It is more than obvious that Democrat Governor Blackface Northam is putting the squeeze on Virginia gun owners before Monday’s Second Amendment protest.
The map of the protest grounds was recently released and shows only one entrance for the thousands of Virginia protesters expected at the rally.
The group will be fenced in. And the governor is ordering the protesters to leave their guns at home — even though it’s an Open Carry State.
On Friday State Senator Amanda Chase issued a warning to those attending the rally on Monday. “We are being set up!”
“I want you to be aware of how we are being set up.”
“Does the Patriot Act ring a bell?”
“Does the National Defense Authorization Act ring a bell?”
“If people show up wearing any kind of uniform, patch or other symbol on their clothing signifying they belong to a militia and something goes wrong, you could/will be held as a domestic terrorist.”
“If anyone steps out of line, all it takes is one person, it may even be a government plant….if that plant does anything to disrupt the rally, you could/will be arrested as a domestic terrorist.”
“The Governor, using the media has already set the stage for this to happen.
He has already laid the groundwork to make the entire movement look like insurrection.”
“It will be used to put the rest of the nation on notice of what will happen to you, if you resist.”
“They have used the Southern Poverty Law Center over the last 15 years to lay the groundwork.”
“They have labeled us as potential domestic terrorist for a long time now.”
“Anyone who has ever related to the 3%er’s, a militia, or just belonged to any Patriot group…the groundwork has been laid to brand you as a domestic terrorist,” Senator Chase wrote this on her Facebook page.
Western Journal also reported that a Virginia state senator has sounded a warning bell three days before a massive rally is set to coalesce in the commonwealth’s capital.
Conservative Sen. Amanda Chase of District 11 took to Facebook posting a warning for all patriots who plan to attend the pro-Second Amendment rally Monday in Richmond.
The warning came the same week that Gov. Ralph Northam issued an executive order temporarily banning firearms in the Capitol Square.
“Sadly, I am posting this, knowing that the Governor of Virginia has declared a State of Emergency in our state,” Chase wrote. “I want you to be aware of how we are being set up.”
“Does the Patriot Act ring a bell? Does the National Defense Authorization Act ring a bell?”