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Join Us At The Second Amendment Rally Tomorrow, Sat. Nov. 2

Gun Rights Rally
If you value your constitutional right to bear arms*, the right to defend yourself, and if you value the lives of the men and women who have died to keep those rights intact, now is the time to take a stand. Join CHQ and other defenders of the Second Amendment in Washington, DC on November 2, 2019 and let your voice be heard. The rally begins in front of the Capitol Building (WEST LAWN - National Mall Side) at 12:30PM.

(For the latest information on the speakers and schedule go to

Among the confirmed speakers will be:

Eric Blandford (IV8888)

Craig Deluz (FPC)

Dianna Muller (DC Project)

Jonathan Patton (TGC)

Mike Sodini (WTTA)

Chris Cheng (Topshot)

Joshua Prince (Lawyer)

Erich Pratt (GOA)

Kevin Dixie (NOC)

Kenn Blanchard (Black Man with a Gun)

Gabby Franco (competitive shooter)

Cheryl Todd (Gun Freedom Radio)

Matt Larosiere (Firearms Policy Coalition)

Maj Toure (Black Guns Matter)

Rob Pincus (2nd Amendment Organization)

Jeff Knox (Firearms Coalition)

Anthony Colandro (Gun For Hire)

Amy Dillon (Legacy Defense)

Kerry Slone (We the Female)

Cam Edwards (Bearing Arms)

Tim Harmsen (Military Arms Channel)

Todd Fossey (Integrative Defense Strategies)

Edgar Antillon (Guns for Everyone)

Alexander Roubian (NJ 2A Society)

Timothy Knight (2A Grassroots Activist)

Anthony Garcia (Save The Second)

Our friends at Ammoland Shooting Sports News report that 2A activist Rob Pincus, director of media relations for “Save the Second,” said during an interview with the Right of the People podcast from the Gun Rights Policy Conference in Phoenix, “We’ve got a big election coming up next year. We need to remind the nation, we need to remind ourselves that we are the Second Amendment lobby and that’s why the 2nd Amendment rally is important.”

“What has sunk in over the past few months is that far too many people are willing to write a check… and say okay, I’ve done my part, and then move on,” Pincus lamented.

Just how many will appear would be speculation at this point, but Pincus suggested that organizers are hoping for several thousand rights activists to attend.

“Maybe having 10,000 people, 15,000 people standing on the capitol steps, on the capitol grounds, listening to some of the most active leaders the most active advocates inside the Second Amendment community for a few hours on a Saturday afternoon,” Pincus observed, “I think that will be an opportunity for everybody to remember that we are the gun lobby. We are the ones who exercise these rights. We are the ones who benefit from these rights.”

As Ammoland's Dave Workman noted, in the past, gun rights activists have been a lethargic bunch, but this time around things are different. The Second Amendment has been under attack as never before, in part by anti-gunners exploiting mass shooting incidents to push bans on so-called “semiautomatic assault weapons” and “high-capacity magazines,” along with registration and one-gun-a-month schemes. Also on the gun control agenda are “safe storage” mandates, mandatory training requirements, expansion of so-called “red flag” laws and other restrictions suggesting that proponents are trying to turn Second Amendment-protected rights into government regulated privileges.

What also makes this year different for grassroots activism was the heat-of-the-moment candor by Democrat presidential candidate Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke during the recent debate. His declaration, “Hell, yes’ we’re going to take your AR15, your AK47” finally erased any doubt that anti-gunners intend to disarm law-abiding American citizens.

You are the Gun Lobby!

The Second Amendment Rally is a grassroots event, organized and funded by grassroots activists, open to all supporters of the Constitution and lovers of liberty, please join us tomorrow, Saturday, November 2, in front of the Capitol Building (WEST LAWN - National Mall Side) at 12:30PM.

CHQ Editor George Rasley is a certified rifle and pistol instructor, a Glock ® certified pistol armorer and a veteran of over 300 political campaigns, including every Republican presidential campaign from 1976 to 2008. He served as lead advance representative for Governor Sarah Palin in 2008 and has served as a staff member, consultant or advance representative for some of America's most recognized conservative Republican political figures, including President Ronald Reagan and Jack Kemp. He served in policy and communications positions on the House and Senate staff, and during the George H.W. Bush administration he served on the White House staff of Vice President Dan Quayle.

* Please note the following rules regarding firearms apply to the Capitol Grounds, even if you have a DC carry permit. Please also note that DC has very strict laws regarding carrying firearms and ammunition - even a spent cartridge case could cause you problems. Clean out your car and follow all applicable DC laws to avoid becoming a Second Amendment test case.


§16.16.10 Pursuant to 40 U.S.C. Section 5104(e)(1), firearms, dangerous weapons, explosives, or incendiary devices are prohibited on Capitol Grounds.

§16.16.20 At the direction of the Chief of Police, the United States Capitol Police may search packages, backpacks, and other containers in the immediate possession of individuals who enter and are within the United States Capitol Grounds for the purpose of detecting prohibited items.

§ 12.6. SIGNS, BANNERS AND PLACARDS - Signs, banners and placards are permissible on Capitol Grounds provided the supports for these items have dull ends, do not exceed ¾ of an inch at their widest point and cannot in any way be construed as a weapon. No nails, screws or bolt-type fastening devices may be protruding from the supports.

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