Law Enforcement: "25,000 Attended Virginia Gun Rights Rally, ‘All Peaceful’

Law Enforcement: "25,000 Attended Virginia Gun Rights Rally, ‘All Peaceful’
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 Law enforcement sources working at the gun rights rally in Richmond, VA say police estimate 25,000 people were in attendance.

Massive crowds outside Virginia’s Capitol in downtown Richmond came to oppose proposed gun control laws from Democrats.

The law enforcement sources added that as of 3:00 PM EST there have been “no incidents to report at all; it was all peaceful.”

 

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    Paul Lambert · 4 months ago
    Would it make any sense for non-Americans to travel to such events to show moral and ideological support? Arguably, someone from abroad doesn't have a dog in the fight, nor would it affect any change back in his own country.
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    Frank Anast · 4 months ago
    These are some of last peaceful demonstrations that you'll see. Expect things to go in a very different direction by the end of this year.
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    Joe Williams · 4 months ago
    I apologize for having to ask this.
    But why is everyone saying a false flag will happen after dark. Plus isnt all the people gone by now and the rally is over.
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    Charles Yearwood · 4 months ago
    If anything happens it'll be after dark. It's harder to get good video after dark. Anyone who was unarmed and attended the event should be out of that area before dark for their own sake.
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    Matthew Worner · 4 months ago
    False flag will be easier after sundown. My dad always taught me, "No one ever got in trouble if he wasn't where trouble was at."
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    Grim · 4 months ago
    If I had to guess why Antifa didn't show up, it's probably because they prefer unarmed victims. It also requires a bit more introspection about the fragility of life, when you're considering throwing a balloon filled with urine on a person carrying an AR-15.
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      Mike Fisch · 4 months ago
      Agreed.

      And there are a lot of people with cameras recording the event, making it harder to twist the narrative after the fact.