Michael Cargill joins Alex Jones in-studio to talk about his recent victory in defeating the bump stock ban in the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
The president of the New Civil Liberties Alliance, a conservative group that litigated the case, recently said, “The resulting circuit split should bring this decision to the U.S. Supreme Court’s attention promptly and supply a suitable vehicle for deciding this issue once and for all.”
Fox News reported, “Michael Cargill, the appellant, sued the government after he was forced to surrender several bump stocks under the ATF’s rule. He successfully argued that a bump stock does not meet the definition of a ‘machinegun’ under federal law because the trigger functions multiple times to fire the weapon. Federal law defines a machine gun as operating with a ‘single function of the trigger.’”