Meet em at the border, perhaps?

Joe Carr proposes a law:

Carr, a Lascassas Republican, is introducing a bill that would slap federal officials with a Class A misdemeanor for enforcing new federal gun laws, executive orders, rules or regulations.

“It’s our attempt to push back on the federal government’s ever-increasing encroachment not only on our personal liberties but on our state sovereignty, and this is what we’re going to do. We’ve had enough, and enough is enough,” he told reporters at a press conference in Murfreesboro.

Under Carr’s proposal, House Bill 42, state troopers would have the authority to arrest federal officers, although he said he believed, but is not certain, the practice would be legal and added it would face a likely challenge by the courts if passed.

Here is to hoping that TNGA

Here is to hoping that TNGA Rep. Joe Carr will be the first member of the Tennessee General Assembly that is scooped up by federal marshals for violating his oath of office (i.e.: protecting the U.S. Constitution and the federal laws with his proposed filing of a nullification bill within the Tennessee House of Representatives) I suppose that the filing of this nullification bill by Rep. Carr demonstrates that he was lying to both God and to his Tennessee constituents about his swearing to protect the U.S. Constitution and defend the laws of the United States.

Mr. Carr, No Bill of

Mr. Carr, No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.

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