A real no-brainer

Why wasn’t the right to automobile ownership and regulation of traffic covered by the US Constitution?
That’s simply because the Founding Fathers during the age of horse and carriage didn’t have the foresight to anticipate the development of automobiles and the ensuing traffic and need for regulation to protect us from killing each other. Consequently, the Constitution was limited to what they knew and could foresee at the time.  Few, except perhaps the most extreme lunatics among us, would suggest that automobile regulations are unconstitutional.
Likewise, how in the world could the Founding Fathers foresee high-capacity automatic assault weapons eventually be developed when all they knew were muscats? Consequently, the Second Amendment was limited to what they knew and could foresee at the time.
It’s as simple as that. Should be a no-brainer even for the most intellectually challenged Republicans and NRA talking heads.