Over 3,000 rallied for gun rights at the Connecticut State Capitol on Saturday, CBS Hartford said.
The rally was organized by the The Connecticut Citizens Defense League to mark the one-year anniversary of “the signing of one of the most unconstitutional gun laws in the nation,” Twitchy said.
Twitchy also posted pictures taken by people who were at the event:
This should sound familiar:
The group that organized this says it is currently spearheading a federal lawsuit against the state’s unconstitutional gun laws, and is asking for donations. More info on that can be seen here.
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