By Tom Knighton
I knew this was going to happen.
From the moment I saw that a sheriff in Washington State had declared his community to be a sanctuary city safe from I-1639, I just knew there would be outrage. I also looked forward to that outrage for reasons I’ll get into in a bit.
Well, I didn’t have to wait too long for the screeching to begin.
They’re part of student-led movement demanding tougher gun laws that started after the Parkland school shooting.
Students with “We Won’t Be Next Seattle” campaigned hard to get I-1639 to the ballot and had been celebrating its passage, until they heard about the position of a small town police chief in Eastern Washington.
“It’s totally against my oath of office, which is to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of Washington state, and I will not enforce it,” Republic Police Chief Loren Culp declared just over a week ago.
Local “We Won’t Be Next” co-founder and Kamiak High School Senior Niko Battle was floored.
“When I saw that for the first time I thought we can’t let this stand. We can’t set a precedent, especially as student activists …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms