|The crowd was fairly big but not as large as in|
January or February at previous rallies.
|Could be a modern day Captain America.|
|Officer Joe Friendly? Very few guns were|
evident at this pro RKBA rally. LIF, the group
I went with, prohibited guns on the bus.
|Albany Radio Host, Melody Burns, a great speaker|
for the RKBA and for the liberty to exercise it.
|NYS Said it Expected Only 200 Folks to Attend This Rally|
And Kept Us Off of The Grass With a Corral. They Also Failed
To Supply Porta-Potties Which They Did Have At Prior Rallies.
| Steven McLaughlin, pro RKBA NY State Assemblyman, |
another excellent speaker on our behalf.
|Richard Mack, another great speaker|
and former sheriff of Graham County, AZ
|Former Westchester County District Attorney and judge,|
Judge Jeanine Pirro. You know her but did you know she is
a strong advocate for the RKBA!
|She was pissed at Cuomo and the NYS Legislature.|
|I think she figured the sentiment in the|
next photo was exactly the right one.
|This sign got me to thinking.|
|I signed about 100 of these post cards. They were handed out by|
a pro-RKBA group from a table set up at the rear of the assembly.
|This rally was a bit more commercialized than the previous|
two NY SAFE Act protests. Lots of shirts and stickers for
sale and there were 4 or 5 food trucks street-side.
|I think that state workers were, for the most part,|
afraid to come to the windows to watch the protest.
Mind you - not afraid of us but afraid of being
fired by his majesty Der Fuhrer Cuomo.
|Most of the Faithful Few, of the 8,000 strong membership, of |
LIF who went on the bus trip to protest the NY SAFE Act.
This photo was taken by the trip organizer. Photo source:
|This is Roman, he was our bus captain and the guy|
who organized the trip for Long Island Firearms
members to protest in Albany. He did a great job!
All the best,