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Police Warn Of Armed Protesters Ahead Of President Obama's Town Hall Meeting

It's an open carry campus, so bring on the fun!
Police Warn Of Armed Protesters Ahead Of President Obama's Town Hall Meeting

The gun nuts at the NRA are too cowardly to actually engage with words, but that won't stop them from swaggering around during protests ahead of tonight's town hall meeting at George Mason University on gun safety.

In an email sent to the student body, university police Chief Thomas Longo said authorities were expecting protests ahead of the event.

“Due to the sensitive nature of the topic, we will likely see protesters on campus — some of whom may be carrying weapons,” Longo said in the email obtained by The Washington Free Beacon.

He reminded students that it is lawful to openly carry firearms in outdoor spaces on campus.

“Please be advised that it is lawful to carry firearms in Virginia, and this includes at public outdoor spaces on our campus,” he said.

“University police are aware of this and will have officers present to ensure that all protesters remain law-abiding and maintain the safety and well-being of Mason’s faculty, students and staff,” he continued.

Longo added that students, faculty and staff are not permitted to carry weapons on campus, and only law enforcement can bring firearms inside of campus buildings.

College Republicans at GMU said they will hold a “peaceful protest to support our Constitutional rights” before the event, according to Townhall.com.

This makes me sick. Our President is going to be on that campus, and even though everyone in the room will have to go through security and Secret Service checks, that doesn't make it any less sickening.

These ammosexuals are so focused on the politics of the thing -- and maximizing benefits to gun manufacturers -- that they cannot bring themselves to show even the smallest care for humanity or other people's rights to feel safe and able to speak freely.

There's nothing quite so cynical as gun nuts open carrying their weapons on a college campus while the President of the United States and other participants are holding a town hall meeting on gun safety.


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