VA Gov & NBC Labeling Veterans Joining Gun Rally as “Domestic Terror Threats”

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Gov. Ralph Northam declared a temporary state of emergency days ahead of Monday’s rally, banning all weapons, including guns, from Capitol Square, NBC reported.

By M. Dowling

George Soros indirectly funds the Democrat-supported #Antifa “brown shirts” who will attend the Second Amendment gun rally at the Virginia Capitol Monday. They will be bused in just as in Charlottesville for the sole purpose of causing mayhem in order to blame Trump supporters.

The Antifa Seven Hills, who originally claimed they would march with the 2nd amendment ralliers, are now denying they would ever march with ‘Nazis.’

Police were told to “stand down” in Charlottesville, creating the atmosphere that led to Heather Heyer’s death as she marched with Antifa and Black Lives Matter. That doesn’t seem to be the case here.

“DOMESTIC TERROR THREATS”

The Governor is already labeling veterans as “domestic terror threats.” Instead of calling out Antifa, they are calling out militia groups and maligning them. For instance, they singled out the ‘Oath Keepers.’ The Oath Keepers on Long Island is comprised of police, veterans, retired officers, and emergency workers who advocate for peaceful protests.

It is clear that the Democrats will do their best to turn this into an anti-gun rally.

THE SET-UP

Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase issued a troubling warning yesterday. The senator who is around these lawmakers day in and day out said the gun groups are being set up.

She wrote in part, “I want you to be aware of how we are being set up. Does the Patriot Act ring a bell? Does the National Defense Authorization Act ring a bell? If people show up wearing any kind of uniform, patch or other symbol on their clothing signifying they belong to a militia and something goes wrong, you could/will be held as a domestic terrorist.”

The group behind the rally today, on Lobby Day, the Virginia Citizens Defense League, is an influential grassroots gun-rights organization with a long and peaceful record in the state.

Each year on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday the group holds a lobby day, typically attended by several hundred gun enthusiasts who rally and meet with lawmakers to discuss legislation.

This year’s event is expected to draw thousands. The Democrat Fascists —

7 NEO-NAZIS MAYBE PLANNED TO ATTEND

Virginia’s solicitor general last week said law enforcement had identified “credible evidence” armed out-of-state groups planned to come to Virginia with the possible intention of participating in a “violent insurrection.”

They found seven neo-Nazis who may or may not have planned to attend the rally.

Seven!

Online, threats of violence have been “rampant” among anti-government and far-right groups, according to the hate group Southern Poverty Law Center, which regularly puts out false information about right-wing individuals, groups, and rallies.

Organizers of an annual vigil at the Capitol for the victims of gun violence said Friday they have canceled their event this year because of fears of ”armed insurrectionists.”

The groups they should worry about and report about are ANTIFA! But, they won’t. Antifa, the fascist anti-fascists, are their soldiers in the field.

An NBC reporter claimed yesterday that the rally was a white nationalist rally. He sparked outrage online but the MSM has a far bigger footprint.

The gun-rights group that has planned the event is urging peace, but Antifa won’t listen.

NO, ANTIFA WON’T BE MARCHING WITH THE 2ND AMENDMENT GROUPS

Antifa Seven Hills issued a lengthy statement after Vice News reported the group would be attending a rally to protest pending gun control legislation in front of the Virginia Capitol in Richmond on January 20.

As it happens, they will NOT march with the Second Amendment groups.

Antifa Seven Hills wrote in a statement, “Many folks have read this article [Newsweek], or possibly just the headline, and come to the conclusion that we are choosing to march with Neo-Nazis and Klansmen on Monday. This was and never will be the case. We are forever in opposition to these groups,” the statement said. “It is our group’s stated mission to keep these groups from having footholds in Richmond and beyond.”

Originally, the person VICE interviewed most definitely said they were marching with the gun groups.

Originally published by the Liberty Beacon Project.

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