At a City Council meeting considering the proposal to deny the Greensboro Gun & Knife Show use of the Greensboro Coliseum in a misguided attempt to push gun control after a mass murder in Florida, one man made a passionate defense of the Second Amendment that quickly went viral.
Mark Robinson, a local resident incensed at the recent push to strip away the god given right to protection, let the Greensboro City Council know, in no uncertain terms, just how foolish the Left’s anti-gun narrative was. And how he wasn’t going to stand by and watch it happen.
Robinson’s video went viral, and he was invited on Fox & Friends to talked about his speech and the overwhelming response it received.
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