Black Gun-Rights Supporter: The Second Amendment is a Civil Rights Issue

The black gun owner in this video had something to say about the Second Amendment and the state’s blackface governor.

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  1. I am a nasty old man and I remember that great man Fredrick Douglas (Born: February 14, 1818, Cordova, Maryland, U.S. Died: February 20, 1895, Washington, D.C., U.S.) once observed that “a man’s rights rest in three boxes the ballot box, the jury box and the cartridge box.” The saddest thing that I have seen is that the National Rifle Association has forgotten its roots as the first civil rights organization its founders were all Union veterans of the civil war and its mission was to teach freed slave to teach freed slaves to defend themselves from the depredations of the KuKlluxKlan. Over the years blacks have been through their tragic experience the strongest supporters of the Second Amendment.