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In other words, the First and Fourth Amendments don’t apply to persons under the age of 18. We’ll see about that.

Via National Review:

A new Florida bill would make it a crime for a minor to post a picture of a gun — “or a device displayed to resemble a firearm” — on social media.

The bill, SB 1310, was introduced by Florida state senator and Democrat Jason W. B. Pizzo.

The bill states that anyone younger than 18 “who posts or publishes a picture of a firearm, a BB gun, an air or a gas-operated gun, or a device displayed to resemble a firearm to a social media page, post, profile, or account that is openly viewable to the public commits a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable” by a fine of $1,000 or up to a year in jail.

Furthermore, as if throwing kids in jail for innocuous social-media posts isn’t going far enough, the bill has provisions to punish their parents, too:

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