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Old April 14th, 2018, 10:02 PM #81
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Croquet Cup huh.. thatís what all those weirdos in pastel were about, lol. Well, the Gotts garage said full but I found a spot right away, although getting out of the garage was a different story. The weather was nicer than the old 2A Tuesday rallies, the turnout should have been better. I hope it isnít a sign of how many have given up or moved away. I took some video as well, Iím not that good at editing and Iím worse at talking to the camera, lol. But you only have to listen to me for 48secs


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Old April 14th, 2018, 10:19 PM #83
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You guys Rock! Thank you guysl for being there. I only have about 73 1/2 hours left in my battle with the Tax Man, I just wish this had been next weekend.

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The weirdos were in pastel? They were having a good time, and it really brought me back to the 1980's. That was the everyday fashion in Miami back then. I was wondering if they knew that.
Smigiel's line "Shrimp on a Cracker", was epic.. lol
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Here's the article in the Capital Gazette. The quote from Gov. Hogan's Spokeswoman does not warm the cockles of my heart:
“The governor has always supported common-sense policies to keep firearms out of the hands of individuals with mental illnesses or violent criminal backgrounds who could pose a danger to themselves and others,” said spokeswoman Amelia Chasse in an email.

She said “our legislative team worked closely with members of both houses to ensure that proper due process was included in the legislation,” such as an evidentiary standard to issue a lethal violence protective order and a chance for the gun owner to address the petition against him or her.
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Here's the article in the Capital Gazette. The quote from Gov. Hogan's Spokeswoman does not warm the cockles of my heart:
ďThe governor has always supported common-sense policies to keep firearms out of the hands of individuals with mental illnesses or violent criminal backgrounds who could pose a danger to themselves and others,Ē said spokeswoman Amelia Chasse in an email.

She said ďour legislative team worked closely with members of both houses to ensure that proper due process was included in the legislation,Ē such as an evidentiary standard to issue a lethal violence protective order and a chance for the gun owner to address the petition against him or her.

Since due process isnt included BEFORE the weapons are seized could that mean he will veto it ?? (Wishful thinking ???)

At the bar I was at last night they were talking guns and I brought this POS up those they knew about it (supposedly gun owners) thought it was a good bill . Once I explained it in layman terms what potential this bill could have they were appalled and said they would email Hogan . The best response I got was the guy said I am from Delaware so we are good . Told him to go see what his legislators are up too .

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Yep and since it’s ex parte, it violates the Sixth amendment right to face your accuser.

This bill is blatantly unconstitutional on its face

Due process myA$$
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Big to everybody that came out yesterday.

It sure was nice to see everybody that was there and put more faces and screen names together. The weather was so much nicer than Monday night; I'd like to thank whoever arranged for that.

I was proud to stand with you all.
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There was nothing we could do about Gov. Hogan being in the Eastern Shore yesterday, but thanks to the Baltimore Sun coverage of our “Rally To Stop the Red Flag Bill” Hogan and his aides will have to answer the question: “Governor, where is the Due Process you told The Legislature must be in the bill?

Coincidentally, it was quotes from Eastern Shore participants in the Rally that WILL NOT LET THE GOVERNOR SIDESTEP THE FLAWS IN THIS BILL:

From the Baltimore Sun: "GUN RIGHTS ADVOCATES STAGE RALLY OUTSIDE STATE HOUSE"

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Speakers repeatedly motioned to the nearby Governor’s Mansion in urging Hogan to pull support he has pledged for two gun control measures passed during the legislative session that ended last week. One bill bans bump stocks, the accessory used by the Las Vegas concert shooter last year, while the so-called “red flag” law would require gun owners to give up their weapons if a judge finds them to be an “extreme risk.”

Protesters argued the “red flag” law goes too far and would deny citizens due process.

“It’s not really about the guns. It’s about disarming, and this is just one little raindrop in the storm,” said Don Howell, from Princess Anne on the Eastern Shore
, who retired from the real estate business and works as a painter. “What the whole agenda is is to disarm America, shred our Constitution and make the United States into a socialist nation.

Speakers repeatedly motioned to the nearby Governor’s Mansion in urging Hogan to pull support he has pledged for two gun control measures passed during the legislative session that ended last week. One bill bans bump stocks, the accessory used by the Las Vegas concert shooter last year, while the so-called “red flag” law would require gun owners to give up their weapons if a judge finds them to be an “extreme risk.”

“They want to take away the freedom that our founding fathers fought for,” Howell said.

Kevin Hulbert, a member of Patriot Picket, said he also came from the Eastern Shore to demonstrate and try to convince the governor to withdraw support for the red flag bill.

We believe that once he recognizes the constitutional problems in the bill, that he won’t sign it,” Hulbert said. “There are better ways to go about the issue of dealing with the severely mentally ill or the criminally insane.

“It also specifically names gun owners as the persons to be petitioned against,” he said “It’s the first time in American history that a group that would normally be protected by the Constitution because they have a Second Amendment right to own their firearms, they’ve been targeted as a group by the bill.”
Our March & Rally was a complete success when viewed from the perspective of keeping pressure on Hogan!

Without a March & Rally, there would be no event for the Baltimore Sun to cover; instead we have awesome quotes from our participants that Gov. Hogan must address because Marylanders statewide will read them and know about the flaws.

In the article, it’s clear that the Governor and his people did NOT respond to the Red Flag concerns voiced at our event. We continue to get crucial traction in our grassroots campaign to demand that Hogan get out the VETO pen!

Here is the Baltimore Sun article:

https://www.google.com/amp/www.balti...story,amp.html
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The Governor was in St. Michaels all day I seen on FB . He missed the rally .
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