A Columbus, Ohio gun control rally, meant to gin up support for increased background checks, quickly turned into a National Rifle Association event.
“It certainly answers the question, what exactly happens when you throw a political rally and no one shows up, except for your opposition,” noted Central Ohio’s 10TV’s Jim Heath.
The pro-Second Amendment crowd vastly outnumbered the gun control advocates, and carried such signs as, “Guns save lives” and “Back off, Bloomberg.”
Earlier this year, that state’s junior senator, Rob Portman, a Republican, voted against increased background checks for gun buyers.
Watch the report, courtesy of 10TV News.
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