As such, here are questions gun owner rights advocates should expect the representatives they enable and support to ask Judge Gorsuch, things he shouldn’t have any trouble answering:
What did the Founders mean by “A well regulated militia”?
What did the Founder mean by “being necessary to the security of a free State”?
What did the Founders mean by “the right of the people to keep and bear arms”?
What did the Founders mean by “shall not be infringed”?
How can past Supreme Court opinion specifying protected arms as those being “in common use at the time” not apply to the types of firearms needed for militia service?
I’d also add a tangentially-related question, one not directly part of the “single issue,” but one that nonetheless is being used to undermine it:
What Constitutional basis is there to “secure the blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity” by exercising protective measures over who may enter the country and who may become a citizen?
Naturally I don’t expect anyone to ask these questions. I expect confirmation, with Republicans telling us this guy’s the greatest thing since sliced bread and Democrats stirring up the ANTIFA rabble to convince everyone he’s a Nazi.
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Never ever bad questions to ask...but the conclusion is probably right...