More than 55% of all U.S. counties are now Second Amendment sanctuaries, and the numbers continue to grow at a rapid pace.
A total of 1,753 of the country’s 3,144 counties — or 55.76% — have either declared themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries or are located in sanctuary states, according to Noah Davis of sanctuarycounties.com and its companion site constitutionalsanctuaries.com.
Governors in Tennessee, Arkansas and most recently Missouri — the 14th Second Amendment sanctuary state — put the totals above 50%.
More than half of the country is now a Second Amendment sanctuary – The Gun Writer (substack.com)
This is a war that will be won by attrition and incrementalism until we reach the tip-over event.
You eat the elephant one bit at a time till you are left with nothing but the bones and high cholesterol
4 thoughts on “More than half of the country is now a Second Amendment sanctuary – The Gun Writer”
Okay but like the TN one is just window dressing and not all that different than the ones the state legislature passed during Obama.
There’s nothing preventing the feds from enforcing unconstitutional laws/EOs/Regulations/whatever, and there’s no penalties for local and state authorities violating the act.
Do remember how things generally work- people are generally okay when the rights of others are removed, but resist when their own are at stake.
The passing of these local measures, or states going full Constitutional Carry means that more people are taking the 2nd Amendment personally.
And note that since the AWB failed by actually energizing gun culture, the Federal level gun control push has pretty much crashed. Sure, they can get a few regulatory minor victories like bump stock bans. But the money and the push has moved to a state level, and will probably continue there.
I can think of one serious penalty for anyone trying to take anything of mine.
Here in Virginia, there was a grassroots effort to make each county a 2A sanctuary, and it succeeded quite well. Many of the worst proposals were voted down at the state level, or watered down, or were tabled.
This year is a major voting year. Virginia has voting every 5 years, and the governor can only serve one term.
Looking for a good conservative majority this year.
Our bete noir is outside money, such as Soros and Bloomberg, who pay big bucks for anti-gun lefties to win.
We try. But it’s always an uphill battle.
Login or register to comment.