Wednesday, April 3, 2013
2nd Amendment Activist Jan Morgan Rallies Armed Protestors In March On Mi. Capitol (4 of 4)
Numbering close to one thousand, heavily armed demonstrators, some in wheelchairs and some in strollers, descended upon the Michigan State Capitol building in Lansing on Wednesday March 20th to draw a line in the sand, telling the Federal government in no uncertain terms that they would oppose any attempts to register or ban any type of currently legal firearm or accessory.
Standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the demonstrators were Republican and Democratic Members of the Michigan House of Representatives and Senators, county sheriffs from around the state of Michigan, and several gun rights organizations.
In this episode of The Truth Is Viral award-winning journalist and Second Amendment activist Jan Morgan rouses the passions of the crowd with her own obvious love of the Constitution and the values upon which the United States was founded.
The rest of the speakers, including a dozen Michigan legislators and author Doug Giles, the publisher of clashdaily.com, are featured in the segments listed below.
Part 1: 2nd Amendment Activist Doug Giles and Michigan Atty Gen. Bill Schuette. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuCvZGCWG_I
Part 2: The Organizers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFTNuyq38Wk
Part 3: The Lawmakers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVK4X2V10bY
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Make sure you write Stephan Marks via snail mail to express your displeasure over WBKB's refusal to cover this demonstration. I have searched high and low for an email address for Mr. Marks, of the Marks Radio Group, but he's a ghost. A call to one of his stations in Montana revealed that "Mr. Marks does not do email." Very strange indeed in this day and age.
Anyway, I can not do this without your help. The FCC describes slanting or distorting the news as a "heinous act," and I for one agree. The Truth Is Viral is the ONLY media outlet in Northeastern Michigan to cover the demonstration, and that's just wrong. When it comes to matters of such import, the people must be informed if they are to tell their legislators how to vote, and to let those legislators know when they aren't happy.
By denying their viewers the opportunity to learn about this demonstration, or even to report on it afterward - even threatening to file charges against me for bringing attention to it - WBKB has done a grave disservice to the people of Northeastern Michigan, and I won't rest until major changes are made.
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