VA counties declare 2A Sanctuary status as media uses gun control jargon

    Updated: November 20, 2019 at 4:19 pm EST  See Comments

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    Three weeks after Democrats captured complete control of the Virginia General Assembly, several counties have declared themselves “Second Amendment Sanctuaries” while the media has adopted the lexicon of gun prohibitionists by headlining stories about “gun reforms” the Democrats plan to push.

    Several counties in Virginia have declared themselves “Second Amendment Sanctuaries.” (Dave Workman image)

    According to WRC, the NBC affiliate in Washington, D.C., Campbell, Carroll, Charlotte and Patrick counties have passed sanctuary resolutions. Appomattox County is also on board with the sanctuary movement, and both Franklin and Pittsylvania counties are headed in that direction.

    It may be too late to turn the tide in Richmond, after only a 40 percent voter turnout on Election Day, but with several counties essentially telling anti-gun Gov. Ralph Northam and the Democrats that their new gun control proposals might not be enforced, it sends a message liberals in northern Virginia don’t want to hear.

    WSLS News reported on a Board of Supervisors meeting held Tuesday evening in Franklin County that drew a standing-room-only crowd.

    At the meeting, William Dyer with the Virginia Citizens Defense League presented the sanctuary resolution. Quoted by WSLS, Dyer expressed concerns about some of the proposals that are being considered

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