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From the moment that the dust settled in Parkland, Florida back in February, there was no doubt that proponents of the Second Amendment would be in for a fight.

We knew immediately that the liberal left would be pouncing on this opportunity to exploit tragedy and emotion, guilt-tripping the nation into handing over their God-given rights en masse.  They turned to figuratively dancing on the graves of the dead in Florida in order to swiftly mobilize their politically-charged machine.

And then they exploited the children who survived as well, allowing the mainstream media to cover only those young minds who were deemed worthy by the crocodile-tear-crying democrats in the immediate aftermath.

Now, as these young people are continuing their tour of the nation, hoping to peer pressure their fellow progressive millennials into forfeiting their right to bear arms, another group from the common sense side of the argument are playing devil’s advocate at each each and every stop.

From Texas to New York to Utah, students continue to hold rallies and town halls calling for new gun regulations after repeated mass shootings. It is a political movement sparked by the massacre of 17 people at a Florida high school in February.

Now, an owner of a Utah online gun marketplace has taken the company’s military-style armored vehicle on the road, following these students and holding counter-rallies. That includes urging its members to attend a March for Our Lives town hall in Salt Lake County this weekend, which is led by some of the Parkland, Fla., victims.

Bryan Melchior, a co-owner of the Utah Gun Exchange, is now on the Gulf Coast in Florida, staging to attend town halls organized by the Parkland teenagers. So far the pro-gun group at these events has been limited to Melchior and his seven traveling companions, though they urge supporters to attend any event intended to push for new gun restrictions.

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This, my friends, is freedom in the most raw, pure sense of the word.  These young people, who certainly do feel very strongly about this issue, will be countered by another group of Americans who oppose them.  It’s a First Amendment showdown for the Second Amendment.

And, given who #1 gave #2 a big boost earlier this week, it may be time for a little payback.



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