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posted ago by PatriotDefense

Has anyone seen a good discussion of the argument for citizens of other states going, or not going, to Richmond? On one level, this is a state government attacking its people. On another, we all know this is a test on a national issue. Looking for a debate on the topic.

Has anyone seen a good discussion of the argument for citizens of other states going, or not going, to Richmond? On one level, this is a state government attacking its people. On another, we all know this is a test on a national issue. Looking for a debate on the topic.
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Marksmenright 5 points ago (edited)

You could literally get 5 people, spread them out to various gun ranges, and hand out flyers to get something off the ground. Just imagine every week there were 2-3 loud protests of at least 40 people each at a variety of locations.

That would just be the beginning.

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KoboldAdvocate 4 points ago

Frequent smaller protests are much easier to keep in the public eye, and they are much safer and harder to false-flag/corrupt.

These massive ones can turn bad fast and the media has an easier time making it look "bad" for the right.

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Belleoffreedom 2 points ago

There could also be large numbers of smaller protests in different locations on the same day. Because the problem is the rogue legislature, the local offices of the politicians could work.

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bigdeer67 2 points ago

Spontaneity is the winning ticket