Riots and the 2nd Amendment

Posted by Troy on 1st June 2020 in Uncategorized

I wonder if people living in these gun controlled states are starting to rethink their position on the Second Amendment.  You have the mayors and governors giving stand down orders to the police.  Why?  Because they are afraid of the optics of the police confronting “protesters.”  So, one maniac runs over a chick in Charlottesville, and we get it non-stop about how all Trump supporters are white supremacists.  These anarchists are burning buildings, looting, and attacking law-abiding citizens; and we are informed that the protests are “mostly peaceful.”  Armed citizens show up at the capital of Michigan and peacefully protest, and they are Fascists.  These guys throw Molotovs, and they are peaceful.  Note:  I understand that the bulk of the protesters are just that.  If you truly need help telling the difference: holding a sign = protester; holding a Molotov = criminal.

So, when your government refuses to protect you and denies you access to a firearm to defend yourself, what are your options exactly?  I suppose you turn to the First Amendment and pray.

Just don’t do it in a church.  That shit is illegal in California.

Long Live the Constitution!

One Response to “Riots and the 2nd Amendment”

  1. ley kelly Says:

    we may live in the country that was built by geniuses, but are now run by morons…

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