Posted January 31, 2019 7:00 pm by Comments

By Tom Knighton

The group Patriot Prayer is considered controversial in some corners, mostly because it’s a right-wing group with right-wing ideals. That alone makes it persona non grata in a lot of places.

But the group also has a sizeable base of support.

Now, the group wants to use that support to urge local governments to resist draconian gun laws in its home state.

A controversial gun-rights group will be holding an open meeting Saturday at Greenbank Farm.

Patriot Prayer, based out of Vancouver, Wash., will host an event called “Enforce the 2nd Amendment: Island County” from 3 to 5 p.m. at the barn on the farm.

The group’s founder, Joey Gibson, said it’s one of many he has been holding across Washington state in response to the gun control initiative that passed last November.

During the meeting, Gibson and other speakers will be urging Whidbey residents to push elected officials to sign an ordinance that prohibits public figures and public funds from going toward “enforcing unconstitutional laws.”

“It’s going to be focusing on the Second Amendment,” Gibson said.

South Whidbey High School senior Aryeh Rohde will also speak on behalf of another gun-rights group Washington 3 Percenters and Washington Libertarian Party.

Rohde said this will be the …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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