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Jefferson County, WV becomes 2A Sanctuary

County Commissioner Tricia Jackson announced the news in a Facebook post on Thursday:
“Yesterday, I made a post letting the citizens of Jefferson County know that a resolution will be brought to the table to vote in favor of Jefferson County becoming a Second Amendment Sanctuary county for law abiding citizens. I am pleased to announce that the resolution passed overwhelmingly at 4-0,” she wrote.


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The whole State could be if we can get SB 353 passed this session!
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What is SB 353?


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First result on Googling for it:

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Good. Unfortunately, this was absolutely necessary given the influx of liberals to the region who want to bring their failed policies and social-justice ideals to the state.
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Good. Unfortunately, this was absolutely necessary given the influx of liberals to the region who want to bring their failed policies and social-justice ideals to the state.
Yep! Oh look Moonbeam! We can commute to Maryland and DC from here! Maybe one day soon bring a bus line and a light rail!
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Good. Unfortunately, this was absolutely necessary given the influx of liberals to the region who want to bring their failed policies and social-justice ideals to the state.
It apparently hasn't happened yet because WV turned redder as a result of the 2020 elections. I'd like to think and hope that the influx of escapees from the gulag are people like me and my wife, who are conservatives and moved to a state that was far more inviting and accommodating to our points of view.
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It apparently hasn't happened yet because WV turned redder as a result of the 2020 elections. I'd like to think and hope that the influx of escapees from the gulag are people like me and my wife, who are conservatives and moved to a state that was far more inviting and accommodating to our points of view.
It got redder because a lot of coal-country Dems, who are still registered Dem, and still vote for Manchin and voted for Clinton had no desire to see Obama's job-killing lapdog in office while the educated youth who tend to be more liberal-leaning, by and large, have moved out of state in pursuit of work and a lifestyle that they've dreamed of for years but that doesn't actually exist.

Meanwhile, there absolutely IS an influx of liberal ideologues to the far eastern reaches of the state. Jefferson, Berkley, and Morgan counties have borne the brunt of it with small towns like Wardensville down in Hardy County are starting to feel the hit.

Luckily, the influx of retirees and expats has countered this influx in other areas of the state (mainly the Huntington-Charleston and Morgantown-Clarksburg metro areas).
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