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November 2nd (DC Rally) GUN OWNERS ARE GOING TO DC at the DC front lawn.

solus

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Ah good to see the truth In advertising espoused by the marketer...
1. Who are the sponsors? What is their agenda? Who are the Sponsor’s principals? How long have they been in existence?

What have they DONE for this nation’s firearm owning citizens?

2. These exemplary and “known” & notable folks are going to be there and many more...wait just cuz these named individuals are there means what to the 2A cause? they are speaking? Gathering accolades and signing autographs? Oh wait many more Which I’m forgetting ~ really?

2. Never been a rally, let’s see per Ammoland: March, April, and July rallies were held in DC just this year![https://www.ammoland.com/search/?query=Dc+Rally#axzz62JumQD5y]

3. Kinda awkward to hold a gun rally without guns isn’t?
a. DC does not honor any other states permit/license.
b. You can’t carry a loaded firearm in a vehicle in the DC without a permit to carry issued by DC.

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Just an observation mind you from an unemotional kind of cynical & exemplary critical thinking & mature firearm owner
 

Tess

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Beautiful weather, good crowd (2000-3000)). I talked to folks from MA, VT, CT, NJ, NY, PA, MD, DC, VA, NC, CO, IL, TX, FL, CA. Connecticut Citizens Defense League charted a bus.

Dynamic speakers, all open to individual discussions, shaking hands, etc. Gabby Franco sought me out for a picture -- could have something to do with the bright orange GUNS SAVE LIVES t-shirt I wore.

The photos I took are too large to upload here, but others took much better ones anyway.
 

solus

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OMGoodness the rhetorical tirade in the Ammoland article’s commentary is fascinating from slinging unabashed verbal nonsense towards those who didn’t ’take time to participate’ to why wasn’t DJT there...
 
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