Delaware Gun Rights activists allegedly harassed by gun control advocates

Delaware Gun Rights activists allegedly harassed by gun control advocates

Pro-gun advocates march outside Legislative Hall in Dover, DE Delaware Gun Rights activists were allegedly harassed by a group of gun control advocates who almost got an educator fired, and had the home of a local firearm dealer raided by police. Mitch Denham, president of Delaware Gun Rights, said two of his members were harassed by a group of local gun control advocates who almost cost them their livelihoods and more. He said he’s outraged and angry. "There both members of Delaware Gun Rights and they both stood up in Legislative Hall and fought back against the laws that they were trying to pass this year, and now as retaliation they went after these two gentlemans’ livelihood and possibly more," said Denham. "I’m outraged and not surprised. It’s typical of ‘I’m not gonna get my way so I’ll kick and scream’ leftist type stuff and I’m angry about it, I’m not gonna lie. They’re going to go after people because they didn’t win? More Delawareans stood up than you guys, and if it’s truly something Delaware wanted then more of you guys would’ve stood up." Denham said one of his members, a local school teacher, was approached by administration over a post he made on the Facebook page of Delaware Gun Rights. The group who reported the post to the school claimed it was racist, at which time administration ordered the teacher to remove it or face termination. "There’s a teacher at a local school, he was approached by […]

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