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· Grand Imperial Poobah
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West Milford, New Jersey, is now a “Township Sanctuary” for Second Amendment rights. reports that the township adopted a resolution stating it “opposes further interference with, or abridging of, the rights of lawful gun owners.”

The resolution makes West Milford a “Second Amendment/lawful gun owner sanctuary township.”

West Milford’s action comes after well over 60 counties and cities in Virginia have adopted Second Amendment Sanctuary status over the past few weeks. Rockingham County recently adopted sanctuary status with more than 3,000 residents in attendance at the county’s board of supervisors meeting.

On December 12, 2019, Breitbart News reported that Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) vowed “consequences” for counties that refuse to enforce gun control.

Rep. Donald McEachin (D-VA) suggested Northam could use the National Guard to compel counties to follow gun control laws.

· Registered
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"Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) vowed “consequences” for counties that refuse to enforce gun control".

Kalifornia Governor Gray Davis was "recalled" via petition and election for his perceived mishandling of Kalifornia's energy and other issues in 2003. I know, I signed the recall petition. I wanted Tom McClintock as replacement governor. Instead we got the Austrian Socialist Ahnuld Schwartzenpig, RINO-coward extraordinaire!

Recall petition? I'm just sayin' .............. and just in case, don't pick a DEMOCRAT replacement candidate.

· Keep calm & return fire!
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Interesting.... West Milford is in Passaic County (which is extremely blue) but its on the border of Sussex County which is extremely red. I'm guessing that red bleeds over.
I will say, that corner of the state (NW) is beautiful.

Would like to see more NJ counties do the same and say enough of this ridiculousness. Wont happen in my blue county unfortunately.
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