Dozens of members of The Elmer ‘Geronimo’ Pratt Pistol & Rifle Gun Club marched in Austin, Texas on Sunday chanting anti-immigrant slogans and demanding reparations.
The black activists chanted, “Take your a$$ home!” and “Guns up, Shoot back!”
The gun club members want Joe Biden to close the border.
Democrats are going to have a problem with that one.
Here are a few videos from the rally this weekend.
Black gun rights groups hold Second Amendment unity march in Austin, Texas https://t.co/yCX4QjLC9T
— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) September 24, 2022
AUSTIN, Texas – On Sunday, a group of armed Black gun rights activists marched through the streets of Austin, Texas, with chants of “No more hands up, don’t shoot. Hands up shoot back” and demanding operations. #Austin #EGPGinClub #Killeen #MarvinGuyhttps://t.co/8T2A6LTWfl pic.twitter.com/M1gZ9MqHeY
— Citizen Stringer (@CitizenStringer) September 26, 2022
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) September 26, 2022
Left gonna have trouble with this one
‘Take your a** home!’
Heavily-armed black rights groups march through Austin chanting anti-immigrant slogans, demands Biden ‘close the border’https://t.co/MfDkqVcpuI
— Jack Posobiec XLV (@JackPosobiec) September 26, 2022
Daily Mail reported:
Armed activists with a coalition of black self-defense groups marched in Austin, Texas over the weekend calling for an end to illegal immigration and demanding that President Biden close the borders.
Some of the activists chanted ‘close the borders’ and ‘take your a** home’ as they marched toward the Texas Capitol in the ‘Second Amendment Unity Walk’ on Saturday.
The march was led by The Elmer ‘Geronimo’ Pratt Pistol & Rifle Gun Club. Their demands also included reparations for descendants of enslaved people and a hate crime bill protecting Black Americans.
The group faced opposition from a handful of Trump supporters and other protesters gathered at the Texas State Capitol to support January 6 defendants.
Video and photos of the third annual ‘Second Amendment Unity Walk’ show marches armed with guns as they walked through the streets of Austin toward the Texas State Capitol.
Other than The Elmer ‘Geronimo’ Pratt Pistol & Rifle Gun Club, several other groups were involved including the Black Riders Liberation Party.