Some of your readers have expressed concern at the Sheriff's Office's position relative to guns in Federal Emergency Management Agency facilities. As a life member of the National Rifle Association, I, too, grow extremely concerned when government attempts new ways to abridge responsible firearms ownership. However, I do not think it is appropriate to find fault with the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office for this position, as it is nothing terribly new or flagrantly unconstitutional.This is as far as I could get before my eyes glazed over.
First, there are long-standing federal laws which prohibit firearms on federal property, which include all or part of the FEMA operation.
Lots of stuff to gripe about here, but that last paragraph just killed me. A disaster has occured. FEMA moves in. Every square inch of ground which requires emergency management magically becomes federal property. All guns become immediately illegal. You're full of it, Randy, and you know it. You screwed up, and you know it. You're probably serving your last term as sheriff, and you know it. Get ready to drive the golf cart at Walmart.
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