Richmond Second Amendment March Gets Huge Turnout

Chris Menahan
Jan. 20, 2020

Thousands of Second Amendment supporters packed the streets on Monday morning ahead of a planned rally at the Capitol grounds in Richmond, Virginia.

The Gateway Pundit reports a law enforcement source told them some 25,000 people were in attendance.



UPDATE IV: Second Trump endorsement:

UPDATE III:: President Trump just retweeted this video:

UPDATE II: President Trump just threw his support behind the rallygoers:

As did Kentucky Rep Thomas Massie:

That's pretty major.

WATCH LIVE (streams are lagging like crazy, possibly due to the cell phone networks being clogged as a result of the huge attendance):

Here's the list of live streams on YouTube. Breitbart's Facebook live stream is working as is Luke Rudkowski's.

Watching the Breitbart live-stream, there seems to be a lot of provocateuring and a lot of concerns about provocateuring.

UPDATE: Here's video:

There's no question in my mind that the feds want this to be a second Charlottesville.

Several radicals with an Atomwaffen-linked group called "The Base," which was infiltrated by federal agents/provocateurs, were arrested ahead of the event and talked of "firing shots from different locations in hopes of creating chaos" at the event.

The Milwaukee Sentinel Journal reported Friday that a federal informant who was part of the group took part in a goat sacrifice and "directed the group to vandalize minority-owned properties":
As part of the larger investigation, an undercover FBI agent got access to the members-only chat room and later participated in the group's meeting in Silver Creek, Georgia.

[The Base member Yousef Omar Barasneh] was seen going to and from that meeting, which included a goat sacrifice and training on firearms, grappling and basic medical training. Investigators got records from his hotel in Georgia and confirmed the SUV he was seen driving was his, even monitoring him in Wisconsin last week.

Barasneh was charged with one count of conspiring to violate citizens’ rights to use property free from threats and intimidation. If convicted, Barasneh faces a possible maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

His arrest was among at least six others in the U.S. Thursday and Friday of men authorities believe were advancing The Base's goal of accelerating the collapse of the federal government, inciting a race war and establishing a white ethnostate, according to one agent's affidavit.

In Maryland, authorities on Thursday arrested three men. ages 33, 27 and 19, living in Maryland and Delaware who were also purportedly members of the group. They were charged with weapons violations and with transporting and harboring an alien, as one of the men entered the U.S. from Canada illegally last summer.

[...] According to court records:

One of the group’s ringleaders became an informant and gave investigators details over the past several months. The documents in Barasneh’s case do not name the person but note he has been federally charged in another state for his role.

The man admitted he directed the group to vandalize minority-owned properties, calling it “Operation Kristallnacht,” a reference to Nazi Germany and the night Jewish homes, hospitals and other properties were ransacked and destroyed.

The man told investigators he said: “If there’s a window that wants to be broken, don’t be shy.”
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