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“Americans for America” 2nd Amendment Rally in Tallahassee

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 April 07, 2018,  Dylan Wick

"Americans for America" 2nd Amendment rallies are being organized at state capitals nationwide on April 14th by the National Constitutional Coalition of Patriotic Americans. www.theNCCPA.com.

The Florida rally is Saturday April 14th from 2PM to 5PM at the Florida Historic Capitol Museum 400 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32399

A few Article6 members were present at the last “Rally in Tally”. Unfortunately, the turnout at the prior rally was only around 300 patriots, a very sad optic in comparison. Let’s change that.

If at all possible, show up to the April 14th rally. For those who live considerable distance away, details on free bus transportation to the event are covered later in this document. You may also consider carpooling with others. Article6 members, wear your Article6 shirt if possible. Everyone is encouraged to bring as many like-minded individuals as you can.

It is imperative that “we the people” take time out of our busy schedules to show up and be seen in mass. Additionally, just like every other time Article6 shows up for an operation or event, it peaks interest and we generally get new members of “action”. It is important that we as an organization continue to grow with the right kind of people who carry themselves professionally and are willing to “do”.

If you’re planning on going, it is advisable to show your commitment on the Florida event Facebook page. Often when others see the numbers growing it encourages them to commit.

https://www.facebook.com/events/163926130936357/

These nationwide rallies are being held just three weeks after the “March For Our Lives” rallies, which were calling for gun control after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting killed 17 students and staff members.

"It's absolutely true that something needs to be done to protect our children, but infringing on my constitutional rights as a law abiding citizen isn't the answer", Matt Johnson of the National Constitutional Coalition of Patriotic Americans said.

"We're tired of our voices not being heard here locally, and we're taking a stand to let our politicians know that, hey, we support the Second Amendment, and we won't stand for unconstitutional laws being passed", Johnson said.

Bus Transportation:

Shoot Straight, a gun shop with nine locations across Florida, is paying for buses to get people from all over the state to the Americans for American rally in Tallahassee.

To find out more about the free rides to the April 14th Tallahassee 2nd Amendment Rally, contact your closest Shoot Straight. It is imperative that you contact them ASAP so that they know ahead of time that they have enough people interested. Shoot Straight is requiring the name, phone number, and email of each person who plan on riding the bus Shoot Straight will be providing. This info is necessary so Shoot Straight can arrange the number of buses for each store location; departure location ‘may’ be different than the Shoot Straight store location due to parking needs.

  • Fort Myers (239) 939-0357
  • Clearwater (727)546-4447
  • Fort Lauderdale (954) 641-4040
  • Lakeland (863) 937-8021
  • Orlando:
    • Apopka (407) 889-0842
    • Casselberry (407) 834-2242
  • Sarasota (941) 360-2335
  • Tampa (813) 627-8550
  • West Palm Beach (561) 721-7171

We hope to see each and every one of our statewide team mates there. It’s go time folks.

In defense of our Constitutional Republic.

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