jim Jones Reacts To The Supreme Court Allowing Open Carry In NYC

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Today, the Supreme Court struck down a New York law that regulated who is allowed to carry a concealed weapon in public, ruling it violated the Second Amendment.

The offshoot will be that a lot more people will be allowed to open carry in cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Boston.

New Yorker Jim Jones reacted to the 6-3 decision, suggesting that many normal NYC residents will take advantage of the loosening of concealed weapons restrictions to protect themselves from rising crime.

 
 
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"Somebody break this down for all of us cause it’s gettin very nasty in ny to th point regular workin class citizen are takin th risk of carry guns for there protection cause th city is filled wit to much gun violence tht th police can’t get under control and people are scared for they life," Jones typed.

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