Second Amendment defended by Supervisors in El Dorado and Siskiyou Counties in California


There is a groundswell of support for the Second Amendment across America, yet the media has given it almost no coverage. 

Every Sheriff in every county in Florida has signed a pledge to defend Second Amendment rights.  That is huge news, but you probably have not heard about it.

A well armed and peaceful crowd of 160 showed up at the City Council meeting in Oak Harbor Washington to speak their minds in defense of gun rights.  The City Council promptly overturned their ban on arms in parks and the marina.

In California, that bastion of Democrat control, some counties are also rebelling. 

El Dorado county is adjacent to Nevada and Reno.  When gun shows were curtailed by anti-gun forces in California, people in the San Francisco Bay area resorted to attending and purchasing at gun shows in Reno.  They would then drive the guns back into California, entering through El Dorado county.

Thus it may make it difficult for the California State government to block the entry of guns at the border if the border county has decided to defend the S3econd Amendment.  El Dorado County’s Board of Supervisors has done just that:  It passed a resolution in defense of the Second Amendment.

Here is the resolution from the El Dorado Board of Supervisors:

WHEREAS, the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, as part of United States Bill of Rights, ratified on December 15, 1791, protects the right of the people to keep and bear Arms; and,
WHEREAS, two landmark decisions issued by the United States Supreme Court established that the Second Amendment protects an individual’s right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that Arm for traditionally lawful purposes, such as, but not limited to, self-defense within the home, and that the right could not be infringed by the federal government (District of Columbia v. Heller); and that under the Fourteenth Amendment the right to keep and bear Arms was incorporated and would also prohibit state and local governments from infringement of the
right (McDonald v. City of Chicago); and,
WHEREAS, sadly, recent high profile events within our country have sparked discussions of gun-control at the local, state and federal levels and include numerous gun-control proposals that assert to address gun violence while, in fact, many of these proposals would directly infringe upon the Second Amendment rights; and,
WHEREAS, the County ofEI Dorado’s economy and rural quality are supported by ranching, farming and natural resources, and that the right to keep and bear Arms is fundamental to our right to protect our families, our property, our livestock, and our livelihood, and that the residents of this County respect the rights afforded by the Second Amendment through the recognition and support of responsible firearm ownership, training and awareness; and,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Supervisors of the County of El Dorado supports all discussions seeking new ideas to protect our citizens from violence but cannot abide by any provision infringing upon the Second Amendment.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Supervisors of the County of El Dorado at a regular meeting of said Board, held the 29th day of January, 2013, by the following vote of said Board:
Ayes:veerkamp, Mikalaco, Nutting, Briggs

Fully executed Resolution 006-2013-2.pdf

There is another California border county that has taken a stand for the Second Amendment as well.  The main route from Oregon enters California through Siskiyou County.  Here is the similar resolution from the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors:

Res 13-19 support 2nd amend.pdf

Have you heard about any of this?  Even the local papers in Siskyou and El Dorado counties refused to carry the story when their own Boards of Supervisors passed these resolutions.  The media is spiking the story.  Perhaps they hope they can stop the groundswell of support for the Second Amendment by censorship.

Today there are 123 official listed rallies being held for the Second Amendment all over America, and probably numerous additional unofficial ones.

Perhaps your Board of Supervisors would also consider such a resolution.  Please bring it to their attention. 

Perhaps your friends have not heard about the widespread revolt to preserve our Second Amendment rights.  Remember, all our rights are threatened without the preservation of the Second Amendment.  Without you this revolution may be buried by the media.  Pass the word now so we never have to pass the ammunition later.