By Tom Knighton
A Colorado anti-gun student group has withdrawn its support from an anti-gun rally due to alleged death threats. Meanwhile, others are saying the anti-gun rally will go on as planned.
However, there’s some humorous stuff in this, let me tell you.
Denver’s March on the NRA protest organized by students is still planned for Saturday afternoon despite a group of young activists pulling out because of violent threats they received.
The local gun-control advocacy group Students Demand Action pulled their affiliation with the protest Wednesday night after a Tuesday night discussion about how to handle online violent threats the teens were receiving.
Ethan Somers, an 18-year-old activist from Evergreen, wanted to assure the community that the protest will continue.
“Every time we plan to stand up for students there is always a group or someone who thinks it is OK to threaten innocent lives,” Somers wrote in a statement. “There were talks of what do we do for all scenarios and one was to cancel the march/rally, however we will not be bullied into fear.”
Um…your entire position on guns is because you were “bullied into fear.”
Anti-gunners are terrified. They’re terrified that someone has a gun and they have no …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms