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Second Amendment Sanctuary Counties
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There has been a movement over the past couple of years in the US to make individual counties "Second Amendment Sanctuary Counties". More recently, in Virginia (since the election of a communist government bought and paid for by Michael Bloomberg), that movement has taken off like a wildfire. Every day, more of our counties are climbing on the bandwagon in response to the new government promising to take our firearms and/or make instant felons of us. Last week in southwestern Virginia, several counties signed on, and so far this week at least 3 more have: Russell County, Tazewell County, and my own county of Buchanan.

This should serve as notice to the totalitarians like Bloomberg that we have had enough, but it probably won't - to steal a line from "Cool Hand Luke", "What we've got here is failure to communicate. There are some men that you just can't reach... then you get what we've got here today. I don't like this any more than you men do."

Here is the video from the Board of Supervisors meeting yesterday in Buchanan County in which an emergency resolution was passed making Buchanan a Second Amendment Sanctuary County:







Watch it while you can, if you want to see it - YouTube has a track record of removing videos promoting freedom and liberty. The title of it is misleading - only an emergency resolution was passed, not an ordinance. To pass an ordinance, the county has first to publish it for two consecutive weeks before the vote to make citizens aware. The vote on an Ordinance is set for a public hearing on 6 January at 6 PM local time. I'll be there.

As I mentioned before, across the state this movement has caught on like wildfire, spurred on by promises of the new communist government to disarm the citizenry. As of 6 PM today, here is a map showing just which counties have passed resolutions, and which counties are holding them under consideration:


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The map, too, is somewhat deceptive. For example, the red areas are listed as "no action", but in fact some of them have actively rejected the proposal - the City of Roanoke comes to mind. They rejected it, but I don't plan on hanging out in crime-ridden Roanoke any time soon, so I care nary a whit what they want on their own criminal-overrun turf. Not my problem. In Prince William County, surrounding Manassas (that's "Bull Run" to the Yankees in the audience), the chief of the new County Board of Supervisors has already promised to rescind any 2nd Amendment Sanctuary resolutions passed by the current Board when the new one sits in January, so we can probably count that one out as well.

Notice how all the red areas on the map are URBAN areas. Those folks seem to like protecting their criminals. Not so much out here in the hinterlands... and notice how the gun-grabber areas are completely surrounded by areas who are saying "not so fast there, Jack...". That can lead to commotions, when some folks on a tiny patch of land decide they can tell other folks on a much larger patch of land, with a lot more freedom of movement (and who have them surrounded and cut off from the world if they so desire) how to live their own lives. Carpet-bagging communist Yankees have infiltrated and packed the cities with Leftists, and those votes swung the election  with the help and money of Bloomberg. He's bought himself one of the finest communist legislatures money can buy, with the help of the infiltrators. If push comes to shove, they better figure out quick how to airlift supplies in, or they'll starve to death in blockades of the cities.

In Tazewell County, TWO resolutions were passed last night, one making the county a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary, and another promoting and authorizing a militia. I'm not going to lie, when I saw that on the news I started crying, and  that just isn't a normal state of affairs for me. They weren't tears of joy as some may charge me with, but quite the contrary. I love these people here, and if they start packing up and going to war, some of them are going to die... and I don't want any of them to. If they DON'T start packing up and preparing for war, then they are going to get steamrolled by the enemy. It's a Hobbs' Choice. I know what choice I'll make, but it pains me that the same choice is going to get some of them killed when they make it.

In Buchanan County, as can be seen in the video, the resolution of Sanctuary and the authorization for a militia were combined into the same resolution. I don't yet know how the other Sanctuary Counties have gone regarding authorization of a militia.

 I've kept my equipment up all these years, and my powder dry, hoping I'd never have to use it again. Still, it's better to have it and not need it than it is to need it and not have it. A time should come when even old warriors find peace with no new wars to fight, and can bounce their grandkids on their knee in the sunshine while said children are tangling their fingers up in the old man's long gray beard. I'd always hoped for that time, but never really expected to live long enough to see it... and it looks like I was right. Some folks are just not happy unless they are telling other folks what they can and can't do, ignoring right and wrong. So, it seems the time may be upon us again to gird our loins and sally forth to battle evil, in the hopes that maybe OUR grandkids will have that time in the sunshine with THEIR grandkids.

250 years or so ago, much the same situation produced a revolution, giving birth to a new nation called The United States of America. The British outlawed possession of arms, and to enforce that, they marched on the magazine Stores at Concord New Hampshire and Williamsburg, Virginia. The rest is history. Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it, and it's the rest of us left to suffer when the folks opposing that, who think we're very capable of making our own choices and living our own lives as WE see fit don't come home, ever.

