Your County Needs a Constitutional Sheriff ~ Video

Constitutional Sheriffs
Your County Needs a Constitutional Sheriff ~ Video
NorthWest Liberty News
NorthWest Liberty News

Montana –-(Ammoland.com)- In the course of founding, and operating, NorthWest Liberty News, I have had the great pleasure of meeting many excellent patriots and statesman.

For the most part, these individuals, men and women both, take their commitment to serving the people and, more importantly, their commitment to the Constitution seriously.

Over the last several days, I have been fortunate to be in the company of two Sheriffs who deserve to be at the top of any patriot list; and two men who I have quickly developed tremendous respect for.

I am speaking of Sheriff Denny Peyman from Kentucky, and Sheriff Jeff Christopher from Delaware.  When it comes to having the ingredients needed to make a solid, Constitutional sheriff, these two gentlemen have all the right stuff.  After Oath Keepers Founder, Stewart Rhodes, flew them to Nevada, I had the great pleasure of sitting down with both men yesterday, along with my colleague, Jason Van Tatenhove, from Voices of Liberty Radio.

Please listen to both of what these fine patriots have to say, and make it a point to hold your own Sheriff to the same Constitutional standard that these men have adopted for themselves.

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    Kudos to these two fine law enforcement officers/County Sheriffs! I wish (hope) that there several others that can personally relate to, and share their views on our Constitutional rights, as well as open carry for law abiding citizens. Unfortunately, I believe that this is more the exception than the rule, or at least in the county I live in.