June 6, 2024

REPORT: NYPD to Revoke Trump’s Carry License After Conviction

Convicted felons are not allowed to have carry permits, and that is going to be a problem for Donald Trump.

Trump, who is fresh from a 34-count indictment felony conviction, is reportedly about to lose his permit.

Reports broke this week that the NYPD will be revoking the former president’s carry permit.

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Donald Trump’s concealed carry permit was actually suspended in New York on April 1, 2023, after the indictments were handed down.

Trump surrendered two of the three guns he was licensed to carry, having moved the third weapon to Florida.

The Times noted, “Under federal law and state law in New York and Florida, people with felony convictions are barred from possessing a firearm.”

Now that the verdict has come in, the NYPD will move to revoke the permit permanently, but Trump can appeal the decision, and I would expect him to do just that pending the outcome of the appeal.

That will probably be a tough case for Trump to win, however, mostly because he has around-the-clock Secret Service protection, so there really is no need for Trump to carry a weapon on his own.

Anyone coming anywhere near Trump is likely to be greeted by about a dozen Glocks and submachine guns being carried by agents.

I am not sure how that will work in Florida, though, as Governor Ron DeSantis has dismissed these charges against Trump as politically motivated, already saying that he would restore Trump’s right to vote if he loses it as a convicted felon.

Currently, Florida follows the election laws of the city or state where the crime was committed and a conviction was secured.

I am honestly surprised that Trump has not made more of this because he loves to talk about how his constitutional rights have been blocked or stolen from him.

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