“March for Our Rights” Rallies for Freedom and the Second Amendment in Washington

posted on May 7, 2019

A crowd gathered at the Olympia, Washington Capitol Campus April 28 to show support for the Second Amendment. Those gathered displayed their patriotism and belief with signs and flags. Many attendees open-carried their firearms during the rally as an exercise of those hard-won rights.

Lawmakers, including Rep. Matt Shea, R-Spokane Valley and Rep. Robert Sutherland, R-Granite Falls, spoke to the crowd about working toward unity and continued protection of our rights.


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