The Media Will Tell You VA Gun Rally Goers Are White Supremacists
Updated: Apr 2
We're here to give you the hard truth
“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.”
The language is clear.
Supreme Court Rulings have made it clear.
So why is the state of Virginia unclear about where their constitutional capacity ends?
Along with others, the Virginia legislature has proposed two unconstitutional bills:
1. Prohibit the purchase of more than one handgun per month
2. Allow local government to ban guns in parks and public buildings
Here’s the #HardTruth
1. Prohibiting the purchase of handguns per month is unconstitutional. The Constitution is meant to limit the government, not the people. Allowing the government to dictate how many handguns a person can purchase each month can quickly lead us down a slippery slope that allows the government to determine how many handguns someone can own overall.
2. Giving the government the authority to say where the Second Amendment can be exercised is quite literally tyrannical. Again, the Constitution is meant to limit the government, not the people. If this legislation passes it sets a dangerous precedent that the government has not only the ability, but the right, to decide when and where any constitutional right can be exercised. This is literally exactly why we have a Bill of Rights, to avoid a situation where the government begins limiting essential freedom. Parks and government facilities are taxpayer funded. You can bet your bottom dollar that if taxpayers have to fund these facilities, then they're going to be allowed to exercise their constitutional freedoms at same.
Not one person was harmed during the rally. Despite the liberal media claiming that this rally was just 'white supremacists' who just wanted to incite violence, it was actually a group of patriots defending their constitutional rights.
The Hard Truth is that Americans will no longer be silent as our rights are trampled upon. We're awake, we're aware, and we are no longer silent.