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When in Rome: Second Amendment Patriots are Organizing a Pro-Gun Rally in Rome, Georgia

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After the successful gun rights rally in Richmond, Virginia, Second Amendment activists are setting up a rally in Rome, Georgia for this Saturday, January 25, 2020.

Organizers are still coordinating who will speak at the event.

The rally will take place at the American Legion Farm, 493 Jones Bend Road NE, at 1 p.m.

“We’re only one election away from being ruled by people who have the power to pass laws and don’t care about the Constitution,” organizer Chris Ashley declared. “I feel like all patriotic Americans should be willing to stand up and be preemptive about it instead of being reactive about it.”

Ashley hopes that Floyd County becomes a “sanctuary county” in case any kind of gun control legislation is enacted.

Ashley says that all three of the Floyd County Sheriff candidates — Republicans Tom Caldwell, Dave Roberson, and Ronnie Kilgo— are penned down as speakers.

Additionally, U.S. Congressional candidates Dr. John Cowan and Marjorie Green will be featured as speakers.

The president of Georgia Gun Owners, Inc., Patrick Parsons, is also expected to appear.

Ashley claims that members of the local legislative delegation in addition to city and county elected officials have been invited as speakers for the rally.

It’s safe to say the Richmond protest was a success.

Now other states are following suit by launching protests of their own.

The fight to protect the Second Amendment is now more heated than ever.

Gun grabbing-politicians want to hack away at gun ownership one regulation at a time, so this fight will definitely be draw out.

Protests are only the first step.

These must be followed up with concrete electoral and legislative actions that ensure the protection of the Second Amendment, while also repealing anti-gun legislation currently on the books.

Undoubtedly, gun rights will be one of the most controversial issues headed into the 2020 elections.

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Former Deep State Critter Connected to Joe Biden Hints at Wanting to Assassinate Alex Jones

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Revolver News reported that Zachery Tyson Brown, who was employed at the Office of the Secretary of Defense not too long ago, went on Linkedin to hint at giving Alex Jones the Anwar al-Awlaki treatment. Basically, he floated the idea of having Jones be assassinated by the U.S. government.

He wrote on Linkedin::

We killed Anwar al Awlaki for stuff like this.

“Alex Jones told listeners last week that his predictions of a war against the ‘New World Order’ was coming true and that his listeners should try to overcome their fear of death and be ready to ‘kill as many of them as quickly as possible.’”

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A surge of right-wing terrorism is just waiting to be unleashed on this country, and the government must be prepared to crack down on the prion disease that’s been allowed to spread too far.

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Brown shared a link to the left-wing smear merchant outfit “Right Wing Watch”, which receives funding from George Soros.

A screenshot of Brown’s post can be found here:

Anwar al-Awlaki was an Islamic terrorist and U.S. citizen that the Obama administration assassinated via drone bomb. He was connected to multiple terrorist plots in the United States and United Kingdom, which included an attempt to blow up a Detroit bound jetliner. Al-Awlaki built his reputation through his various online sermons and propaganda videos that turned him into one of Al-Qaeda’s most prominent personalities

The U.S. government placed Awlaki on its official targeted-killing list, which President Barack Obama authorized, and the National Security Council approved. Under this designation, Awlaki was deemed a military enemy of the U.S., despite being a U.S. citizen. On September 30, 2011, the Central Intelligence Agency used two drones to kill Awlaki and Samir Khan, another American al-Qaeda member.

As of July, Tyson Brown was employed in the Trump administration at the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

Deep Staters don’t like any expression of free speech that comes from the Dissident Right, so they work to find ways to muzzle it shut.

Individuals like Brown would like nothing more than to have Joe Biden at the helm along with a Democrat-controlled Congress to more easily push hate speech laws and other ways to clamp down on speech from effective dissident figures.

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