This week, Biden signed a gun control bill that was helped along by a few RINO’s in the Senate and House.

The bill includes a provision that increases funding for so-called “Red Flag Laws” that allow authorities to take away someone’s guns without due process.

In a case study of why we don’t need more gun laws, and in how existing gun laws are being abused by radical leftists, California’s Attorney General, Rob Bonta, said today that local officials should deny gun permits to people who have “racist” social media posts.

The suggestion is due to a clause in many state and local laws that require that someone has “good moral character” to get a public carry permit.

The suggestion, if local officials choose to heed it, would surely target conservatives and be used to strip Republicans of their 2nd Amendment rights.

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The day after the Bruen ruling, California Attorney General Rob Bonta, a Democrat, sent a “legal alert” (pdf) to law enforcement officials advising them that the Golden State was dropping the requirement for gun license applicants to provide a “good cause” because the requirement is now “unconstitutional and unenforceable.”

But “the requirement that a public-carry license applicant provide proof of ‘good moral character’ remains constitutional” and should continue to be enforced.

A “good moral character” investigation “requires an independent determination,” Bonta wrote.

He pointed to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department policy, which states:

“Legal judgments of good moral character can include consideration of honesty, trustworthiness, diligence, reliability, respect for the law, integrity, candor, discretion, observance of fiduciary duty, respect for the rights of others, absence of hatred and racism, fiscal stability, profession-specific criteria such as pledging to honor the constitution and uphold the law, and the absence of criminal conviction.”

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