There is something broken inside me. I don't have good sense it seems, and when gunfire starts, my dumb ass runs straight for it. I always have. So my decision is made - it was previously a decision between fight and flight, but if everyone else is going to stand up, I can't let them die alone.

What free person wants to continue living in a communist world, anyhow?


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 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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It seems that the USA like Europe is heading for the big show down
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I watched it, well done.

It bewilders me how anyone can question the 2nd Amendment of the USA. I'm a Limey and know
that we tried to take the guns from the citizens of America in order to bring them to heel!
It's not a scenario or an imagined situation, this actually happened!

What makes anyone think those in power now don't want to have their people under their boot...?
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I'm glad to see the lower level government officials taking a stand against the communists trying to take over there.  Hopefully, it will send a loud message to the Governor and those in higher offices that the people aren't going to sit by and just be trampled over.
Sounds like the right first step is being taken.  Hopefully, the militia won't have to be used, but it's good to know one is in place to protect the people's rights if needed.

President Trump has always stated that he will not allow our 2nd amendment rights to be taken from us. Even if the Governor tried to take your guns, I think POTUS would overrule his actions. 

VOTE TRUMP IN 2020!

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(12-04-2019, 01:57 PM)BIAD Wrote: I watched it, well done.

It bewilders me how anyone can question the 2nd Amendment of the USA. I'm a Limey and know
that we tried to take the guns from the citizens of America in order to bring them to heel!
It's not a scenario or an imagined situation, this actually happened!

What makes anyone think those in power now don't want to have their people under their boot...?

That is what the folks on the other side of the divide fail to grasp - it's not about the guns, it's about the liberty to do as we please, live our lives in the way that we choose. It's about them thinking they can direct what we do, how we do it, and when we do it.

It's not about the guns... it's about them thinking they can just step on us and take what they want. The guns are just a symbol of the freedom they want to take from us, and the means of giving us a fighting chance to try and preserve it.

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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(12-04-2019, 03:20 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: I'm glad to see the lower level government officials taking a stand against the communists trying to take over there.  Hopefully, it will send a loud message to the Governor and those in higher offices that the people aren't going to sit by and just be trampled over.
Sounds like the right first step is being taken.  Hopefully, the militia won't have to be used, but it's good to know one is in place to protect the people's rights if needed.

President Trump has always stated that he will not allow our 2nd amendment rights to be taken from us. Even if the Governor tried to take your guns, I think POTUS would overrule his actions. 

VOTE TRUMP IN 2020!

Remember, in the end we (the good guys) win this fight!

The militia is not in place, it's only been authorized. It still has to be raised and trained.

... and the clock is ticking.

I'm not naive enough to think the Good Guys always win. I've seen it turn out otherwise, and the day was done. To be fair, the "other side" thought they WERE the good guys, just like the Socialists here think THEY are the Good Guys - some times, it's a matter pf perspective, and the victors are the authors of the history books.

If you watched the video, towards the end the Supervisor called on Gov. Northam to step down. He won't of course. It was a purely symbolic gesture. Northam held on to power for dear life through the scandals that had even his OWN people calling for him to step down. He's not going to drop and roll, turn loose of power, just because an opponent asked him to nicely. Same for his serial rapist Lt. Governor Fairfax. They'll hold to on to power with both fists, and are at the  moment of the mindset that, with Bloomberg's assistance, they are consolidating power. They think that because Bloomberg and his associated Socialists bought themselves a shiny new legislature. What they have failed to account for is the will of the People.

Ain't it always like that with megalomaniacs, though?

These Resolutions are not, as we are constantly being bombarded with from the left, "legally binding". What they ARE is symbolic, symbols of a deep and abiding unrest among us peons. They also give the counties standing to challenge any laws passed in violation of the Constitution to sue for redress in courts to have those laws vacated. A careful reading of The Declaration of Independence will show that the colonials ALSO attempted peaceful, legal redress, which fell on deaf ears and came to nought...

... it was only at that point of systemic failure to listen to the People that the knives came out.

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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Quote:I'm not naive enough to think the Good Guys always win. I've seen it turn out otherwise, and the day was done. To be fair, the "other side" thought they WERE the good guys, just like the Socialists here think THEY are the Good Guys - some times, it's a matter pf perspective, and the victors are the authors of the history books.

If you watched the video, towards the end the Supervisor called on Gov. Northam to step down. He won't of course.

