(American Partisan)"The more I ponder the mass demonstration being promoted by the Virginia Citizens Defense League for the annual Lobby Day at the Richmond Capitol, the more it looks like a disaster in the making. I wish it were otherwise, but I see many times more downside risk than possible upside benefit.
Even if Virginia Senate Bill 16 is passed, banning nearly all semi-automatic firearms, the new law will be challenged in court, and given the potential dire outcomes, the case will rapidly ascend to the SCOTUS. This process will take years, and Governor Ralph Northam and the Democrat majority in the legislature may be voted out in the meantime, and the law overturned. So why, before all that happens, go charging into Richmond in just a few weeks? Will rabidly anti-gun urban Democrats be convinced to change their minds because of a mass rally by their despised deplorable enemies? Not a chance. Instead, it will only harden their resolve. Now let’s look at the downside risks, which I have divided into overlapping scenarios, from best to worst case. ... " - Matt BrackenRTWT
Yet again, the choice for Virginians is not doing something vs. doing nothing.
It's a choice between doing something stupid and futile, vs. doing something smart.
You have heard this material before.
You will see it again.
Related: Another data point for the reception and hospitality the Tard Army can expect in Richmond.
Anybody local heard anything about VCDL's medical contingency response plan...?