October 21, 2019

“Black Guns Matter” Campaign Launched

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“There’s so much ignorance around the Second Amendment, especially in the ‘hood,” Toure told Ebony. “The general public thinks if you have a firearm, then you’ve got to be this horrible person. [But] having a firearm and being a responsible gun owner is good citizenship. You can protect against negative portions of the community and law enforcement. Anybody not trying to do the right thing is a tyrant or a terrorist, for lack of a better term. We created something that would address that, as opposed to complaining about it.”<<<Read More>>>

At least one Maine town had a jump on “Black Guns Matter” as seen in this photo, which I posted back on August 4, 2016

BlackRiflesMatter

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