How intrepid WWII veterans and the Second Amendment stopped vote fraud in 1946

by 1389 on March 13, 2012

in 1389 (blog admin), American South, DOJ, election fraud, Gun rights / Second Amendment, history, U.S. law

Says trikeman01:

I never heard about this. It is true. It is very saddening that such circumstances existed and forced the hand of good men.

Our Founding Fathers had the wisdom to put the 2nd Amendment in the Constitution simply because they realized that, some day, American Citizens would need to protect themselves from a corrupt, tyrannical government.

The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law

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The Battle of Athens was an armed rebellion led by WWII veterans and citizens in Athens and Etowah, Tennessee, United States, against the tyrannical local government in August 1946.

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1 grego March 23, 2012 at 8:34 pm

I just love this story. But, it is hard to believe that a bunch of old Tennessee boys didn’t have guns of their own…….

2 1389 March 23, 2012 at 10:25 pm

No doubt they had some, but the guns they had at home would have been more suitable for putting meat on the table than for doing battle. In addition, there would have been sufficient ammo at the armory to use with the weapons that were kept there.

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