President Trump’s NRA Speech: ‘Assault On Gun Rights is Over…’

After eight long years of fighting to keep our Second Amendment rights, our work has finally been rewarded.

Under Obama, we were under constant threat of more and more gun control. You had to pretty much get on your hands and knees and beg for just one box of ammo.

After President Trump’s speech last night, though, it all seems to be a thing of the past.

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On the eve of his 100th day in office, President Trump rallied a convention of the National Rifle Association by vowing to “never, ever infringe” on Second Amendment rights and declaring his predecessor’s alleged “assault” on those freedoms is over.

“I am here to deliver you good news: the eight-year assault on your Second Amendment freedoms has come to a crashing end,” Trump told the cheering crowd.

Trump is the first sitting president to address an NRA convention in more than three decades. The last president to do so was Ronald Reagan in 1983.

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Trump also talked about the border wall and vowed to root out radical Islamic terrorists.

Protests against the President’s speech were held in downtown Atlanta. Signs declaring their love of background checks were carried and a “die-in” was held.

That’s where they lay down to symbolize victims of gun violence. Then they marched to Georgia World Congress Center, the site of the NRA conference.

We all know gun control only helps criminals out. They are the ones who won’t follow the gun laws. So when the time comes, good guys are defenseless and bad guys have all the ammo. That’s what Obama was doing to this country.

It’s about time we had a president who understands that allowing good, law abiding citizens to carry can save lives.



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