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I have been blocked from responding in a conversation. No reason given other than "Unfortunately, you are unable to take part in this conversation right now as your comments have been blocked too many times."
Untrue. My comments have not been 'blocked too many times', nor is there anywhere on your website that has a number limitation if someone IS blocked. My comment response is pasted below. There is no breach of your guidelines, yet I am banned from the conversation. I would hope that you reinstate my active status and comment in the conversation, but I also request contact information to follow up on this legally.
"Your reply on States Rush Toward New Gun Restrictions as Congress Remains Gridlocked has been rejected as it contains content that is in breach of our community guidelines.
Posted 5/30/2022, 9:28 (rejected Mon, May 30 at 1:21 PM)
Yes, the deceased shooter might like an extra 15 minutes of fame on screen, but since he's deceased he'll never know, eh? The body count is what they are after, going for the largest death toll record, and sitting ducks ensure that. Take away the media coverage and the rates plummet too, but that doesn't stop politicians from grandstanding at vigils. As for *our* rights: "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." If you are reading this it says the PEOPLE have the right to keep and bear arms. A militia by definition is composed of civilians, that are ELIGIBLE to be called. Just as jury duty can call 100 prospective jurors, not all are needed, but are still required to be ready. So in fact, they are urging normal citizens to arms themselves in the event they are needed, as opposed to limiting ownership. Many are called but few are chosen. Also, the Supreme Court sides with the right to bear arms. From Wiki: In District of Columbia v. Heller (2008), the Supreme Court affirmed for the first time that the right belongs to individuals..., In McDonald v. City of Chicago (2010) the Supreme Court ruled that state and local governments are limited to the same extent as the federal government from infringing upon this right. When you say "We are only asking for common sense controls" I have to wonder what group you are fronting for.