Virginia officials on edge as pro-gun caravans prepare to converge on Richmond Monday

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RICHMOND, Va. – The pro-gun signs and flags had all been snapped up from the racks inside Green Top Hunting & Fishing on Friday afternoon. Around Virginia, buses were being plastered with banners and ham radio operators were gearing up to coordinate a potentially massive gun-rights caravan to the state Capitol on Monday.

With the FBI warning of the potential for right-wing attacks in capitals around the country this weekend following the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, officials are watching anxiously as armed demonstrators prepare to converge on Richmond.

“There is a lot of [online] chatter about Saturday and Sunday, but we’re primarily focused on Monday,” Virginia public safety secretary Brian Moran said Friday evening after briefing staffers from the General Assembly. “In terms of credible threats – we’re monitoring it.”

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4 thoughts on “Virginia officials on edge as pro-gun caravans prepare to converge on Richmond Monday

  1. They are setting the stage for their next show.
    It will be a blockbuster by the looks of it.
    A virtual/no audience inauguration being protected by 20,000 National Guard personnel. What is that all about?
    I wonder what the oddsmakers in Las Vegas have going on this situation?
    I smell a huge false flag in the making!!

  2. Look at the bright side. The criminals have evolved past the notion that a series of singular staged events like school or mall shootings will convince the dumbed down masses that guns are a bad idea. We should all look to the government for our security against this much bigger boogieman.

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