Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) signed into law Democratic gun-grab bill SB 83 on Monday. This law will enable family members, quacks, cops, roommates, and others to petition to void another citizen's Second Amendment rights if they can halfway persuade a judge it might prevent the targeted citizen from doing future harm either to themselves or to others.
While Whitmer suggested this so-called "Extreme Risk Protection Order Act" will serve as a "mechanism to step in and save lives," some Michiganders reckon it might alternatively serve as a mechanism of control, disarmament, and disenfranchisement.Local sheriffs have vowed not to enforce a law they believe to be unconstitutional, and various counties have indicated they are now Second Amendment sanctuaries.
SB 83 allows for immediate and extended family members, health care providers, therapists, members of law enforcement, school safety administrators, and others to request that an individual be barred from buying, using, or owning firearms until that time the targeted citizens can prove to a court that they should have their constitutional rights restored.