Covington VA –-(Ammoland.com)- Here is a video of yet another intolerant, anti-liberty bigot showing the ever-present flash-temper of her ilk.
You know, if I see somebody doing something that I don’t like or disagree with, I just suck it up and go back to minding my own business. But the antis are simply not capable of either minding their own business or keeping their ever-present tempers in check.
In the video below, the whining runs between the 31:30 and the 34:00 minute mark, as the anti addresses Charlottesville City Council. She talks about the audacity of another citizen peaceably open carrying a holstered handgun on public property near the Wall of Freedom. Oh, the horror of someone exercising a freedom by the Wall of Freedom! [eye roll]. She talks about how she felt “angry and afraid of this man with a gun.” She said that she asked the police to go check out his “permits.” She said she was “incited to anger by the audacity of the man who carried the gun in public display.”
She then proposes the City adopt a “courtesy policy” that would discourage open carry on the mall, equating open carry with the prohibition of drugs, skateboards, and bicycles on the mall.
Hopefully she will get to an anger-management class one of these days, but I’m not holding my breath.
City Council members respond to her comments at:
- 57:20 – 58:10 (councilwoman unhappily admitting that the City can’t do much)
- 1:03:15 – 1:04:15 (anti-gun councilman talking about how he would approach and challenge open carriers and how open carry is inappropriate in HIS city.)
Thanks to member Robert Schmidt for the links and time marks.
Oh, and speaking of perpetually angry antis – here’s an item on an anti-gun legislator in Minnesota who threatened to shoot my counterpart in Minnesota:
From gunssavelives.net: http://tinyurl.com/nbckvub
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