VA – another hot mess shaping up

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by Chris

/Loudspeaker squawks to life/ “Paging Robbie and other VA residents…you are wanted at the front page.”

Well, this is getting serious.

Here’s the story:

‘The law is the law’: Virginia Democrats float prosecution and National Guard deployment if police don’t enforce gun control

December 11, 2019

Democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hill say local police who do not enforce gun control measures likely to pass in Virginia should face prosecution and even threats of the National Guard.

After November’s Virginia Legislature elections that led to Democrats taking control of both chambers, the gun control legislation proposed by some Democrats moved forward, including universal background checks, an “assault weapons” ban, and a red flag law.

Legal firearm owners in the state, however, joined with their sheriffs to form Second Amendment sanctuary counties, which declare the authorities in these municipalities uphold the Second Amendment in the face of any gun control measure passed by Richmond.

Over 75 counties in Virginia have so far adopted such Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions in the commonwealth, the latest being Spotsylvania County. The board of supervisors voted unanimously to approve a resolution declaring that county police will not enforce state-level gun laws that violate Second Amendment rights.

Is this really a hill to die on, so to speak, for the Democrats?

This whole “the law is the law!” angle just lands with a hollow, reverberating thud on the current morass of FBI lying, bankster swindling, police misbehavior, Epstein didn’t kill himself, and deep state criminal behaviors.

At least for me.  There’s tone deaf, and then there’s the plaintiff cry of “but..the law is the law!”  Yeah, so, how about actually applying the law now and then to you and your own handlers, then?  If only for appearance’s sake.

As comedienne lily Tomlin said; “as cynical as I am, I find I just can’t keep up.’”

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