3/23/19-Defend the Second Amendment Rally
Early in the morning, a ‘Defend the Second Amendment’ rally happened right outside the capital in the Capital State Park on March 23, 2019.
People in the thousands showed up yesterday, with many people expressing their second amendment right by open-carry and holding up signs to show their support.
A gun rights advocate stands around as he waits for the rally to start, holding a sign that says, It’s really quite simple: [Gun rights] Shall not be infringed.
A veteran (green jacket on the right) holds up a sign indicating that he served to defend his country and now he’s defending his rights.
During the rally, people were entertained by several performances from a group called Burn and Radian Weapons.
Mass shooter survivor Tim Lesmeister, 62, stands for his rights to have a gun outside the Salem Capital.
A crowd to support Joey Nations for Congress made quite an entrance, shouting “U.S.A” among other chants which surely garnered attention from the crowd.
Joey Nations having a dialogue with another patriot.
Another patriot expressing his second amendment rights by holding up a sign that says, “Making good people helpless won’t make bad people harmless.”
Two women advocating for people to “live free [and] stay armed!”
A disabled man is also advocating for his rights to have a gun.
Jeff Jones, 63, expresses his rights to open carry with an AR-15 and a pistol at the Defend the Second Amendment rally.
Josh Underwood, CEO of Radio Weapons spoke at the Rally.
A sign from the rally that spreads controversy over Bloomberg’s $250,000 bribe.
Rep. Billy Post, R-Keizer, speaks during the Defend the Second Amendment rally.
Scott Davidson was with the lady who started to get up and dance to the band.
Two others followed through and decided to get up and dance.
All four dances in a group to end their fun.
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