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When a man at the pro-Second Amendment rally in Virginia seemingly tried to agitate others into violence, conservative rally attendees shut him down and dismissed him as an “infiltrator.”
“Wanna hop the fence and kill that guy?” a man at the rally said to another attendee talking about “revolution,” video shows.
Pro-Second Amendment advocates quickly jumped in. “He’s starting stuff up,” one man accused. “Why would you say something dumb like that?”
“Are you conservative?” the man seemingly advocating violence was asked. “I’m a libertarian,” he responded.
“I’m a libertarian and that is not how we are!” another rally-goer shouted. “I think what that guy just said was absurd. We don’t believe in going and killing people. This is a peaceful rally.”
The man who asked about killing then seemingly claimed he was trying to expose a pro-Second Amendment rally attendee for promoting violence.
“We know what you’re about,” the attendees told him. “You’re an infiltrator. Get the f*** out.”
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) January 20, 2020
Tens of thousands of pro-Second Amendment Americans gathered outside Virginia’s capitol on Monday to express their opposition to new gun control bills pushed through by the Democrat-majority state legislature and backed by controversial Democratic Governor Ralph Northam.
Three gun control bills passed the Democrat-controlled Virginia Senate, last week. “The three bills that made it through include a law that will allow local authorities to ban weapons from public spaces during some events, another that limits handgun purchases to one a month, and a law requiring background checks for all firearm purchases,” The Daily Wire reported Monday.
Gun rights rally at Virginia State Capital to protest newly proposed gun control laws.
— Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) January 20, 2020
The rally has been completely peaceful despite media fearmongering. For example, those in attendance have touted pro-civil rights signs, chanted “USA” together, sang the national anthem, and recited the pledge of allegiance in unison.
— Gayle Trotter (@gayletrotter) January 20, 2020
Representation for the gay community is also in attendance at the 2nd amendment rally in Richmond, Virginia.
— Michael Coudrey (@MichaelCoudrey) January 20, 2020
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 20, 2020
2A Protesters in Virginia singing the Star Spangled Banner.
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) January 20, 2020
As outlined by The Daily Wire, here are three gun control bills sparking the protests: