Prince William County to vote on Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution on December 10, 2019, but the new supervisor, Democrat Ann Wheeler, vows to repeal any resolution.
Second Amendment Sanctuary hearings are overflowing (YEA!), so bring warm clothing as you might have to stand outside. Please stay & keep the attendance numbers up until the end of the sanctuary heari
The Augusta County Sheriff estimated about 1,800 people attended, including overflow outside! Unanimous vote for the resolution. Only 3 people refused a Guns Save Lives sticker.
Virginia Beach. A massive turnout, estimated at between 1,000 and 1,500 individuals. Filled up the meeting room, down the hall, out the doors and flooded the area at the front of the building.
Louisa, Halifax, Buchanan, Rappahannock, Greensville, and Russell counties are all sanctuaries now! So is the town of Exmore! HUGE turnouts continue! 30 Sanctuaries and counting!
Governor Northam and his band of gun snatchers have proposed legislation for the 2020 session that would make law-abiding gun owners felons by July 2020.
The auditorium is full inside the Pulaski County meeting and was full at 6:00, an hour before the meeting started. At least 300 standing outside on the steps and walks and sidewalks. We aren’t getting
Giles & Nottoway County just become a 2A Sanctuaries!! The massive giant, that is Virginia’s gun owners, is awake and they are not in a good mood.
The Second Amendment Sanctuary movement continued to steamroll through Virginia as counties make their stand against Governor Northam’s & Democrat’s pending threat to gut the Second Amendment.
So far we have 7 brand new 2A Sanctuary Counties in Virginia: Charlotte, Campbell, Carroll, Appomattox, Patrick, Pittsylvania, & Dinwiddie County. All so far have passed unanimously!
Appomattox County is now the latest Second Amendment Sanctuary in Virginia. Congratulations! We now have FOUR sanctuaries and there are more are on the way this week.
Northam has declared war on Virginia’s gun owners: CHP holders, open carriers, hunters, target shooters, sport shooters, collectors, and competitors.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 5th is election day and our right to keep and bear arms is on the chopping block. We need ALL HANDS ON DECK!
The Board lowered the CHP fee from $50 to $40, instead of to $25. The County is putting the extra $15 in the General Fund, like it would a tax.
What is it about politicians who admit to wearing blackface? All are trying to divert attention from their past by pushing gun control.
I have been conferring with one of Virginia Citizens Defense League’s attorneys and offer this general advice if approached by a store employee and/or the police while carrying in a business.
Someone open carrying a handgun was approached by police and asked to sign a trespass document saying he acknowledges being banned for Walmart property anywhere in the U.S., indefinitely.
We NEED more Virginia Citizens Defense League members in government! Join me in supporting Brandon’s run for city council.
A Springfield Virginia woman is facing charges after she shot herself with her own gun while attending a sporting event at a local high school.
Contact your Board of Supervisor or City or Town Council member and ask that the CHP fees be reduced to $15. If they agree to introduce a motion to do so, let us know…
He had to go to the hospital in an ambulance. He turned his firearm over to an FCPD officer for safekeeping. That’s when things ran off the tracks.
This event was approved in error & does not meet our fundraising eligibility requirements, it has been canceled. We do not provide charitable support for organizations… [hating on our human rights.]
It is no secret that the organization that runs the annual Steppin’ Out festival in Blacksburg, DBI, has been trying to ban guns and keep Virginia Citizens Defense League from having a presence.
Often when the police show up at the scene of a shooting or an incident involving a firearm, they simply arrest everyone involved and let the courts or the DA decide.
The legislature ended after 90 minutes with no bills passing. The General Assembly passed all measures to the Virginia State Crime Commission for study and recommendation.