Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport
For residents of Hawkeye state, the 2022 midterms offered a glimmer of hope.
Prior to November 8, Iowa was one of 6 states that didn’t feature a constitutional right that protects the right to bear arms. However, that changed in the wake of the midterm elections, when Iowans pulled the lever for a constitutional amendment by a decisive 65% to 35% margin.
Iowans for Responsible Gun Laws lamented this vote declaring that “the potential consequences of this amendment’s passage…will be far-reaching and dire.”
Tyler Durden of ZeroHedge outlined the amendment’s text: