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‘Sanctuary county’ declared for Illinois gun owners; citizens ‘tired of being pushed around’

Washington Times

An overwhelming majority of board members in Effingham County, Illinois, decided to “flip the script” this week and declare itself a “sanctuary” for gun owners.

Effingham County State’s Attorney Bryan Kibler and board member David Campbell called a barrage of gun-control bills working their way through the Illinois House and Senate a clear signal that it’s time to “take a stand.”  

The men joined “Fox & Friends First” on Thursday to discuss a new Second Amendment resolution that passed along an 8-1 vote.

We “decided it’s time for someone to take a hard stand,” Mr. Campbell told the network.

The resolution reads: “If the Government of the State of Illinois shall infringe upon the inalienable rights granted by the Second Amendment, Effingham County shall become a ‘sanctuary county’ for all firearms.”

Read the rest here: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/apr/19/sanctuary-county-declared-for-illinois-gun-owners-/

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16 Responses to ‘Sanctuary county’ declared for Illinois gun owners; citizens ‘tired of being pushed around’

  1. Peter says:

    Back to militias? The founding fathers were very wise indeed. There were no police in the United States until the Christmas riots in NYC in 1828… before were only Sherriffs and deputies because most people were well….good. Keeping government local and small and in check. Neighbors watching out for each other.

  2. JoeSTP says:

    Wow, what a game!!!

  3. flee says:

    F ‘ngham county…
    Flips off sanctuary city status.
    Tired of being pushed around.

  4. Enemy of the State says:

    Effingham County says Eff the bullshit

  5. mary in ND says:

    at the end of the article: ‘Mr. Kibler said that Effingham’s move, while “mostly symbolic,” was drafted to articulate the high level of discontent among its population’

    it’s the second article not amendment…….

  6. Freeillinois says:

    Most downstate counties cant stand the crap coming out of Chicago.
    Please understand I realize that Conceal Carry laws are not needed and are an infringement but We got Conceal Carry in Illinois because 80 plus Illinois county boards passed resolutions demanding Conceal Carry. The Effingham efforts is to send a message to Springfield we have had a enough of Chicago’s BS
    There is an attempt in the General Assembly to overturn the States preemption law in the state allowing State wide conceal carry. The Deerfield city ordnance is an attempt to force the issue in the Courts to change Illinois law and place further infringements on our 2A rights

  7. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    “If the Government of the State of Illinois shall infringe upon the inalienable rights granted by the Second Amendment,…”

    Like Henry says, these retards can’t get ANYTHING right.

    It’s UNALIENABLE rights, and they’re granted by the Creator, not some damn so-called ‘government’.

    mary already covered the amendment issue.

    • Jolly Roger says:

      “….It’s UNALIENABLE rights…..”

      You’re absolutely right, Hatr…. but you won’t find “unalienable” in the dictionary, so to people who look it up, it sounds like an error, or an antiquated form of “inalienable”.

      • # 1 NWO Hatr says:

        The dictionary is in constant flux mode, JR.

        Words are infinitely malleable these days, don’cha know.

      • # 1 NWO Hatr says:

        Also known as NATURAL rights. Can’t be granted, can’t be removed.

        Something the stupid gun-grabbing sheeple FAIL to comprehend.

  8. Jolly Roger says:

    “If the Government of the State of Illinois shall infringe upon the inalienable rights granted by the Second Amendment, Effingham County shall become a ‘sanctuary county’ for all firearms.”

    Why limit your resistance to the State of Illinois? Take a stand against the feds, too.

  9. Angel-NYC says:

    For HD at 6:35 am:

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