First in the Nation: Beaufort County, NC Adopts Federal Gun Laws Nullification Resolution

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Today was a great day for North Carolina. Beaufort County took the first step nationwide to adopt a Federal Gun Laws Nullification resolution!!  The resolution was passed unanimously by the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners and was greeted by overwhelming support. The resolution was written in strong terms, stating that no county official, paid employee, or resource will be used to cooperate with or enforce federal gun regulations. It also calls on the NC General Assembly to pass an act to nullify the implementation of any federal law, executive order, or regulation which restricts the right to keep and bear arms within the state of North Carolina, as well as to propose an amendment to the state constitution to enlarge gun rights.

ABC and Fox News were there to cover the event and Michael Boldin of the Tenth Amendment Center has spent the entire day getting the story out nationwide.

Please urge your own county commissioners or Sheriffs Department to adopt a similar resolution.  Beaufort County, the Tenth Amendment Center, etc etc will provide the resolution if it will help.

Here is the link to the Beaufort Observer article and full video –

You can hear what the Commissioners each had to say about the resolution. I was touched by their loyalty to the US Constitution, their patriotism, their understanding of history, and the fidelity of their oaths.

Diane Rufino

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5 Responses to First in the Nation: Beaufort County, NC Adopts Federal Gun Laws Nullification Resolution

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  2. hal patrick says:

    Thank God There are still real true American with common sense who stand by US Constitution

  3. ceraphym says:

    Lets go! All of NC needs to adopt this. NOW!

  4. Mrs T says:

    I live in the NE….RI specifically. Thank you NC for being a truly American template for the rest of our great country to follow. Would we be welcome to small local communities as a new resident? We are so sick of the restrictions and renegade beurocracy.

    • David says:

      A large portion of North Carolina are people from other states who have moved here and South Carolina for financial issues or retirement. I would say that most communities would welcome you. North Carolina is a large and diverse state so you can start looking at areas that you feel you might like: agricultural, beach, mountains, metropolitan or scientific.

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