JUST IN: Trump-Appointed Judge Halts Biden’s ATF Rule Expanding Gun Background Checks – EVOL

On Sunday, a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order against the Biden Administration, halting the ATF’s unconstitutional rule that sought to expand background checks for gun purchases.

Last month, the Biden administration announced the implementation of the “Engaged in the Business” Final Rule.

The Final Rule aimed to address the “gun show loophole,” ensuring that all gun dealers, no matter where they sell firearms, adhere to federal background check requirements.

“There’s no such thing as a “gun-show loophole,” and despite everything wrong with this despotic overreach, ATF even makes this clear when answering the public comments of “supporters.” Your intentionally deceitful commentary mirrors that of history’s most vile government actors,” Firearms Policy Coalition wrote on X.

Shortly after the Biden administration’s announcement, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton led a coalition in suing the ATF to block the “Final Rule.”

On Sunday, US District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk, appointed by Trump, blocked the Biden administration’s “Final Rule” before it could take effect.

As reported by Reuters:

A federal judge on Sunday blocked the Biden administration from fully implementing a new rule that would require gun dealers to obtain licenses and conduct background checks when selling firearms at gun shows and



Subscribe to Our Free Newsletter