By Dan Zimmerman via TTAG
The situation in Kentucky during a gun rights rally there turned out pretty much the same way it did in Virginia, only on a smaller scale. Peacefully and with zero incidents.
The difference: no bogus state of emergency was declared by Kentucky’s governor and no last-minute ban on carrying firearms inside the capitol was enacted by the legislature.
“Walking into the state capitol completely blew my mind,” the gun-toting protester said. “Being able to walk in completely armed, with guns — I mean, I’m completely armed. And they trust us. I’m not a Kentucky resident. I’m from Virginia. A complete stranger. I walked in, [and security acted like], ‘Cool, come on in. Enjoy the capitol.’”
Oh and Beto O’Rourke — remember him? — still thinks he’s somehow relevant. Bless his heart.