Anti-Second Amendment politicians returned to Albany late this week and did the bidding of Gov. Kathy Hochul. She called the Legislature back into an “extraordinary” session this week. The session was anything but extraordinary. Lawmakers sat around in Albany for 36 hours while one party wrote the bill. In typical one-party-rule fashion, this was done under a “message of necessity” with bill language made available for the first time in the middle of the night, and debate was limited to two hours. The normal three-day aging process for legislation was cast aside. The public was almost universally shut out.