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02-04-2020 06:44 PM
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02-02-2020 02:47 PM
casull
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things must have radically changed there. I was stationed there for 5 years in the 70s and if you would have told me VA would be anti gun I would have laughed at you. My guess is its not the state. Its like my own state of mich that a few liberal citys have the population to set law for the whole state. I knew a lot of Virginians and don't recall a single one of them that I would have called a liberal. I still hold out hope for them. One things for sure. This liberal governor will get every conservative in the state to the voting booths next election.







Lloyd, you hit the nail on the head. NOVA, or northern Virginia, is the cause of this mess, along with Richmond and a couple of other cities. Northern Virginia is a suburb of DC, and this is what we get. Kind of like Chicago calling the shots for Illinois and NYC doing the same for New York. One thing is for sure, and that is that this bunch of liberal scum HAS riled up the rural areas and there will be **** to pay at the next election, along with 90% of the counties taking a 2nd Amendment sanctuary stand.
02-02-2020 10:19 AM
mcbammer Its going to get interesting how the gun sanctuary areas in Virginia is going to workout . Some local LEO s say they will protect the 2nd amendment .
02-02-2020 09:20 AM
lgm270 They're doing the same thing everywhere in every major state: Loading up the cities with "immigrants", "refugees" etc., and using their power to dominate the state. I believe the next civil war will be drawn on those battle lines. The question will be whether many large cities are physically sustainable in chaotic, disruptive conditions of massive civil turmoil.

San Francisco and Los Angeles are very fragile, both relying on water from the outside and both having severe problems with sewage, waste management and control of urine and feces on the sidewalks and streets. These are recipes for plagues, epidemics and civil breakdown. Already seeing it in Los Angeles where I am.

In Los Angeles, sewage treatment is failing. Dangerously high bacteria levels in the ocean at local beaches is now the new normal. They're trying to keep the lid on it but news stories have leaked out.

Untreated sewage=epidemics.

During the 1992 Rodney King Riots in Los Angeles when black/hispanic looters and shooters controlled many areas of the city, truckers refused to go into those areas and grocery stores located there didn't get reprovisioned. Likewise gasoline stations ran dry as well. Fire trucks stayed back from some areas where they were being shot at by "people of color."

When you have riots, disturbance and chaos and truckers and the Fire department won't go into dangerous areas, the people there will starve. What happens when electric power goes out because of downed power lines and utility crews refuse to go into urban battle areas to restore service? Modern urban civilization is very fragile. This is why liberals are working to disarm rural and suburbanites. When the cities burn and starve, the balance of power will shift to the suburbs and rural areas which are mostly WHITE.
02-02-2020 07:14 AM
lloyd smale things must have radically changed there. I was stationed there for 5 years in the 70s and if you would have told me VA would be anti gun I would have laughed at you. My guess is its not the state. Its like my own state of mich that a few liberal citys have the population to set law for the whole state. I knew a lot of Virginians and don't recall a single one of them that I would have called a liberal. I still hold out hope for them. One things for sure. This liberal governor will get every conservative in the state to the voting booths next election.
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The next revolution may start in Va.
02-01-2020 11:29 PM
lgm270 Immigration has changed the voting demographic in Virginia just like in California. They're importing 3'd world primitives from south of the border and Africa to PERMANENTLY change the electorate. WHITEs are forced to limit their birth rates and the non-whites use the welfare state to force WHITES to subsidize run away non-white birth rates.

We are totally screwed in California, where the state is going pure communist because WHITES have slipped into permanent minority status.

America is a WHITE creation and when WHITE people disappear America disappears.
01-26-2020 07:13 PM
bugeye The next revolution may start in Va.
01-26-2020 01:53 PM
tdoyka
Six More Gun Control Measures Advancing In VA House

https://bearingarms.com/cam-e/2020/0...ures-va-house/

Six More Gun Control Measures Advancing In VA House
Posted at 11:00 am on January 25, 2020 by Cam Edwards

With little debate and public testimony, the Virginia legislature’s House Public Safety Committee approved nearly a dozen gun control bills targeting six specific areas of legal gun ownership on Friday, sending the bills to the floor of the full House for passage.

While HB 961, a sweeping gun, magazine, and suppressor ban wasn’t heard in the committee, Democrats did move forward with bills that would criminalize private transfers of firearms, punish gun owners who fail to report their firearms lost or stolen, gut the state’s firearms preemption law and more.

After the hearing, NRA spokesperson Catherine Mortensen said the committee “shamefully rubber-stamped the Bloomberg-Northam gun control scheme. By blocking legislator’s questions and preventing constituents from speaking, today’s hearing was a disgrace to the democratic process. Virginians deserve lawmakers who will hear testimony and conduct serious vetting of each bill — as the Senate Judiciary Committee did — before voting on measures that will strip away the constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens and leave them defenseless.”

Here’s a full list of the gun control bills approved by the committee on Friday.

House Bill 2 and House Bill 335 are both “universal background check” bills that criminalize private transfers of firearms, with only a few exceptions. Most common transfers between friends and neighbors are not exempted.

House Bill 9 is a “lost or stolen” bill that turns gun owners into criminals if they don’t report a lost or stolen firearm within 24 hours of discovering them missing by fining them. Supposedly this is supposed to cut down on “straw purchases,” but lawmakers who support the measure haven’t been able to explain how, exactly, the bill would work in practice.

House Bill 421 allows local governments to enact their own gun control ordinances, which would likely result in restrictive and unconstitutional policies being adopted in northern Virginia and other Democrat strongholds of the state.

House Bill 72, House Bill 463, and House Bill 1083, according to NRA, “severely restrict parental decisions about firearms in the home while attaching excessive penalties for violations.” Under these bills, it would be a crime for a parent to allow their 16-year old to hunt on the family’s property without direct adult supervision, or for parents to allow their 17-year old daughter access to a firearm for self-defense while she was home along, no matter how much training the teens might have.

House Bill 674 is “red flag” legislation allowing the seizure of an individual’s firearms based on a low standard of review and without any opportunity for the subject of the Extreme Risk Protection Order to be present at the hearing or to offer their own side of the story before the temporary order is issued.

House Bill 812 and House Bill 1502 are gun rationing bills that limit an individual’s ability to purchase a handgun to one every 30 days.

Unlike the state Senate, which has modified many of the gun bills to make them slightly less awful, the House Public Safety Committee offered up no changes to the bills it approved on Friday.


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It's clear that the House is more interested in ramming through these bills without changes and very little discussion while the Senate is more interested in hearing from opponents and is willing to make some changes.

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Meanwhile, Virginia’s Secretary of Public Safety, Brian Moran, says there’s still plenty of time for lawmakers to approve HB 961, though clearly the bill is in some trouble in its current form. It’s also clear, however, that Virginia Democrats want to send some form of an “assault weapons ban” to Governor Ralph Northam, so expect to see a re-worked or modified version of the bill brought up in committee in the next couple of weeks.

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