Only Person αrrєѕтed at Virginia Gun Rights Rally Was a Mask-Wearing LGBT Activist
January 21, 2020 in News by RBN StaffSave
Source: Big League Politics
The Left caused the threat at the rally.
By Shane Trejo
While today’s gun rights rally at the Virginia Capitol was an incredibly peaceful event, there was one masked suspect who was αrrєѕтed by police
, and it turned out to be a far-left LGBT activist.
The Virginia Capitol announced on Monday that 21-year-old Mikaela E. Beschler was αrrєѕтed at approximately 1:30pm at the 800 block of East Broad Street after being repeatedly warned not to use her bandanna as a mask. She has been charged with one felony count of wearing a mask in public as a result.
Beschler’s Facebook profile
is evidence of her far left politics with multiple posts promoting the LGBT agenda. She has made posts blasting President Tɾυmρ and Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh as well. She was released shortly after her detention.Latest: Hillary Clinton Criticizes Bernie Sanders for ‘Pattern’ of Sexism, Compares His ‘Degrading Behavior’ to Tɾυmρ
While this infiltrator may have been αrrєѕтed, the lawful gun owners who showed up to stand for their 2nd Amendment rights were incredibly civil, and made Governor Blackface Northam look absurd for his unconstitutional emergency declaration last week.
Big League Politics reported
on how the rally was an incredible success for the gun rights proponents:
Thousands of Second Amendment activists peacefully rallied at the Virginia Capitol on Monday, January 20, 2020. The rally had a strong police presence.
The focus of the rally was to protest plans by the state’s Democrat-controlled government to pass a litany of gun control legislation.
Although there were fears that the state could experience violence reminiscent to Charlottesville in 2007, the rally finished peacefully around noon, with attendees spilling into the streets, chanting and waving signs.
According to a spokesman for the Capitol police, there were no reports of αrrєѕтs or injuries as of 11 a.m.
The Richmond protesters came out to send a strong message to legislators.
“The government doesn’t run us, we run the government,” said Kem Regik, a 20-year-old private security officer from northern Virginia who was at the rally peacefully protesting.
President Donald Tɾυmρ tweeted in support of the protestors’ goals.
“The Democrat Party in the Great Commonwealth of Virginia are working hard to take away your 2nd Amendment rights,” he tweeted. “This is just the beginning. Don’t let it happen, VOTE REPUBLICAN in 2020!
Virginia gun owners have a lot of momentum now against the war that is being initiated against the gun rights by their state’s Democrats. Expect even more cities and counties to become 2nd Amendment sanctuaries, new sheriffs deputizing citizens to prevent tyranny, and more lawful constitutional militias to spring up in the upcoming weeks.