On June 16, 2022, 22 year-old Afghanistan veteran Kyle Morris was indicted by a federal grand jury and charged with possession of an unregistered machine gun, to which he pled not guilty. He is currently awaiting trial in Concord, New Hampshire. If found guilty, he could face up to 10 years in federal prison and/or fine up to $250,000. Mind you, there is no evidence he had any intention of using it for an offensive or malicious purpose - merely possessing one, under the National Firearms Act (NFA), is illegal.

Kyle doesn't deserve any of this, because the NFA is a completely UNCONSTITUTIONAL law that should never have even made it passed the House.

"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." In 1788, during the ratification convention in Virginia for the Constitution, George Mason said: "I ask, Who are the militia? They consist now of the whole people, except a few public officers. But I cannot say who will be the militia of the future day. If that paper on the table gets no alteration, the militia of the future day may not consist of all classes, high and low, and rich and poor; but they may be confined to the lower and middle classes of the people, granting exclusion to the higher classes of the people. If we should ever see that day, the most ignominious punishments and heavy fines may be expected. Under the present government, all ranks of people are subject to militia duty."

If there is still any confusion as to who the militia is referring to, refer to the words of Elbridge Gerry during the House's debate on the Second Amendment in 1789: "What, sir, is the use of a militia? It is to prevent the establishment of a standing army, the bane of liberty. Now, it must be evident, that, under this provision, together with their other powers, Congress could take such measures with respect to a militia, as to make a standing army necessary. Whenever Governments mean to invade the rights and liberties of the people, they always attempt to destroy the militia, in order to raise an army upon their ruins. This was actually done by Great Britain at the commencement of the late revolution. They used every means in their power to prevent the establishment of an effective militia to the eastward. The Assembly of Massachusetts, seeing the rapid progress that administration were making to divest them of their inherent privileges, endeavored to counteract them by the organization of the militia; but they were always defeated by the influence of the Crown."

The distinction could not be clearer: the "militia" are CIVILIAN FORCES. The "standing army" are GOVERNMENT FORCES. And the sole purpose of the militia is to KEEP THE ARMY IN CHECK. The army was NEVER intended to have greater firepower than the militia! And this is what makes the NFA unconstitutional. The government forces have unrestricted access to weapons that the militia (such as Kyle) aren't allowed. These tyrants tell us they aren't breaking any laws by doing this, because they're not trying to "ban" guns, but just "control" them - but the Second Amendment says ABSOLUTELY NOTHING about banning guns! It says "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." Not "shall not be banned" but SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED! What does "infringe" mean? In Meriam Webster's 1828 dictionary, it was defined as "To break; to violate; to transgress; to neglect to fulfill or obey; to destroy or hinder". It is undeniable that the right to keep and bear arms has been hindered! In today's America, an army soldier who became part of the militia can have his right to possess arms INFRINGED even when he didn't harm or express any immediate intent to harm anybody!

So far, the NFA has been challenged once, and unsuccessfully. In the landmark case United States v Miller, the Court decided that the Second Amendment protects all weapons that are necessary for a "well-regulated Militia" to function. In this case, the weapon in question was a sawed-off double barrel shotgun (a weapon frankly more dangerous to the handler than anyone else, and basically useless for combat), so it's understandable why he was found guilty. Morris, however, possessed a weapon that the US Armed Forces uses on a daily basis - so it is very much a weapon that is protected by the Second Amendment, according to this ruling!

HOWEVER! This should be good news to ALL Constitutionalists - because we currently hold a majority in the Supreme Court. This was demonstrated just last week when they overturned Roe v Wade, at last protecting the inalienable right to Life of the unborn, as guaranteed in the Declaration of Independence. Now we have a once-in-lifetime chance to see the Supreme Court declare the National Firearms Act unconstitutional. In order to do this, Kyle NEEDS YOUR HELP. Your donation will help this young man get the legal help he needs to WIN this case. Should he be found guilty, we'll help him take this to the Court of Appeals, and if his appeal is rejected, we'll help him take it to SCOTUS. Not only will he be spared enduring the horrors of federal prison for potentially the rest of his youth, but it could potentially alter the discourse on gun control in America FOREVER.