Florida Ag Commissioner, Enemy Of DeSantis, Suspends Conceal Carry Permits Of 22 Citizens

Florida Ag Commissioner Nikki Fried, who is running against Ron DeSantis for Governor in 2022, stripped 22 citizens of their concealed carry permits.

The reason? They peacefully demonstrated in D.C. on January 6, 2021.

Florida Ag Commissioner, Enemy Of DeSantis, Suspends Conceal Carry Permits Of 22 Citizens After NRA Made It Possible

Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried boasted on Tuesday that she has used her powers to suspend the legal concealed carry permits of 22 Florida citizens who attended the Trump rally and protested for election integrity at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

Some Florida residents were confused as how an Ag Commissioner has the authority to revoke concealed carry permits in the first place. Ironically, the loophole that allows Fried to curtail gun rights was lobbied for and pushed through the state legislature by the National Rifle association…

Fried, a far-left career lawyer, narrowly won the race for Ag Commissioner in 2018 by less than 7,000 votes. Since assuming her position, she has worked to restrict gun rights, crafted anti-concealed carry legislation, and worked with radical anti-Second Amendment group Everytown for Gun Safety to make June 4 “Gun Violence Awareness Day in the State of Florida.”

 

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4 Responses to Florida Ag Commissioner, Enemy Of DeSantis, Suspends Conceal Carry Permits Of 22 Citizens

  1. Yer…..she’s a real pistol that one, very pretentious.
    Nothing like a little “due process” to kick in the teeth eh? I bet she was THRILLED to make this shot.

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  2. Lucille says:

    Well, that certainly backfired on the NRA. Wonder what their reasoning was on this measure.

    Since the lefties and other assorted SJWs are already on her side, what political gain does she think this will give her?

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  3. resolute says:

    The reason? Presumption of guilt, which isn’t even a reason. It’s more of a lame excuse. So much for due process. Is the Commissioner betting that none of the 22 will post a legal challenge to this? I wouldn’t have thought that an ag commissioner would have authority over second amendment issues. Maybe it’s time to revisit that decision and review how she acquired such powers. Smells like the product of a back room dirty deal.

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