NYGOP CHAIRMAN LANGWORTHY AND NY CONSERVATIVE CHAIRMAN KASSAR ANNOUNCE COALITION TO CHALLENGE HOCHUL’S’ UNCONSTITUTIONAL GUN LAW
Groups Join Forces Once Again to Bring Democrats to Court & Stop Their Trampling of New Yorkers’ Rights
New York–July 7th…New York Republican Party Chairman Nick Langworthy today announced that the Party will join forces with New York Conservative Party Chairman Jerry Kassar to build a coalition to challenge Kathy Hochul & Democrats’ unconstitutional gun law signed into law last Friday. Chairmen Langworthy and Kassar just recently joined forces to successfully block Democrats’ illegal gerrymander and their law allowing foreign citizens to vote in our elections.
Hochul and legislative Democrats convened a special session last Friday to pass and sign into law legislation that severely limits New Yorkers’ ability to obtain a concealed carry permit following the Supreme Court’s decision striking down New York’s law that was in violation of the Second Amendment. Chairman Langworthy blasted the law as another gross violation of New Yorkers’ rights and vowed to challenge it in court, just as he has successfully done on other issues.
“The moment Democrats passed this outrageous bill, I vowed to fight them in court,” said NYGOP Chairman Langworthy. “We have been working the phones and talking to legal experts to build a coalition and bring a winning case that will stop this law in its tracks. Chairman Kassar has been a true partner with us and I’m proud to be joining forces with him again to ensure we protect New Yorkers’ constitutional rights.”
“We have proven that we will use every resource at our disposal to fight Democrats in court and win,” said New York Conservative Party Chairman Jerry Kassar. “One-Party rule has emboldened Democrats to trample over the constitution and rule of law to enact their radical agenda. We believe that this law will be struck down by the courts and the Conservative Party is proud to once again lead this effort with Chairman Langworthy.”
“Thank you to Chairmen Langworthy and Kassar for taking action to protect our Second Amendment rights and stopping this unconstitutional law,” said Tom King, Chairman of the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association. “The Supreme Court ruled decisively on this issue and Democrats once again showed complete disregard for New Yorkers’ rights and the rule of law. “We have also been pulling together legal resources and we are 100% behind their efforts to challenge this law in court.”