(Natural News) Melissa Red Pill lauded the Supreme Court for its recent rulings about the concealed carry law in New York and Roe v. Wade among others.
“The point is we have the constitutional right to protect ourselves and our loved ones. And I’m carrying, I’m packing, I’m ready. If somebody comes in and tries to do some kind of harm, I’m not gonna hurt anybody but I will not allow them to hurt any of my friends or anyone around me,” Melissa Red Pill said during the June 29 episode of the “Freedom Force Battalion” on Brighteon.TV.
The decision on the concealed carry case is huge, according to Red Pill, because American rights are being infringed these days.
In a 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court on June 24 turned back a lower court decision upholding New York’s law restricting who can obtain a license to carry a concealed handgun in public.
The popular host also talked about the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade.
Red Pill said that she listened to Father Frank Pavone’s interview with “War Room“ host Steve Bannon. Pavone said those riding on the coattails of the Supreme Court and mainstream media never figured that Roe v. Wade would be overturned. (Related: Pro-life activist sued for calling abortion ‘murder’ takes case to Texas Supreme Court.)
There are trigger laws in place in many states that Americans can use to overturn abortion laws. “Get involved with your local people who are working on life in your area so that they can’t stop it. We have the momentum,” said Red Pill.
Supreme Court sides with former football coach fired for praying on field after games
Red Pill also talked about the Supreme Court’s 6-3 decision to side with former Bremerton High School football assistant coach Joe Kennedy. She said that Kennedy was fired for kneeling in silent prayer at midfield after their team’s football games.
Kennedy lost his case in all the lower courts, with the District Court for the Western District of Washington and the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit siding with the school.
The Brighteon.TV host also discussed the Supreme Court ruling about the Maine case related to using government vouchers for religious schools. The Supreme Court ruled that Maine could not prohibit parents from using government vouchers for religious schools.
Red Pill pointed out that parents are free to have their child educated wherever they see fit. “Parents want to make sure that their children can get into a school where they can receive a good education,” she said.
The “Freedom Force Battalion” host pointed out that the American education system is spending three times more than any other country, but the U.S. is in the lowest quadrant among 45 different countries as far as test scores are concerned.
Melissa Red Pill also tackled the New York State Supreme Court decision last June 27 that tossed the New York City law that allows non-citizens to vote, saying that it was the right call. “People coming all over the world to dilute the American votes is completely unfair and illegal,” Red Pill said.
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Watch the June 29 episode of the “Freedom Force Battalion” below. “Freedom Force Battalion” airs every Wednesday at 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.
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