State Dept: ‘Senate must ratify UN Arms Trade Treaty for it to be legal.’

The Obama administration upped its commitment to get the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty ratified, a tall order since a bipartisan coalition of 50 senators have already said they oppose the gun treaty Secretary of State John Kerry signed three years ago. Second Amendment advocates are concerned the treaty could provide an international law rationalization for…

  1. Doesn’t matter what it says or dictates. Nothing overrides the Constitution so it could say pistols are banned and it wouldn’t matter. Not that the liberals believe the constitution has any weight in US law.

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