Local government leaders across the country continue apace, passing Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions that address the concerns of their constituents worried that gun rights might be infringed by newly elected Democrats.
To date, most have focused their attention on the steady stream of news coming out of Virginia, flamed in part by the overreaching rhetoric of emboldened liberal leaders in the northern part of the state.
However, the movement is beginning to pick up steam in other states with newly elected Democrat leaders, including Kentucky, and now, North Carolina as well.
The speed with which local governments are responding to their citizens' concerns, passing resolutions and proclamations that support Second Amendment rights, is truly impressive.
Read some of the North Carolina updates from JUST THE LAST WEEK below.
This past week in North Carolina, Lincoln, Surry, and Wilkes counties became Second Amendment sanctuaries.— NCGV (@NCGV) January 10, 2020
These are dangerous resolutions that say that the locality will not comply with state gun laws. https://t.co/jFXl6NnnN2
My latest for @CourierNewsroom👇— Keya Vakil (@keyavakil) January 9, 2020
“It wouldn’t bother me if everybody carried a gun like they did back in the Wild West days,” said Carrol Mitchem, chairman of the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners.https://t.co/xHx4igW4ED
In a unanimous vote on Friday, Rowan became the latest North Carolina county to pass a measure referred to as a “Second Amendment sanctuary” resolution.https://t.co/AgChyeWOiL— Salisbury Post (@salisburypost) January 10, 2020
Iredell County, NC is now a 2A sanctuary county. Thank you Sheriff Campbell. pic.twitter.com/MNyAOjqr37— Matt Walton (@Matthew54748450) January 9, 2020
Rowan County Makes The 6th NC Sanctuary County https://t.co/EpWDgfAO3R— John Richardson (@jpr9954) January 11, 2020
A proposed resolution, set to be discussed later this month, could make Rutherford County a 'Second Amendment Sanctuary.'https://t.co/nuha335mmw— NewsChannel 5 (@NC5) January 10, 2020