A day after thousands attended Virginia's Second Amendment rally State Sen. Scott Surovell (D-Fairfax) was quoted saying, "We are in charge now" and signaling full speed ahead for gun control.
Texas church hero Jack Wilson says that Democrat presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg's gun control positions would have rendered congregants defenseless on the day of the church attack.
Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden responded to the diverse thousands of Virginia Second Amendment supporters by endorsing the view of 13 activists labeling Virginia attendees "white supremacists."
Democrat Gov. Ralph Northam suggested that the security decisions made regarding the Virginia Capitol grounds "de-escalated" a situation, even though no escalation preceded it.
The mother of Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer criticized some of the gun controls being pushed by Virginia Democrats as "extreme measures."
On the very day that Virginians rallied in support of gun rights, President Trump tweeted that he will never leave the Second Amendment "unprotected."
Stephen Willeford, the hero who ended the November 5, 2017, Texas church shooting with an AR-15, spoke at the January 20, 2020, Virginia 2A rally in opposition to an AR-15 ban.
NBC News reporter Ben Collins deleted a January 19 tweet in which he referred to the then-pending Virginia 2A event as a "white nationalist rally."
"Every news piece you've seen on this... have brought up the issue of race as though it's nothing but white rednecks and hillbillies out here who care for the Second Amendment," said a Second Amendment activist, who was standing outdoors in 26 degrees ...
Democrat lawmakers in Washington State will consider an "assault weapons" ban this week, as well as an end to ammunition magazines holding 11 rounds or more.
Thousands of Virginians, as well as other Americans, will be in Richmond Monday for the Virginia Citizens Defense League's (VCDL) pro-Second Amendment rally.
Two Honolulu police officers were shot and killed Sunday morning near Diamond Head.
On Sunday NBC News reporter Ben Collins let everyone know he will cover the January 20, Virginia Second Amendment rally, and he described it as a "white nationalist rally."
The Washington Post is previewing the January 20, Virginia gun rights rally in a way that suggests a Charlottesville 2.0.
Portsmouth, Virginia, councilman Nathan Clark participated in his city's Second Amendment Sanctuary vote while carrying an AR-15.
On January 17, 2020, President Donald Trump pointed to the gun control situation in Virginia, noting that it proves once more the Democrats "will take your guns" if voted into office.
Incoming Florida Senate president Bill Galvano (R-Bradenton) says he is "grateful" for the Everytown for Gun Safety donations to his political committee.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam (D) praised the NRA while announcing a gun ban, and the NRA responded by letting him know they were interested in holding on to gun rights not platitudes.
The New Mexico Sheriffs' Association is standing against the red flag bill state Democrats are trying to pass this legislative session.
After decades of glorifying gun violence, left-wing rapper Eminem released his 11th studio album on Friday, Music to Be Murdered By, which features the song "Darkness," which pushes hard for gun control, The song's video encourages viewers to register ...