With the barrage of anti-gun legislation by Democrats in Hawaii this year, we need to stand up for our rights more than ever. Governor Ige signed in to law two anti-gun bills in 2019, and the consequences are dire.
Our rally is for December 14th 2019 at 2pm and will go until 5pm.
We already have a no-carry state, in that the state/officials can issue a permit to carry a weapon, but unless you are security or law enforcement, they do not issue. This became obvious when recently George Young (A Vietnam veteran) of Hawaii brought a case to the Supreme court about being denied a permit to carry a gun in Hawaii. His case was rejected twice before it was finally heard in 2019. This is good news for Hawaii, but the process still lingers on.
This is George Young’s story regarding his battle with the state to be able to exercise his 2nd Amendment rights.
-(Ammoland.com)- On July 9th, Governor David Ige signed the final remaining anti-gun bill awaiting his consideration, Senate Bill 600. This comes on the heels of him signing Senate Bill 1466 on June 27th 2019.
Senate Bill 600, introduced by Senator Clarence Nishihara (D-17), will raise the minimum age to transport a firearm into the state to the age of 21. By raising the age for firearm importation, persons who have lawfully acquired firearms outside of Hawaii who are traveling to the state for purposes of hunting, target competition, or even relocating will be discriminated against based on their age and denied their constitutional rights.
Senate Bill 1466, introduced by Senator Karl Rhoads (D-29), will create Gun Violence Protective Orders (GVPO). A GVPO will be issued not because a person has been convicted of a crime or adjudicated mentally ill, but instead on third party allegations. This legislation lacks strong due process protections and contains low evidentiary standards that fall well below the norm for removing fundamental constitutional rights.
Second Amendment Rally at Hawaii State Capitol December 19th 2019
The rally starts at 2pm, and lasts until 5pm.
The following flyers can be shared on social media
Find more information at Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2448503392086480/
12/09/2019 The rally for December 14th is still available, however i will not be attending. I am dealing with an injury and I will not be able to attend.
However there is another rally on January 30th 2020 at the Hawaii State Capital that I hope to attending.
More details about that rally here
For those that attended the last rally in February, please help volunteer to help run our next Rally on January 30th.
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