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    Movement underway to start recall proceedings against Senator Saslaw of Virginia.

    Movement underway to start recall proceedings against Senator Saslaw of Virginia.

    https://www.facebook.com/virginialaw...5197657465813/

    I apologize for the political content. If the post cannot stand, I understand. However, again this directly affects Virginia, where the N-SSA is incorporated and where the home range is, and where many members reside.

    Also I'm sorry for the facebook video link - it is all I have.

    There is a petition starting to initiate a recall against Senator Saslaw of Virginia. The Libertarian Party of Virginia is bankrolling this.

    They need 7000 signatures to start the process. You must be a resident of their district to participate, under penalty of perjury.

    This is the guy who is heading up this effort:

    www.virginialawoffice.com

    Steve

    Update:
    https://www.facebook.com/virginialawoffice/videos/607691306706454/

    https://lpvirginia.org/donate


    If you do not want your funds to go to the LP itself, but only the recall effort, put "recall effort" in the donation notes field.

    The Libertarian Party feels they need to hire full-time staff to conduct the recall petition in a speedy fashion before congress gets in session on the 20th. According to the video, it will cost about $20K.

    I have donated $25.
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    Would much rather see this work then the governor ?sending in the Nationals Guard? like he said he would to take the outlawed guns. Reckon he forgets jus? who the National Guard is made up of.
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    The guy has a YouTube channel now if you are not on facebook:

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfo...UFP0S1cn2ST6wQ

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderANV View Post
    Would much rather see this work then the governor ?sending in the Nationals Guard? like he said he would to take the outlawed guns. Reckon he forgets jus? who the National Guard is made up of.
    He wouldn't let them carry guns and if he did would not let them have ammo to go with them..

    No way it would turn out good.
    Not seeing them doing it knowing they would be the first ask to turn in their private owned guns.
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