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VIDEO: Sheriff Richard Mack Visits Kalispell

Sheriff Richard I Mack visited Kalispell, Montana this weekend to speak about his role in the Printz v. United States lawsuit – in which he was victorious – overturning the portion of the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act championed by the Clintons that compelled local law enforcements agencies to perform background checks on gun buyers.

He also talked about his founding the Constitutional SHeriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) and is currently on tour promoting his “County Sheriff Project” movement, which seeks to “reaffirm the constitutional power of the Sheriff to refuse to enforce unconstitutional federal laws.”

He visits us on the heels of the passing of House Bill 258, which was signed by Governor Gianforte in April to prohibit local law enforcement from “enforcing, assisting in the enforcing of, or otherwise cooperating in the enforcement of” any new federal bans on firearms or ammunition.

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