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Chatterday | Saturday, August 19

Chatterday | Saturday, August 19

“NRA and Dana Loesch are quickly becoming domestic security threats under President Trump.” — Anti-gun U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice, D-N.Y., tweeting hate speech about the 5 million law-abiding citizens that make up the National Rifle Association.

“As the steward of our public lands, one of my top priorities is to open up access wherever possible for hunting and fishing so that more families have the opportunity to pass down the heritage.” — New Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke on plans to expand hunting opportunities on 10 federal refuges.

“It’s way more prevalent than people realize. Sixty-three out of 88 counties in Ohio have a district with a response team.” — Mad River (Ohio) Schools Superintendent Chad Wyen on Ohio schools training armed teachers and staff to protect students.

“It’s grasping at straws to vilify responsible shooters who just want to protect their hearing.” — Jeremy Mallette, social media director for Silencer Shop in Austin, on a fake VPC study about firearm suppressors.

“You may or may not agree with the Second Amendment, but it is not up to Uber to unilaterally decide drivers’ constitutional rights or their rights under this law.” —  Elizabeth Beck, attorney for Uber driver Jose Mejia, who is suing the ride-sharing company for not letting him have a gun in the car with him.

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