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More than 100 of Virginia’s cities, counties, explain gun shrines, such as Dems prepare for legislature

in the vicinityvideo Virginia sheriff vows to deputize residents in response to the Democrats’ gun legislation

The sheriff of Culpeper County, Virginia, says he will deputize its inhabitants, when the Democrat state legislators pass your gun control plan

Dozens of Virginia counties and cities declare your Second Amendment shrines in an apparent revolt against the legislature, the proposals for new gun restrictions.

The movement to gain so much steam that Virginia attorney General Mark Herring issued an Advisory opinion reminds residents that “sanctuary” decisions of no legal effect.

“It is my opinion that these decisions have no legal effect,” herring said in a letter Friday. “It is my further opinion that the towns and local constitutional officers do not nullify the state laws are not violated and must adopt gun violence prevention measures that the General Assembly may.”

The Associated Press reported that more than 100 cities, communities, and country have passed circles, the such resolutions.

NEW MEXICO COUNTY IS IN “SECOND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY’ IN PROTEST OF GUN OWNERSHIP LEGISLATION

The controversy came shortly before the Democrats expected to control both the Virginia Senate and the house of delegates for the first time since 1996. Gov. Ralph Northam has already undertaken to pass “common sense gun safety legislation” after the Democrats ” election in November, says.

The new General Assembly could delegate to the vote on the two draft laws, in particular, SB 18 and SB 16 — together to ban assault weapons, raise the minimum age for the purchase of 21 and require background checks for every gun.

“It is the invasion of someone’s personal rights,” Jim Wood, the owner of a Staunton gun shop, told WHSV.

Wood told the Harrisonburg outlet, that the Second Amendment “clearly States that we are allowed to carry weapons.”

“If you are picking apart begin, then all of a sudden it’s the anti-gun laws they had in other countries,” he said.

FLORIDA GUN OWNERS, ADVOCATES RESPOND TO LAKE COUNTY ‘S” SECOND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY ” RESOLUTION

The Virginia citizens Defense League (VCDL), a gun rights group, offers a model for resolution, claiming that 85 of Virginia’s 95 counties already approved the so-called sanctuary policies. At least nine cities and 17 municipalities have done the same, the group said.

The group is also planning a protest for Jan. 20 on the steps of the Capitol. VCDL has posted pictures of that meeting allegedly Packed crowds show the board of supervisors for more than a dozen towns.

The resistance could reach law enforcement authorities. Culpeper County Sheriff Scott Jenkins has already vowed to deputize citizens, if Democrats pass gun control.

On Wednesday, VCDL, a video released shows a rapid increase in the sanctuary resolutions, as in November, when the Democrats won their majority in the state General Assembly.

Places in the United States-in Florida, California, New Mexico and Washington — have passed, or similar measures.

VIRGINIA SHERIFF VOWS TO DEPUTIZE RESIDENTS IN RESPONSE TO THE DEMOCRATS’ GUN LEGISLATION

VCDL model resolution refers to a number of Constitutional provisions and the Supreme Court decisions prior to the call, the possibilities for gun restrictions in Virginia.

“Certain laws, or to be introduced in the Virginia General Assembly, and certain provisions which are, or can be introduced in the Congress of the United States could have, to keep the effect of the violation of the rights of law-abiding citizens and bear arms guaranteed by the Second amendment of the Constitution of the United States Constitution and article I, section 13 of the Constitution of Virginia.”

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Northam rail @ unphased by the possible backlash in November. “I don’t think that is nothing to fear,” he said, according to The Virginian-Pilot.

But, according to VCDL President Phillip Van Cleave, Democrats have awakened a “sleeping giant.” The Governor, who said “the war to Virginia gun owners,” Van Cleave explained.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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