Dozens Attend Anti-Gun Violence Vigil Or Something

Anti-2nd Amendment liberals, er, anti-gun violence activists, had a big vigil Thursday. Did you even know about this?

(WTVD) As part of a national day of remembrance for gun violence victims across America, several nonprofit groups held a vigil Thursday evening at Davie Street Presbyterian Church in Raleigh. Their goal was to specifically recall the tragic mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012.

North Carolinians Against Gun Violence coordinated the evening’s vigil with the assistance of MomsRising, NC AIDS Action Network, NC Council of Churches, Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham, NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence, NC Justice Center, Parents of Murdered Children, and others.

“We do believe gun violence affects all of us. And where do we go from here?” asked the Rev. Byron Wade, pastor of Davie Street Presbyterian.

Where they want to go is gun confiscation and abridging 2nd Amendment Rights for those who are law abiding owners. Rarely do they talk about or propose going hard after those who illegally use guns.

Anyhow, how’d it work out in Raleigh, a city of over 472 thousand people, with hundreds of thousands more in the surrounding cities?

Attendance for the nearly 45-minute long vigil was in the dozens; and the thread was evident.

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2 Responses to “Dozens Attend Anti-Gun Violence Vigil Or Something”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Where they want to go is gun confiscation and abridging 2nd Amendment Rights

    Why didn’t Obama try to confiscate all our guns???

    Because gun confiscation is just another paranoid delusion of the unhinged right?

  2. drowningpuppies says:


    Why didn’t Obama try to confiscate all our guns???

    Might try to Google that one, little guy.
    I’m too paranoid to do it for you.

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