Obama-appointed judge gives green light to Mexico’s $10 billion lawsuit against U.S. firearm manufacturers Ruger, Smith & Wesson, Glock, Barrett and Beretta
By Ethan Huff // Feb 21, 2024

An attempt by Mexico to bankrupt American gun companies is moving forward after an Obama-appointed judge in Boston overruled a lower court opinion on a $10 billion lawsuit aimed at firearms manufacturers Ruger, Smith & Wesson, Glock, Barrett and Beretta.

Judge William J. Kayatta Jr., overseeing a three-judge panel in Boston, announced on Jan. 22, 2024, that the case can move forward, which is a win-win for both the current regime in Washington and the Mexican government.

"For Mexico, it's a quick money grab that comes with snazzy headlines suggesting that its inept government is fighting for the safety of its people," reports Field Ethos.

"For anti-gun U.S. leaders who cannot overcome the rights or will of the American people legally, it's simply a scheme they hope leads to the bankruptcy of these upstanding companies – even if the companies are ultimately cleared of any wrongdoing."

(Related: Last fall, a gun rights group sued New Mexico Gov. Michelle Grisham for declaring a "gun violence public emergency.")

What about all the illegals?

The timing of Judge Kayatta's overruling is suspect since tens of thousands of illegal alien migrants are pouring into the United States through the southern border daily. Should this invasion not take priority to Mexico's assault on the Second Amendment?

Keep in mind that many of these illegals are carrying with them illegal firearms while trafficking illegal drugs like fentanyl as well as families and children desperate to enter America for a new life.

"Meanwhile, Mexican cartels are having a heyday exploiting the Biden Administration's asinine policies by trafficking record amounts of sex slaves and Chinese-made fentanyl into our homeland; the former is destroying the most precious of lives while the latter is killing Americans to the tune of 70,000 per year," Field Ethos continues.

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"I'm not sure what's more egregious: Mexico having the [guts] to sue U.S. gun manufacturers who they claim are purposely killing Mexicans with their products ... or radical left-wing courts who are allowing a foreign nation to wreck job-providing companies. It's unconscionable ... and illegal on its face."

Judge Kayatta is not only overruling the lower court that struck down the lawsuit, she is also overruling congressionally passed "lawsuit preemption" laws that were established to protect gun and other American companies from precisely this kind of attack.

There are already laws on the books allowing gun manufacturers to be sued for defective firearms, but they cannot be sued for the misuse of non-defective guns either in a criminal or negligent capacity.

"Allowing such action would quickly bankrupt every industry in the country, including automobile manufacturers, baseball bat companies, 5-gallon bucket molders – hell, even padlock and sock designers," Field Ethos says.

"Still, such laws seemingly don't apply to liberal courts who take the Saul Alinksy any-means-to-an-end approach in destroying the things they clearly fear more than the MS-13 gang members who they routinely set free: guns and capitalism."

What Mexico is doing is assaulting the U.S. Constitution behind a feigned concern for gun deaths against Mexicans. Perhaps the regime south of the border should worry about its own problems, which include rampant cartel activity and unmitigated illegal entry of migrants into America, to name just a few.

Keep in mind that personal firearm ownership is illegal in Mexico just like it is in much of the rest of the world. America and its Second Amendment are unique, which is why gun rights are constantly under attack both from inside and outside the country.

"Mexico's leaders will never allow its good citizens to legally own guns for personal protection. You know why? These 'leaders' know there's a better than good chance they'd be rounded up at gunpoint and dealt with in the plaza."

More related news can be found at SecondAmendment.news.

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