On February 17th the Coos County Commission addressed the Second Amendment Preservation issue. Concerned Coos County residents packed the meeting room, many (save one) speaking in support of it, including Sheriff Zanni.
After the vote, the audience erupted in disbelief, anger and absolute disappointment in Commissioners Sweet and Cribbins' outright refusal to protect any of our Bill of Rights.
It's obvious to many that these two are illiterate of the Constitution and of their duties as elected officials. They do not understand or agree that their primary duty is to protect the rights of their citizens.
Instead, they make despotic backroom deals with special interest groups to secure their own futures and inappropriately vote on things they're personally involved in.
As for myself, I've had enough of them running our county and Constitution into the ground. These two inept federal sycophants are a serious threat to our very liberty because they simply will not act to protect it!
The Committee to Preserve the Second Amendment will be meeting to discuss placing the Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance on a county initiative for the people to decide.
The meeting is open to the public and will be at the Bandon library located at 1204 -11th St. SW on Saturday March 14th at 11:00 AM. 2A supporters are strongly encouraged to attend.
For those who missed the treachery, you can watch it here.
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