Bad ideas from Virginia are headed to Congress. We witnessed a take over of power of the Virginia state government by Democrats, and the Democrat legislators hastily passed sweeping gun restrictions. Democrat Governor Northam signed the laws and the laws became effective this July.
The Virginia Democrats are not stopping there. Virginia Senators Tim Kaine and Mark Warner are taking those ideas to Washington, trying to get bad laws from Virginia transformed into nationwide laws.
We have also seen this term that most of the Supreme Court justices are unwilling to take up the protection of civil rights under the Second Amendment of our Constitution.
When these laws are not stopped at the local level, they become blueprints for the gun-grabbing Democrat politicians to roll them out at the national level. The Supreme Court is not going to rescue us from these bad laws.
You can understand why over twenty thousand Virginians gathered in Richmond in January of this year as the Virginia legislators considered these gun-grabbing bills. They peacefully protested not only for their civil rights, but also for the civil rights of all Americans. They understood that an attack on the liberty of one law-abiding American is an attack on the liberty of all Americans.
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