Obama-appointed judges on the 10th Circuit Court this week denied Gov. Polis’ attempt to deny Coloradans their Second Amendment rights with his unconstitutional ban on firearm sales to 18- and 20-year-olds.

The order from Judges Carolyn B. McHugh and Nancy L. Moritz denied Polis’ request to overturn a U.S. District Court’s decision to block the order before it took affect just weeks ago.

Both courts said it’s unlikely that the law passed by the Democrat-controlled legislature and signed by Polis will ever be upheld in court.

The state attorney’s general office argued the new law must be upheld because “schoolchildren across Colorado will be returning to the classroom to start the new school year. The lower court’s injunction allows some of those schoolchildren to purchase guns, contrary to the will of the people of Colorado.”

Just to clarify, children, which are generally defined as youngers who have not reached puberty, are not legally permitted to buy guns with or without Polis’ law.

The argument might scare parents, but it didn’t work on Obama’s judges.

 Polis spokesflak Conor Cahill told The Colorado Sun it would be a lot less confusing to folks who don’t understand how all those rights and freedoms work if we just take it all away.

Because the Constitution gives us the right to bear arms, previous laws were snuck in to ban pistol sales to 18–20-year-olds, but not the sale of rifles.

How is that constitutional?

Because their rights to bear arms were not infringed.

Cahill insists that right is now just a loophole, so we should just go ahead and get rid of it and ban the sale of all guns to young adults old enough to use guns in the military or law enforcement.

He’s the one who’s confused.

With our judicial system seemingly upended by the Biden administration, it’s refreshing to see some judges still care about the law and preserving our rights.