Over 18,000 Second Amendment Advocates Converge Peacefully on Virginia’s State Capitol

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(Worthy News) – At least 18,000 Second Amendment advocates hailing from across the country assembled at Virginia’s State Capitol building to rally against a slew of proposals that are in the process of passing through the -controlled state legislature.

The mood throughout the Jan. 20 gun rights rally, also known as “Lobby Day” was upbeat, and Capitol said there were no arrests or injuries reported as of 1 p.m. The rally, organized annually by the Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL), a grassroots organization whose goal is to advance the right to keep and bear arms, concluded peacefully just afternoon.

Some Second Amendment advocates and gun rights supporters spent the morning inside the Pocahontas building, conveying their concerns to delegates and, more often than not, their staff members, as many of the delegates weren’t present. VCDL members led these groups as they spoke to legislative staff about what they described as an “injustice.” [ Source: Epoch Times (Read More…) ]

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