Fox's The Ingraham Angle
November 17, 2023
7:33 p.m. Eastern
VINCE RICCI, LOS ANGELES RESIDENT: But it's not even a CCW matter because I was on my own property. I was walking into the driveway and entryway of my house, so this petty attempt for them to strip me of my ability to carry outside of my house for something that happened on my property, it's just unexplainable.
LAURA INGRAHAM: I see what you're saying. D.C. has really strict concealed carry rules. You have to register one gun at a time. So is the gun you used registered as a concealed carry?
RICCI: Yes, the gun -- a Glock 26 -- is registered as my one concealed carry -- which, at the time, like I said, I never really thought I was going to have to use it. And I went about it the right way -- I acquired it the right way. They granted me the right to carry. Now, they're stripping me with the men at large that were looking for me and not giving me a way to defend myself. And I hope Sheriff (Robert) Luna is listening.
INGRAHAM: Well, Colion, what's the reason? What's the reason?
COLION NOIR, GUN RIGHTS ACTIVIST: I mean, I think it's pretty blatant what the reason is. California has had a notorious reputation for being anti-gun and anti-anybody being able to carry a firearm unless you're part of the government somehow. So this aspect of him stripping him of his ability to carry a firearm, especially when you're talking about a situation that happened on his property, it just reeks of their hatred for citizens -- law-abiding citizens for that matter -- being able to carry firearms to protect themselves.