Virginia governor declares war on law-abiding gun-owners with emergency order

Invoking the specter of Charlottesville in a Wednesday afternoon press conference, Governor Ralph "Blackface" Northam declared a temporary state of emergency ahead of Monday's pro–Second Amendment Lobby Day rally in Richmond.  The emergency order will be in effect from Friday evening until January 21, the day after tens of thousands of 2A-supporters are expected to arrive on the grounds of the capitol building.

In his speech, Northam ratcheted up the tension between law-abiding Virginians and gun-control zealots.


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The governor claims he has received, "credible intelligence from law enforcement agencies" that out-of-state militia groups, white nationalists, and hate groups will arrive in Richmond to "intimidate and cause harm."

"State intelligence analysts," he says, have been perusing the dark web and mainstream channels, both online and offline, and are seeing rhetoric similar to that used by "violent groups and white nationalists" before the Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally in 2017.  Northam told a reporter during the Q&A that he doesn't "want a repeat of what happened in Charlottesville."  

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Northam's fear-mongering continued, ominously suggesting that non-essential employees should not report to work on Monday.  "If you don't need to be in Richmond on Monday...please consider staying home," he said.  Standing behind Northam was Richmond's Democrat mayor, Levar Stoney, one of Terry McAuliffe's former employees, who now presides over a city where black-on-black shootings occur on a daily basis.  To add fuel to the fire the Democrats themselves are igniting, Stoney told the press that "violations of the law will not be tolerated.  I repeat: violations of the law will not be tolerated."

Whose law, Mr. Stoney?

Northam's emergency order prohibits the carrying of all firearms, along with "bats, sticks," and weapons of any nature on capitol grounds until Tuesday.  The governor contends that the "threat of armed militia groups storming our capital" makes it necessary to impose a state of emergency.

Later, the governor who has dishonored Virginia by wearing blackface, advocating killing full-term babies, and tyrannically denying citizens their constitutional right to bear arms warned gun rights rally-goers not to "dishonor" their state.  He called on the Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL), the organizer of Monday's rally, to disavow and discourage violence.  This, after the governor stated that the VCDL had "unleashed something much larger" than it is able to control.  Northam's incendiary scare tactics and "white supremacist" reference portraying law-abiding citizens as evildoers may unleash his Bloomberg/Soros-funded leftists to show up on Monday — just as in Charlottesville. 

The VCDL and other gun rights groups have done nothing but preach peace before and during their annual assembly.  The Lobby Day rally has been going on peacefully for many years.  The increased numbers predicted for Monday have resulted from the multiple unconstitutional gun control laws being brought before both Democrat-controlled state houses.  Northam has made no secret of his desire to infringe on Virginians' Second Amendment rights.  Declaring a "state of emergency" and illegally denying citizens the right to carry on public grounds while corralling thousands of tax-paying unarmed gun rights–supporters inside makeshift fencing at Capitol Square is what tyranny looks like.  Incredibly, law enforcement officials from the Virginia State Police, Richmond City Police, and Capitol Police also appeared at the conference, swearing their allegiance to Northam, not the U.S. Constitution.

Invoking the specter of Charlottesville in a Wednesday afternoon press conference, Governor Ralph "Blackface" Northam declared a temporary state of emergency ahead of Monday's pro–Second Amendment Lobby Day rally in Richmond.  The emergency order will be in effect from Friday evening until January 21, the day after tens of thousands of 2A-supporters are expected to arrive on the grounds of the capitol building.

In his speech, Northam ratcheted up the tension between law-abiding Virginians and gun-control zealots.


YouTube screen grab.

The governor claims he has received, "credible intelligence from law enforcement agencies" that out-of-state militia groups, white nationalists, and hate groups will arrive in Richmond to "intimidate and cause harm."

"State intelligence analysts," he says, have been perusing the dark web and mainstream channels, both online and offline, and are seeing rhetoric similar to that used by "violent groups and white nationalists" before the Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally in 2017.  Northam told a reporter during the Q&A that he doesn't "want a repeat of what happened in Charlottesville."  

From YouTube:

Northam's fear-mongering continued, ominously suggesting that non-essential employees should not report to work on Monday.  "If you don't need to be in Richmond on Monday...please consider staying home," he said.  Standing behind Northam was Richmond's Democrat mayor, Levar Stoney, one of Terry McAuliffe's former employees, who now presides over a city where black-on-black shootings occur on a daily basis.  To add fuel to the fire the Democrats themselves are igniting, Stoney told the press that "violations of the law will not be tolerated.  I repeat: violations of the law will not be tolerated."

Whose law, Mr. Stoney?

Northam's emergency order prohibits the carrying of all firearms, along with "bats, sticks," and weapons of any nature on capitol grounds until Tuesday.  The governor contends that the "threat of armed militia groups storming our capital" makes it necessary to impose a state of emergency.

Later, the governor who has dishonored Virginia by wearing blackface, advocating killing full-term babies, and tyrannically denying citizens their constitutional right to bear arms warned gun rights rally-goers not to "dishonor" their state.  He called on the Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL), the organizer of Monday's rally, to disavow and discourage violence.  This, after the governor stated that the VCDL had "unleashed something much larger" than it is able to control.  Northam's incendiary scare tactics and "white supremacist" reference portraying law-abiding citizens as evildoers may unleash his Bloomberg/Soros-funded leftists to show up on Monday — just as in Charlottesville. 

The VCDL and other gun rights groups have done nothing but preach peace before and during their annual assembly.  The Lobby Day rally has been going on peacefully for many years.  The increased numbers predicted for Monday have resulted from the multiple unconstitutional gun control laws being brought before both Democrat-controlled state houses.  Northam has made no secret of his desire to infringe on Virginians' Second Amendment rights.  Declaring a "state of emergency" and illegally denying citizens the right to carry on public grounds while corralling thousands of tax-paying unarmed gun rights–supporters inside makeshift fencing at Capitol Square is what tyranny looks like.  Incredibly, law enforcement officials from the Virginia State Police, Richmond City Police, and Capitol Police also appeared at the conference, swearing their allegiance to Northam, not the U.S. Constitution.