God said the good guys will win; not in those words, but every "religion" I've heard about on the end times says good wins over evil. I think most people will agree that anyone who votes to abort babies up to and beyond the moment of birth is not a "good guy". 

I did watch the video and saw where they asked the governor to step down.  All I can say is, vote the mother out in 2020.
If the majority want him out, then it shouldn't be hard to get enough votes.
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(12-04-2019, 09:45 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: God said the good guys will win; not in those words, but every "religion" I've heard about on the end times says good wins over evil. I think most people will agree that anyone who votes to abort babies up to and beyond the moment of birth is not a "good guy". 

I did watch the video and saw where they asked the governor to step down.  All I can say is, vote the mother out in 2020.
If the majority want him out, then it shouldn't be hard to get enough votes.

"Every 'religion' " - remember, for Islam the "good guys" bow to Allah and want to kill off all the rest of us. As I mentioned, "good guys" is often in the eye of the beholder.

"Voting the mother out" is easier said than done. Socialists have infiltrated from the industrialized north, just like the carpet-baggers of Reconstruction days, and have concentrated force (and votes) in the cities. What they are hoping to do is have those tiny (but high population) areas dictate to the rest of the state how it's gonna live, and like it. So far, the plan is working for them... politically. Physically, on the ground, may turn out to be a different story, but that remains to be seen.

Make no mistake - it IS a plan, an organized strategy to take over America, one state at a time:

https://flippable.org/our-plan/state-strategy/

https://flippable.org/our-targets/

https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/arc...es/587314/

Here, they brag about "flipping" Virginia, and how they did it:

https://flippable.org/our-targets/virginia/

Right now, if you research Idaho, you will find that they are flooding the state with California Socialists in a bid to "flip" Idaho, arguably the most conservative state in the nation. That is the same strategy they used to "flip" Virginia, successfully.... sort of. They succeeded in "flipping" the government here, but not the People.

... and that may turn out to have been a sad, sad mistake.

What WE have to do is figure out a political solution, and hope and pray that the military solution is only a fallback, last ditch effort. If it comes to that, it's going to be bad, VERY bad.

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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#9
As i have said before, for good to defeat evil, good must become more evil than the evil its fighting. Im an old man and have seen evil and what it does, I have seen good and what it can become.
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From the local newspaper:

Quote:The Democrat controlled Buchanan County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously this week to send a letter to Governor Ralph Northam asking Northam, who is also a Democrat, to resign from office. Northam’s stance on guns and abortion were cited as the reasoning for the move which was supported by both Democrats and Republicans on the local board. Action for the board's attorney Lee Moise to draft a letter to be sent to Northam asking him to step down as governor came in a multi-pronged motion unanimously approved during the board's December meeting that included the declaration of Buchanan County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary County which also put in place an emergency ordinance protecting county citizens' gun rights. For the full story and full text of the emergency ordinance, pick up your copy of the Mountaineer on newsstands now!. #virginiamountaineer #gunrights


So it was a bipartisan vote. Washington DC could learn a thing or two from our locals. So could Richmond.
" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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#11
Perhaps this is the answer

Quote:VIRGINIA SHERIFF VOWS TO DEPUTIZE THOUSANDS OF CITIZENS IF STATE PASSES GUN RESTRICTIONS

County passes resolution to protect citizens’ right to bear arms
Adan Salazar | Infowars.com - DECEMBER 6, 2019 65 Kommentit 



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The sheriff of a county in Virginia says he’s ready to deputize thousands of citizens if the state legislature
passes laws restricting the Second Amendment.

At a board meeting Tuesday where a resolution was passed declaring Culpeper County a “constitutional county,”
Sheriff Scott Jenkins said he will vigorously defend the “God-given” right of citizens to own firearms.

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“The right to bear arms—some believe that the Second Amendment gives us that right, when in fact it’s a
God-given right. If you don’t believe in God, it’s a law of nature that every creature can defend their lives
from threats,” Jenkins said.


Furthermore, Jenkins added he is prepared to deputize numerous citizens if that’s what it takes to comply with
new gun laws.

“If the legislature decides to restrict certain weapons I feel harms our community, I will swear in thousands
of auxiliary deputies in Culpeper,” the sheriff stated, according to The Culpeper Star-Exponent. “There’s no
limit to the number of people I can swear in…
Personally, I don’t think some of the bills that are proposed will pass, I don’t think we’re that far left in Virginia.”

