"They won’t take away Second Amendment rights," Bryant said. “We will not go quietly into the night.”
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant on Saturday urged a small group of college students and others to take up arms in defense of the Second Amendment.
“If you think the left isn’t coming for your guns, look at Australia," he said. “The only thing the left is upset about, the only thing they fear is the Second Amendment.”
His remarks came at a college leadership forum during the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday.
Mississippi has traditionally been a strong gun rights state, but last year Bryant signed a bill allowing permitless carry there. Bryant, a former deputy sheriff, also touted his own gun ownership.
“If there’s an active shooter at the capitol, I’m not going to hide behind my desk,” Bryant said. “I’m going to put some led down range on someone.”
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