GOA Mocks Hawaii’s Supreme Court Over Anti-gun Rights Ruling Based on ‘the Spirit of Aloha’

The state Supreme Court of Hawaii cited “the spirit of Aloha” in a 57-page ruling that residents did not have a Second Amendment right to bear arms, and it was mocked and ridiculed mercilessly on social media.

“The spirit of Aloha clashes with a federally-mandated lifestyle that lets citizens walk around with deadly weapons during day-to-day activities,” read the ruling written by Justice Todd Eddins.

“The history of the Hawaiian Islands does not include a society where armed people move about the community to possibly combat the deadly aims of others,” Eddins added. “We hold that in Hawaii there is no state constitutional right to carry a firearm in public.”

Critics of the unanimous 5-0 ruling excoriated the bizarre justification for denying a constitutional right.

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