Republican Gov. Phil Scott is on the verge of capitulating to the gun control lobby and changing Vermont’s longstanding tradition of safe gun freedom. But leaders in other states are standing up for America’s constitutional rights and rejecting solutions that punish law abiding citizens and do little to protect kids from active shooters.
Watch Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin defend gun ownership and take on the culture of hate and violence that has grown pervasive in the U.S. in recent decades.
In Virginia, Del. Nick Freitas, a Republican from Culpeper, recently challenged Democrat colleagues on the floor of the House of Delegates to reject gun control and look at the social and cultural reasons that lead to mass killing.
7 thoughts on “Video: Leaders in other states reject gun control, take on culture of violence and hate”
Control the guns, don’t do anything about the root causes’ of these mass shootings. I believe there are many.
I voted for Phil Scott and regretted it almost immediately. This time around I will be voting for Keith Stern.
Same here,Mr. Stern has my vote and another possible bright light for Chittenden Co.,if he is indeed a conservative.
Chittenden County does not appear to be fertile ground for rising stars of the Republican Party. The county’s six senators are Democrats, and and only six of its 40 state representatives are Republicans.
But Alex Farrell is giving it a shot.
Thank you Gov. Bevin for your heartfelt message – God Bless you sir!
Governor Scott should listen to Governor Bevin of Kentucky. He might learn something on being a Governor.
This guy is great. Maybe he’ll run for President.
Republicrat Gov. Phil Scott is on the verge of capitulating to the gun control lobby and capitulating him self rite out of Mr. Governors office.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin , now here’s a Real Governor , something we don’t have in Vermont
A Governor with a Back Bone , he uses common sense on the liberal mindset !!
Like he said roll your eyes all you want ……………….
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