More than 500 sign up for Bedford Militia at Saturday’s muster call

A militia muster call in Bedford County on Saturday afternoon drew hundreds of local residents willing to take a stand to protect their community and their Second Amendment rights.

On Saturday, Feb. 15, more than 500 people showed up to the militia muster call in Bedford County to volunteer their energy and their skills to the cause. As advertised in the flyer for the muster call — which was posted on Facebook on Jan. 30 — registration for the militia was open to all able-bodied residents between the ages of 16 and 55.

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4 Responses to More than 500 sign up for Bedford Militia at Saturday’s muster call

  1. And so it begins. Sporty times are coming.

    • oldtimer505 says:

      I think you are correct. The bill was just tabled and not really killed. This is simply a slight of hand to see if people will roll over. All I can say to the good folks in VA is , keep a close eye and don’t cave in to these thugs. Semper FI!

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  3. Alfred Barnes says:

    With a different outcome this time, if you take a look at what happened in the Miners Rebellion. There’s a good documentary called “Blood on the Mountain”, that lays out how state troopers busted picket lines, backed up by federal troops.

    Molon Labe.
    WWG1WGA.

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