And just this month, he’s also working on the “next step” – nullifying specific federal laws. He worked tirelessly behind the scenes to garner 48 co-sponsors before introducing the Pennsylvania Firearms Freedom Act.
Here’s a few choice quotes from him:
“The quiet consolidation of power by the federal government is a threat to all citizens, because too much power in too few hands ends in tyranny. The days of federal politicians taking credit for bold initiatives while silently shifting the costs to state treasuries must come to an end.”
“As time goes on, the federal government has become more involved in areas where it has no constitutional authority to do so. We’re at a breaking point. If states don’t start to push back and hold federal politicians accountable under the Constitution, we could very easily lose the republic that our Founding Fathers fought so hard to create.”
We expect many more great things from Rep. Rohrer. Please support him in his work!
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