After declaring a state of emergency, walling off the Capitol building to those exercising their Second Amendment rights, branding gun owners and 2A demonstrators as racists, and threatening to take away citizens’ firearms while walking around with his own armed security team, Virginia Gov. Ralph “Blackface” Northam is now…
…taking credit for Monday’s entirely peaceful rally.
A rally that was entirely peaceful because nearly everyone was carrying. And because, well, law-abiding gun owners aren’t whining Antifa crybabies who have to bike-lock people upside the head to feel tough.
Following the event that he had absolutely nothing to do with, and did not de-escalate in the slightest given that there was nothing to de-escalate, Northam tweeted:
“We are all thankful that today passed without incident. The teams successfully de-escalated what could have been a volatile situation.”
“I will continue to listen to the voices of Virginians, and will do everything in my power to keep our Commonwealth safe,” he added.
We are all thankful that today passed without incident. The teams successfully de-escalated what could have been a volatile situation. I will continue to listen to the voices of Virginians, and will do everything in my power to keep our Commonwealth safe. https://t.co/xrHxhOczvv— Ralph Northam (@GovernorVA) January 20, 2020
And he promptly got ratio’d into oblivion.
You didn't de-escalate crap. Unlike your ilk, these were responsible gun-owners exercising their right to peacefully protest your attempts to infringe their 2nd Amendment rights.— Jessica Fletcher (@heckyessica) January 20, 2020
You should be impeached for declaring a false state of emergency— Jack Posobiec🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 20, 2020
Oh... we're still pretending that the 2nd amendment rally was violent???— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) January 20, 2020
Are you also still pretending you weren't in that picture wearing either blackface/kkk robe?
You're bad at pretending.
Reports estimate more than 22,000 people showed up to march on the state capitol in Richmond in support of their constitutional right to keep and bear arms, which the newly Democratic-controlled state legislature has threatened with a bevy of anti-gun bills they’ve promised to introduce and pass during the next legislative session.
Despite the massive crowd and thousands of people carrying firearms, there was not a single report of racist language, violence, threats, or intimidation from any protester – much to the dismay of the liberal media, who had spent the previous few days fearmongering over the alleged “white supremacists” attending the event.
Unlike the Women’s March, environmental protests and Antifa riots, Second Amendment advocates even took the time to pick up their trash – including fallen stickers stuck to the sidewalk – after the event.
But sure, Northam. Totally because of you. Now go back to hiding under your sheet.
I mean, sheets.