“A militia, when properly formed, are in fact the people themselves and include all men capable of bearing arms,”
Jenkins added, citing Virginia-based Founding Father Richard Henry Lee’s perspective on the Second Amendment.




County Supervisor Jack Frazier, who recommended labeling the region a “constitutional county” rather than a
“sanctuary county” to distinguish from liberal “sanctuary cities,” said he wanted the proposal to send a message
to legislators.

“I am hoping that by standing by our neighboring counties that this will send a message to our governor, legislators
and the folks in Richmond that the people of Culpeper County know best as to how we can protect ourselves and
our families,” Frazier said.


A county resident and US Navy veteran also told the local paper he feared for his rights after Democrats took
control of the state’s General Assembly.

“When I see bills being introduced to the House of Representatives in Richmond that you can’t even train your
kids on how to use a gun, that’s a little much. I’m just bound and determined that they’re not going to take my
rights away,” expressed retired service member Charles Evering.

The resolution reads in part:
“The Board of Supervisors implores the Virginia General Assembly, the United States Congress, and other
agencies of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the United States Government vigilantly to preserve, uphold,
and protect the rights of the citizens to keep and bear arms under the Constitutions of the Commonwealth
of Virginia and the United States by rejecting any provision, law, or regulation that may infringe, have the
tendency to infringe, or place any additional burdens on the right of law-abiding citizens to bear arms.”

The proposal mirrors similar pro-Second Amendment resolutions recently passed by other Virginia counties,
including King George, Orange and Fairfax counties.
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Democrats Want a Disarmed American Populace That They Can Control
Q!!Hs1Jq13jV6 7 Dec 2019 - 11:57:38 AM

https://twitter.com/KingstonChurch3/stat...1542520832?

What happens when people don't conform to their rule?

What happens when people cannot defend themselves?
Why do [D]'s want to abolish the 2nd amendment?
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
What did the Framers of the Constitution fear the most?

https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/d...transcript?

"–That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.–"
We, the People.
Q
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(12-07-2019, 09:06 AM)Wallfire Wrote: Perhaps this is the answer

Quote:VIRGINIA SHERIFF VOWS TO DEPUTIZE THOUSANDS OF CITIZENS IF STATE PASSES GUN RESTRICTIONS

County passes resolution to protect citizens’ right to bear arms
Adan Salazar | Infowars.com - DECEMBER 6, 2019 65 Kommentit 
source


That's an option which has seen some discussion locally. A number of citizens has brought up the idea of being sworn in as Reserve Deputies, but we have elected a new sheriff, and I'm not sure where he stands on that possibility. I know he supports the actions of the county in declaring itself a Second Amendment Sanctuary, but I do not know if he is prepared to go the extra mile to defend the county after he takes office by swearing in hundreds or thousands of Reserve Deputies.

As a matter of full disclosure, I'm related to the new sheriff through marriage, but I don't know his positions as well as I should.

Another possibility is legislation proposed for the next session (same session the gun confiscation is set to begin) that would "grandfather" dissenting counties and exempt them from the confiscations.  I don't think that will fly, but at least one legislator has vowed to introduce it. If the Socialists are going to disarm us, it would be counterproductive to let well over half of the counties in the state slide on it - that's pretty much the same as not disarming us at all, and I don't think the Socialists will go for it. On the other hand, it's also an option to avoid all out bloodshed when they come to round the guns up. If they don't come here, none of them will get shot here, so the idea does have something to recommend it.

There is an old saying here - "If you don't start no shit, ain't gonna BE no shit"... but I really don't think the Socialists will go for it, since their stock in trade is starting shit and sending someone else to deal with it so they don't get shot themselves.

Personally, if I were one of the law enforcement officers sent to enforce a law passed in contravention of the Constitution, I'd tell the legislators to enforce it their goddamned selves. If THEY were the ones having to put their own asses in the grass, they might think twice before taking actions against the citizens... but if they can send someone else to face the danger, there is no check on them.

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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(12-07-2019, 06:20 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote:
Quote:3656


Democrats Want a Disarmed American Populace That They Can Control
Q!!Hs1Jq13jV6 7 Dec 2019 - 11:57:38 AM

https://twitter.com/KingstonChurch3/stat...1542520832?

What happens when people don't conform to their rule?

What happens when people cannot defend themselves?
Why do [D]'s want to abolish the 2nd amendment?
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
What did the Framers of the Constitution fear the most?

https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/d...transcript?

