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Federal Officials Can Be Arrested for Enforcing Executive Order on Guns [AUDIO]

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Representative Steve Toth filed bill would have federal officials prosecuted for trying to infringe on the 2nd Amendment rights of Texas citizens. Toth was a guest on the Chad Hasty Show on KFYO Monday morning.(Story)

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Toth said, “We’re going to make it illegal for a federal official to come into the State of Texas under the executive order.

If they try to take any of these rifles (AR-15) away or if they try to impose federal law they will be subject of prosecution in the State of Texas.”

Toth said it would not cover federal overreach, since it would be trumped by the Supremacy Clause. Right now, the bill is being reviewed by lawyers before he brings the bill before the House.

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