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About Philip Van Cleave:

Philip Van Cleave

Philip Van Cleave is president of the Virginia Citizens Defense League, (VCDL). The Virginia Citizens Defense League is an all-volunteer, non-partisan grassroots organization dedicated to defending the human rights of all Virginians.

Philip has written extensively in support of Gun Owner Rights in addition to his on the ground activism throughout Virginia.

Philip Van Cleave believes in the Right to Keep and Bear Arms as a fundamental human right and is an unabashed supporter who has fought for the right to keep and bear arms for many years in Virginia and across the USA. Visit: www.vcdl.org

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