"–That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.–"
We, the People.
Q

"Q" is wrong there. He says "Why do [D]'s want to abolish the 2nd amendment?". The answer is: THEY DON'T. This is not a Democrat initiative. It's a socialist/communist initiative. They are placing a (D) beside their names, but they are NOT Democrats, they are only using that party to gain enough power to declare themselves. The resolution here has Democrats on board right beside the Republicans, both telling the Richmond socialists to go pound salt up their asses. I do not know any Democrats willing to give up their firearms, either.

This is not a Republican vs. Democrat issue. It's a Free Citizen vs. Totalitarian regime issue. Insinuating that "them Democrats wants to take yer GUNS!" is just another way to promote further division among the masses in a "divide and conquer" strategy. We cannot allow that to happen, we cannot allow the enemy to define the narrative, for if we do, they will engineer it to their own ends, and to our ruin.

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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@Ninurta said,


Quote:"Q" is wrong there. He says "Why do [D]'s want to abolish the 2nd amendment?". The answer is: THEY DON'T. This is not a Democrat initiative. It's a socialist/communist initiative.

Well, since we don't have a "party" running specifically called "the socialist/communist party", Q uses the party the socialist are running under. Basically, every "democrat" candidate is a socialist/communist, we know this. But, since they are representing the democrat party now, that's why he called them the D party.

Sigh...

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(12-08-2019, 05:00 AM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: Sigh...

Do I have to explain everything to you?       smallnotamused 



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Yes. You should also make sure my shoes are tied so I don't trip while running towards the sound of the gunfire. It would be nice if you could also make some oatmeal to send with me, so I don't choke on the solid rations. I'll try real hard to manage my own bib!
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The fact remains that by tarring all Democrats with the same brush, we are running the risk of alienating potential allies in the coming fight. I'm not big on alienating allies when a fight is brewing. When wounds and injuries are starting to be traded, you need all the friends you can get. I cringe when I see Conservatives call them "Demonrats", among other, less salubrious, epithets on places like Facebook. Those Facebook folk are not, generally speaking, the same folks we are going to be engaging in imminent violence with. It makes no sense to alienate them before we even get out of the gate.

I have a brother in law who is a Democrat - and who has more guns than me! Our newly elected sheriff ran as a Democrat. I voted for him, even though I'm NOT a Democrat, and he has already gone on the record as being in support of this resolution. These are folks I don't care to piss off just when I'm going to expect them to be watching my six.

Alienating them in such manner will only harden their position, and is not conducive to converting them to our side. It may well drive them into the other camp.

There has to be a way to differentiate these common folk who identify as "Democrats" from the Socialists who identify as "Democrats", and I choose to identify the Socialist types as exactly what they are, and call them out as such. it would be nice, especially for VA where it appears the fight will start, if "Q" could get that through his head...

... unless he doesn't want to, and that's all part of his nefarious plan to assist the wannabe Overlords to divide and conquer. Food for thought.

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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This video is from Fairfax County in Northern VA, and give some idea of the word in the streets:






Other rumbles from around the internet:

https://www.firearmsnews.com/editorial/t...aws/370026

http://committedconservative.com/2019/12...n-crossed/
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 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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@Ninurta 
He is right, Stock-Up and keep your Powder Dry.
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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The gun-grabbin' cancer has spread to Kentucky now:






This was brought to my attention when some patriots in Kentucky started contacting us here across the border after the 2nd Amendment Sanctuary movement began and was passed in Buchanan County, and wanted information on how to make that happen in KY.

A key difference there is that you can keep your AR-15 if you are willing to register it with the State Police. Not gonna happen. Folks don't need to know what I have unless they are a) planning to take what I have or b) are up to no good and need to know what they are going to run into when they attack.

Nope, not gonna happen, because it ain't none of their goddamned business, and if they ARE up to no good, then they NEED to get a surprise!

Tennessee must also have something going on, as I've noticed a few counties in East TN have adopted 2nd A Sanctuary status now as well.

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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(12-08-2019, 07:34 AM)guohua Wrote: @Ninurta 
He is right, Stock-Up and keep your Powder Dry.

Never fear - I'm stocked up enough that I can resupply off of the enemy, or die trying. If I die trying, then resupply suddenly becomes a non-issue.

Didn't the ATF and IRS recently make some big purchases of useful gear? They might want to stay clear of us, what with having all that tantalizing "stuff"... Nah, I don't really expect they'll wade into the fray to attempt enforcing an illegal Virginia law that the Feds have already learned isn't going to fly. They tried it in 1994 with a less draconian measure than this one, and lost all their seats of power for several years afterwards, until the law sunsetted and went away.

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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