JUSTICE THOMAS: Ms. Eisenstein, one question.
Can you give me ÂÂ — this is a misdemeanor violation. It suspends a constitutional right. Can you Â give me another area where a misdemeanor violation suspends a constitutional right?
MS. EISENSTEIN: Your Honor, I ÂÂ I’m thinking about that, but I think that the — the question is not — as I understand Your Honor’s question, the culpability necessarily of the act or in terms of the offense.
JUSTICE THOMAS: Well, I’m — I’m looking atÂ the ÂÂ you’re saying that recklessness is sufficient to trigger a violation — misdemeanor violation of domestic conduct that results in a lifetime ban on possession of a gun, which, at least as of now, is still a constitutional right.
Emphasis mine. If you’re in a Super Tuesday state, please consider the future of the Second Amendment is riding on this election. I don’t care whether you pick Cruz or Rubio, but please God, we can’t have a nominee that doesn’t even understand how the courts work picking Scalia’s and probably three other replacements. Anybody but Trump!