It would appear that what Virginia firearm proprietors required was a reminder. Or then again more precisely, a wake up smack in the face.
As far back as Bloomberg got himself a blue Virginia and stacked it with anxious enemy of firearm officials, we’ve revealed to you how the state is ablaze with genius weapon rights assessment.
Many districts has joined the Second Amendment Sanctuary list, totaling 42 areas in under about a month and a half.
Add one more sheriff to the rundown of Second Amendment saints.
Sheriff Scott Jenkins of Culpepper County, VA made a post on his official area Facebook page swearing to help the Second Amendment. In the post made on December fourth, Jenkins ventured to such an extreme as to state that he has a methodology if firearm control comes thumping:
“I plan to appropriately screen and nominate a large number of our decent residents to secure their sacred right to claim guns.”
Truth is stranger than fiction.
Jenkins needs to assign a huge number of decent residents who might some way or another be denied their entitlement to protect themselves and their families by oppressive firearm control laws that may go in the 2020 administrative session.
What’s more, Scott Jenkins isn’t acting alone or flying without much forethought.
Simply this week, the seven individuals from the County Legislators casted a ballot consistently to proclaim Culpepper County a Second Amendment Constitutional County.