Not all heroes wear capes.
While pro-gun control activists where hosting a “die-in” in front of the U.S. Capitol building and Senate Republican offices, other activists held local “die-ins” to demand strict gun control legislation be passed and signed into law.
At some locations, there were pro-Second Amendment supporters hosting counter-rallies.
During the rally in Nashville, members of Freedom Rights decided to place pocket Constitutions on the people who lay down.
“We just wanted to make sure they had copies of the Constitution,” Cerise Bowes, vice president of the group,“ told Tennessean. ”Though they have every right to say what they feel, we don’t necessarily agree with them and we want our Constitution to stay intact."
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