THumP® calls for citizens to sue their home State over the unconstitutionality of state laws
Humanity Party® calls for citizens to sue their home State over the unconstitutionality of state laws allowing citizens to bear arms.
In the near future, the Humanity Party® will call upon its members to file pro se lawsuits in Federal Court against their home States’ gun rights laws.
The Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution states:
“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
THumP® maintains that it is unconstitutional for any citizen outside of “a well regulated Militia,” (which in modern times includes law enforcement agencies and the various military branches), to bear arms; that the only reason why this amendment was included was to ensure that “a well-regulated militia” could be summoned and bring their arms to muster under the authority and “regulation” of established military order and command at that time (1787).
THumP® will provide its members with the legal templates for the proper court documents that each pro se citizen can file in Federal Court, including, for those citizens without the money:
APPLICATION TO PROCEED IN FEDERAL COURT WITHOUT PREPAYING FEES OR COSTS THumP® will provide a clear and detailed protocol for filing the lawsuit and following legal and proper federal civil procedure in the matter.
(NOTE: The Humanity Party® seeks progressive reforms of the U.S. legal system to allow citizens to take back the courts for their use, instead of for the use and enrichment of attorneys. Pro se litigants are those who represent themselves in court.)
The First Cause of Action in the Complaint will be based on the original intent of the amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Complaint will ask the Court to strip all citizens “outside of a well-regulated” law enforcement agency or military branch of the right to bear arms.
THumP®’s hope is to get the lawsuit in front of the Supreme Court to definitively rule on the States’ laws that allow their citizens to bear arms.
In all other Supreme Court decisions involving gun control, the opinion of the SCOTUS was divided along political lines. It is THumP®’s hope that with the recent shootings and a new, more progressive and liberal Supreme Court Justice soon to be appointed, SCOTUS will finally rule the unconstitutionality of the right to bear arms outside of being a member of a “well-regulated” institution or agency of law and order.