A Kentucky sheriff has announced that he won't enforce any new gun laws that he thinks are unconstitutional, according to Kentucky.com.
"My office will not comply with any federal actions which violate the United States Constitution or the Kentucky Constitution which I swore to uphold," stated Jackson County Sheriff Denny Peyman.
Not surprisingly, he's attracted national attention for his controversial stance.
Peyman's announcement is a response to planned federal proposals on gun control, which will be announced by Joe Biden on Tuesday.
Asked by reporters if he'd be acting more like a judge than a law-enforcement officer, the sheriff responded that he has "a team of attorneys to step up with me if necessary to be sure the Second Amendment is upheld."